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    Publick Theatre Boston

    233 Needham Street. Suite 300
    Newton Upper Falls , MA 02464
    617-454-1444  |  Fax: 617-454-1001

    Website: publicktheatre.com


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    Since 1971, Publick Theatre Boston has invited audiences of all backgrounds to "experience the power of the spoken word", renowned for its outdoor production of classical and contemporary works at its amphitheater venue on the banks of the Charles River in Christian Herter Park. Since 2008, The Publick has produced year-round as a Resident Theatre Company at the Boston Center for the Arts. garnering critical acclaim as Boston's only...

    Since 1971, Publick Theatre Boston has invited audiences of all backgrounds to "experience the power of the spoken word", renowned for its outdoor production of classical and contemporary works at its amphitheater venue on the banks of the Charles River in Christian Herter Park. Since 2008, The Publick has produced year-round as a Resident Theatre Company at the Boston Center for the Arts. garnering critical acclaim as Boston's only professional theatre dedicated to both indoor and outdoor presentations.


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    • Event Name: Joe Orton's Entertaining Mr. Sloane
      Article: 'Mr Sloane' is truly entertaining
      Boston Herald - Mar 17, 2010
      By Jenna Scherer

      "Lucky for director Eric C. Engel, four UK expats were available to take on Publick Theatre's production of Entertaining Mr. Sloane. Luckier still that this quartet has acting chops of pure gold." Expand

      "Lucky for director Eric C. Engel, four UK expats were available to take on Publick Theatre's production of Entertaining Mr. Sloane. Luckier still that this quartet has acting chops of pure gold." Collapse

    • Event Name: Joe Orton's Entertaining Mr. Sloane
      Article: Entertaining Mr. Sloane
      Patriot Ledger - Mar 17, 2010
      By Iris Fanger

      Director Eric Engel is supported by a cast of four British-born actors who are spot-on in timing a line for laughs and equally adroit in plumbing the depths of the lonely souls they portray. Expand

      Director Eric Engel is supported by a cast of four British-born actors who are spot-on in timing a line for laughs and equally adroit in plumbing the depths of the lonely souls they portray. Collapse

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