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November 2021

Meet the leading duo of the Lyric’s production of The Last Five Years, Jared and Kira Troilo! Jared and Kira met when they were in first grade, had their first date at 15, and did theatre together in high school. They are now seven years into their marriage, and they also have an adorable son together!       Jared Troilo* (Jamie)

Our artists and staff have compiled a Spotify playlist of songs that remind us of Be Here Now, and get us into the feeling of the show. Here are some of our favorites! 1. “decide to be happy” by MisterWives I've been down on my knees Prayin' things I don't believe Hopin' that it'll save me So I decide to be happy “The song

Meet the wonderful team who created the Greenway Walking Plays!   Michelle M. Aguillon (Director, Walking it Off and Hummingbird) Michelle (she/hers) has worked in Boston-area theatre for more than 25 years as a director, actor, writer, and producer. Directing credits include (virtual): Boston Resilience Project Plays: East Boston, Nos Vemos (Speakeasy Stage Co.), Home for the Holidays (Open Theatre Project

Mother's Day by John Minigan Directed by Rosalind Bevan On Mother's Day 2021, Ann Frances and her daughter, Evie, stroll through the North End, and contemplate how to carry on beloved traditions after devastating loss. Click below to listen on Spotify or in your iPhone's Podcasts app! If you're having trouble accessing our Walking Plays, you can learn more about how to listen here. You can find our

  Hummingbird by Kirsten Greenidge Directed by Michelle Aguillon As two long-time friends walk through a quiet Boston, Anne Frances and Sally find moments of child-like joy despite their worries and guilt. Click below to listen on Spotify or in your iPhone's Podcasts app! If you're having trouble accessing our Walking Plays, you can learn more about how to listen here. You can find

Get to know the playwrights of The Greenway Series, the second round of our Walking Plays audio play series that take place at the beloved Rose Kennedy Greenway. We asked them a few questions about what it was like to take part in creating this series and what they hope listeners will take away from their respective plays. Rosanna

 Walking It Off by Rosanna Yamagiwa Alfaro Directed by Michelle Aguillon While walking home after dim sum, the elderly Kenzo and his daughter Sally reminisce about his wife, discuss the increasing crimes against Asian-Americans, and question whether or not it's time for a major change. Click below to listen on Spotify or in your iPhone's Podcasts app! If you're having trouble accessing our

Monstrat Viam by Patrick Gabridge Directed by Courtney O'Connor As her walk through the city continues through the jungle-like Boston Common, Journey and the Mayor discuss the further impending changes and threats the city is facing. On the verge of apocalypse, Journey is forced to leap back onto an uncertain path, but she encounters a familiar face and elists their help

 Living Water by Melinda Lopez & Micah Rosegrant Directed by Dawn Meredith Simmons and Courtney O'Connor It's the vernal equinox of the year 2221, and Boston has been claimed by the ocean following a sustained period of global climate calamity. Returning to the city once more, Journey is shepherded by boat through the financial district and Chinatown to the high ground