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'To Kill a Mockingbird' Compromise Offered to Small Theaters

'To Kill a Mockingbird' Compromise Offered to Small Theaters

By Lynn Elber | Mar 3
The dozens of community and nonprofit theaters across the U.S. forced to abandon productions of "To Kill a Mockingbird" under legal threat were offered an olive branch in the form of Aaron Sorkin's script for the Broadway version.

Connecting with a Capital C :: Cam Torres on Not Feeding the Bear

Connecting with a Capital C :: Cam Torres on Not Feeding the Bear

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 1
Boston playwright Cam Torres is out to make a connection. Maybe several: A connection of artist to audience; of theater to lived experience; of human being to human beings. Hence his new solo show, "don't feed the bear."

Ian Harvie:  Trans-forming comedy
San Francisco, CA

Ian Harvie: Trans-forming comedy

By Jim Gladstone | Mar 1
Ian Harvie, the trans comedian and actor best known for playing Dale on Transparent, is slightly abashed to share his earliest transgender inklings. He'll perform March 6-9 at SF's Punch Line Comedy Club.

John Cameron Mitchell Brings Songs from 'Hedwig' to Boston this Saturday

John Cameron Mitchell Brings Songs from 'Hedwig' to Boston this Saturday

Mar 1
Tony Award-winner John Cameron Mitchell takes the Boch Center Shubert Theatre stage on Saturday, March 2, 2019 at 8:00 PM as part of "The Origin of Love Tour," featuring the songs of "Hedwig & The Angry Inch" by Stephen Trask.

Why Small US Theaters Have Canceled 'To Kill a Mockingbird'

Why Small US Theaters Have Canceled 'To Kill a Mockingbird'

By Mark Kennedy | Feb 28
Dozens of community and nonprofit theaters across the U.S. have been forced to abandon productions of "To Kill a Mockingbird" under legal threat by Broadway and Hollywood producer Scott Rudin.

 Review :: A White Girl's Guide To International Terrorism

Review :: A White Girl's Guide To International Terrorism

By Adam Brinklow | Feb 27
As promised by the title, much of writer Chelsea Marcantel and director Morgan Green's new show explores how unlikely people become drawn into violent movements in the Internet age.

 Review :: Hello, Dolly!
San Francisco, CA

Review :: Hello, Dolly!

By Adam Brinklow | Feb 26
"Hello, Dolly!" is probably well on its way to becoming a weird artifact, and that's probably a shame. But Dolly herself at least seems as timeless as ever.

 Review :: Hamilton

Review :: Hamilton

By Adam Brinklow | Feb 26
Although this is not a once-in-a-lifetime show—it'll surely play again many times in the future—it's still not exaggeration to call it a once-in-a-generation kind of work.

 Review :: Julia Sweeney: Older & Wider

Review :: Julia Sweeney: Older & Wider

By Kevin Taft | Feb 19
Julia Sweeney is as fresh and on-the-ball as ever.

 Review :: School of Rock - The Musical

Review :: School of Rock - The Musical

By Robert Nesti | Feb 15
There are twelve reasons to see "School of Rock," and they are the young actors who play the students that slacker Dewey Finn finds himself teaching in this musical adaptation of Richard Linklater's 2003 comedy.

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