Friday, February 05, 2010

Boston Theatre - Friday Roundup



Last Chance:

Gatz is bourne ceaselessy back into the past, but not until Sunday.

The Huntington's All My Sons will close its critically well-received run.

There is still a weekend to catch up with Company One's The Good Negro.

Although you can't get tickets, Sleep No More, Punchdrunk's installation theatre piece closes this weekend.

Over at the New Rep, Indulgences are still being peddled through this weekend only.

I don't think I have read or heard a single negative review of 4:48 Psychosis at the Gamm Theater in Rhode Island. It closes Sunday.

Opening

Whistler in the Dark opens their production of Naomi Wallace's One Flea Spare at Factory Theater.

Ongoing:

Adrienne Kennedy's little produced Funnyhouse of a Negro is still on at the Brandeis Theatre Company.

The circus is in town at the Cambridge YMCA as Fort Point Theatre Channel presents Carny Knowledge.

Speakeasy Stage Company's [title of show] continues to kill vampires at the Boston Center for the Arts

Music plays on at Trinity Rep's prodution of William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night.

Honk! waddles on at the Wheelock Family Theatre.

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