Under Milk Wood
“You Can Hear Their Dreams” The unlit On-Air sign stood by like a sentinel near the little stage on Lafayette Street as Salem Theatre Company prepared to preview its...
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Bad Jews
Good, entertaining, satisfying theatre is increasingly hard to find. The marketing departments for many of our artistic communities have identified easy access to audiences for...
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Jacques Brel is Alive and Well
For its 35th anniversary season the legendary Gloucester Stage Company is featuring by popular demand a musical review of the satirical and poignant songs of the late Belgian...
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Gallo
I’ve been having a great deal of fun telling folks I spent Thursday night lounging in a pool of cheerios being serenaded by a countertenor in a chicken suit. What’s this you...
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Icarus
What do you think about when you think about “experimental theatre”?  Good thoughts or bad? Real thoughts or hearsay? My suspicion is that most of our experiences in the...
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Feedback
February’s PEM/PM event, Feedback, filled the Peabody Essex Museum with sound. Guitarists Randy Roos and Bruce Bartlett played together while other performers (including a...
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