Tag Archive: Lyric stage company of Boston

Family ties fray, break in Lyric’s ‘The Treasurer’

BOSTON – If The Son, the middle-aged, unnamed character portrayed by Ken Cheeseman, is certain of only one thing, it is this: He is headed to hell.    He serves as our narrator… Continue reading

Gentle humor helps ‘The Cake’ to go down easy

  BOSTON – When dealing with thorny issues, you can rely on great good humor to help you say what you want to say. With “The Cake,” playwright  Bekah Brunstetter  has taken on… Continue reading

On the ‘Orient Express,’ a deadly tale well told

BOSTON – Sometimes, the most fun comes from the telling of the tale rather than the tale itself. That’s the case with the Lyric Stage Company of Boston’s production of Agatha Christie’s “Murder… Continue reading

Lyric Stage’s ‘The Thanksgiving Play’ is a tasty dish

BOSTON – It is just an elementary school play but a quartet of “teaching artists” twist themselves into human  pretzels to make sure that this Thanksgiving play checks every box, and is banking… Continue reading