Venue Details

36 Star Starred
Lyric Stage Company of Boston
Between Trinity Pl and Stuart St 140 Clarendon Street Boston, MA 02116
617-585-5678
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Audrey Cunningham
The Lyric Stage is a short walk from the Copley T station, and parking is $7 in the evenings with validation at a nearby garage
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JHL
Go to Chinatown to eat. There are decent expensive place fairly close to the Lyric.
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Reviews & Ratings

38 ratings
3.9 average rating
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29 events
7 reviews
6 stars
attended Jan 10 2014

Horrible songs, horrible writing, attractions choreography, barely passable acting. The worst Lyric stage show I've ever seen. Stay away!

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16 events
3 reviews
7 stars
attended Jan 09 2014

It was wonderful. Great performance and excellent message to think about it.

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26 events
15 reviews
0 stars
attended Jan 10 2014

the seats were great. The singers were not very powerful and should have been on mics. At times the live band was overpowering them.

The actors were very good but needed much stronger singers for a production like this. This is a musical not a...continued

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Website

https://www.lyricstage.com/productions/production.cfm?ID=71

Description

Running time is approximately one hour and 45 minutes with no intermission.

The show contains adult language and some descriptions of adult situations. It’s recommended for high school age and older.

From the everyday lives of “ordinary” working people comes a musical that’s anything but ordinary. Adapted by Stephen Schwartz (Pippin, Godspell, Wicked_) from Studs Terkel’s magnificent oral history, Working_ reveals the hopes, dreams, joys, and concerns of the average working American by following them through one 24-hour workday. Schwartz wrote the songs along with James Taylor, Lin-Manuel Miranda (In the Heights) and others, creating an inspired eclectic, tuneful, moving and uplifting score.