Theater Review: “The Great Comet” — Immersive Theater, At Its Best

December 21, 2015
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Who would have guessed that a hunk of War and Peace could be such an enormous amount of fun?

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Theater Commentary: Who’s Afraid of the Antiwar Play?

December 28, 2007
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by Bill Marx What particularly disappointed Boston Globe theater critic Louise Kennedy about the Huntington Theatre Company’s recent production of David Rabe’s Streamers was that it lacked the emotional impact of the 1976 staging of the script. She found it “painful because that earlier production clearly resonated with its audiences as a powerful antiwar statement,…

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