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WHERE WILL YOU BE tonight

Monday, 3 August, @
7:00 P M ?????

I plan to be at the CLUB CAFE (209 Columbus Avenue) sipping a post-prandial glass of good-tasting i.p.a. about to engage in conversation with some theater-friends of mine.

Why don't you drop by, and Join The Conversation?

And if you can't make it that day, I plan to be there, doing the same thing at the same time Every Monday in August.
It's kind of my birthday-present to myself (3 August will be the last day of my 82nd year) --- conversations with my friends.
And, who knows, we might just talk ourselves into Doing Some Things that could improve the state of theatre in this city and in this state ... as well as getting to know each other better.

Do you see theatre? Do you Make theatre? Do you LOVE theatre?
Drop in and say Hello!
Monday, 3 August, @ 7:00 P M
CLUB CAFE
209 Columbus Avenue in BOSTON
(Two blocks from Back Bay station on the Orange Line)

SCROLL DOWN FOR:

1) REVIEWS of plays up and running
[This now, again, as complete as I can make it]
2) A LIST of all the theater in Massachusetts
CLICK for more complete coverage

THEATER MIRROR Reviews of plays still running

"Into The Woods" **** till 2 August Reviewed by Tony Annicone

"1776" **** till 16 August Reviewed by Tony Annicone
"Mary Poppins" **** till 2 August Reviewed by Tony Annicone
"The Little Mermaid" **** till 15 August Reviewed by Tony Annicone
"Saving Kitty" **** till 2 August Reviewed by Sheila Barth
"Colossal" **** till 15 August A Review by Sheila Barth
"Die, Mommy, Die" **** till 28 August Reviewed by Tony Annicone
"Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin" **** till 2 August A Review by Sheila Barth
"Gypsy" **** till 2 August A Minority Report by Richard Pacheco
"I Hate Hamlet" **** till 30 August A Minority Report by Richard Pacheco
"I Hate Hamlet" **** 30 August Reviewed by Tony Annicone
"Gypsy" **** 2 August Reviewed by Tony Annicone
"Killjoy" **** till 2 August A Review by Tony Annicone
"Venus in Fur" **** till 2 August Reviewed by Tony Annicone

Reviews In Other Websites:

"Aladdin"
by Laurie Higgins in
Cape Cod TIMES
by Kristen Morale in Broadway World
(closes 1 August)

"Art"
by Cindy Nickerson in Cape Cod TIMES
(closes 2 August)

"Blood Wedding"
by Al Chase in White Rhino Report
by Ian Thal in The Arts Fuse
(closes 26 August)

"Carrie"
by Laurie Higgins in Cape Cod TIMES
(closes 9 September)

"Charley's Aunt"
by Jim Kates in The Arts Fuse
(closes 9 August)

"Colossal"
by Al Chase in White Rhino Report
by Carolyn Clay in The ARTery
by Rich Fahey in On Boston Stages
by Nancy Grossman in Broadway World
(closes 15 August)

"The Fool of The World"
by Sharon Basco in The ARTery
(closes 27 August)

"Guys And Dols"
by Kristen Morale in Broadway World
by Jay Pateakos in Cape Cod TIMES
(closes 16 August)

"Gypsy"
by Holly Cardoza in Cape Cod TIMES
(close 9 September)

"Henry V"
by Charles Giuliano in Berkshire Fine Arts
by Jeremy Goodwin in The ARTery
by Alexander Stevens in Wicked Local
by Un-signed in Curtain Up
(closes 23 August)

"Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin"
by Jules Becker in Boston Theater Wings
by Al Chase in White Rhino Report
by Nancy Grossman in Broadway World
by Kilian Melloy in The ARTery
by Robert Nesti in The Edge
(closes 2 August)

"I Don't Know Where We're Going, But I Promise You, We're Lost"
by Obed Medina in The Arts Fuse
(close 16 August)

"I Saw My Neighbor on The Train And I Didn't Even Smile"
by Bill Marx in The Arts Fuse
(close 15 August)

"King Lear"
by Kate Abbott in The Arts Fuse
by Alicia Blaisdell-Bannon in Cape Cod TIMES
by Carolyn Clay in The ARTery
by Iris Fanger in Wicked Local
by Joyce Kulhawik in Joyce's Choices
(close 9 August)

"La Cage aux Folles"
by Jack Craib in South Shore Critic
(closes 10 September)

"Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill"
by Debbie Forman in Cape Cod TIMES
(closes 22 August)

"The Lady from The Sea"
by Helen Epstein in The Arts Fuse
(closes 13 September)

"Man of La Mancha"
by Kristen Morale in Broadway World
(closes 22 August)

"Memory House"
by Helen Epstein in The Arts Fuse
(close 9 August)

"A Midsummer Night's Dream" in rep with "The Winter's Tale"
by Jim Dorman in Quincy Patriot Ledger
(closes 6 August then 6 - 16 August)

"My Fair Lady"
by Jack Craib in South Shore Critic
by Iris Fanger in Wicked Local
(closes ?? ??????)

"The New Electric Ballroom"
by Carolyn Clay in The ARTery
by Nancy Grossman in Broadway World
by Robert Israel in The Arts Fuse
(closes 15 August)

"Nice Work If You Can Get It"
by Nancy Grossman in Talkin' Broadway
by Jan Nargi in Broadway World
(closes 15 August)

"Oklahoma"
by Carol Panasci in Cape Cod TIMES
(closes ?? ?????)

"Paradise Blue"
by Elyse Sommer in Curtain Up
(closes 2 August)

"Saving Kitty"
by Al Chase in White Rhino Report
by Carolyn Clay in The ARTery
by Jack Craib in South Shore Critic
by Kitty Drexell in New England Theatre Geek
by Rich Fahey in On Boston Stages
by Iris Fanger in Wicked Local
by Nancy Grossman in Talkin' Broadway
by Joyce Kulhawik in Joyce's Choices
by Kilian Melloy in The Edge
(closes 2 August)

"1776"
by Beverly Creasey in Boston Arts review
by Danielle Rosvally in New England Theatre Geek
(closes 16 August)

"The Underpants"
by Carol Panasci in Cape Cod TIMES
(closes ?? ?????)

"The Unexpected Man"
by J. Peter Bergman in The Edge

by Elyse Sommer in Curtain Up
(closes 6 September)

"Unknown Soldier"
by Charles Giuliano in Berkshire Fine Arts
(closes 9 August)

"West Side Story"
by Carol Panasci in Cape Cod TIMES
(closes ?? ?????)

"The Winter's Tale" in rep with "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
by Jim Dorman in Quincy Patriot Ledger

I wrote a book!

Yes I, Larry Stark, wrote a book* --- a little novel called
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
And you CAN buy copies of that book
Artist in Residence cover --- but Only At:
THE HARVARD BOOK STORE
1256 Massachusetts Avenue, Harvard Square, Cambridge
1(617) 661-1515
What you do is go to the bookstore, pay them $20.00, and then........
Watch while their "expresso-books machine"
Prints a copy before your astonished eyes in only four minutes!
(Honest!)
It will be a "perfect-bound" paperback
slightly warm to the touch
and will fit in your pocket.
You can talk to your friends about it
You can talk to MY friends about it!
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