Results tagged with 'boulevard ensemble'
Published April 28, 2011
Pullman cars are central to shows staged by the Boulevard Ensemble and Soulstice Theatre in Bay View. "American Enterprise," being opened tonight by Soulstice, is all about inventor George Pullman and his failed company town, which he named after himself.
Published Aug. 12, 2010
While the Boulevard Ensemble kicks off its 25th anniversary season with a quartet of one-act romantic comedies, two Broadway producers revive the ever-popular "Hula Hoop Sha-Boop" in the Rep's Stackner Cabaret.
Published June 23, 2010
You don't have to drive out into the state to see professional theater in the summer. We are gradually seeing local stage companies fill in the traditionally empty calendars in July and August.
Published Sept. 10, 2009
Not to get all sugary on you here, but Next Act Theatre is launching its 20th season on several sweet notes. Producing artistic director David Cecsarini declares "Mary's Wedding," the first play in the lineup, "a sweet piece that has an effect on people when they read it. They often cry." Also, Boulevard Ensemble ponders its future.
Published Nov. 8, 2005
Take Darwinism, the shameful state of affairs with our health care system -- or lack thereof -- everyday obstacles for the physically challenged and single moms all rolled into one, and you've got "Pyretown."
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