|I remember the day I fell in love with live theatre. Thirty years ago, Sylvia and I saw an unfamiliar play in a small, non-descript theatre with not (yet) famous actors. The play was called Sus (short for “suspect”.) I had seen plays before, but Sus blew my mind and my soul. It was so challenging and deeply, deeply moving. The writing was brilliant, the acting was stunningly good, and it was such an intimate and personal experience.
Sylvia and I were then hooked on live, intimate theatre. Fast forward twenty years and Boston Court launched its first play. We fell in love with Boston Court because we found:
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Pat & Sylvia Holmes
"If I were an American playwright wanting an assured, smartly challenging staging of my latest play, I'd put Boston Court at the top of my wish list." -LA Times Critic, Charles McNulty
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