Friday, September 23, 2011

Boston Theatre - Friday Roundup

(Dan Roach in Next Fall at Speakeasy Stage Photo by Craig Bailey/Perspective Photo)

Last Chance

Exquisite Corps' production of Trout Stanley makes its way upstream and then closes this weekend.

The audience centered performance piece How Much is Enough; Our Values in Question ends its questioning Sunday at Arts Emerson.

The journey must end for The Journeying Ways, which is a co production of Charlestown Working Theater and Whistler in the Dark. They are presenting The Bacchae and The Odyssey in repertory, but only through Sunday.

The Boston Experimental Theatre Company closes the curtain on its rare production of Albert Camus' The Misunderstanding at the Boston Center for the Arts.


Next Fall , Speakeasy Stage Company's season opener, continues at the Boston Center for the Arts.

Huck and Tom keep floating down that Big River at the Lyric Stage Company.

The crazy kids at New Rep still won't pay the Rent and they've extended their stay.

The Hartford stage production of Arthur Miller's The Crucible keeps the accusations flying.

Annie Baker's Circle Mirror Transformation, a play about an acting class in Shirley, Vermont continues at the Gamm Theater in Providence.

The Huntington Theater Company looks like it is on its way to a hit with Candide!

Catfish Row keeps in tune at the American Repertory Theater's production of The Gershwin's Porgy and Bess.

The captives are still being held in Merrimack Repertory's Production of The Persian Quarter, a play about the Iran hostage crisis.

Trinity Rep's production of His Girl Friday keeps the wisecracks flying.

Sherlock Holmes keeps on the case in Central Square Theater's production of The Hound of the Baskervilles.

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