Tommy and I finally had a chance to go see something at the Apollinaire Theatre Company in Chelsea last week: a really great trio of absurdist plays, culminating in Jean Cocteaus' "Wedding on the Eiffel Tower", which I have always wanted to see staged. It really was a fun evening, outside, under the Tobin Bridge. The cast was really great, with my old friend Margaret Anne Brady in the company. This is the last week to catch it, so go check it out, it's really terrific, and it's FREE! Here's all the info below:
Last week to catch Apollinaire's FREE bilingual theater in the park.
"Eiffel Tower is hilarious. It underscores what Apollinaire does best: airy ensemble pieces performed with energy and commitment."-Boston HeraldPerformances run through this Saturday July 25 at 7:30English on Wed. Thurs. & Sat.Spanish on Fri.
Mary O'Malley Park is located on the waterfront in Chelsea just past the Tobin Bridge. Click here for directions. In case of rain, call: (617) 887-2336. Information and directions at apollinairetheatre.com