Category Archive: Previews

Broadway in Boston releases ‘Hamilton’ information

From Ann Sheehan, Broadway in Boston: It is with great pleasure that Broadway In Boston shares details with regards to the public on-sale for the upcoming production of HAMILTON at the Boston Opera… Continue reading

Actress Dirik ‘UnCorks’ a new set of challenges

ACTON – It was never a case of becoming rich and famous. For the quarter-century Shana Dirik spent working in community theater on stages big and small, it was the love of the… Continue reading

For David Coffee’s Scrooge, there’s no end in sight

    BEVERLY – At this point, it may be hard to determine where Ebenezer Scrooge ends and David Coffee begins. Or vice versa. New England’s favorite Scrooge is returning to the role… Continue reading

‘Gift Horse’: Early Diamond led to future successes

WATERTOWN – When playwright Lydia R. Diamond was writing “The Gift Horse,” she was still feeling her way as a playwright. It was her first play produced at a regional theater – by… Continue reading

‘Crazy for You’: The Wards lead the way again

  WALTHAM – Robert Eagle, the producing artistic director of the Reagle Music Theatre in Waltham, has formed many long-term relationships with actors, directors and designers during the 48 years he has been… Continue reading

Take a gonzo road trip in A.R.T.’s ‘RoosevElvis’

CAMBRIDGE – Mixed media mash-ups are becoming more common as playwrights and designers become more adept and confident in melding film, projections and live stage action into one theatrical vehicle. The theatrical group… Continue reading

‘Elf: The Musical’ to brighten the Wang Center

BOSTON – BSL Enterprises, LLC and the Citi Performing Arts Center have announced the casting for the upcoming holiday engagement of “Elf The Musical.” The show brings the Broadway musical to the historic Citi… Continue reading

NSMT opening its 60th season with ‘Dreamgirls’

The overture is about to start,  You cross your fingers and hold your heart, It’s curtain time and away we go! Another op’nin’,  Just another op’nin’ of another show. — “Another Op’nin’, Another… Continue reading

Former subscriber Ceceri marks 100th NSMT show

  BEVERLY — It’s not often you move from the audience of a theater into its front office, but that’s just what happened to Mike Ceceri, 46, a native of Coventry, RI, who… Continue reading

Kimbell returns 25 years after he launched ‘Carol’

BEVERLY — It makes sense that 25 years after the first production, the “founder of the feast” should be invited back to take part. The North Shore Music Theatre will be presenting its… Continue reading