a much-appreciated actor
on the local scene,
here makes a
Boston-area directorial debut."
(check out the full review here)
Winter Solstice in the Boston Globe!
Brooks Reeves makes his Boston directoral debut!
“I think when someone comes into a family’s chaos with simple solutions, it can look attractive and seem like a relief,” he says. “But is it?”
Check out the Full Article HERE!
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First Love is the Revolution
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FIRST LOVE IS THE REVOLUTION
by Rita Kalnejais • April 13-May 5
by Roland Schimmelpfennig
translated by David Tushingham
Feb. 16 - Mar. 11
Fascism doesn't show up in jackboots and swastikas. It arrives in the form of a polite older gentleman on Christmas Eve.
Starring: Maureen Adduci, Lindsay Beamish, Ambjörn Elder, Brian McCarthy, Phil Thompson
Directed by Brooks Reeves
Sound Design: David Reiffel
Costumes: Elizabeth Rocha
Sets/Lights: Danielle Fauteux Jacques
PSM: Christine Truong,
ASM: Zaida Ramos Weiss
Roland Schimmelpfennig is one of the most produced European playwrights, and his plays have been translated into over 40 languages. In 2010, Schimmelpfennig was awarded the Mühlheimer Dramatists Award for his play The Golden Dragon, which has since received more than 20 productions worldwide. Schimmelpfennig is the recipient of the highest Playwriting Award in Germany, the Else-Lasker-Schüler-Prize, to honor his entire Oeuvre.