Tag Archive: Paramount

ArtsEmerson’s ’Breath’ is passionate, powerful

BOSTON — Roland Hayes was not your typical concert singer. Even if it were only the fact that he was an African-American, the son of a slave, who grew up in the segregated… Continue reading

PigPen’s ‘Old Man’: Lo-tech, but highly entertaining

BOSTON — The PigPen Theatre Co. is in the best tradition of the traveling troubadours and storytellers who moved from town to town. In an era of 3-D spectacles and $300 million movies… Continue reading

‘Lebensraum’ a worthy tribute to silent-era comics

  BOSTON — Silence can be a lot of things — golden, deafening. But silence in the Dutch production “Lebensraum” (“Habitat”) which ends a short run this weekend (April 13) at the Paramount… Continue reading