Amid a global pandemic, the Boston College theatre department is experimenting with new ways to practice its craft.
Originally performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 1966, the play opens with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern (Or is it Guildenstern and Rosencrantz?
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.
“I was thinking, ‘Oh man,’ you know, I don’t know if I want to teach or if I want to keep acting,” Jorgensen said. “But for me, I’ve always been very impatient in the sense of, I couldn’t stand the idea that I had to wait for someone to pick me to make art.”
The play ‘Straight White Men,’ pushes viewers out of their comfort zones, and invites them to examine privilege and social justice.
After a career working with presidents, popes and persons of the year, Scott Clyve is bringing industry-insider lessons to the Boston College Campus.
Christy Coco, MCAS’ 17, is on her way to bigger and brighter things. She’s starred in BC productions ‘Carousel’ and ‘The Trojan Women’ and recently made her off-broadway debut in ‘Fiorello!.’