Friday, July 16, 2010

Boston Theater - Friday Roundup


Opening:

Company One opens their evening of short plays based on twisted fairy tales. Grimm opens tonight at the Roberts Theater in The Boston Center for the Arts. Some of Boston's best playwrights have contributed. (Raymond Ramirez and Becca Lewis in Photo.)

The Gascon's invade Chelsea as Apollinaire presents their annual summer bilingual production. This year it is Cyrano De Bergerac playing in O'Malley Park across the Mystic River.

Bring something to throw on the grill for another outdoor offering. Gabriel Kuttner produced and stars in Fully Committed at the Christian Herter Park in Brighton. The show is directed by Steve Barkhimer and opens tonight.

Harold Hill has come to Waltham with his 76 Trombones for the Reagle Players' production of The Music Man.

The Vagabond Theater group is in the Black Box Theater at the Boston Center for the Arts for One Weekend Only with the premiere of a play called Burning The Barn.

Ongoing

The fighter keeps punching away at the Boston Playwrights Theatre. Gurnet Theater Project presents Cherry Smoke.

Gypsy continues up at the North Shore Music Theater.

Out in Stoneham you can still catch Always, Patsy Kline.

Zero Arrow keeps the night life going at The Donkey Show.

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