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  • Diverse mix for Everyman Theatre's last season on Charles St.

    Diverse mix for Everyman Theatre's last season on Charles St.
    A year from now, Everyman Theatre will begin packing for the big move to a freshly renovated venue on the west side of town. To help stem any regrets, the title of the last show in the company's current Charles Street location will carry a familiar admonition: "You Can't Take It With You."
  • Book review: 'Alice Neel: The Art of Not Sitting Pretty' by Phoebe Hoban

    Book review: 'Alice Neel: The Art of Not Sitting Pretty' by Phoebe Hoban
    Alice Neel The Art of Not Sitting Pretty Phoebe Hoban St. Martin's Press: 479 pp., $35 Here comes that old question, the one that pops up when a new biography of a prominent artist or writer is published: Do we judge an artist by the life or the work?...

    Everyman Theatre opens season with a 'Raisin' d'exit

    An area theater that does consistently fine work is beginning its last season in its current home. Everyman Theatre’s upcoming season is slated to be its final one on N. Charles Street, in the Station North arts and entertainment district. Work...

    'You Can't Take It With You,' so enjoy Everyman play now

    Audiences during the Great Depression had their spirits lifted by "You Can't Take It With You," the wacky 1936 comedy by George S. Kaufmanand Moss Hart. The lively Everyman Theatre production seems likely to have the same uplifting effect for audiences...

    Theater review: 'Just 45 Minutes From Broadway' at Edgemar Center for the Arts

     
    Henry Jaglom's new play feels awfully familiar. First there's its title, "Just 45 Minutes From Broadway," which all but sets you to whistling the George M. Cohan song containing that jaunty phrase. Then there's the story, about a free-spirited theater...