Recommended by Fabiola R. Decius

  • Lois Returns
    1 May. 2022
    I had the opportunity to view this play as part of the Boston Theater Marathon XXIV. I was engrossed with Lois from start to finish with this comedic piece, but we need to get her back on a call with her therapist. I want to hear more about Lois' adventures with Peter Parker.
  • Weathered
    1 May. 2022
    I had the opportunity to view this play as part of the Boston Theater Marathon XXIV. This is such an intriguing piece on the effects of climate change and wanting to hold onto what is. I feel for Alice and hope that in the end, she is able to weather this storm (both physically and mentally).
  • Escape from Faux Pas
    1 May. 2022
    I had the opportunity to view this play as part of the Boston Theater Marathon XXIV. It's a comedic reminder of why you should not open other people's mail. In addition to being a federal offense, opening this particular package may be a sexual offense too (or maybe not).
  • Things You Should Know When Setting up an Ofrenda
    1 May. 2022
    I had the opportunity to view this play as part of the Boston Theater Marathon XXIV. It's such an informative, but also an engaging piece, about the significance of the Día de los Muertos. As an educator, I definitely feel it could be an important play to use within the classroom and add as part of a curriculum for anyone who is teaching about the Day of the Dead.
  • Legacy
    1 May. 2022
    I had the opportunity to view this play as part of the Boston Theater Marathon XXIV. Each of the characters are captivating and I relished at the moment between Toni and the waitress, but the conversation between Tiffani/Harper and their mother, Toni, is what really got me. It's such an endearing moment for a parent to love and accept their child for who they really are (just as long as they attend an HBCU).
  • Playing Chopsticks
    1 May. 2022
    I had the opportunity to view this play as part of the Boston Theater Marathon XXIV. It's such an engaging piece from the first few lines of dialogues when we learn just what makes Audrey such a great candidate for this position. And towards the end of the play, the line, "Inherited background doesn't make you a cultural expert" stays with me and is something that I will be thinking about a little more.
  • Allie
    1 May. 2022
    I had the opportunity to view this play as part of the Boston Theater Marathon XXIV. It's such a warm sci-fi piece that makes me long for actual technology with the capabilities to reconnect with loved ones who are no longer with us to get the closure we often (and sometimes desperately) need.
  • Leslie and Milton
    1 May. 2022
    I had the opportunity to view this play as part of the Boston Theater Marathon XXIV. It's such a gut-wrenching, and at times even comedic, honest depiction of a relationship between an aging parent and their adult child. This heart-to-heart conversation was needed and I hope that neither Leslie nor Milton forget this moment.