Friday, October 01, 2010
Boston Theatre - Friday Roundup -
As Thomas Garvey points out on The Hub Review - this is a very busy theatre season, and some good theatre is going fast and furious, (I missed Young Jean Lee's The Shipment and will miss Fraulein Maria as well.)
You can revisit Wyoming with the team who created the original Laramie Project in The Laramie Project Residency - only until Saturday.
David Mamet's Boston Marriage ends this weekend at the New Repertory Theater in Watertown.
How fast can you spell "closing"? Lyric Stage presents final performances of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee through Sunday.
The all too short run of Fraulein Maria, (I won't get my chance to see it,) presented by ArtsEmerson, yodels out as well.
Keeping in tune through this first weekend of October is the goal of Stoneham Theater's Perfect Harmony.
The final whistle is getting ready to be blown for The Complete World of Sports (abridged)at the Merrimack Rep.
The Dirty Rotten Scoundrels keep scheming up at the North Shore Music Theatre.
The exploits of "The Smartest Guys in the Room" are played out theatrically in the play Enron at Boston Center for the Arts, presented by Zeitgeist Stage.
Speakeasy Stage's production of Sarah Ruhl's In The Next Room, or the vibrator play keeps humming along in the Roberts Theater.
Amanda Palmer will continue mastering the ceremonies in Cabaret at the American Repertory Theatre's Zero Arrow Space.
The assorted travelers of Inge's Bus Stop can still be found waiting at the Huntington Theatre Company's Boston University Theatre.
You can fall down the rabbit hole with the A.R.T. production of Alice vs. Wonderland.
Actors Shakespeare project takes on both parts of Shakespeare's Henry IV at the Midway Studios in Fort Point.
Michael Towers' play Five Down, One Across opens the new season at Boston Playwrights Theatre.
It is October, after all, and the folks at 11:11 Theatre Company present Poe; a fever dream at The Factory Theater.
Another Country presents another SlamBoston on October 4,5 and 6th only.