"Stories of inner city. Stories of people of color that aren’t always tragic. Stories of Boston. There’s a chunk of people like me who just aren’t being represented enough."
"God of Carnage" at the Huntington, RED at Speakeasy, Superior Donuts at Lyric Stage Company
Headed by innovators in new play development research and practice from Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.
Kathleen Turner plays a tough-talking nun, asked by a shady preist to save a drug-addicted street hustler
Even the most realistic, sensible, not-prone-to-break-into-song-and-dance theatergoer can find a musical to enjoy this month—none of which would have been performed in your high school.
Like an old man in a bar, coaxed by the patrons to tell his survival story one more time for the newcomers
I was shocked, moved, tickled and puzzled by this production. I was never bored.
Graying Cantabrigians on love, friendship, success, racial identify and Chinese food
Yoruban demigods reincarnated in a Louisiana ghetto
Actors tell the stories of their parents' divorces, in their parents' own words--as their parents