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Lucky Stiff is a Hilarious, Goofy Musical with a Big Heart (4.5 stars)

‘Company’ Shows the Many Complexities of Marriage, Set to Jazz (4.5 stars)

World War II Day at Battleship Cove (5 stars)

Astronomers at Arunah Hill Days Make You Feel Right at Home (5 stars)

Matt and Ben Foreshadows Stardom for Its Characters, and Possibly the Production, Too (4.5 stars)

Anna Deavere-Smith is So Much More Than a “One-Woman Show” in Notes from the Field: Doing Time in Education (5 stars)

Boston’s Unscripted Music Project is an Improvised Musical Theatre Comedy Show (4 stars)

Old School Game Show is an Interactive Theatre Experience and Cabaret You Should See (4.5 stars)

I’ve Got an Unhealthy Obsession with Lovepop Gift Cards, But It’s Cool

Singin’ in the Rain Will Have you Singin’ in the Shower All Week Long (4.5 stars)

BHP Charms With Darkly Comic and Touching ‘A Man of No Importance’ (4.5 Stars)

Dog Paddle is a Slap in the Face that Might Be Just What We Need (5 stars)

Gershwin Score, Great Cast Light Up Reagle’s ‘Crazy for You’ (5 Stars)

Best of Improv Asylum Vists Laugh Boston for a Big Night Out (4 stars)

Feel Alive and Accepted at The Donkey Show’s Inclusive, Theatre Nightclub Party (5 Stars)

Spooky Macbeth is Regional Theatre in a Nation-Class Setting (4 stars)

Love’s Labour’s Lost is a Delight of Silly Physical Comedy, But Not Shakespeare’s Best Work (4 stars)

Destroy the Earth and Visit Masters of the Past at the Springfield Museums

Live Latino History for a Night through Outdoor, Interactive ‘Once a Blue Moon’ (5 Stars)

Yellow Face: Where a White Guy Can Become Asian, or Can He? (5 Stars)

Company One’s ‘T Party’ Educates and Entertains (4 Stars)

Mary Poppins is a Family Favorite, a Great Production (5 stars)

If You Don’t See Cuisine & Confessions, You Are A Damn Fool (5 Stars)

Gloucester Stage Delivers Hilariously Dark Comedy with ‘The Last Schwartz’ (4.5 Stars)

After More Than 25 Years, Paintings by Boston’s Own Impressionist, Childe Hassam, Can Be Seen Again (5 Stars)

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