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JHL
The weather was Warm. I wore schlubwear. It's Boston! Anything which doesn't come branded with a B and have some sport dimwit's name on it is upscale. .
Bent dress Oct 06 2014 star this tip starred
JHL
Plenty of upscale and mid-scale restaurants are close. Plus you can load up on candy at the near-by CVS
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3 reviews
13 stars
attended Apr 08 2012

An ambitious and engaging production of a challenging musical by a new production company. Adding insight to the event was the talk-back by the composer/lyricist, Adam Guettel, grandson of legendary composer Richard Rodgers.

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5 stars
attended Apr 13 2012

Excellent talent Play much, much too long!!!

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0 stars
attended Apr 14 2012

This staging of this production was excellent. At times it seemed that we, the audience, were in the cave with Floyd Collins. The performer who starred in the Floyd Collins role was excellent. Everytime he sang, it was captivating.
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Website

http://www.moonboxproductions.org

Description

directed by  Allison Olivia Choat

musical direction by Dan Rodriguez

choreographed by Rachel Bertone

with music and lyrics by Adam Guettel;

book and additional lyrics by Tina Landau;

based on true story

Floyd Collins features the performance talents of Phil Tayler () in the title role, along with Phillip Berman as Ed Bishop, David Carney doubling as Reporter/Cliff Roney, Anne Colpitts as Miss Jane, Bob De Vivo doubling as Reporter/ Dr. Hazlett, Alex Grover doubling as Reporter/Frederick Jordan,Mark Linehan () as Homer Collins, Robert D. Murphy () as H.T. Carmichael, Jacob Sherburne as Jewell Estes, Rick Sherburne as Bee Doyle, Phil Thompson () as Lee Collins, Matthew Zahnzinger as Skeets Miller, and Teresa Winner Blume as Nellie Collins. [ Denotes member of Actors’ Equity; ** denotes member of Screen Actors’ Guild.]

Musical Director Dan Rodriguez (piano) conducts a band that features harmonica, violin, viola, cello, guitar/banjo, bass, and percussion.

This show has brief periods of blackout and is recommended for ages 12 and older.

About the Ticket Supplier: Moonbox Productions

Moonbox Productions is dedicated tapping the deep well of talent within our own communities to bring top quality theatrical experiences to stages throughout the greater Boston area. We are also committed to partnering with a local non-profit organization for each of our shows, helping them to raise awareness of their cause, create connections within the community, and increase the reach and impact of their work.