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SAVING KITTY AT CENTRAL SQUARE THEATER: Hilarious, must-see play

SAVING KITTY AT CENTRAL SQUARE THEATER: Hilarious, must-see play

It may not be coincidence that the dominant character in Marisa Smith’s hilarious Saving Kitty is named Kate. Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner?, the 1968 Kate Hepburn movie, is not just an antecedent of Saving Kitty, it’s even mentioned in act one. The crucial difference here is that it’s the current decade, not the ‘60s,

MR. g AT THE CENTRAL SQUARE THEATER: A witty play about creating the universe

The creation of the universe was quite a job. Creating a play about it is no small feat, either. Mr. g was adapted from the book of the same name by novelist and astrophysicist Alan Lightman. The play’s director, Wesley Savick, wrote the theatrical adaptation, a doubleheader of duties he also implemented with Lightman’s previous

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