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OUR 38th SEASON
Travesties

TRAVESTIES
by Tom Stoppard

Directed by Diego Arciniegas

Plaza Theatre at the Boston Center for the Arts
April 10-May 3

Join Henry Carr- dubious British diplomat and amateur thespian- on a whirlwind trip down memory lane to Zurich 1917, in Tom Stoppard’s witty and riotous examination of the politics of art, the art of revolution, and The Importance of Being Earnest.


The Seagull

THE SEAGULL
by Anton Chekhov
Directed by Diego Arciniegas

Christian Herter Park, Brighton
July 9-September 7 - Preview Performances July 3-6

Anton Chekhov’s classic emerges, in a new original translation by Diego Arciniegas, as a complex and ironic dark comedy, wrapped tightly within the powerful tendons of unrequited love, jealousy, regret and artistic ambition.

Performed in Repertory with HAY FEVER
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Hay Fever

HAY FEVER
by Noel Coward
Directed by Diego Arciniegas

Christian Herter Park, Brighton
July 30-September 14 - Preview Performances July 24-27

Spend a raucous weekend in the country with the Bliss family as they play host to a quartet of bewildered guests, in Noel Coward’s incomparable domestic comedy exposing the surreal lives of the creative class.

Performed in Repertory with THE SEAGULL
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Faith Healer

FAITH HEALER
by Brian Friel
Directed by Nora Hussey

Plaza Black Box Theatre at the Boston Center for the Arts
October 23-November 22

The contrasting memories of an itinerant Irish healer, his enduring wife, and colorful business manager combine to pose searing questions about the power of art to simultaneously deceive and inspire, to ruin and to heal.

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