" Every new college theater season brings a wealth of worthwhile productions to the city of Boston. The performing arts schools in Boston are among the best for states around, so it is well worth the time to take in any or all of these upcoming plays. The 2014-2015 season has everything seasoned theater lovers, families and those new to the art need to get some great live entertainment. Experience shows that are often the next best thing to or even better than professional theater.
“Dancing at Lughnasa” Semel Theater 10 Boylston Place, 3rd Floor Boston, MA 02116 (617) 824-8500
Date: Nov. 6-9, 2014
“Dancing at Lughnasa” is a family portrait that displays the potential vigor of the present and the strength of the past. The Mundy sisters and their elder brother are Irish by birth with the latter long separated from his family and country thanks to mission work in Africa. The play picks up as this sojourn ends and the group finds itself celebrating the Lughnasa festival for perhaps the final time. This inexpensive show is directed by Courtney O’Connor of the Lyric Stage Company.
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“Little Murders” The Boston Conservatory 8 The Fenway Boston, MA 02215 (617) 536-6340
Date: Dec "
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