Tag Archive: GreaterBostonstagecompany

In Stoneham, the sisterhood disrobes for a cause

STONEHAM – Going by what they wore in the process of shocking the world, you could call it the sisterhood of the traveling bathrobe, or perhaps the sisterhood of the traveling dressing gown.… Continue reading

‘The Legend of Georgia McBride’ is light-hearted fun

STONEHAM – Michael Lopez’s “The Legend of Georgia McBride” is a drag queen drama with family values, the kind of show you wouldn’t mind bringing even a first date or your mom to.… Continue reading

‘Miss Holmes’: A whole new spin for Sherlock

STONEHAM – Through the years, the characters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle have been spun this way and that until you think you’ve seen it all in how they can be presented… Continue reading

New Rep’s ‘Unveiled’: The women under the hijab

  WATERTOWN – “Unveiled” is educational, uplifting and entertaining. The one-woman show written and performed by Rohina Malik at the Mosesian Center for the Arts is a co-production of the New Repertory Theatre… Continue reading

‘She Loves Me’ is full of many small pleasures

STONEHAM – There’s no chandelier dropping from the ceiling, or dueling witches flying across the stage. The musical “She Loves Me” at the Greater Boston Stage Company is a series of small pleasures,… Continue reading

There are too many bumps along ‘Alligator Road’

STONEHAM – New works are the lifeblood of the theater, refreshing, renewing and reinvigorating the theatrical canon. But with new work comes both risk and reward, and while readings and staged readings are… Continue reading

‘Dames at Sea’ offers dazzling footwork, laughter

STONEHAM – Aside from the New England Patriots, director/choreographer Ilyse Robbins and actress Ephie Aardema just might be the best team around. They teamed up for three award-winning productions at the former Stoneham… Continue reading