Brian Boruta

Lately I have been a huge fan of Central Square Theatre. Last season’s Sila gave me goose bumps, and I can’t help but admire their unique yet incredibly efficient operating model. Combining a beautifully flexible space and strong leadership, Emilie: La Marquise Du Chatalet Defends Her Life Tonight (which I will henceforth simply refer to […]

  Brian Balduzzi

Good theatre moves you in profound and unexpected ways. However, good theatre is also good storytelling. Like children gathered around on the carpet for story hour, we flock to the theatre to be entertained with characters and stories which exceed our own little world. These stories open our minds to new circumstances, new stories, and […]