Actress Turna Mete on Ayad Akhtar’s The Who & the What at the Huntington
Spaulding was gripped by the article, which mentioned Frangieh and Rafferty’s intentions to omit the bombers and focus instead on the resilience, recovery, and love.
“Well, you know, it’s a good step, but all the stuff that was there before the black president is still there and still festering and still brewing.”
“You make a kind of reactionary choice and then find yourself living it out for decades before you start to examine where the choice really came from.”
Bill Heck stars in an all-star Night of the Iguana at ART
Maurice Emmanuel Parent talks reinventing Marlowe
The ubiquitous Boston favorite on Stage Kiss at the Lyric Stage
Steve McQueen’s Ashes makes its US premiere at the ICA
Randy Harrison stars as the Emcee in an ultra-relevant Cabaret
Company One co-founder Shawn LaCount directs, and here, he reflects on the play’s provocativeness, his collaboration with Matter & Light, and Really’s complicated themes.