Tonight is opening night for The Huntington’s production of Heidi Schreck’s Tony nominated play, What The Constitution Means to Me.
Directed by Oliver Butler and starring Cassie Beck, the funny play introduces the audience to Shreck as a fifteen year old teenager. In the play, she shares the profound relationship between four generations of women and the impact the Constitution had in shaping their lives.
The Huntington Theater’s production runs from February 22 – March 20, 2022 at The Emerson Majestic in Boston’s Theater District. Tickets to in-person performances start at $35. For more information about the play or to purchase tickets visit, The Huntington.
Boston’s theater companies have some great productions this winter
Boston’s local theater companies returned to the stage with some amazing live performances. While this is not an exhaustive list, it does share in-person shows from some of my favorite local theater companies.
Boston’s “B Together” policy is in effect and will require you show proof of vaccination to allow you to enter. For more information visit B Together.
Lyric Stage: Mr. Parent
Synopsis: This one-man performance based on actor Maurice Emmanuel parent’s real-life adventures of teaching in an urban public school system.
Synopsis: Assembled from over 60 interviews with scientists – established and emerging, rock stars and renegades – playwright Melinda Lopez weaves together their challenges, successes, and wildest dreams. Told from the perspective of those most underrepresented in science, their stories are amplified with rich harmonies to bring us together and break down the boundaries of science.
Synopsis: Emma is a 30-something actress who thinks she is having the time of her life, until she finds herself in rehab. Her first step is to admit that she has a problem – but therein lies the problem. Will she ever sober up?
Synopsis: Inside the Senate chamber of a global governing body, Mr. Majority introduces an “End of Ocean Bill” designed to shrink Earth’s oceans into a more manageable (and marketable) collection of inland seas. When the floor is opened for debate, the Ocean arrives to speak in its own defense…and so begins an epic Human-Ocean showdown.