The Curtain Report: Oct. 25th-Oct. 31st

What to See in Boston this Week
By Jake Smerechniak

We’re already finishing up the month of October and it’s flying by! Concluding this coming week is Halloween, but be sure to catch at least some of the amazing theatre Boston has to offer before you go into scare-mode. Take advantage of your last chance to see some of these amazing performances that are closing next weekend, or if you aren’t a big Halloween fan and would prefer to treat yourself rather than trick others, go ahead and see a show that’s opening on Halloween night! 

10/30 – 11/22 Chosen Child @ Boston Playwrights’ Theatre

On October 30th, the Boston Playwrights’ Theatre will be bringing you their production of Chosen Child, a touching play surrounding the elements that make up a family. Following the story of three generations of mothers and memories and a schizophrenic man, this performance is guaranteed to make you question the most important aspects of a tightly-bound family. Familial relationships are explored and expanded upon. Don’t miss this heart-jerker before it closes the Sunday before Thanksgiving.

10/31 – 11/9 Blue Window @ Brown Box Theatre Project

Looking for a touch of comedy? This show explores the relationships among vastly different symbolic characters at a dinner party while utilizing “comic irony,” as the site states.

10/23 – 11/1 Language of the Angels @ Happy Medium Theatre

Follow the story of what happens when a girl goes missing and her nine friends are left with nothing but guilt and ghostly cries. Closing in a week!

10/22 – 10/26 A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum @ Boston College Theatre Department

Sondheim’s classic farce has come to Boston College. Don’t miss this hilarious musical! It closes this Sunday at 2pm.—2015-season/a-funny-thing-happened-on-the-way-to-the-forum.html

10/28 – 11/2 Mamma Mia! @ Citi Emerson Colonial Theatre

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Lexus Broadway in Boston presents the unforgettably smash hit musical “Mamma Mia!” Opening Monday and located right in the heart of the Emerson College campus, this is a must-see.
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