What artists can do is bring stories to the table that are unshakably true—the sort of stories that, once you’ve heard them, won’t let you return to what you thought before. Source: Lin-Manuel Miranda on the Power of Art – The Atlantic
New Year’s Eve included The Scottsboro Boys by SpeakEasy Stage at Boston Center for the Arts. Scottsboro was written by John Kander and Fred Ebb, the same team who created Cabaret and Chicago. This was a terrific production, funny at times, but in the end, sad...
Playing an all-seeing, all-knowing dog – Theater & art – The Boston Globe.
A.R.T. – American Repertory Theater. best line: I had a lobotomy so now I can join the Democratic Party.