Presented by Huntington Theatre Co.
Written by A. Rey Pamatmat
Directed by Peter DuBois
Review by Kitty Drexel
(Boston, MA) Huntington Theatre’s production of After All The Terrible Things I Do has a start so rough that it was surprising that it ended so well. Our first impression is of the glorious stage by Clint Ramos. The bookstore set where are heros interact evokes the recognizable bittersweet nostalgia of favored reading holes. There are nooks and crannies, patches of light and dark. It’s nearly perfect. All it needs is a fat tabby napping on a pillow of paperbacks. Continue reading