Arts Fuse recommends “boom” as a cultural event that will “light your fire”!
Thanks to Arts Fuse for including boom in Boston events that will “light your fire”! “Given the climate crisis, the end of the world is a dandy topic for black comedy” – they offer. Read on – we’re in great company in Boston theatre! “In a evolutionary museum far in the future, a curator tells…
“A dozen fun things to do this new year” – including Wellesley Rep’s boom!
We’re absolutely tickled to be listed as one of three theatre suggestions for 2020 by MetroWest Daily News. Come kick off your theatre-going this year by seeing complex storytelling right in your backyard at the Ruth Nagel Jones Theatre!
Doomsday Comedy boom is “deeply absurd, intellectually challenging, and ticklesome to the funny bone” says Edge Media Network
Actors Chloe Nosan ’20 (“Jo”) and Nicholas Yenson* (“Jules”) share an insightful conversation on the underbelly of Peter Sinn Nachtrieb’s apocalyptic comedy in this excellent Edge Media Network interview with Killen Melloy. Click here to read it in its entirety!
Boston Globe’s “The Ticket” and “The Informer” say: see this New England premiere!
What’s happening in the local arts world? Wellesley Rep is, according to the Boston Globe! Featured in both “The Ticket” and “The Informer” columns this past week, THIS GIRL LAUGHS is grateful for the multiple recommendations to come see our “whimsical, modern day fable.” Only running for two more weeks!
Wellesley Rep offers one of the “best Boston shows on stage this summer”
Thank you MetroWest Daily news and Wicked Local Arts for including our production of THIS GIRL LAUGHS, THIS GIRL CRIES, THIS GIRL DOES NOTHING on your list of 19 shows to see in Boston in the summer of 2019! They offer: “The arts can take us to another place without even having to leave town….
All’s ‘Well’ At Wellesley Rep : Diana Lobontiu On Lisa Kron’s Meta Masterpiece
Thanks to Kilian Melloy for this great conversation with WELL cast member (and recent Wellesley Theatre Studies graduate) Diana Lobontiu ’18!
Interview with cast and creative team of “WELL”
Check it out! Thanks to Paul Falcone for your curiosity!
What it means to be ‘Well’
Wellesley Rep’s newest production explores what it means to be ‘Well’ by Alexander Stevens “We need to expand our idea of what it means to be healthy, what it means to be well,” says actor Sebastian Ryder, who performs the lead role in “Well,” in Wellesley Repertory Theatre’s production Jan. 17-Feb. 10. “You hear all…
Favorite Productions of 2018: The Liar
Thanks to Mike Hoban of Theatre Mirror for including THE LIAR as one of his Top 10 favorite productions in Boston last year! What super company we are in on this 2018 round-up!
Interview with “Liar” cast and creative team!
Check it out!
Smart, curious, adventuresome, brave and forgiving…a strong endorsement of women as protagonists!
Nancy Grossman of Talkin’ Broadway writes: ” Performances are informed by their ability to relate to the joys and sorrows, challenges and victories, and the life journeys of [the triplets]. The play may be framed as a fairy tale, but the first stories we hear are often the ones that impart the most influential messages.”
These stories are “ideal for the stage” says MetroWest Daily News
MetroWest Daily News: Iris Fanger of Wicked Local recommends bringing a child along to see THIS GIRL LAUGHS – we couldn’t agree more. Whimsical adults and precocious children, this one is truly for you! Great for ages 8+. Featured here: Meredith Gosselin*, John Davin*, Sam Warton Photos by Maggie Hall!
Wellesley Rep shakes up Shakespeare
Metrowest Daily News: Goodnight Desdemona, Good Morning Juliet By Carole LaMond June 13, 2016 WELLESLEY – What if two of Shakespeare’s most iconic tragic heroines, Desdemona and Juliet, were originally intended to enjoy a happy ending in comedies, not tragedies?
QUICK TAKE REVIEW By Beverly Creasey, ORLANDO Magic
Boston Arts Review, Orlando By Beverly Creasey Tuesday, January 13, 2015 Having just seen Wellesley Summer Theatre’s splendid ORLANDO (playing through Feb. 2nd), I’m convinced that playwright Sarah Ruhl is the perfect writer to give Virginia Woolf’s novel a life on the stage.