Friday, April 25, 2008

Boston Theatre - Friday Roundup

Last Chances:

Whistler in the Dark's A Hard Heart closes this weekend at the Arsenal Center of the Arts. Bill Marx and Thomas Garvey reviewed the production.

An Ocean of Air, Rough and Tumble's return to the boards plays through this weekend at the Factory Theatre in the South End.

Edward Albee's Three Tall Women got very good notices and your last to chance to see it is this weekend at the Lyric Stage.


Opening:

The New Rep opens their production of Dessa Rose at the Arsenal Center for the Arts.

Whizzin, Ryan Landry's newest creation, which takes off on the Wizard of OZ!


Ongoing:

The wacky family inhabiting the House of Yes will be at the Appollinaire through next weekend.

The Cry of the Reed, Sinan Unuel's blending of middle eastern mysticism and war on terror suspense thriller continues at the Wimberley Theatre.

Take a trip to Zurich with such fascinating characters as James Joyce and Lenin in the Publick Theatres's production of Tom Stoppard's Travesties at the Boston Center for the Arts.

Zeitgeist Stage is celebrating this long election season with the political comedy Spin.

Itamar Moses's play The Four of Us just gathered quite a bit of attention in an off-broadway run in New York City, and we can see it at Merrimack Repertory Theatre through the next few weeks!

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