Friday, May 11, 2007

Friday Boston Roundup

Will Stackman asks "What Fringe?" on Larry's Site.

The Dragonfly Festival and the Boston Theatre Marathon, each in which David Schrag's play Not on My Watch, (directed by me,) will appear, get a write-up in the Globe's Stages column.

The news of New Rep's cancellation of The Price to Pay is commented on by two bloggers. Garret Eisler says Two Cheers, while Mark Armstrong says, Not So Fast.

Speakeasy Stage Company opens the musical Parade this weekend, and Iris Fanger in the Phoenix has the preshow push.

Pinter's No Man's Land at the ART keeps getting mileage out of the Father Son teaming of actor Lewis Wheeler and his father David. (If you want to tone up your theory muscles before attending this Pinter, you should read George Hunka, who is posting lots of his article-length ruminations.)

Terry Byrne reviews Theatre on Fire's Two Rooms.

Arms and the Man at the Lyric is getting fairly good press from all quarters.

Wonder how they build those grand sweeping curves on those art-deco sets? Todd Williams gives you a peek backstage at the Huntington.

2 comments:

The Playgoer said...

Just to be fair, I said "two cheers" not three. Though Mark may STILL say "not so fast"...

YS said...

I stand corrected!

Sorry.