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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The Whale
To say Stephen Hunter’s The Whale at Boston’s SpeakEasy Stage through April 5 is simply about a 600-pound man, estranged from his family and dying in his rundown Idaho...
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Witness Uganda
When an unemployed New York City actor gets kicked out of his church choir for being gay, the logical next thing for him to do with is life is set off for Uganda to help build...
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