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Theater Review: “Hair” — An Antique Trip

February 4, 2020
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The New Rep production of Hair is acceptable: if the intent was to look back at a now-dated musical that once caused a stir.

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Coming Attractions in Theater: May 2011

April 26, 2011
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May is usually a so-so respite before the summer season revs up, but there’s some interesting productions popping up, including Propeller Theatre Company’s all-male versions of Shakespeare’s Richard III and The Comedy of Errors, Amy Brenneman’s autobiographical show Mouth Wide Open, and an opportunity to see J. M. Barrie take it on in the chin…

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Theater Commentary: Stages Search for a New Balance

August 1, 2009
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By Bill Marx Kate Warner, the New Rep’s new Artistic Director, wants to strike a new balance. WGBH’s Jared Bowen is more of a publicist/fan than a journalist, but his recent “Greater Boston” interview with Kate Warner, the new Artistic Director of the New Repertory Theatre, gives the honcho a chance to talk about some…

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