Friday, July 13, 2007

Boston Theatre Roundup - Friday

The Publick's Misalliance by George Bernard Shaw is up and running. The Globe take is here.

Another outdoor take is Chelsea's Theatre Zone which is presenting The Visit by Friedrich Durrenmatt in Mary O'Malley park on the waterfront. (They have Spanish language performances during the run as well.)

The New Rep is singing Sondheim for the summer. At EdgeBoston there is an article about one of the players, Jonathan Colby a DJ for WERS. The reviews for the show here, here,

The Herald has no Boston theatre news, but does have this AP article, of which the title should tell you all: "Virgins offered free tickets to New York off-Broadway play."

Company One Opens Mr. Marmalade this weekend. (My wife is in the cast.) And they have a bunch of pre-show hype. No less than three interviews with local actor John Kuntz. (The Phoenix, Edge Boston, Bay Windows)

For those of you who can't get enough of Will LeBow's marvelous singing talents, (His lounge-lizardy style rendition of Shakespeare's "Come Away Death" in Twelfth Night on the Common a few years ago still stays with me,) he opens this weekend with other Boston notables at the ART's Noel Coward cabaret.

Anybody who is hungering for some new work might want to check out Queer Soup who continues their run of Lost and Found series at the Boston Playwright's Theater.

If you want to head out of town, Shakespeare and Company is playing Blue/Orange and Tom Stoppards' Rough Crossing. Along with Midsummer Night's Dream.

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