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COVID-19 Update

Given the evolving circumstances around COVID-19, and out of concern for the health and safety of our patrons, staff, and artists, SpeakEasy Stage Company has decided to take the following actions. Click to learn more.

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2019-2020 Season

Who’s Who: Bright Star Cast

Meet the cast of the Tony-nominated musical, Bright Star!

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COVID-19 Update

Given the evolving circumstances around COVID-19, and out of concern for the health and safety of our patrons, staff, and artists, SpeakEasy Stage Company has decided to take the following actions. Click to learn more.

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2019-2020 Season

Who’s Who: Bright Star Cast

Meet the cast of the Tony-nominated musical, Bright Star!

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Boston Conservatory Partnership

To download high resolution images, click the thumbnails below, then right-click and choose “Save Image As.” All captions are credited from left to right unless specified otherwise.

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2019-2020 Season, The Children

The Children Photos

To download high resolution images, click the thumbnails below, then right-click and choose “Save Image As.” All photos by Nile Scott Studios.

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Pass Over

An Interview with Director Monica White Ndounou

“When the Front Porch Arts Collective reached out to me to direct this show I had not yet seen it or read the play. I read it a few times, thinking about the various plays being written during our current moment, (i.e. the Black Lives Matter movement which is part of a continuum of Black liberation movements), I wanted to explore the possibilities of using the Black American acting traditions that I am writing about in my book to center Black artists and audiences.”

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Pass Over

Pass Over Additional Reading

Antoinette Nwandu’s Pass Over, though only 90 minutes, is an incredibly complex play, drawing both on historical source material, some dating back over two thousand years ago, and on current events and movements. Here’s a select reading list to provide some context to our production, and to serve as a second step to larger conversations and action.

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