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Reagle’s ‘Show Boat’: A worthy re-telling of a classic

WALTHAM – The Cotton Blossom has been steaming along the American theatrical scene since 1927. The musical “Show Boat,” with music by Jerome Kern and lyrics and book by Oscar Hammerstein II, based… Continue reading

If you should see Spiro Veloudos, just say thanks

BOSTON – In a quarter century of covering the Boston theater scene, there’s no one I’ve enjoyed being around more than Spiro Veloudos. For the past 20 years, he has served as artistic… Continue reading

‘Mermaid’ has Fiddlehead leaving Strand on high note

DORCHESTER – Recycling can be very profitable. That’s what Disney Theatericals learned as they took a series of Disney’s animated film hits and transformed them into theatrical blockbusters, aided by the music of… Continue reading

Collins, Ellis shine in Gloucester’s ‘Out of Sterno’

GLOUCESTER — While growing up, we were often told about things that could stunt your growth. Smoking and not eating your vegetables I remember very well. Well, there’s other things that can really… Continue reading

‘God Box’ : A wandering Jew’s spiritual journey

WATERTOWN — We human beings are wired to find the humor in the most tragic, dark situations, as a way of keeping our sanity or as part of the healing or grieving process.… Continue reading

Onbostonstages is off to Florida for R&R

Onbostonstages will be on hiatus for the month of March, recovering from Snowmageddon in Naples, Fla., and gearing up for a busy spring. Releases and news are always welcome at, and I’ll… Continue reading

Fiddlehead tabs award-winning Stacey Stephens

BOSTON — Meg Fofonoff, President and Artistic Director of Fiddlehead Theatre Company, has announced the appointment of Stacey Stephens as the company’s new Associate Producing Artistic Director. Stephens has collaborated in various roles at Fiddlehead Theatre… Continue reading

MRT tabs Daniels as new executive director

Lowell, MA – Merrimack Repertory Theatre (MRT) is excited to announce the hiring of Sean Daniels as the company’s next Artistic Director. An accomplished director and creator of new work, Daniels was most recently… Continue reading

Speakeasy’s ‘Color Purple’ is powerful, uplifting

BOSTON — In recent decades, the musical theater genre has taken us to places that those who pioneered the art form could never imagine. A mass murderer into cannibalism and profiles of other… Continue reading

Blue Man Group show aids One Fund

BOSTON — Blue Man Group and Broadway In Boston have announced that a special benefit performance has been added on Monday, June 10 at 7:30 pm at The Charles Playhouse. One hundred percent… Continue reading