With the end of another trying semester, or winter slumber, or whatever doldrums you’ve been having, I think it’s safe to say we’re all due for an ol’ fashion Pirates Night Out. Continue reading
Loeb Drama Center
I uhhh.. errr… ahh.. [nervous cough].. therefore I am! And I am also going to see a play that explores how our voice and para-uh-uh-language tells the world who I am. The sorcerer: award-winning playwright John Tiffany. The apprentice: young playwright Brendan Shea. It’s a “shit-in-your-pants exciting opportunity”- and that’s a direct quote. Continue reading
You probably know John Lithgow as one of two different aliens, or maybe that old guy from the 10-minute YouTube loop where he just mutters expletives at a dinner table. That’s really quite unfortunate, seeing as this veteran thespian has netted nominations and wins for practically every acting award they’ve ever mint—Holy Shit! He was the bad guy from Cliffhanger! Aw, man, we totally forgot about that! The man who would be Eric Qualen is stopping on by the Loeb Drama Center for one night only, performing his one man show Stories By Heart to benefit the American Repertory Theatre. No Stallone-related questions at the Q&A please.
[Mon 5.2.11. 64 Brattle St., Cambridge. 617.495.2668. 7:30pm/$75-$250. americanrepertorytheater.org]