Venue Details

1136 Star Starred
Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts
Between Berkeley & Clarendon Streets 527 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02116
617-266-0800
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Dana
We dined right across the street at The Butchery (Barbara Lynch restaurant) and it was great and convenient. Nice night out.
Ether Dome dining Nov 13 2014 star this tip starred
Kate
Aquitaine is nearby at Clarendon & Tremont -good food and convenient loc
Ether Dome dining Oct 30 2014 star this tip starred
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Reviews & Ratings

35 ratings
3.7 average rating
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30 events
17 reviews
5 stars
attended Oct 08 2014

Jennifer Ellis, Aimee Doherty, Jared Troilo were all exceptional. Seats were excellent.

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2 reviews
1 stars
attended Sep 20 2014

The story is very good, but what makes this such good theater is the cast - across the board extremely well chosen for each part. The principal actress who plays Cathy, she is perfectly cast - her performance alone is worth the price of admission.

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8 reviews
0 stars
attended Oct 01 2014

The performances were really good...Jennifer Ellis in particular was spectacular. But the show itself was dismal, the music was bad (I'm not looking for hummability, but at least give some melodic and harmonic interest). The audience was confused...continued

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Website

http://www.speakeasystage.com/far-fromheaven/

Description

This production contains adult language and content. It is recommended for those age 16 or older.

About the Ticket Supplier: SpeakEasy Stage

Over the past nineteen seasons, SpeakEasy Stage Company has distinguished itself as Boston's premier theater staging Boston premieres. Year after year, SpeakEasy has won acclaim for presenting top-quality productions of vital, cutting-edge plays.

Recently, SpeakEasy was singled out by Variety, the entertainment newspaper, as a force in regional theater and a champion of small, often overlooked musicals.