Today in Boston Theatre News...
Carolyn Clay reviews Underground Railway's Life of Galileo, Zeitgeist's Spring Awakening and New Rep's Picasso at the Lapin Agile.
Thom Garvey notes that even in this economy, the arts seem to be finishing strong this season.
The Globe can't print the full title of the Gold Dust Orphan's new show, Willy Wanker and the Hershey Highway, but Louise Kennedy reviews it.
Kay Bourn profiles local actor and medical doctor, Brian Richard Robinson, who can be seen in Speakeasy's Jerry Springer, The Opera.
Trinity Rep's Shapeshifter is reviewed in the Providence Journal and previewed in the Providence Phoenix.
The Providence Phoenix also reviews Perishable Theatre's The Thing That Ate My Brain...Almost.
Todd Williams, at the Huntington's blog, points out some major construction going on outside the Boston University Theater. He also has some set construction news for Pirates.