Tag Archive: Kirstengreenidge

‘Greater Good’ puts theater-goers in the story

BOSTON – You don’t get much closer to live theater than you do in Company One and American Repertory Theatre’s world premiere production of “Greater Good,” Kirsten Greenidge’s immersive, interactive, and often fascinating… Continue reading

Off the Grid’s ‘The Weird’ is a bumpy but fun ride

BOSTON – The theater troupe Off The Grid takes pride in its non-traditional form of making theater – hence both its name and its mission statement, which Artistic Director Alexis Scheer described as… Continue reading

Greenidge’s ‘Milk Like Sugar’: Teens see no way out

BOSTON – Listen and learn. That would seem to be the motto of playwright Kirsten Greenidge, who grew up in Arlington and now lives in Waltham. It might help to explain her facility… Continue reading