Paula Plum and Adrianne Krstansky in The Roommate. Photo by Mark S. Howard. ★★★★☆ Two of Boston’s best-loved actresses join forces for The Roommate, Jen Silverman’s quirky comedy about two middle-aged women who find themselves living together, trying new things, and reckoning with a demon or two. Paula Plum plays Sharon, a 54-year-old Iowa woman who has recently retired from her

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:

https://youtu.be/Yh1vAxGA1Mw Meet Taavon Gamble, the actor behind the revolutionary Valentin in Kander & Ebb's smash musical, Kiss of the Spider Woman! Get tickets and more information at lyricstage.com or 617.585.5678!

https://youtu.be/Jt4pmg-tVMw Eddy Cavazos talks how he relates to his character Molina, the importance of queer actors of color on the stage, and what Kiss of the Spider Woman means to him. Now through October 7th, get tickets at lyricstage.com or call 617.585.5678!

"The hilarious yet poignant work featured Leigh Barrett as Madame Flo and the irreplaceable Will McGarrahan as the ivory tickler whose affectionate commingling of horror and admiration allowed us to see the Muse-murdering Jenkins as both ridiculous and somehow valorous." - Souvenir "Director Scott Edmiston presided over this pitch-perfect, period-perfect revival of Edward Albee’s 1962 marathon marital battle whose combatants

Lyric Stage productions nominated in six categories What are the Elliot Norton Awards? Via http://www.elliotnortonawards.com/ “The awards are presented annually by The Boston Theater Critics Association (BTCA) (Don Aucoin, Jared Bowen, Terry Byrne, Carolyn Clay, Nick Dussault, Iris Fanger, Joyce Kulhawik, Kilian Melloy, Bob Nesti, and Ed Siegel) to honor the outstanding productions, directors, designers, and performers that audiences have seen

Jeremy Sumpter was the first male actor to play the traditional character of Peter Pan in a film version. Via Peter Pan: Reimagined through the ages The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up gets a constant makeover by Katharine Mayk, Artistic Assistant Peter and The Starcatcher is a prequel to the beloved classic Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up. Since his creation by