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25 events
17 reviews
2 stars
No need to get there early, seating didn't open until 15 mins before showtime
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21 events
11 reviews
4 stars
Have dinner at the Beehive, in the same complex. Sit at the bar and have apps and one of their great cocktails. Very affordable for a downtown dining experience. And then the play is two doors down.
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"Circle Mirror Transformation"
6 ratings
3.7 average rating
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44 events
15 reviews
2 stars
attended Oct 24 2010

The piece was beautifully acted and produced. The play itself was well structured, but the characters lacked a three dimensionality that could have drawn us profoundly into their lives.

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20 events
11 reviews
1 stars
attended Nov 05 2010

This is a play set in a fictional small town in Vermont, which takes place between four adult ed drama class students and their teacher over the course of their six-week class. It uses drama exercises and break-time chat as the vehicle to depict...continued

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16 events
5 reviews
22 stars
attended Nov 13 2010

I found this event very insightful. All they really used were a mirrior, small props, examples: beach ball I belieave and a hula hoop, and of course the stage.

Just a simple production about life in a drama class.

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Quotes & Highlights

“Absorbing, unblinking, and sharply funny!”  —_The New York Times  _


Written by Annie Baker

Directed by Melia Bensussen

This fall, three Boston theatre companies will team up to produce breakout writer Annie Baker’s first three plays — Circle Mirror Transformation, produced by the Huntington Theatre Company (October 15 — November 14), Body Awareness, produced by SpeakEasy Stage Company (October 22 — November 20), and The Aliens, produced by Company One (October 22 — November 20). All set in the fictional town of Shirley, VT, the plays will run together in the first-ever festival dedicated to the work of this wryly observant young writer. The plays present a special opportunity to examine the rich and varied lives of a small town filled with humor, good intentions, unintended consequences, and accidental beauty.

About the Ticket Supplier: Huntington Theatre Company

Recipient of the 2013 Regional Theatre Tony Award and Boston magazine’s 2013 Best of Boston award, The Huntington Theatre Company is Boston’s leading professional theatre and one of the region’s premiere culture assets. Under the direction of Artistic Director Peter DuBois and Managing Director Michael Maso and in residence at Boston University, the Huntington creates seven new productions each season featuring world-class theatre artists from Boston and Broadway and the most promising new talent.