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23 March 2013

The Seabirds by William Orem

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When this one came across the My Theatre desk, I snapped it up based solely on the fact that I saw Argos Productions‘ Wandaleria last year, and was incredibly impressed by their work. …

14 January 2013

The Memorandum by Vaclav Havel

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Being no stranger to Flat Earth productions, I was ecstatic to kick off my new year with one of theirs.  Never much being one for Absurdist theater, nor having a particularly …

14 October 2012

The Revenants by Scott T. Barsotti

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So, we here at My Theater have been to a few Happy Medium Productions at this point. Personally, this is my first introduction to their work, and I have mixed …

24 April 2012

Pirate Lives! The Musical!

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In the spirit of full disclosure, I have to admit that when I was first approached about the opportunity to see Pirate Lives! The Musical! (by David Marino and Stephen …

10 March 2012

A Night at the Opera: La Boheme

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Here’s the fun thing—I go to a lot of theater, but I’ve never been to the Opera. Not once. Which, if I was any other average 20-something, would not be …

16 February 2012

The ASP’s Medea

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About a week ago, I had the good fortune of seeing the Actors’ Shakespeare Project’s Medea during a preview. I wanted to write my review up as soon as I …

28 January 2012


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Argos Productions‘ second excursion in Boston theater, Wandaleria, written by David Valdes Greenwood and directed by Brett Marks, was an exceptional presentation of a wonderfully written, funny play. The script itself …

30 December 2011

ASP’s Merry Wives of Windsor

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or Sir John Falstaff, pt. 3 Let me start off by saying this: I have nothing to say about the text of this play. I refuse to get involved in …

06 January 2011

But, for my own part, it was Greek to me

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I’m sure that anyone who’s actually been reading my (admittedly few and far between) articles will have seen that I’ve done a lot of Shakespeare pieces. That’s ‘cause I love …

01 August 2010

“These Violent Delights have Violent Ends”

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Stage Fighting or Choreographed Violence for Violence’s Sake There are a few things that people always find memorable when they go to the theater. For my purposes, I’ll use Shakespeare’s …

06 May 2010

A Different Kind of Theatre

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In Defense of Faires as Theatre or I just can’t wait for Faire Season For those of us who worship Hugh Laurie for his portrayal of Dr. Gregory House, I’m …


24 April 2010

Shakespeare is more amazing than you give him credit for

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Much Ado About a Midsummer Night’s King Macbeth IV Part 2 or Remembering William Shakespeare On this most auspicious of days, April 23- Shakespeare’s birthday, I thought that I might …

20 March 2010

The Diary of an On-Stage Rapist

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“Oppose not Scythia to Ambitious Rome” or How I played Demetrius and Kept My Soul So, we’re two days into a run of a play that we’ve been working on …

12 March 2010

Lukewarm Comedy of Obnoxiously Unrealistic Errors

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My Theatre is thrilled to introduce its newest author, James Melo. A Shakespeare buff and general theatre-lover, James has a bone to pick with one of the Bard’s lesser-known comedies. …

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