Friday, June 29, 2007

Friday Boston Roundup

Terry Byrne has a pre-season chat with Dieago Arcineagas about the upcoming Publick Theatre Season. She mentions how Diego has a emerged as a "power player" on the Boston Theatre Scene. Having been fortunate enough over the last year to catch Diego as an Actor, (in Design for Living and Thom Pain) and also as Director (White People) I can't disagree with her.

There will be a memorial for Will Stackman tonight at the Puppet Showplace Theatre in Brookline. There are details at Larry Stark's Theatermirror.

Carolyn Clay has a buffet of bits about the Berkshire boards.

Speaking of the Berkshires if you are out that way for the Fourth of July, stop in to Shakespeare and Company and hear their Annual Reading of The Declaration of Independence. The reading is part of their Bankside Festival.

Edge Boston and In Newsweekly have some pre-show buzz about Queer Soup's upcoming Lost and Found Anniversary Series.

*As a folllow-up to my post a few days ago about Indian Ink...Bay Windows' Brian Jewell's review seems to back up Siegel's pronouncement.

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