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Theatre Must-See: January 2016

New Rep Theatre: Via Dolorosa (David Hare)

David Hare’s 1997 monologue about his visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories is humorous, urgent, and moving. I highly recommend you go see it over at the Arsenal Center for the Arts. 203 more words

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Dead Blogging 'Choice' at Calderwood Pavilion

Well the Missus and I trundled down to the South End Saturday to catch the Huntington Theatre Company production of Choice (through November 15) and say, it was . 98 more words

BU puts 890 seat theatre on sale, ends relationship with Huntington Theatre

BU Theatre – interior.

BU Theatre – exterior. Photo by Paul Marotta.

The news arrived in a well thought out but sad news release. BU will close and sell the Huntington Avenue theatre and two adjacent buildings and move College of Fine Arts production, design, and black box facilities from that location to the University’s Charles River Campus.They will require any buyer to guarantee the Huntington’s use of the facility through June 30, 2017. 622 more words

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Theatre Must-See: October 2015

Company One: Dry Land (Ruby Rae Spiegel)

Steven Bogart directs the Boston premier of Spiegel’s play. From C1:

A story about abortion, bad jokes, bathing suits, and friendship, DRY LAND, a New York Times critics’ pick, is a brave portrayal of the contemporary American teenager that epitomizes What’s Next in American theatre. 292 more words

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Theatre Must-See: September 2015

September is here, and as I’m cranking down my AC, I’m cranking up my theatre-viewing. Here are the shows I will be attending and reviewing this month: 644 more words

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Dead Blogging 'A Little Wet Music' at Huntington Theatre

Well the Missus and I trundled downtown last night to catch A Little Night Music at the Huntington Theatre Company and say, it was . . 113 more words

Amazing Theatre Cities That Aren't New York

Chris Peterson / Editor in Chief

Obviously for most theatre goers, the prime destination is Broadway. However, there are a number of strong theatre markets elsewhere. 529 more words

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