Thursday, June 11, 2009

Boston Theatre News

Thom Garvey takes files a late review at Mamet's Romance at the ART, and, yes, he goes there.

Stud Terkel's Working, being performed at the Cambridge YMCA by Metro Stage Company is reviewed by Larry Stark and Beverly Creasy at the Theatermirror.

Lillian Hellman sued the City of Boston for banning her New York hit The Children's Hour and lost. Kay Bourne reviews the African American Theater Festival's production of the play at the BCA.

Judy Garland is on the Stoneham Theatre stage. Well, actually, it's an impersonator. Louise Kennedy and Jenna Scherer file their notices in the Globe and the Herald.

Jenna Scherer also has an interview with LaToya London of American Idol fame. London is in the touring production of The Color Purple.

Horton Foote's Dividing the Estate is playing at Hartford Stage and Carolyn Clay took the drive to review it for the Phoenix.

Meanwhile, the Providence Phoenix's Bill Rodriguez takes in Children of the Dnipro at the Perishable Theatre.

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