Friday, July 24, 2009

Theatre Weekend In Boston

Company One's take on Haruki Murakami's After The Quake is at the Boston Center of the Arts.

Go down to the Charles River and take in the Orfeo Group's Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged). Bring your own meat to cook on the grill they offer for use, or you'll you be wishing you did as smell the barbecued goodness throughout the performance.

The critics haven't been hush about New Exhibit Room's Shhhh! at the Boston Playwrights Theatre. It is sold out and closes this weekend, but they tweeted about the addition of a late show tonight, Friday!

Cross the Tobin Bridge for Apollinaire Theatre Company's bilingual production of The Wedding on the Eiffel Tower and Other Absurdities of Love!

Mame is on at the Reagle Players in Waltham.

Take a drive out to Salem for The Underpants which is being produced by Salem Theatre Company. (North Shore Music Theater Subscribers can go for free.)

The encore run of the magical circus show Aurelia's Oratio is at the American Repertory Theater.

Love to hear the language of drama? Like to get a jump on what you'll be seeing on stages in the next couple of years? Check out the Huntington Theatre Company's Breaking Ground Festival where you'll here readings of new plays.

Gloucester Stage Company opens David Hare's play The Breath of Life this weekend.

Martin McDonagh's A Skull in Connemara is in the Black Box at the Boston Center for the Arts.

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