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Music Box Theatre (New York, NY)
239 West 45th St.

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Boxcar Extends CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF Through 9/5Boxcar Extends CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF Through 9/5
by BWW News Desk - Sep 5, 2010

With three successful concurrent openings under their belt and performing to old out audiences, Boxcar Theatre has announced they will extend another week adding seven additional performances to their Tennessee Williams in Repertory run. Described as, 'swift, lean and thoughtful' by Rob Avila from the Bay Guardian with 'enjoyable performances all around,' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof will perform Sunday, August 29 (7pm), Saturday, September 4 (8pm), and Sunday, September 5 (2pm). Linda Ayres-Frederick from the Bay Times hailed that A Streetcar Name Desire has 'enough delicious moments that capture the intricacies of the human spirit.' Streetcar will add two more performances Sunday, August 29 (2pm) and Sunday, September 5 (7pm). Opening last week, The Glass Menagerie will also add two more performances: Thursday, September 2 (8pm) and Friday, September 3 (8p). (more...)

Boxcar Ends Season with Tennessee Williams in Rep, 7/23-8/28Boxcar Ends Season with Tennessee Williams in Rep, 7/23-8/28
by BWW News Desk - Jul 23, 2010

This summer is going to be busy with Boxcar's biggest project to date: Three sizzling Tennessee Williams plays running in repertory. Sound insane for a black box theatre? That's exactly why Boxcar's Artistic Directors thought to do it. With three rolling openings one week after another, the ensemble will then go into a traditional nightly rep schedule with Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Directed by Jeffrey Hoffman), A Streetcar Named Desire (Directed by Rebecca Longworth) and The Glass Menagerie (Directed by Jessica Holt). The Tenn Will Project, as it is being referred to as by the artistic team, caps off a very ambitious 13-play season by Boxcar, and defines their season of 'Re-Imagining the Familiar.' (more...)

Boxcar Ends Season with Tennessee Williams in Rep, 7/23-8/28Boxcar Ends Season with Tennessee Williams in Rep, 7/23-8/28
by BWW News Desk - Jul 1, 2010

This summer is going to be busy with Boxcar's biggest project to date: Three sizzling Tennessee Williams plays running in repertory. Sound insane for a black box theatre? That's exactly why Boxcar's Artistic Directors thought to do it. With three rolling openings one week after another, the ensemble will then go into a traditional nightly rep schedule with Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Directed by Jeffrey Hoffman), A Streetcar Named Desire (Directed by Rebecca Longworth) and The Glass Menagerie (Directed by Jessica Holt). The Tenn Will Project, as it is being referred to as by the artistic team, caps off a very ambitious 13-play season by Boxcar, and defines their season of 'Re-Imagining the Familiar.' (more...)

Boxcar Ends Season with Tennessee Williams in Rep, 8/28Boxcar Ends Season with Tennessee Williams in Rep, 8/28
by BWW News Desk - Aug 28, 2010

This summer is going to be busy with Boxcar's biggest project to date: Three sizzling Tennessee Williams plays running in repertory. Sound insane for a black box theatre? That's exactly why Boxcar's Artistic Directors thought to do it. With three rolling openings one week after another, the ensemble will then go into a traditional nightly rep schedule with Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Directed by Jeffrey Hoffman), A Streetcar Named Desire (Directed by Rebecca Longworth) and The Glass Menagerie (Directed by Jessica Holt). The Tenn Will Project, as it is being referred to as by the artistic team, caps off a very ambitious 13-play season by Boxcar, and defines their season of 'Re-Imagining the Familiar.' (more...)

Boxcar Extends CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF Through 9/5Boxcar Extends CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF Through 9/5
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2010

With three successful concurrent openings under their belt and performing to old out audiences, Boxcar Theatre has announced they will extend another week adding seven additional performances to their Tennessee Williams in Repertory run. Described as, 'swift, lean and thoughtful' by Rob Avila from the Bay Guardian with 'enjoyable performances all around,' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof will perform Sunday, August 29 (7pm), Saturday, September 4 (8pm), and Sunday, September 5 (2pm). Linda Ayres-Frederick from the Bay Times hailed that A Streetcar Name Desire has 'enough delicious moments that capture the intricacies of the human spirit.' Streetcar will add two more performances Sunday, August 29 (2pm) and Sunday, September 5 (7pm). Opening last week, The Glass Menagerie will also add two more performances: Thursday, September 2 (8pm) and Friday, September 3 (8p). (more...)

 
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