Thursday, July 03, 2008

Boston Theatre - Weekend Roundup

4th of July Edition!

Just because it is a Holiday, doesn't mean you can't catch a show!

Orfeo Group's Look Back in Anger continues through this weekend at The Factory Theatre in Boston.

The Publick Theatre opens its summer repertory with The Seagull, Anton Chekhov's brilliant masterpiece about art, artists, longing and love. The outdoor stage at the Publick is the perfect set for the first act of the play, which takes place on a rustic outdoor theatre by a lake.

You can get down to a Cole Porter review at the Zero Arrow space as the ART revives When It's Hot, Its COLE!

If you're up by the seaside in Gloucester, you can check out The Enigma Variations.

If you are a fan of politics or the old TV show, The White Shadow, you can see Ken Howard portraying Tip O'Neill in the New Rep production of According to Tip!

Makeshift Theatre Company closes their production of one acts, Laundry and Bourbon and Lone Star, at the YMCA in Cambridge.

And, of course, you can check out the Western, MA and the Cape and Islands' offerings as well.

Happy Fourth!

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