“The cast could hardly be better… this production reminds us that Miller had as much to say at the end of his career as he did at the beginning.”
“Miller’s play remains powerful, dramatizing universal themes of life, death, identity, and responsibility.”
“A Short Organum for the Theatre,” Brecht on Theatre. trans. by John Willett. New York: Hill and Wang, 1964. “Bertolt Brecht: German Dramatist.” Encyclopaedia Britannica. February 8, 2016. Brecht HUAC Testimony. Translated by Hugo Schmidt. University…
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Two chances to see our company of students perform William Shakespeare’s AS YOU LIKE IT this weekend!
“An important voice in the robust Boston theater scene.”
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The Next Rep Black Box Festival continues with a celebration of the powerful voices of women theatremakers with three triumphant one-woman plays.
A new play based on Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”
by Matthew Spangler & Benjamin Evett
Directed by Rick Lombardo