A two hours’ sail across Massachusetts Bay from Boston lies the heart of American theatre: a historic fishing village where tavern signs and carriage lamps invite visitors into venues dotting the narrow streets.
Despite what some may think, seeing a playwright acting in their own work is a fairly common occurrence. For LyaNisha Gonzalez it’s just another day at the office. She will star in her newest play, Black Girl, Interrupted, which runs October 24th to 27th and October 31st to November 3rd in the Maedgen Theatre.
For most of my education, fall semesters smelled like mimeograph ink. When professors handing out well, anything paper, students would smell it. And that’s what this fall semester smells like. So much of that has to do with our new building.