JUNE KFOURY has appeared in a variety of plays, musicals, and operas in Greater Boston, and in summer stock in Central Massachusetts. Recent roles include Clairee in Steel Magnolias; Gingy in Love, Loss, and What I Wore (Hub Theatre of Boston); the Douglas in Henry IV (Praxis Stage); Sir Edward Clarke in Gross Indecency, Bev/Kathy in Clybourne Park, Julienne Tessman in Hedda Gabler, General Cartwright in Guys and Dolls (The Longwood Players); Nurse in Romeo and Juliet (Happy Medium); Marie Cote in Reflections of a Rock Lobster (Boston Children’s Theatre); and Sister Irene in Sister Act (NextDoor Theater).
2020 Tony Award Winner for Best Play! Interweaving lives and spanning generations, The Inheritance brilliantly transposes E.M. Forster’s novel Howards End to 21st century New York. A generation after the peak of the AIDS crisis, what is it like to be a young gay man …
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