Boston Theater Marathon XI

Schedule of plays
By JEFFREY GANTZ  |  May 14, 2009


Noon–1 pm

Joan, Joan, Joan and Hitler by Ryan Landry/Gold Dust Orphans

But for the Grace of God by Laura Crook/Village Theatre Project

A Purge for a Poetaster by Robert Brustein/American Repertory Theatre

Safely Assumed by Andrea Fleck Clardy/Boston Playwrights' Theatre

A New Day by Lydia Diamond/Boston Center for American Performance


1-2 pm

St. Cloud by Vladimir Zelevinsky/Another Country Productions

White People by Ken Urban/Huntington Theatre Company Her Eyes by Scott McCrea/Cape Repertory Theatre

Missed Exit by Nina Mansfield/SpeakEasy Stage Company

Last Meal by Julia Harman Cain/Salem Theatre Company


2-3 pm

The Second Coming by Rosanna Yamagiwa Alfaro/Nora Theatre Co.

The Interview by Scott Malia/Emerson Stage

Lifer byToby Armour/Our Place Theatre Project

Please Report Any Suspicious Activity by Rick Park/Phoenix Theatre

Recognition by Patrick Gabridge/Wellesley Summer Theatre


3-4 pm

Lockdown by George Brant/Perishable Theatre

Annie Desmond Gets a Tattoo by Kirsten Greenidge/Company One

Small Window by George Sauer/Centastage

The Liquidation of the Cohn Estate by Edmond Caldwell/Stoneham Theatre

Inheriting Cleo by Stephen Faria/Actors' Studio of Newburyport


4-5 pm

Nesting by Karmo Sanders/Holland Productions

Sugar Glider by William Donnelly/Battleground State

The Pre-Nup by Marisa Smith/Foothills Theatre

Be the Hunter by Tom Coash/Fort Point Theatre Channel

When No One Comes Calling by George Spelvin/Rough & Tumble

5-6 pm

The Great Mail Robbery by Jeanne Beckwith/Shakespeare & Co.

Close Your Eyes by Erin Striff/Boston Actors Theater

Sur La Maison by Michael J. Grady/Elemental Theatre Collective

No Skating by Dana Biscotti Myskowski/Actors' Shakespeare Project

The Sweep by Gary Garrison/Zeitgeist Stage Company

6-7 pm

Waiting for Gretchen by Susan Kosoff/Wheelock Family Theatre

Gwen & Evelyn by Paul H. Goodwin/Blackburn Performing Arts

Mikey D. by John Shea/Orfeo Group

The Sentry by Michael Tooher/Boston Children's Theatre

Headbanger by Ronan Noone/New Repertory Theatre

7-8 pm

Family First by Regina Eliot-Ramsey/Playwrights' Platform

If at First . . . by John Edward O'Brien/Mill 6 Theatre Collaborative

Gone by Ed Bullins/Roxbury Crossroads Theatre

Trofimov, A Student by William Orem/Image Theater

Not Funny by Christopher Lockheardt/Metro Stage Company

8-9 pm

Class Act, Version 379 by Holly L. Jensen/Turtle Lane Playhouse

Boundless As the Sea by Susan Thompson/Pilgrim Theatre

Perspective by Peter M. Floyd/FortyMagnolias Productions

Abraham and Sarah by Alan Brody/Underground Railway Theater

Importees by Dana Yeaton/Riverside Theatre Works

9-10 pm

Laying the Smack Down in Cambridge by Jonathan Busch/Lyric Stage

Nine Lives by Danielle Slepian/Apollinaire Theatre Company

Sarasota by Melinda Lopez/Publick Theatre

What Strong Fences Make by Israel Horovitz/Barefoot Theatre & GSC

Talkback by Jack Neary/New Century Theatre

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