With Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens and Count Leo Tolstoy on stage, a new play by Scott Carter opens the Chester Theatre Company season, playing from June 24 through July 5, 2015.
The reality of leading a church is radically and hilariously different than what was learned in seminary, and using a wicked tongue, this antic portrait of a small, struggling congregation reaches comic heights.
There will be special appearances by The Skivvies, Darrel Hammond, Lewis Black Benjamin Scheuer’s The Lion, and the Baby Wants Candy improv troupe plus “Song for a New Generation,” free theatre at Poker Flats.
Esposito seems to be everywhere – internet, podcasts, tv celeb, but in-person with her trademark side mullet and jean jacket she is at her personal best as she lets you into her honest and very funny world.
A backstage comedy about a Broadway-bound play is a chance for some of Boston’s best actors to strut their stuff as Tony-award awareness hits the headlines again.
The Wall Street Journal’s Terry Teachout loves Renée Fleming but finds her “bland as a hot cup of Ovaltine before bedtime” in this show. What should have been a fabulous farce never made it past dated comedy.
Lighting up the Troy Music Hall on April 18, Paula Poundstone will also lighten our mood as she shares her hilarious observations of our whacky world with you. You don’t need a degree to know when something is funny.