A lot goes on behind the scenes of a production in Robsham Theater, but the spotlight rarely shines on the people who don’t appear on stage.
Filled with powerful performances of traditional and modern Korean and Chinese cultures, the Korean Student Association and the Chinese Student Association put on an enlightening showcase.
Sheri Wilner, the newest Monan Professor of Theatre Arts, aims to be a role model and battle the systemic sexism in the theater world.
Although it bear’s some of the weight of Charles Mee’s original work, the production can’t quite string together a play that’s both engaging and insightful.
Through its two leads and seamless production, “Bug” brings the audience beat by beat into a world of madness and paranoia.
“I had an acting teacher once who said that ‘all you need in order to play an assassin is remembering the feeling you had while hunting a mosquito.'”
Nestled in the Bonn Studio, ‘Next Fall’ delves into the relationship between the atheist Adam and adamantly Christian Luke.
Constructing a post-apocalyptic world in Robsham, the BC theatre department reinterprets the fall of Troy with ‘The Trojan Women.’
CAB and the Music Guild present a fall band showcase, Christmas comes to Faneuil Hall with a tree lighting ceremony, and more Boston events this weekend.
Sondheim’s 1962 musical comedy ‘A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum’ is revisited and given a modern twist in Robsham this weekend.