Well, Well, Well, If It Isn't Boston...
Great news for everyone -- including me -- who missed the critically-acclaimed production of Lisa Kron's Well, which died a premature Broadway death despite reaping key Tony nominations. The inventive play will be part of the 2006-07 theatre season at The Huntington Theatre Company in Boston beginning next March.
This prestigious theatrical company, begun in 1982 as the theatre in residence for Boston University, has an ambitious season in store for subscribers, including:
- August Wilson’s Radio Golf in what's being described as a prelude to a Broadway run (September 8-October 8, 2006)
- The world premiere of Theresa Rebeck's Mauritius (October 6-November 12, 2006)
- The Tony-nominated Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay-Abaire (November 3-December 3, 2006)
- The Anton Chekhov classic, The Cherry Orchard with Kate Burton as Madame Ranevsky (January 5-February 4, 2007)
- Well (March 5-April 4, 2007)
- The Nicholas Martin-helmed Persephone (March 30-May 6, 2007)
- Streamers by David Rabe and directed by the ubiquitous Scott Ellis (May 18-June 17, 2007)
You can bet Boston will figure into my travel plans during the next year.
This is Steve On Broadway (SOB).
Click here for The Huntington Theatre Company ticket information.
All Is Not Well On Broadway (May 8, 2006)