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    Company One Theatre

    539 Tremont St
    Boston , MA 02116
    617 292 7110

    Website: CompanyOne.org


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    Company One was founded in the fall of 1998 to integrate Boston audiences, challenge the city’s social divides and foster a new generation of theatre-makers and theatergoers. Since then we have become a nationally renowned, award-winning theatre company in residence at the Boston Center for the Arts. Our mission is to change the face of Boston theatre by uniting the city’s diverse communities through innovative, socially...

    Company One was founded in the fall of 1998 to integrate Boston audiences, challenge the city’s social divides and foster a new generation of theatre-makers and theatergoers. Since then we have become a nationally renowned, award-winning theatre company in residence at the Boston Center for the Arts. Our mission is to change the face of Boston theatre by uniting the city’s diverse communities through innovative, socially provocative performance and developing civically engaged artists.


     

     

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    • Event Name: after the quake
      Article: Company One, SpeakEasy and Huntington Make us LoVermont
      Boston Metro - Oct 29, 2010
      By Nick Dussault

      “The Aliens” is Company One’s finest work to date. It’s a beautifully written piece that slowly draws you into a world of chaos, heartache and, ironically, hope. It does so with great levity and crisp, intelligent wit. Expand

      “The Aliens” is Company One’s finest work to date. It’s a beautifully written piece that slowly draws you into a world of chaos, heartache and, ironically, hope. It does so with great levity and crisp, intelligent wit. Collapse

    • Event Name: after the quake
      Article: Challenging play spares words but not emotions
      The Boston Globe - Oct 29, 2010
      By Don Aucoin

      At Annie Baker’s compassionate and insightful best, she can endow a few stammered words with the illuminating force of a soliloquy. Expand

      At Annie Baker’s compassionate and insightful best, she can endow a few stammered words with the illuminating force of a soliloquy. Collapse

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