Friday, October 26, 2007

Boston Theatre - Friday Roundup

Christopher Shinn's Dying City at the Lyric Stage is reviewed in the Globe and the Phoenix, and Bay Windows


The all-women Macbeth by Actor's Shakespeare is playing at BU Studio 210 and the Dig, Globe, Carl Rossi in the Mirror, and Edge Boston have pretty favorable reviews.

Brendan at the Wimberly Theatre officially opened this week, the Globe, Phoenix, the Herald, a short review on Theatermirror.

The Globe, Herald, and the Theatermirror all have their takes on Ben Elton's Gasping in Charlestown.

Company One opens Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye this weekend at the BCA Plaza Theater.

Theatre Offensive's Out on the Edge Festival is up and running with the Five Lesbian Brothers take on Sophocles, Oedipus at Palm Springs is highlight.

New Rep starts previews of A House With No Walls tonight. The Thomas Gibbons play is part of the National New Play Network.

1 comment:

Todd Williams said...

Hi Art -

slight clarification to your post:

MACBETH is over at 855 Comm Ave in Studio 102. Presented by Actors' Shakespeare Project.
http://www.bu.edu/phpbin/calendar/event.php?id=28898&cid=17&oid=2

Studio 210 (264 Huntington Ave)hosts the FRINGE FESTIVAL with Tartuffe, The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, and Hostage playing in rep - Presented by BU's College of Fine Arts.
http://www.bostontheatrescene.com/season/production.aspx?id=4868&src=t


Best,

Todd