While it is easy to dismiss this group of wealthy parents as depraved, morally bankrupt, and awash in white privilege, Harmon’s Admissions illustrates the length at which high-minded, politically correct, and supposedly “woke” white liberals will also go to get their children into top-tier colleges and universities.
Not really a speakeasy, but a great neighborhood bar
Director Dawn M. Simmons talks Men on Boats at SpeakEasy Stage
'There’s something about this piece and the way it’s written that you just root for Robert and Francesca.'
Organic, frank, funny, and devastating, Lopez laid bare all of the reasons why she is a priceless asset to the Boston theater community.
Killer Bourbon, Exceptional Craft Beer and Ridiculously Good Food
Three weeks into rehearsals of Josh Harmon's “Bad Jews”—a dark comedy that has raised eyebrows for its name and received critical acclaim for its previous runs—Alison McCartan sits with her back to a cluttered studio apartment set and explains her discovery of the play while selling merch in New York City, and how she got from there to landing the role of the ever-abrasive Daphna Feygenbaum herself.