bestnom1000x50

Plaza Black Box Theatre

Latest Articles

1005_trailer_list

Face the nation

White-trash collection has seldom been as hilarious as it is in The Great American Trailer Park Musical , which makes its Brahmin-area debut courtesy of SpeakEasy Stage Company.
SpeakEasy’s The Great American Trailer Park Musical; Zeitgeist’s Farragut North
By CAROLYN CLAY  |  May 07, 2010
OperaHub presents "Das Zwerg"

OperaHub presents "Das Zwerg"


Alexander Zemlinsky's 1922 one-act opera Das Zwerg is based on an Oscar Wilde story about a dwarf who's given to an Infanta and becomes enamored...
By webteam  |  March 03, 2010
1002_privatefears_lsit

Missed connections

Private Fears in Public Places — Alan Ayckbourn's London-set tragicomedy from 2004 — is all about how difficult it is to know another person.
Private Fears in Public Places at Zeitgeist, Neighborhood 3 at Apollinaire
By MADDY MYERS  |  February 26, 2010
1001_heights_listt

Looking back, going forward

Economic recession and post-racial themes abound in Boston’s early 2010 theater repertoire.
A diverse display for 2010
By MADDY MYERS  |  January 01, 2010

Friday, December 5 – Sunday, December 14: The Laramie Project at Plaza Black Box Theatre


Ten years ago in October, Matthew Shepard, a gay college student, was beaten and left for dead tied to a fence in Laramie, Wyoming. That tragedy made him into something of a symbol of the victims of anti-gay violence and the gross inequities that still exist in our country. His martyrdom was solidified by Moises Kaufman, who led the NYC-based Tectonic Theater Project as they created a stunning piece of theatrical journalism based on numerous interviews they conducted with citizens of Laramie. The show has been produced almost 5000 times. To mark the decade that’s passed and the aftermath that still lingers, Bad Habit Productions is staging The Laramie Project, which features music by local musicians. Eight actors portray more than 70 characters discussing the brutal murder and its impact at the Plaza Black Box Theatre (Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont Street, Boston). Get tickets ($25; $15 for student-rush tickets at the box office two hours bef
By Liza Weisstuch  |  November 24, 2008