Amanda J Collins and Robert Najarian; photo by Corinne Elicone.
Presented by Mount Auburn Cemetery By Patrick Gabridge, Mount Auburn Cemetary Artist-in-Residence Directed by Courtney O’Connor Music in All the Broken Pieces written, performed and recorded by Arshan Gailus
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The America Plays is a pleasant introduction to a select few of the curious residents interred at Mount Auburn Cemetery through theatre. These short plays in place preserve the lives of eight artists, politicians, and scientists while asking their audience to hike the cemetery grounds. It’s a charming way to meet some New England spirits and watch the grounds transition to their fall colors. Continue reading →
Two actors on stage Only one has seen the script The other one is new every night And there is no rehearsal What happens?
Thursday, June 13 @ 8pm: The incomparable Georgia Lyman Friday, June 14 @ 8pm: The indefatigable Alex Simoes Saturday, June 15 @ 4pm: The indefinable Noah Simes Saturday, June 15 @ 8pm: The indubitable Kim Klasner
Thu, 6/20 @ 8pm: The Remarkable Cheryl Singleton Fri, 6/21 @ 8pm: The Redoubtable Margarita Martinez Sat, 6/22 @ 4pm: The Rexalicious John J King Sat, 6/22 @ 8pm: The Revolutionary Margaret Ann Brady
Theatre on Fire presents An Oak Tree June 13 – 22, 2019 Charlestown Working Theatre 442 Bunker Hill Street Charlestown, MA 02129 TOF on Facebook
New Repertory Theatre’s production of Passing Strange examines a classical theme in a post-modern construct–the quest for the meaning of life. Like Candide and Pippin, the youth in Passing Strange leaves his familiar surroundings to find “the real” or the meaningful existence but finds only more illusion and more questions. New Rep’s masterful presentation carries the audience along the journey, earnestly hoping the youth will find what he is looking for.
If New Repertory Theatre uses even half of the talent from Passing Strange for their fall production of Rent, they will have another hit on their hands. The vibrant cast of Passing Strange electrifies the concert-style stage with their performances. Continue reading →