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Announcing Boomerang's 2015 Season

We are proud to announce our 2015 lineup!

The return of the acclaimed comedy…
LICKSPITTLES, BUTTONHOLERS, AND DAMNED PERNICIOUS GO-BETWEENS
by Johnna Adams
Directed by John Hurley… 80 more words

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Seeing It Through

Seeing It Through 15 November

Some images from the show, ‘Seeing It Through’ which was performed at Hertford Theatre Studio on 15 November 2014. Our small cast of five – Toni Brooks, Catherine Forrester (seen in the photo playing young Ware soldier Claud Sweeney in the trenches), Rob Madeley and Steve Scales, plus Director Richard Syms who also took the narrator role of the Editor of the Mercury, gave fantastic performances which were very well received by the audiences. 60 more words

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Making good on an intention, just like my mother taught me

Last weekend I visited Meadow Brook Theatre on the campus of Oakland University for the first time. Their website proudly states, “as Michigan’s largest producing professional theatre, we are committed to bringing the highest quality of entertainment to southeastern Michigan.” The company enjoys a very strong reputation in the local theatre community among patrons and artists, and so I was pleased to finally make it over there for a show. 315 more words

Theatre

365 Women a Year Live Stream

In celebration of World Play Day, 365 Women a Year will be live-streaming their plays on Friday, March 27th, 2015! From New York City, to Barcelona, Spain, to Bennington, Vermont, its sure to be an amazing day full of epic theatre and fantastic females! 25 more words

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a perfectly fine life - playwrought #3, arcola theatre

This is the third year that the lovely Arcola Theatre in Dalston has run their ‘PlayWROUGHT’ series.

These are rehearsed readings with talented actors and directors featuring the work of established and new playwrights. 513 more words

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Oh, THAT Play

So I’m in heavy season planning right now, and reading many many many plays a day.

Yesterday I cracked open four plays in a row that were all two-person plays with people in some kind of romance, all MALE PERSON, 30s; FEMALE PERSON, 20s and set in New York. 357 more words

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