There are so many hidden jems in the set of The Roommate that give this cozy Iowan home its quirky Mid-Western charm. Check out some of the details that make the set come to life in the pictures below!
All photos by Mark S. Howard Paula Plum & Adrianne Krstansky. Photo by Mark S. Howard Paula Plum. Photo by Mark S. Howard Paula Plum & Adrianne Krstansky. Photo by Mark S. Howard Paula Plum & Adrianne Krstansky. Photo by Mark S. Howard Paula Plum & Adrianne Krstansky. Photo by Mark S. Howard Paula Plum & Adrianne Krstansky. Photo by Mark S. Howard Adrianne Krstansky
On Sunday December 9th and 23rd, Castle of our Skins, a concert and educational series that is dedicated to celebrating Black artistry through music, will present a tribute to Roland Hayes here at Lyric Stage. The celebration will include spiritual and art songs that were championed by Hayes and world premiere work that was created with youth in Boston. A
We sat down with Spiro to learn more about why he chose to direct The Roommate this season! Why this play? Jen Silverman is an amazing writer and this play seemed right for us. I also get to work with some of the wealth of women actors (of a certain age) here in Boston. Why the Lyric Stage?It’s my home and
Chatting with Adrianne Krstansky and Paula Plum What Lyric Stage shows have you appeared in before?Adrianne Krstansky: Barbecue and November.Paula Plum: Too many to count, starting in 1975 when I was still in collegeand in one of the first Lyric Stage shows. And of course, manydirected by Spiro: Death of a Salesman, Sideman, 33 Variations,Blythe Spirit. What excites you about
The cast just got a first look at the set of The Roommate. Enjoy this sneak preview! Scenic design by Jenna McFarland Lord. The Roommate opens October 19th Sharon, middle-aged and recently divorced, needs a roommate to share her Iowa home. Robyn needs a place to hide and a chance to start over. But as Sharon begins to uncover Robyn’s secrets while sharing music,
A brief guide to everything you might want to know about The Roommate. by Sivan Amir & Alzi Kenney, Artistic Assistants Approximate Run Time: 100 minutes Playwright: Jen Silverman Cast Size: 2 Lyric Actors You May Remember: Paula Plum (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Light Up the Sky, Death of a Salesman, 33 Variations, Three Tall Women), Adrianne Krstansky (Barbecue, November) Director: Spiro Veloudos Genre: Comedy Description: