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31 January 2017

Hand to God Electrifies SpeakEasy’s Stage

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SpeakEasy greeted 2017 by bringing the hot Broadway hit Hand to God to the BCA. Robert Haskin’s play about a young Christian boy and his possessed, twisted sock puppet buddy …

10 November 2016

SpeakEasy’s Scottsboro Boys

By // Theatre (Boston)

When I rewatch the film Cabaret, I still find it difficult to listen to the final stanza of “Tomorrow Belongs to Me.” It doesn’t matter how beautiful the young German’s …

31 March 2016

The 2015 MyTheatre Award Winners: Boston

By // Theatre (Boston)

In 2015, Boston theatre pulled no punches. Historical legacies were questioned, minority voices cried louder, the talent of female theatre artists was not in question, and plenty of performers strutted …

22 January 2016

SpeakEasy Treks Across America in Violet

By // Theatre (Boston)

A revived musical has just pulled into town. SpeakEasy Stage Company has brought back the musical Violet, directed by Paul Daigneault, musical direction by Matthew Stern, to the Stanford Calderwood …

28 September 2015

SpeakEasy Redefines What’s appropriate

By // Theatre (Boston)

Before the show even started, playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins immediately won me over. I was at the BCA, ready to watch a performance of appropriate, the New England premiere of the …

26 February 2015

SpeakEasy’s New Kuntz: Monstrous and Daring

By // Theatre (Boston)

All it takes is one well-placed, often shocking line to permanently cement a show in my mind. In Necessary Monsters, John Kuntz’s new play, I ran into that line about …

03 October 2014

Heavenly Jennifer Ellis Shines

By // Theatre (Boston)

SpeakEasy Stage Company’s Far From Heaven made the My Theatre (Boston) Must See list for many reasons, but the best reason was the all-star cast. Somehow, SpeakEasy, under the steady …

30 August 2014

SpeakEasy’s Carrie Is a Bloody Mess

By // Theatre (Boston)

Carrie: The Musical has an awful book; there, I said it. Lawrence D. Cohen took every piece of camp from Stephen King’s popular novel, and removed almost all of the …

29 August 2014

Boston Must See: September 2014

By // Theatre (Boston)

We’re back in full swing in Boston with many of the most popular theatre companies in town presenting their first production of the 2014-2015 Season.  Here at My Theatre (Boston), …

19 March 2014

Go See The Whale

By // Theatre (Boston)

Go see this play. Do it. Buy a ticket right now. People throw around the word “must-see” a lot with new and exciting media, but Speakeasy’s production of Samuel D. …

04 March 2014

My Theatre Award Nominee: Q&A w/ Jorge Barranco

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 …

16 February 2014

My Theatre Award Nominee: Q&A w/ Santina Umbach

By // Theatre (Boston)

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

26 January 2014

The Color Purple is a Beautiful Tapestry of Performances

By // Theatre (Boston)

SpeakEasy Stage Company presents a moving and thoroughly enjoyable, even grandiose but always heartfelt, production of The Color Purple. Based on the novel by Alice Walker and the hit movie, …

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 …

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