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Sunday, May 31, 2009

Tonight @ The Boulevard Ensemble Studio Theatre, 2:30 p.m.

The Boulevard Theatre in Bay View went the extra mile on their set for their premiere of Beth Monhollen’s Stations of the Cross, a comic series of monologues that makes thematic parallels between waiting tables and the Stations of the Cross in Christian literature. The storefront space on Kinnickinnick Avenue has been affixed with restaurant-styled tables, chairs and carts. The cast of eight are all dressed in traditional waiting garb, and each takes turns performing monologues with the aid of the rest of the cast as extras. Between each...
Saturday, May 30, 2009

Tonight @ The Boulevard Ensemble Studio Theatre, 8 p.m.

The Boulevard Theatre in Bay View went the extra mile on their set for their premiere of Beth Monhollen’s Stations of the Cross, a comic series of monologues that makes thematic parallels between waiting tables and the Stations of the Cross in Christian literature. The storefront space on Kinnickinnick Avenue has been affixed with restaurant-styled tables, chairs and carts. The cast of eight are all dressed in traditional waiting garb, and each takes turns performing monologues with the aid of the rest of the cast as extras. Between each of the...
Friday, May 29, 2009

Tonight @ The Boulevard Ensemble Studio Theatre, 8 p.m.

The Boulevard Theatre in Bay View went the extra mile on their set for their premiere of Beth Monhollen’s Stations of the Cross, a comic series of monologues that makes thematic parallels between waiting tables and the Stations of the Cross in Christian literature. The storefront space on Kinnickinnick Avenue has been affixed with restaurant-styled tables, chairs and carts. The cast of eight are all dressed in traditional waiting garb, and each takes turns performing monologues with the aid of the rest of the cast as extras. Between each
05.24.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
Boulevard Theatre’s Stations of the Cross is a savvy comedy that combines the comic appeal of waiting tables with the comedy of Catholicism. Written by Beth Monhollen, the show has debuted to a very successful run with the Boulevard, behaving exactly the way savvy, appealing comedies do: it’s sold out of numerous performances. Knowing a good thing when they see it, the Boulevard has once again...
Sunday, May 24, 2009

Tonight @ The Boulevard Ensemble Studio Theatre, 2:30 p.m.

The Boulevard Theatre in Bay View went the extra mile on their set for their premiere of Beth Monhollen’s Stations of the Cross, a comic series of monologues that makes thematic parallels between waiting tables and the Stations of the Cross in Christian literature. The storefront space on Kinnickinnick Avenue has been affixed with restaurant-styled tables, chairs and carts. The cast of eight are all dressed in traditional waiting garb, and each takes turns performing monologues with the aid of the rest of the cast as extras. Between each...
Saturday, May 23, 2009

Tonight @ The Boulevard Ensemble Studio Theatre, 8 p.m.

The Boulevard Theatre in Bay View went the extra mile on their set for their premiere of Beth Monhollen’s Stations of the Cross, a comic series of monologues that makes thematic parallels between waiting tables and the Stations of the Cross in Christian literature. The storefront space on Kinnickinnick Avenue has been affixed with restaurant-styled tables, chairs and carts. The cast of eight are all dressed in traditional waiting garb, and each takes turns performing monologues with the aid of the rest of the cast as extras. Between each of...
Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Theater Review

Boulevard Ensemble Studio Theatre is fearless when it comes to pushing boundaries, thanks in large part to the creative vision of Artistic Director Mark Bucher. Sometimes it works, sometimes it's over the top, but it's always a wild, distinctive ride. Boulevard's season closer, Stations of the Cross, continues to move the company in yet another new direction in this original piece...
Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Theater Preview

According to a 2005 estimate by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 2.2 million waiters and waitresses are currently working in the United States. Given the profession's high turnover rate, it's fair to say that a sizable number of Americans have waited tables over the years. With its universal struggles, it's a job that just about everyone can relate to-and now it's getting the holy treatment...

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