Wellesley, MA — The set for boom is a tank reminiscent of a gallery or museum exhibit, with assorted instruments set to the left. As it starts, Stephanie Clayman’s (“Barbara”) crosses the stage in a jumpsuit and overcoat. Shortly thereafter, Nicholas Yenson ( “Jules”) and Chloe Nosan (“Jo”) robotically take to the stage, arranged as an underground bunker. Continue reading →
(Pawtucket, RI) Every creation story has a few holes in it, be it the Big Bang or the Garden of Eden. (I will now pause for defenders of said creation stories to get snippy.) But few creation stories have holes as absurdly funny as in the play Boom, which is now playing at the Gamm Theatre in Rhode Island.
Boom may best be described as what happens after you have to back up your statement of “Not if you were the last person on Earth.” Continue reading →