Friday, July 09, 2010

Boston Theatre - Friday Roundup - In-City Edition

I don't have time to round-up all that is happening in the Berkshires, Cape & Islands and even Vermont.

However, there is still good theater going on in the city and surrounding areas this weekend - and there is even more coming up in the next few weeks.


Gurnet Theatre Project returns to Boston with James McManus's Cherry Smoke (Left: Jackie McCoy and Chris Graham) at the Boston Playwrights Theater.

Up in Beverly, North Shore Music Theater opens Gypsy with Vicki Lewis in the starring role.

Always, Patsy Cline opens at the Stoneham Theatre.

Last Chance (Double Header?)

Richard Dresser's Rounding Third plays its last weekend at Salem Theater Company's new space up in the Witch City.

And another show about our national game, Johnny Baseball, will end its run this Sunday at the American Repertory Theater.

Also, at the Arsenal Center for the Arts, Sophie Tucker: The Last of the Red Hot Mamas sings through the weekend.


Over at Zero Arrow Street, The Donkey Show keeps bumping and grinding through the heat wave

1 comment:

A Reader said...

There's a new company starting out in Winchester called NextDoor Theatre, they have just started an acting company and have their own very nice theater space. Last night they opened "Little Shop of Horrors."

Up next for them opening on July 29 is Nunsense starring Aimee Doherty, Shana Dirik, Meredith Stypinski and company members Caylin Campbell and Sarajane Mullins, directed by yours truly.

For full production schedule and more information, check out:

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Nancy Curran Willis