Friday, February 27, 2009

Boston Theatre - Friday Roundup

Last Chance

The Rainmaker closes up shop on Sunday at the Worcester Foothills.

Wheelock Family Theatre runs Suessical through this weekend only.

Charlestown Working Theatre closes their adaptation of The Odyssey on Saturday Night.

Opening

Tir Na Theatre Company brings Swansong/Bottom of the Lake two new Irish one-act plays to the Boston Center for the Arts.

Bunnies, aliens and Elvis impersonators populate the very fringey sounding production by Unreliable Narrator. Their new offering, Paranormal, opens at the Factory Theater this weekend. (Photo above right.)


Ongoing
Georgie and Linda are still trying to get up a stake at Machine, The Gold Dust Orphans continue their spoof Of Mice and Mink.

Cat On Hot Tin Roof keeps up at the Lyric Stage.

Speakeasy Stage unfurls secrets and lies in their production of David Harrower's Blackbird.

dark play or stories for boys, continues at the Apollinaire Theatre in Chelsea.

Exits and Entrances brings Athol Fugard to the stage of the New Rep, with local acting legend Will Lyman.

Centastage keeps running The Last Carusoe, a new play.

Come see the end of the world! Samuel Beckett's masterpiece, Endgame keeps playing out on Brattle Street.

The psychological thriller Tranced twists and turns on the stage of the Merrimack Repertory Theatre.

You can still see A Raisin in the Sun at Trinity Rep for another week.



Cabaret runs for another weekend at the Concord Players.

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