A year to remember, from 'Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf' to 'Merrily We Roll Along' to 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch'
"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."
Robert Askins’ Hand to God—a five-time Tony nominee and one of the most-produced plays of the year—will make its New England premiere this month at SpeakEasy Stage.
Though style occasionally prevailed over substance in this exhilarating revival of Sean O’Casey’s 1926 play, this Sean Holmes-directed revival is one of the most well-conceived productions of this decade.
The cast of SpeakEasy's Significant Other look back and cringe
SpeakEasy Stage presents the New England premiere of Robert O’Hara’s Bootycandy
SpeakEasy Stage revisits Violet for its silver anniversary
It's going to be a good season.
Fall in the Hub can be the best time to get a lineup of killer new theatrical productions and the new or fresh-off-a-summer-renovations spots to eat at before or after a show on one’s radar.