Friday, February 20, 2009

Boston Theatre - Friday Roundup

Last Chance:

Zeitgeist Stage has Bad Jazz riffing through the BCA through this weekend.

Openings:

At the Boston Center for the Arts, Speakeasy Stage presents the Boston Premiere of Blackbird.

Enter the the online world of dark play or stories for boys at the Apollinaire Theater at the Chelsea Theaterworks.

In their latest creation, The Gold Dust Orphans take on John Steinbeck in Of Mice and Mink.

Athol Fugard's Exits and Entrances opens at the New Repertory Theatre in Watertown.

Centastage moves into the BCA as The Last Caruso, a new play, opens under the direction of Joe Antoun.

Ongoing:

The long hot day continues at the Pollit Plantation as the Lyric Stage continues their run of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.

Clov and Hamm are up to their tricks in Samuel Beckett's Endgame at the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge.

Wheelock Family Theatre brings the good Doctor's creations to life in their production of Suessical!

Lorraine Hansberry's classic A Raisin in the Sun continues at Trinity Rep in Providence.

Another hot summer lingers out at the Worcester Foothills with The Rainmaker.

Merrimack Rep keeps up the suspense with the psychological thriller Tranced.

If you missed it at New Rep, you can still see Cabaret out at the Concord Players, this one is directed by Nancy Curran Willis, (co-director of last season's Angels in America.)

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