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Interview with the Director of TJ Loves Sally, Pascale Florestal where we discuss the production process, the We See You White American Theater movement, and her hopes for the landscape of Boston theatre post-pandemic.
Meet the cast of TJ Loves Sally 4 Ever!
What everyone hoped would be just a short intermission has now run a year. It’s been a time for resilience and reinvention, according to SpeakEasy Founder and Producing Artistic Director Paul Daigneault, who shares his thoughts on the challenges of the past twelve months in this exclusive interview.
The Pink Unicorn explores a lot of complex topics surrounding gender – but an 80-minute performance can only be the beginning of the conversation.
A land acknowledgement is a formal statement of recognition that we are operating on and benefiting directly from land that rightfully belongs to Indigenous communities, taken without consent.
We at SpeakEasy Stage stand in solidarity with those calling for justice and radical change.
Theatre can only be the beginning. Here are some additional resources for bringing the conversation of TJ Loves Sally 4 Ever further into your life.
SpeakEasy Stage Company is seeking proposals from New England based playwrights for currently unwritten, location-specific, ten-minute monologues for our devised piece, The Boston Project: Project Resilience.
Leigh Barrett, a member of Boston Theatre royalty and SpeakEasy alum.
Erica Spyres has starred on Broadway, been a part of national tours, and graced concert stages around the world. And although she grew up in the Ozarks, Bostonians tend to claim her as their own, for this is where she made her professional stage debut and honed her craft.
Curly in Oklahoma!, Tony in West Side Story, Rapunzel’s Prince in Into the Woods — there’s no role too big or song too tough for Sam Simahk, who has wowed audiences across the country over the past decade from Broadway to Houston, Texas to Fenway Park. Even at SpeakEasy, audiences have seen Sam command the stage with his powerful voice in Big Fish, and with no words at all in Small Mouth Sounds. With Sam back with us virtually for our 30th Anniversary Benefit Concert, we thought we’d ask him a few questions about his one-of-a-kind career – and if he has any advice for SpeakEasy on turning 30.