Thank you to everyone who donated time and talents to help make Boston Theater Marathon XVIII a success! Whether you were on the stage, in the audience—or somewhere in between—such a day would not be possible without YOU. BPT appreciates you, and so does TCBF! See you next year!
The Boston Theater Marathon XVIII lobby posters, ready to make the journey to the Calderwood Pavilion last week. I missed getting a photo of Matt before he left to make the delivery, but here he is last year in case you need a visual. Tradition!
Tell us a little bit about your play. A Monogamy of Swans is a comedy about a broken romance between two women, and how the swans in Boston’s Public Garden help put things back together for them. I’m particularly excited for it to be in the Marathon because I love the idea of telling a […]
Tell us a little bit about your play. Speaking of Dead Mice is mostly about keeping faith with difficult friends. We have them in life and it speaks well of humanity that we don’t desert them. What made you want to tell this story? I reached up for a box of cereal one morning, and […]
Boston Theater Marathon Weekend kicks off on Saturday, May 7 with the Warm-Up Laps—readings of three full-length plays—presented in collaboration with the Boston Center for the Arts’ resident theatres in the BCA’s Deane Rehearsal Hall. The readings are FREE and open to the public. The Warm-Up Laps include: 12 noon Sponsored by […]
Tell us a little bit about your play. It’s a story about a mother and a daughter, and the first drink they’ve shared together in a long time. It’s also about memory, what happens when what we rely on most begins to fail us, and who we want to be to our parents and to […]
Here is the running order, hour by hour, of plays in next Sunday’s (May 8) Boston Theater Marathon XVIII. Make a day of it, bring your Mom, drop by for a few hours—whatever strikes your fancy. Your all-day pass ($25 in advance; $35 the day of the event) allows you to come […]
Tell us a little bit about your play. My play, Before or After, drops in on a couple preparing for a night out. What starts out with the woman asking her husband if he liked her better before or after she cut her hair leads them to a sometimes scathing inquisition into whether their true […]
Actors’ Shakespeare Project Actors Studio of Newburyport American Repertory Theater Anthem Theatre Company Bad Habit Productions Battleground State Boston Actors Theater Boston Center for American Performance Boston Children’s Theatre Boston College Theatre Bridge Rep of Boston Centastage Charlestown Working Theatre Cohasset Dramatic Club Commonwealth Shakespeare Company Company One Emerson Stage Firehouse Center […]