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Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival

Year TENN, PtownThe Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival celebrates its 10th anniversary later this week with Year TENN: A Decade of Tennessee Williams in Provincetown, Sept. 24-27. The Festival features a collection of landmark productions and brand new plays that honor the Festival’s past and the legacy of Tennessee Williams.

For more information about the annual festival visit their website at twptown.org.

TWC takeover of the Donkey Show

TheaterThe Welcoming Committee will be taking over the American Repertory Theater’s long-running (and oh so popular) Donkey Show, which is a disco adaptation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.  TWC will supply the glitter you only need to show up.  Sergio and I joined the fun two years ago and we had a blast as you can see from the photos below.  Click here for details: The Donkey Show Takeover: Saturday, Sept. 26 10:30 PM ShowOberon Theater Donkey ShowDonkey Show at Oberon Theater

Reserve tickets to one of these shows this fall

Centastage, Zeitgeist Theater, American Repertory Theater, SpeakEasy StageMany of Boston’s local theaters are rolling out new shows for you to enjoy this fall. You can see classics like My Fair Lady at The Lyric Stage and Arthur Miller’s Broken Glass at the NewRep Theater.  The A.R.T. and Centastage both have world premieres, and I’ll definitely be checking out Zeitgeist Stage Co. production of The Boys in the Band.  

Support local theater: reserve tickets to a play today

Waitress (Aug. 2 – Sept. 27): World Premiere musical presented by the American Repertory Theater in Harvard Square
My Fair Lady (Sept. 4 – Oct. 10): Presented by The Lyric Stage of Boston in the Back Bay
Broken Glass (Sept. 5 – Sept. 27): Presented by the NewRep Theater in Watertown
Academy Fight Song (Sept. 11 – Sept. 26): Presented by Centastage at the Calderwood Pavilion in the South End
The Boys in the Band (Sept. 11 – Oct. 3): Presented by the Zeitgeist Stage Company at the Black Box Theater in the South End
A Little Night Music (Sept. 11 – Oct. 11): Presented by the Huntington Theater in Fenway / Kenmore
Appropriate (Sept. 12 – Oct. 10): Presented by the SpeakEasy Stage at the Calderwood Pavilion in the South End
Guerilla Opera: Troubled Water (Sept. 18 – 25): Presented by the Boston Conservatory in Fenway / Kenmore
Ernest Shakleton Loves Me (Sept. 20 – Oct. 4): Presented by ArtsEmerson at the Paramount Theater in Downtown Crossing

Snow White and the 7 drag queens tonight in Ptown

Ptown Theater, Crown and AnchorJoin Snow White and her queens of Chicago for their unforgettable vacation to Ptown!

Boystown’s longest-running smash hit, “Snow White and the Seven Drag Queens” gets a Cape Cod makeover for one night only at the Crown and Anchor.

Tickets start at $25.00 for general admission and are available for purchase at the Crown Box Office on Commercial Street.

More Information Here

Free Shakespeare on the Common starts on Wednesday

Commonwealth Shakespeare CompanyKing Lear – July 22 – August 9
All performances are free and open to the public

The Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s 20th season of free Shakespeare on the Boston Common starts later this week on Wednesday.  Take the opportunity to plan a date night or have a group of friends meet you out on the Common for a night of theater.  Local pizzerias in Beacon Hill will meet you by bike delivery, making for an excellent picnic. While drinking is not allowed, nobody will bother you if you sip your wine / beer in sola cups and other subtle containers.

Shakespeare on the Boston Common

Shakespeare on the Common King Lear 2015The Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s 20th season of free Shakespeare on the Boston Common, presents one of the bard’s most famous tragedies, King Lear.

King Lear – July 22 – August 9
All performances are free and open to the public

This tragedy tells the journey of an aging king, faced with his own mortality and mental decline, who tries to secure the legacy of his kingdom by dividing it amongst his three daughters. Only through loss—of status, love and loyalty—does King Lear learn what is truly resonant at the end of a life. Mark the dates in your calendar and plan on spending an evening on the Common to catch a performance.

Jennifer Coolidge returns to Boston

Nora Theatre CompanyNext month Boston-native, Jennifer Coolidge, who I first fell in love with when Reese Witherspoon taught her the Bend and Snap in Legally Blond will be coming to Boston (well Cambridge to be exact) to take to the Nora Theatre Company’s stage in Central Square to play a liberal atheist who’s meeting her daughter’s evangelical boyfriend in the play, Saving Kitty. 

Saving Kitty opens on Thursday, July 9th and runs through Tuesday, August 2nd. For more information about the show or to purchase tickets link here.