What On Stage
"The Corn Is Green" at Huntington...."Frost/Nixon" at the Colonial...."Awake and Sing" at the Gamm Theatre.
Frost/Nixon, the 2007 Tony AwardŽ -nominated new play by Peter Morgan, the award-winning author of The Last King of Scotland and The Queen, is coming to Boston’s Colonial Theatre for a limited two-week engagement January 27 - February 8, 2009. Tickets are currently on sale and are available through an authorized ticket seller found only at Ticketmaster 1-800-982-2787, at all Ticketmaster outlets, by visiting BroadwayAcrossAmerica.com/Boston and directly at The Colonial Theatre Box Office, 106 Boylston Street, Boston during normal box office hours Monday through Saturday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm.
Celebrated stage and screen actor Stacy Keach takes on the role of President Richard Nixon and is joined by Alan Cox as David Frost.
Awake and Sing
The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre (The Gamm) is pleased to open the new year with Awake and Sing!, Clifford Odets’ 1935 comedy-drama about a Jewish family struggling to stay afloat during the Great Depression. Gamm Resident Director Fred Sullivan, Jr. helms an exciting cast through the dreams and disappointments, and hopes and fears of three generations of a working-class family jammed into a Bronx apartment.
Awake and Sing! runs from January 15 through February 15 at The Gamm Theatre, 172 Exchange St., Pawtucket, RI. Tickets $24-$39, all previews (Jan. 15- 18) only $24. Discounts for subscribers, groups of 10 or more, seniors and students. For tickets call 401-723-4266 or go to arttixri.com. Information at gammtheatre.org.
The Corn Is Green
Huntington Theatre Company Artist Emeritus Nicholas Martin returns to direct Emlyn Williams’ "The Corn is Green," a heartwarming classic play about an inspirational teacher and the power of human connection, January 9 - February 8, 2009 at the B.U. Theatre, the Huntington’s main stage. The production stars acclaimed actress Kate Burton, last seen at the Huntington in Martin’s hit production of Anton Chekhov’s "The Cherry Orchard," as Miss Moffat.
Opening Night/Press Review Night - Wednesday, January 14 at 7 pm.
The Huntington’s main stage,the Boston University Theatre, 264 Huntington Avenue, Boston.
TICKETS: $20-$82.50. Available: Online at www.huntingtontheatre.org, by phone at 617 266-0800, in person at the B.U. Theatre Box Office, 264 Huntington Avenue or the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA Box Office, 527 Tremont Street in Boston’s South End.
Mortal Sins and Madame Bovary
Perishable Theatre Resident Artists Tom Hurdle and Rick Massimo are showing excerpts of their works-in-development on a double bill on Saturday January 17 and Sunday January 18. Their showing is a part of the RAPT, or Resident Artists at Perishable Theatre, Program, which supports the development of projects over 1 to 3 years by mid-career theatre artists.
Work-In-Progress Showing of
Mortal Sins and Madame Bovary
Saturday January 17 at 8 pm Sunday January 18 at 3 pm
95 Empire Street, Downtown Providence
Tickets:Pay-what-you-can, $5 suggested donation
To reserve call 401-331-2695 x 101