Choir Boy, in its first post-Broadway production and New England premier, brings the hallowed halls of the fictional Charles R. Drew Prep School, an elite academy dedicated to instilling excellence in young black men, to Speakeasy Stage Company in Boston.
Central Square Theater’s adaptation of Arthur Miller’s ‘The Crucible’ adds a new flair to the familiar classic.
Bringing romance, comedy, and late 19th century New York to Boston, Hello, Dolly! brightens the Boston night and lifts the spirit of theatre goers as they revel in its beauty. Broadway in Boston brought the 2019 Hello, Dolly! tour to Boston from Aug. 13 to 25, starring Tony Award-winning actress Betty Buckley as the leading…
‘An Inspector Calls,’ the 1945 thriller by J. B. Priestley, came to Emerson’s Majestic Cutler Theatre on Thursday from England. The show follows Inspector Goole as he interrogates the Birling family about the death of a young girl.
‘Still Standing’ presents intimate depiction of the struggles of Anita Hollander, playwright, director, and sole actor.
In Spamilton, Hamilton works best as a vehicle to take stock of contemporary Broadway theatre and culture. It reminds the audience of theatre dorks that though Miranda might write like it’s “going out of style,” Broadway’s never been hotter and is only getting more extravagant.
Lucas Hnath’s ‘A Doll’s House, Part 2’ picks up the story 15 years after Ibsen’s ‘A Doll’s House.’ Nora returns to the home, and the family, that she left.
The End of TV blurs the lines between reality and media using acting, puppetry, and screens. The show follows Flo, who suffers from dementia, and Louise, Flo’s Meals on Wheels driver.