Friday, June 26, 2009

Boston Theatre Last Chances...Summer's Coming Edition


Yes, the sun is out a bit, and summer seems like it is finally here. Now, you don't think that the theater season is over do you?

But here is some of what you can catch before it disappears.

Last Chance:

Imaginary Beasts put on the difficult works of Frederico Garcia Lorca with their usual innovative stagings and costumes. Thom Garvey's review is here and Larry Stark has a quick review on the Theatermirror. I haven't seen this latest, but I am a big fan of the Beasties.

Mametfest continues at the A.R.T. with two of the playwright's early works. Sexual Perversity in Chicago and Duck Variations closes this weekend.

Dear Miss Garland takes a final bow at the Stoneham Theater.

Hair, (not the Diane Paulus one,) is at the Winthrop Playhouse through the weekend.

The musical version of The Color Purple has to move on from the CitiCenter next week.

Out in Waltham, the Reagle Players finish up a run of Hello Dolly! Rachel York leads the cast.

Wellesley Summer Theatre closes the curtain on the young lovers of Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest.

There are many things going on out of town and in the Berkshires, but I'll catch up with those soon.

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