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    Bridge Repertory Theater Presents Hello Again

    Presented by Bridge Repertory Theater of Boston at Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

    March 12 - March 29, 2014


    Bridge Repertory Theater Presents Hello Again

    Bridge Repertory Theater of Boston forges ahead with its ambitious first season as Hello Again, a musical by Michael John LaChiusa, begins rehearsals this afternoon. Opening in March at the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, Hello Again is the company’s third production this season, coming after Stephen Jeffreys’ epic period piece, The Libertine, and the World Premiere of not Jenny, by Boston playwright and Bridge Rep Artistic Associate, MJ Halberstadt. In choosing a musical, Bridge Rep continues to establish itself through a particular style, rather than a particular genre. The company intends to do classic, contemporary, brand new, and musical work, with the common thread being an intimate, actor driven aesthetic.

    The cast features Jared Dixon, Lauren Eicher, Sean Patrick Gibbons, Andrew Giordano*, Andrew Spatafora, Sarah Talbot, and Aubin Wise – an exciting mix of seasoned performers, rising Boston “local-ebrities”, and brand new faces. Emerson graduate Michael Bello returns from New York City to helm the project as Director. Joining him are Mindy Cimini (Musical Director), Stephen Ursprung (Choreographer), Kathleen Doyle (Costume), Anne Sherer (Scenic), Chris Bocchiaro (Lighting Design), and John Tracey (Props). Cassie M. Seinuk* and Erin Baglole will tag-team Stage Management, while Rebecca Bradshaw and Joe Short serve as Production Manager and Technical Director, respectively.

    Influenced by Arthur Schnitzler’s La Ronde, LaChiusa’s Hello Again follows ten different characters as they weave through ten different intimate encounters, each one set in a different decade of the 20th century. From an abandoned Hudson River Pier at the turn of the century, to a 70’s disco, to an affluent 50’s suburb, audiences will follow The Whore, The Soldier, The Nurse, The College Boy, The Young Wife, The Husband, The Young Thing, The Writer, The Actress, and The Senator as they starve and strive for human connection. Bridge Rep’s immersive production will be set in a cabaret style in an intimate space – no microphones required.

    Producing Artistic Director Olivia D’Ambrosio explains, “In our first season, we set a goal of reaching a wide ranging audience with a wide ranging body of work. Musical theatre fans are famously enthusiastic, and we want Bridge Rep to be a part of their theatre-going lives. Associate Artistic Director and accomplished musical theatre performer McCaela Donovan suggested Hello Again as a manageable piece for a company in our nascent (but mighty!) stage.” With regard to the intimate subject matter, Director Michael Bello says, “For this production, I envision an enticing and nuanced dynamic between audience and actor. By immersing the audience in the action of the play, I hope to question the ways in which we connect to one another, while also providing an invigorating and sensual experience.” Adds D’Ambrosio, “Personally, I’m looking forward to it -- we need a little heat to get us through the end of winter!”

    Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

    527 Tremont Street
    Boston, MA 02116

    Full map and directions

    Admission Info:

    $35 - $45

    Phone: 917 633 8600


    Garage Parking
    There are several parking options available within walking distance of the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA. Please note that all prices are subject to change. 

    Atelier 505 Garage
    Monday - Saturday: $24 for 2-10 hours
    Monday - Wednesday after 6pm: $16
    Thursday - Friday after 6pm: $20
    Sunday: $21 all day
    This garage often fills up early and does not validate.
    505 Tremont Street / Entrance located on Warren Avenue

    Back Bay Garage 
    Evenings and Weekends: Special $7 rate, validation required from the Box Office
    Entrance on Clarendon Street between Boylston and St. James Streets

    Dartmouth Street Garage
    Monday - Friday after 5pm: Special $8 parking rate available, patron must surrender ticket stub when exiting garage
    At all other times, parking rate is $9 per hour
    126 Dartmouth Street

    Garade @ 100 Clarendon Street
    Seven days a week after 5pm: $10 parking, this is a regular rate and no validation is needed.
    Saturday and Sunday: $17 parking all day with validation.
    Wednesdays 12:30pm - 6:30pm: $17 parking with validation, valid only for Huntington Wednesday matinee performances at the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA
    100 Clarendon Street

    Validation is available before the show at the Calderwood Pavilion Box Office. (If you forget to validate your ticket pre-show, please contact a Front of House staff member for assistance.) Garage office cannot reimburse for tickets that are not validated.

    Street Parking
    Street parking is very limited but some patrons have had great luck finding coveted parking spots on Tremont Street.


    Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.

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