Find out what to expect from The SwellTime Variety Hour and how it got its inspiration from old-time radio shows.
Over the past two and a half decades, few have lit up Boston stages quite like Kathy St. George. From Fiddler on the Roof on Broadway to playing Helene in SIGNIFICANT OTHER, we asked Kathy a few questions about her illustrious career.
Meredith Goldstein, advice columnist and entertainment reporter for The Boston Globe, answers your questions about workplace romance, dating websites, saying “I love you”, and Jordan’s dilemma in Significant Other.
Actor Greg Maraio opens up about his early life in East Boston, his affinity for superheroes, bad wedding speeches, and his connection to the role of Jordan.
The BAD JEWS and SIGNIFICANT OTHER playwright talks about evolving friendships, developing new plays, and why your friends owe you some really good cake.
The songwriting team of Pasek and Paul talk about working together and the process of creating DOGFIGHT.
Playwright Robert O’Hara on the process of writing BOOTYCANDY and bringing his own personal narrative to a larger audience.
Bill Doncaster is a local playwright and our second Boston Project playwright. His new play Ward Nine will be featured alongside Nina Louise Morrison’s Born Naked this February.
Born Naked by Nina L Morrisson will be performed as a staged reading to an invited audience this month. Watch this space for updates from rehearsal and further developments from the playwrights.
The VIOLET composer talks about her career and her approach to adapting Violet’s journey to the stage.
SpeakEasy Founder and Producing Artistic Director Paul Daigneault revisits the musical VIOLET after 15 years and talks about what’s in store in our all-new production.
Director M. Bevin O’Gara gives us a first look at what to expect from the first show in our 2015-2016 Season.