Theater

Stage Presence: Korey Pimental and Taylor Corbett chat about The Glass Horse Project, staging LaBute in New Bedford and the need to see differently-abled talent on stage
May 15, 2019 No Commentby

Stage Presence: Korey Pimental and Taylor Corbett chat about The Glass Horse Project, staging LaBute in New Bedford and the need to see differently-abled talent on stage

  I had the chance to talk with Korey Pimental and Taylor Corbett ahead of their opening of The Glass ...

The Last Waltz: Counter-Productions Theatre Company Says Farewell After Twelve Seasons
May 9, 2019 No Commentby

The Last Waltz: Counter-Productions Theatre Company Says Farewell After Twelve Seasons

  “Our goal from the beginning has been to create a space for performing artists to create art that they ...

Singer Katie Kleyla Trades the Jazz Mic for the Spotlight Onstage in All Shook Up at the Community Players
May 8, 2019 No Commentby

Singer Katie Kleyla Trades the Jazz Mic for the Spotlight Onstage in All Shook Up at the Community Players

  Katie Kleyla has what many jazz vocalists would call a “dream gig.” The classically trained vocalist who received her ...

Mild-Mannered Professionals by Day -- Bawdy Singing Romans by Night!  Meet the Cast of Barker’s A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
May 8, 2019 No Commentby

Mild-Mannered Professionals by Day — Bawdy Singing Romans by Night! Meet the Cast of Barker’s A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

Ever see the one about the Roman slave who tries to win his freedom by helping his master shag the ...

There's Much to Like About I Hate Hamlet at Attleboro Community Theatre
May 6, 2019 No Commentby

There’s Much to Like About I Hate Hamlet at Attleboro Community Theatre

  I Hate Hamlet, Paul Rudnick’s 1991 comedic sendup of both the relevance of Shakespeare’s characters in today’s television culture ...

<i>The Last Night of Ballyhoo</i> at Granite: Yesterday Is Another Day, Too
May 2, 2019 No Commentby

The Last Night of Ballyhoo at Granite: Yesterday Is Another Day, Too

The Last Night of Ballyhoo is the second installment of the “Atlanta trilogy” by playwright Alfred Uhry, all of which ...

CTC Proves it's Gotta Tell a Story with Gypsy
May 2, 2019 No Commentby

CTC Proves it’s Gotta Tell a Story with Gypsy

Artistic Director Chris Simpson makes note of his hesitancy to embrace the musical theater format in the program notes for ...

<i>Polaroid Stories</i> at Burbage: Carmen et Error
May 2, 2019 No Commentby

Polaroid Stories at Burbage: Carmen et Error

Polaroid Stories by playwright Naomi Iizuka is a clever attempt to link a modern story of street life with the ...

Expertly Crafted Violence: Fight Choreographer Chris Cardoni on staging swordplay
May 2, 2019 No Commentby

Expertly Crafted Violence: Fight Choreographer Chris Cardoni on staging swordplay

When the curtain rises this weekend on Attleboro Community Theatre’s production of Paul Rudnick’s I Hate Hamlet, the highlight of ...

Stakes Are High at Swamp Meadow's Spelling Bee
April 28, 2019 No Commentby

Stakes Are High at Swamp Meadow’s Spelling Bee

Six will enter, only one will emerge victorious. The stakes could not be higher. Well, okay, they could absolutely be ...