Tagged: New Century Theatre
Coming up this weekend, catch Bill, Jaz, and a bunch of other fun and talented folk in Life in the (413), an evening of radio plays and music celebrating our favorite part of the state. We also talk about a woman on the cover of a magazine.
Actor and director Sam Rush talks about the plethora of upcoming area theatre events, and explains the difference between community theatre and New Century Theatre.
Also, Bill urges everyone to act now on some important local issues.
New Century Theatre is celebrating its 20th anniversary by revisiting favorite productions from their past seasons. Opening this week is The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), which sold out the Academy of Music back in February as part of this year’s Four Sundays in February. If you missed it then, or want to see how it’s evolved in the intervening months, don’t miss this production. We sit down with actors Sam Rush and Phil Kilbourne, plus director Tom McCabe, to find out just how you can cram so much theater into two hours.
Tuesday 27 July 2010
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School’s out, which means PaintBox Theatre is here to help you entertain the kids. Sure, you could take them to the movies, but PaintBox makes your kid a part of the show, while making you laugh. Artistic director Tom McCabe and actor Emmy Bean talk about what’s coming up, how the audience members make the shows, and why these are NOT the children’s tales you remember.
Tuesday 29 June 2010
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