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30 December 2015

ASP’s Listless Winter’s Tale

By // Theatre (Boston)

I am pleasantly surprised by the recent renaissance of interest in Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale. This summer I attended a delightful all-female production staged by Maiden Phoenix Theatre Company in …

18 October 2015

How the ‘Why’ Can Lead to the ‘Who’: ASP’s Othello

By // Theatre (Boston)

Attending Actors’ Shakespeare Project’s production of Othello, directed by Bridget Kathleen O’Leary, staged at The Modern Theatre at Suffolk University, I focused on John Kuntz’s Iago. He didn’t go for …

17 January 2015

ASP’s Clean-Cut Measure for Measure

By // Theatre (Boston)

Boston University is loaded with student-run theater groups, and while attending BU I became familiar with plenty of them. I’ve also seen theater productions at Boston College, MIT, Wellesley, Emerson, …

06 October 2014

ASP’s Meta-Carnival of Errors

By // Theatre (Boston)

Don’t screw around with Shakespeare…unless you can make it hella-entertaining. This was the thought that pulsed in my mind as I watched the Actors’ Shakespeare Project’s production of Comedy of …

23 May 2014

ASP is Exactly How I Like It

By // Theatre (Boston)

Shakespeare’s As You Like It offers one of his most accessible comedies. Featuring one of the Bard’s best female characters, the play is a wonderful exploration of sexual and romantic …

24 March 2014

My Theatre Award Nominee: Q&A w/ Paige Clark

By // Theatre (Boston)

Before we announce the winners of the 2013 My Theatre Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. NOTE: If you were nominated for a 2013 Boston My Theatre Award, and you …

18 March 2014

My Theatre Award Nominee: Q&A w/ Tyler Kinney

By // Theatre (Boston)

Before we announce the winners of the 2013 My Theatre Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. NOTE: If you were nominated for a 2013 Boston My Theatre Award, and you …

01 January 2014

ASP Breathes New Life Into Henry VIII‘s History

By // Theatre (Boston)

I was pleasantly surprised to find a new Shakespeare play to enjoy on a chilly December night. Actors’ Shakespeare Project tackles the rarely-produced Henry VIII by the famous bard. This …

14 November 2013

ASP’s Star-Crossed R & J

By // Theatre (Boston)

I have strong feelings about Romeo and Juliet. There, I said it before and I’ll say it again. I always wait with baited breath during the Prologue to see how …

11 October 2013

Brian’s “Must See” Boston Theatre: October

By // Theatre (Boston)

We’re in October, and while our list is relatively short, we have some gems on our calendar. We’re noticing a lack of fringe theatre; are we just ignorantly unaware of …

29 August 2013

ASP Presents Romeo & Juliet in Its Finest Form

By // Theatre (Boston)

The stars aligned for me last Saturday night. Two of my great loves came together for a beautiful, heart-moving, and compelling performance. Actors’ Shakespeare Project presented its Summer Youth Intensive …

16 February 2012

The ASP’s Medea

By // Theatre

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 …

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