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Posts tagged ‘The Broad Stage’

7
Apr

Hamlet in a Hurry

By Patrick Hurley

There is a sense of urgency to Bedlam’s four actor production of Hamlet, playing now in repertory with George Bernard Shaw’s Saint Joan at the Broad Stage. Read more »

22
Jan

Wherefore Will Again?

By Patrick Hurley

When posing the question of relevance in the theater, one cannot help but be persuaded by perhaps the greatest playwright to have ever put ink to page. Read more »

13
Jan

Small Mouth Sounds Has Some Big Things to Say

By Patrick Hurley

The numerous ways in which human beings communicate with each other is fascinating, and even more so when they are deprived of language. Read more »

5
Feb

For Every Brilliant Thing, Depression isn’t so Depressing.

By Patrick Hurley

Tackling the topics of depression and suicide isn’t a dark and dreary subject for Every Brilliant Thing, playing now through Feb 12 at the Broad theater. Written by Duncan Macmillan, based on his own short story, the piece is a great reminder about how easily it can be to forget the small things in life. Read more »

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