Friday, July 20, 2007

Boston Theatre Friday Roundup

Company One's Mr. Marmalade with John Kuntz has opened and is getting reviews, here, here, here, and here. The notices are extremely positive. I saw the show opening night and it was hoot. (Full Disclosure: My wife in the cast.)

Commonwealth Shakespeare Company will open Midsummer Night's Dream on the Boston Common next week. There will be Open Dress rehearsals on Saturday and Sunday this weekend. Remember, this year the show will only run one week! And if you are going, or even if you can't make it, give CSC a donation, information is here!

Boston Theatre Works is running their BTW Unbound festival of New Play Readings this weekend. On Sunday you can see all of the plays in row! (I did this last year.)

Abie Philbin Bowman, an Irish comedian opens his fantastically titled show, Jesus, the Guantanomo Years, at Jimmy Tingle's tonight. The tagline: If Jesus Christ returned to earth today, He would be stopped by U.S. Immigration because "He's a bearded, Middle-Eastern guy, prepared to die as a martyr."

Closing Weekend for Queer Soup's Lost and Found Festival

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