Tag Archive: Greater Boston stage Company

Female singers take center stage in ‘Beehive’ musical

By Rich Fahey STONEHAM – For those of us who have reached a certain age, the 60’s are still alive and well. Musically, the decade saw the arrival of the Fab Four and… Continue reading

‘Little Women’: Overflowing with warmth and charm

STONEHAM – When acclaimed choreographer/director Ilyse Robbins approached the Greater Boston Stage Company’s production of “Little Women: The Broadway Musical,” she did it through her own eyes, the eyes of a 12-year-old girl… Continue reading

Kernels of comedy abound in GBSC’s ‘Popcorn Falls’

By Rich Fahey STONEHAM – Once in a while, a show comes along that reminds us theater doesn’t have to be a huge spectacle with falling chandeliers and large casts, and 3-D special… Continue reading

With ‘Miss Holmes Returns,’ the chase begins anew

STONEHAM – The remaking of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famed  British sleuth Sherlock Homes and his trusty sidekick Dr. Watson  into a female duo in April 2018  offered theater-goers at the Greater Boston… Continue reading

On one Christmas Eve, war was replaced by warmth

STONEHAM — War is hell, but World War I was a special kind of hell. When war broke out in 2014, young soldiers gladly volunteered themselves to enter the fray, enthusiastically marching off… Continue reading

The chase is on in Hitchcock’s manic ‘The 39 Steps’

STONEHAM – You don’t always need a huge set, a multitude of props, and dazzling special effects to create theatrical magic. The Greater Boston Stage Company is welcoming back live audiences to the… Continue reading

Artists’ passion permeates GBSC’s ‘Swan Lake in Blue’

STONEHAM – Paying tribute to a much-loved, iconic piece of art while also transforming it dramatically for a new audience is a delicate balance. That’s why the Greater Boston Stage Company’s world premiere… Continue reading

The classic ‘Miracle on 34th Street’ holds up well

STONEHAM – If you’ve never had the chance to do it, it should be on your bucket list. Start your walk at the venerable Macy’s Herald Square Department Store in the heart of… Continue reading

‘Marie and Rosetta’: Musical legends come to life

STONEHAM – Since it opened in Cleveland in September 1995 on the shores of Lake Erie, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has been playing a lot of catch-up. The Hall was… Continue reading