Boston Premiere of Be a Good Little Widow, a Sad Comedy About Loss
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The last date listed for Be A Good Little Widow was Sunday August 12, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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The competition is fierce, fast, funny and family-friendly at this ingenious improv show that pits two teams of sharp-witted performers against each other in an all-out battle for comedy supremacy. With the audience providing suggestions and ultimately proclaiming winners, the squads are challenged to come up with scenes, bits and songs on the spot, in the spirit of TV's Whose Line Is It Anyway? A referee watches the action, calling fouls and keeping score, as the players compete in seven to 12 different improv games each time, out of a repertoire of more than 100. You'll never see the same show twice, and they keep it clean for the kids. Learn More
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Excellent! Everything, the performances, the play, the intimacy of the stage. I highly recommend it.
Just notice this IS NOT on the Somerville Theater, but on the Davis Square Theater. They are less than a block away from each other. The...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“Delicately satisfying…[Ms. Brunstetter] writes fresh, unfussy dialogue and characters who earn their laughs and emotional moments by honest means.” —The New York Times
“Bekah Brunstetter’s powerful new play marries the humor and sadness of grief. Her multidimensional characters’ pain radiated through my veins, and at the end, I just wanted to feel it all over again. Critic’s Pick.” —_Backstage _
Tickets to the August 5th show include a post-performance talk-back with playwright Bekah Brunstetter.
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