Lines will be drawn...
Hub Theatre Company of Boston opens its highly anticipated fourth season with Yasmina Reza’s Tony-award winning play ‘ART’ starring John Geoffrion, Bob Mussett and Victor Shopov at First Church in Boston, Friday, April 8 through Saturday, April 23, 2016. You won't want to miss the play Newsweek describes as "a marriage of Molière and Woody Allen."
What is art, what is friendship, and which is more important? Life-long friends Serge, Marc and Yvan are about to find out! After Serge spends a small fortune on an unusual piece of modern art, he expects Marc and Yvan to be as excited as he is. Instead, words fly and sparks ignite as the men square off over the canvas. Lines are drawn (both literally and figuratively) and their ensuing battle grows to encompass not just the painting but past failures and personal failings. With white-hot wisecracks and discerning commentary, ‘ART' is a sophisticated, humorous and provocative evening of theatre.
IRNE award nominee Daniel Bourque directs a talented trio of Boston’s finest actors: John Geoffrion (IRNE award winner), Bob Mussett (IRNE award nominee) and Victor Shopov (IRNE and Elliot Norton award winner) in this wickedly contentious and wildly comedic play that will keep you pondering the significance of friendship and the value of art long after you leave the theatre.
Donations of art supplies will be collected at each performance for local schools
Photos by Tim Gurczak
Producer - Lauren Elias
Production Associate - Rob Orzalli
Stage Manager - Caitlin Mason
Assistant Stage Manager - Kristen Heider
Set and Prop Design - Megan Kineen
Lighting Design - Christopher Bocchiaro
Costume Design - Ana-Sofia Meneses
Sound Design & Music - Kyle Lampe
Fight Director - Rebecca Miller
Poster Art - Cristhian Mancinas-Garcia
Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.
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First Church Boston
66 Marlborough St
Take any Green Line trolley to Arlington or Copley
also, Back Bay (Orange Line, Commuter Rail) is nearby
The church is on the corner of Marlborough and Berkeley Streets, in the Back Bay area of Boston.
Limited metered street parking in area.
Most meters free after 6pm and Sundays.
Please allow extra time for parking.
1 hr 30 min, with no intermission
Appropriate for ages 12+
Some PG-13 language, men behaving badly, etc.
The church is fully wheelchair accessible.
Gender-neutral bathrooms available.