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THEATER REVIEW: “How We Got On”

THEATER REVIEW: “How We Got On”

Joyce Kulhawik August 3, 2013 0

You MUST see Company One’s entertaining and enlightening HOW WE GOT ON! This is a jubilant show directed by Summer L. Williams that not only made me understand rap in a new way– but

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THEATER REVIEW: BOOK OF MORMON/”M”

THEATER REVIEW: BOOK OF MORMON/”M”

Joyce Kulhawik April 12, 2013 9

It was a bad week for missionaries and mad men in Boston. First, THE BOOK OF MORMON blew into town on the strength of its nine Tony Awards and buzz born of NY Times

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THEATER REVIEW: A RAISIN IN THE SUN

THEATER REVIEW: A RAISIN IN THE SUN

Joyce Kulhawik March 17, 2013 0

The Huntington Theatre Company has given us a stirring production of the first play by an African-American woman ever produced on Broadway– 54 years ago: Lorraine Hansberry’s landmark “A Raisin in the Sun.” The

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THEATER REVIEW: CLYBOURNE PARK

THEATER REVIEW: CLYBOURNE PARK

Joyce Kulhawik March 5, 2013 1

CLYBOURNE PARK won the Tony for Best Play in 2012– and it’s hard to imagine a better production than what’s onstage at the SpeakEasy right now! Bruce Norris’s Pulitzer-Prize winning drama cracks open the

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THEATER REVIEW: 2 for 2–”LUNGS”/”STONES IN HIS POCKETS”

THEATER REVIEW: 2 for 2–”LUNGS”/”STONES IN HIS POCKETS”

Joyce Kulhawik March 2, 2013 0

Two shows on stage right now with a cast of two each, are both winners– so for me it’s two for two! LUNGS at the New Rep and STONES IN HIS POCKETS at the

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THEATER REVIEW: MILDRED FIERCE

THEATER REVIEW: MILDRED FIERCE

Joyce Kulhawik February 27, 2013 0

Listen up beautiful people– The Gold Dust Orphans are back with a bang and this time they have some pretty big shoulders to fill. Joan Crawford did it in 1945 and Varla Jean Merman

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THEATER REVIEW: THE LAST WILL

THEATER REVIEW: THE LAST WILL

Joyce Kulhawik February 19, 2013 0

THE LAST WILL is a theatrical bauble– a shimmering amalgam of wishful dreaming, informed speculation, historical fact, literary sleuthing, and some damn fine acting– conjured by Robert Brustein, and presented by Commonwealth Shakespeare Company

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THEATER REVIEW: THE GLASS MENAGERIE

THEATER REVIEW: THE GLASS MENAGERIE

Joyce Kulhawik February 13, 2013 0

Tennessee Williams’ lyrical soul has come to life onstage at the A.R.T. in a play that can break your heart. THE GLASS MENAGERIE¬† is a poignant masterpiece about a southern family searching for solace

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THEATER ROUND-UP: THE ITALIANS, THE IRISH, & THE NORTH KOREANS

THEATER ROUND-UP: THE ITALIANS, THE IRISH, & THE NORTH KOREANS

Joyce Kulhawik February 4, 2013 0

There’s an ethnic smorgasbord onstage around town; I’m half Italian– so let’s begin with ArtsEmerson’s presentation of Carlo Goldoni’s commedia dell’ arte classic THE SERVANT OF TWO MASTERS. A maelstrom of mayhem ensues when

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THEATER: SISTER ACT

THEATER: SISTER ACT

Joyce Kulhawik January 25, 2013 0

I love nuns. I love great voices. So there are the two reasons I was able to sit through the absolutely ridiculous Tony-nominated musical SISTER ACT which just opened at The Boston Opera House.

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