(Boston) Well, this season theatre has really shown Boston that girls can kick some serious butt. From the A.R.T.’s Robin Hood, to Imaginary Beast’s winter Panto Rumplestiltskin, we’ve seen our share of swashbuckling dames on the Boston stage this winter. The Haberdasher! doesn’t buck the trend and delivers ungenderbiased asskickery in the form of rapier-crossing adventure and witty banter.
Simply and sweetly: this is a fun show with high entertainment value that would be particularly attractive to the young or young-at-heart. Continue reading →
(Auburndale, MA) My parents were forced to sit through some terrible school concerts, including an animal-themed choral concert which featured lyrics wondering why there were so many anteaters, but no uncle-eaters. They fixed their smiles and did their duty.
If you’re a parent of one of the many children in the youth ensemble in big: the Musical, this will seem like a treat in comparison. You have a reason to feel pride, as your child has discharged his or her role admirably, dancing and singing his or her heart out. The night will pass quickly for you. Continue reading →