Thursday, July 28, 2011

Boston Theatre - Friday Roundup


The paranoid, claustrophobic play Bug by Tracy Letts will be infesting The Factory Theatre, courtesy of Flat Earth Theatre.

Shakespeare's All's Well That Ends Well opens on the Boston Common this weekend. Commonwealth Shakespeare Company's production is free to the public, but get there early for a good seat.

The Bard will also be opening at the Roxbury Latin Summer Festival Theater. Shakespeare's Twelfth Night will be paired with Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, which will be directed by New Rep's Bridget O'Leary. More information is in this Wicked Local article.

Carl Danielson's Unreliable Narrator production company brings the musical comedy Our Hideous Future to the Arrow Theater in Cambridge.

Last Chance

Over at New Repertory Theatre The World Goes 'Round, but only until Sunday!

Outside the Wire, a new play about the difficulty soldiers have reintegrating into society after tours overseas plays through tomorrow. (Video above.)


Those two local boys who've made very good in Hollywood get the satirical treatment in Matt and Ben at the Central Square Theater.

1001, Jason Grote's fast and furious re-telling of the Arabian Nights, keeps on spinning its web at the BCA

Gloucester Stage continues its production of Last Day.

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