Director Jess Chayes has done all that is humanly possible to stage a lively live production under Zoom constraints.
In this innovative series, the Huntington Theatre Company has charged 11 local playwrights to imagine a future vision of Boston, post-pandemic, when “we can once again meet and connect in our city.”
Cyberspace begins to look like a hostile place for women, as dangerous as a frat party. Females log-on at their peril.
This is a satisfying if limited production; the Harbor Stage Company is a troupe that is well worth keeping an eye on.
We are hitting the season of high summer now, with productions coming fast and furious. As is my wont, I will single out shows that are off-the-beaten path. This is not to say that the production of “Guys and Dolls” at the Barrington Stage Company isn’t as terrific as I have heard it is. Only that I want to venture beyond brand name material.