after all the terrible things I do is ‘layered’ and ‘riveting’

5 Jun
Opening Shift

Tina Chilip and Zach Booth in after all the terrible things I do. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.

The reviews of The Huntington’s production of after all the terrible things I do have been encouragingly positive! It’s never the point, but it’s always a relief.

A layered ‘terrible things’ at the Huntington (Boston Globe, June 5, 2015)

Riveting Examination of Guilt and Forgiveness in ‘terrible things’ at the Huntington (WBUR The ARTery, June 5, 2015)

When the Huntington and Company One put the “celebration” idea together, the extent to which people would be wondering whether my work was worth celebrating never really set in. All I really thought was, “Oh, yay — two productions at once! I’ll be busy in May/June, and I’ll have money for cookies!” Thankfully, though…

All in all, “terrible things,’’ whose title is drawn from a Frank O’Hara poem, confirms that Pamatmat warrants the copious attention being paid to him in Boston at the moment.

—The Boston Globe

Opening Shift 2

Photo by T. Charles Erickson.

And…

If the Huntington and Company One are positing that [Pamatmat’s] is an important new voice to hear, this production of “after all the terrible things I do” makes the first half of a convincing case.

— The ARTery

Also, as mentioned previously Company One’s Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them started previews last night and will open tomorrow. And tonight is BosTEEN night, so send your younglings to the Calderwood where students can get $10 tickets to the show!

Finally, I haven’t mentioned a workshop I have coming up yet, because it seemed so far in the future. And now, wouldn’t you know it, it’s right around the corner! The Lark is mounting a Studio Retreat of my newest play House Rules with public presentations on June 15 @ 7pm and June 16 @ 3pm. Once Edith is open and casting is set for the Studio Retreat, I’ll post something more official. For now, you can reserve a spot for either showing on The Lark’s website.

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One Response to “after all the terrible things I do is ‘layered’ and ‘riveting’”

  1. Y York June 5, 2015 at 12:41 pm #

    of course it is. congrats. bye y Y York http://www.yyork.com “Don’t believe everything you think.”

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