Welcome to OnBostonStages.com an in-depth look at the theater scene in Eastern Massachusetts with reviews, features, essays, and interviews. I have been involved in the theater scene in Boston in some form or fashion for more than 30 years and I will endeavor to give honest, informed, fair opinions along with profiles, notes and information about what is going on and what needs to be seen. Comments and discussion are welcome at my email address firstname.lastname@example.org. The goal of the blog is to promote theater-going in the Boston area, alert theater-goers to actors and productions they might otherwise bypass, as well as recognizing excellence where found.
wonderful to chat this AM…LOVE your blog–perfect way for me to keep up to date. Congratulations! Jon
Fantastic production of “A Christmas Carol” this morning at North Shore Music Theater. Thank you, Richard, for taking me to the performance. I loved it!
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Glad to see your fine review of a wonderful show – Judith Kalaora’s “I Now Pronounce You Lucy Stone” from History At Play. I noticed two errors of fact that I thought you’d want to be aware of. 1) I’m sure you meant to write that Lucy continued to use her ‘maiden’ name, and not, as printed, her “married” name. 2) In the U.S. those working for wormen’s suffrage (both men and women) were called ‘suffragists’ and NOT “suffragettes.” The term suffragettes was used in England to diminish the ‘little ladies’ working for the vote. The women there decided to embrace that label, but it wasn’t ever altered or commonly used in America.
Thanks again — just wanted to make sure you knew.