Friday, September 11, 2009

Boston Theatre - Friday Roundup!


The Karamozov's are in Lowell for the opening of their show Flings and Eros at Merrimack Rep.

The Huntington Theatre Company raises the curtain on August Wilson's Fences, part of his African American cycle of plays.

At the Boston Center for the Arts The Superheroine Monologues opens in a larger theater with some added characters and fun. (Your humble blogger, seen at right, plays about a dozen different characters.)

The musical version of Studs Terkel's The Good War opens at the Stoneham Theatre. The Boston Globe has a pre-show piece here.

A one-woman show, Truth Values, about being female and navigating MIT and the world of math is at the Central Square Theatre.

The crew of Mister Roberts sets sail at the New Repertory Theatre as Kate Warner launches her debut season in Watertown.

The Gingerbread Lady bows at the Factory Theater on Tremont Street in Boston, MA.

Also at the Central Square Theater: Cravings: Songs of Hunger and Satisfaction.
Last Chance

Israel Horovitz's play Sins of the Mother closes on Sunday at Gloucester Stage Company.


American Repertory Theatre's The Donkey Show rolls on at Zero Arrow.

Kiss Me Kate keeps swinging at the Lyric Stage on Clarendon Street.

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