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THEATER: MACHINE DE CIRQUE will leave you breathless!

THEATER: MACHINE DE CIRQUE will leave you breathless!

Joyce Kulhawik September 25, 2016 0

I’m exhausted. A few nights ago I watched 5 French Canadians called MACHINE DE CIRQUE high on guts and testosterone, hurtle through 90 minutes of breathtaking (mine and theirs) acrobatics, juggling, and jocularity using bicycles, trapezes, seesaws, unicycles, ropes and poles, scaffolding

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THEATER: REGULAR SINGING/COMPANY/ MARJORIE PRIME

THEATER: REGULAR SINGING/COMPANY/ MARJORIE PRIME

Joyce Kulhawik September 20, 2016 1

Still catching my breath and catching up with three more on the boards to check out: REGULAR SINGING at NEW REP THEATRE takes the final bite out of the four-part “The Apple Family: Scenes

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THEATER: “BLASTED”

THEATER: “BLASTED”

Joyce Kulhawik September 17, 2016 0

Here’s a tough assignment, but a worthy one- and you have only two more chances to experience it: See BLASTED, presented by Off the Grid Theatre Company. John Kuntz directs a fearless three person cast who in 90 minutes

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THEATER: Significant Other, Sunday in the Park With George

THEATER: Significant Other, Sunday in the Park With George

Joyce Kulhawik September 16, 2016 0

The new theater season is upon us! So much theater, so little time. I’ve seen 9 plays in the last 9 days! (Already reviewed CHEERS LIVE ON STAGE). Here are two more: SIGNIFICANT OTHER–Rush down to SpeakEasy Stage Company and

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THEATER: CHEERS LIVE

THEATER: CHEERS LIVE

Joyce Kulhawik September 15, 2016 1

I came prepared to hate it and left CHEERing. And dumbfounded. How did they do it?  CHEERS LIVE ON STAGE a theatrical adaptation of one the most revered shows in TV history, just launched

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THEATER: Notes From the Field: DOING TIME IN EDUCATION/Anna Deavere Smith schools us

THEATER: Notes From the Field: DOING TIME IN EDUCATION/Anna Deavere Smith schools us

Joyce Kulhawik August 31, 2016 1

Marshalling her considerable creative forces and once again singlehandedly conjuring a wildly diverse array of characters, Anna Deavere Smith schools us from the front lines of education vs.race in these not yet United States. NOTES FROM THE FIELD:

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WIN FREE TICKETS: “CRAZY FOR YOU” REAGLE MUSIC THEATRE

WIN FREE TICKETS: “CRAZY FOR YOU” REAGLE MUSIC THEATRE

Joyce Kulhawik July 31, 2016 2

ENTER TO WIN:  One of 10 PAIRS of tickets to the 7:30 pm performance on Friday, August 5th!   Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston is giving away 10 PAIRS of tickets to the final show in its 48th Summer Season – Crazy

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THEATER ROUND UP: LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST, THE LAST SCHWARTZ, MARY POPPINS, THE T-PARTY

THEATER ROUND UP: LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST, THE LAST SCHWARTZ, MARY POPPINS, THE T-PARTY

Joyce Kulhawik July 30, 2016 0

From the best nanny to the last Schwartz, Shakespearean lovers to LGBTQ rendez-vous’s–there’s a lot worth your while as you while away these midsummer nights. FIRST, pack a picnic and head down to the heart of

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THEATER: CUISINE & CONFESSIONS

THEATER: CUISINE & CONFESSIONS

Joyce Kulhawik July 14, 2016 0

It’s a feast for body and soul on a summer night: a troupe of young, sexy, international performers begin whirling about the stage, turning somersaults, tossing eggs, telling stories and cooking up their latest recipe for

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THEATER: IF/THEN

THEATER: IF/THEN

Joyce Kulhawik July 8, 2016 0

I know it’s a hard day to talk about a theatrical production that just opened at the Boston Opera House. My heart is filled with outrage, and sorrow, and the need to DO something about

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