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“M” is for miserable at the Huntington’s new play

We left the Calderwood Pavillion in the South End tonight thinking that Ryan Landry’s “M” could be by far the worse play we’ve ever seen, at the Huntington or anywhere else. My husband and I, who  love theater and have attended productions … Continue reading

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"God of Carnage" gets at dirty little secrets

The Huntington Theatre’s God of Carnage is a hilarious deconstruction of sophisticated social interaction and marital relationships. Two urbane and successful New York couples get together in the wake of a playground incident in which one couple’s son has hit … Continue reading

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The Huntington’s Stick Fly – regional theater scores again

“ All happy families resemble one another, each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way,” according to Leo Tolstoy. Stick Fly, the latest Huntington Theatre production (at the Boston Center for the Arts) uses a weekend family gathering to … Continue reading

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Huntington Theatre’s "All My Sons" a Home Run

This play has it all – powerful acting, taut story line, deft direction, exquisite set design, even top-notch sound. It’s such a compelling production that you don’t want to leave your seat at the end. The themes of Arthur Miller’s … Continue reading

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Theater in NYC

For all its offerings, Boston pales in comparison to New York in the quality and variety of its theatrical offerings. Superior Donuts, for example, is an outstanding play, coming to Broadway from the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago. The themes … Continue reading

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