Pre-Production Press Photos: GOOD

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L-R: Tim Spears and Michael Kaye. Photo by Stan Barouh.

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Michael Kaye. Photo by Stan Barouh.

11/4/10 10:26:09 PM -- Boston, Massachusetts The Boston Center for American Performance (BCAP) opens its third season on November 6th with C.P. Taylor's Good, directed by BCAP's artistic director Jim Petosa. Taylor's self-described musical comedy explores the life of a liberal German professor, seduced by the Third Reich, who unwittingly betrays his loved ones and his morals. Audiences will find this cautionary tale particularly resonant in today's political climate. BCAP is the professional extension of the Boston University School of Theatre. Photo by Frank Curran for Boston University Photography

L-R: Michael Kaye and Tim Spears. Photo by Frank Curran.

 

11/4/10 10:28:51 PM -- Boston, Massachusetts The Boston Center for American Performance (BCAP) opens its third season on November 6th with C.P. Taylor's Good, directed by BCAP's artistic director Jim Petosa. Taylor's self-described musical comedy explores the life of a liberal German professor, seduced by the Third Reich, who unwittingly betrays his loved ones and his morals. Audiences will find this cautionary tale particularly resonant in today's political climate. BCAP is the professional extension of the Boston University School of Theatre. Photo by Frank Curran for Boston University Photography

L-R: Michael Kaye and Tim Spears. Photo by Frank Curran.

 

11/4/10 9:54:31 PM -- Boston, Massachusetts The Boston Center for American Performance (BCAP) opens its third season on November 6th with C.P. Taylor's Good, directed by BCAP's artistic director Jim Petosa. Taylor's self-described musical comedy explores the life of a liberal German professor, seduced by the Third Reich, who unwittingly betrays his loved ones and his morals. Audiences will find this cautionary tale particularly resonant in today's political climate. BCAP is the professional extension of the Boston University School of Theatre. Photo by Frank Curran for Boston University Photography

Michael Kaye in Good. Photo by Frank Curran.

 

11/4/10 9:55:49 PM -- Boston, Massachusetts The Boston Center for American Performance (BCAP) opens its third season on November 6th with C.P. Taylor's Good, directed by BCAP's artistic director Jim Petosa. Taylor's self-described musical comedy explores the life of a liberal German professor, seduced by the Third Reich, who unwittingly betrays his loved ones and his morals. Audiences will find this cautionary tale particularly resonant in today's political climate. BCAP is the professional extension of the Boston University School of Theatre. Photo by Frank Curran for Boston University Photography

Michael Kaye in Good. Photo by Frank Curran.

 

11/4/10 10:07:37 PM -- Boston, Massachusetts The Boston Center for American Performance (BCAP) opens its third season on November 6th with C.P. Taylor's Good, directed by BCAP's artistic director Jim Petosa. Taylor's self-described musical comedy explores the life of a liberal German professor, seduced by the Third Reich, who unwittingly betrays his loved ones and his morals. Audiences will find this cautionary tale particularly resonant in today's political climate. BCAP is the professional extension of the Boston University School of Theatre. Photo by Frank Curran for Boston University Photography

Michael Kaye in Good. Photo by Frank Curran.