Friday, May 04, 2007

Friday Boston Roundup

Mike Daisey starts his new monologue Monopoly, leaving Invincible Summer behind, for now.

The Wild Party started last weekend with an unexpected guest --- laryngitis. The understudy had to step in for opening night of the New Rep production, but thankfully the lead seems OK and back on the boards. (Read about it on the New Rep blog.)

Larry Stark's theatermirror announces The Mad Hatter's Rip Roaring Roast of several Boston Theatre Personalities!

The Clean House by Sarah Ruhl opens at Trinity Rep and Louise Kennedy's review calls it a "masterpiece."

Ryan Landry has another of his wicked spoofs up on the stage, this time, noir takes the hit with The Milkman Always Comes Twice.

Small Theatre Closings

Zeitgeist's production of Paul Rudnick's Valhalla has its last weekend coming up.

Melissa James Gibson's (sic) at the Devanaughn Theatre closes this weekend. They just received another rave from the Globe's Terry Byrne. (Full Disclosure: My wife is in the cast, and, yes, I am very proud of her.)

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