Friday, June 25, 2010

Summer (Theatre) in the City - and surroundings

You don't have to trek that far for summer theater this weekend.

Mill 6 Collaborative's T Plays are still at the Factory Theater this weekend. Our local NPR station had a segment about it this past week.

If that doesn't quench your thirst for new plays, you may want to head over to Boston Playwrights Theater for the Boston Actors Theater's Summer Play Festival 2010. Only one weekend.

Over at the American Repertory Theater Johnny Baseball goes into extra innings.

And for a Richard Dresser double header - (He wrote the book for Johnny Baseball) - you can take a drive up to Salem for STC's production of Rounding Third.

At New Rep in Watertown, Sophie Tucker: The Last of the Red Hot Mamas opens this weekend.

Table Manners is the subject at Gloucester Stage. The fine production gives Thomas Garvey reason to think about Alan Ayckbourn's particular legacy over at the Hub Review.

This weekend, the Regal Players wrap up Into the Woods with Rachel York.

Also your last weekend to catch The Lady With All The Answers at the Central Square Theater.

And for an interesting event, New Exhibition Room is sponsoring a walking tour of Boston that explores more than 200 years of theater in Boston. Go here to get tickets for the tour, called Theatre in Everything But Name

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