Catching Keiller’s "White Rabbit, Red Rabbit"

It’s hard to articulate exactly what I saw when I witnessed Maureen Keiller’s remarkable performance in the emerging hit White Rabbit, Red Rabbitby Nassim Soleimanpour. The one-man (or woman) play, produced as limited one-night engagements featuring other popular Boston actors such as Victor Shopov and John Kuntz, is a treat for anyone interested in the powerful quality of seeing art and story be created before your eyes. Zeitgeist Stage Company is known for taking risks, some of them successful and some less so, but always with an eye and ear for shaking up the Boston theatre scene. White Rabbit, Red Rabbit may be their most unique treat to date.

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Zeitgeist’s "The Normal Heart" Beats With Greatness

I believe that one point of theatre is to recognize the power of discussion and the poignancy of learning from watching others. Such discourse allows communities to react with knowledge, motivation, and purpose. To that end, Zeitgeist Stage Company performed a smart and heart-wrenching production of Larry Kramer’s The Normal Heart. Helmed by veteran director David Miller, the cast performs the iconic show with such raw emotion, making the show come alive for a new generation of audience members and creating the perfect journey for their characters and the audience.

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"Punk Rock" Showcases Some Impressive Young Talent

Zeitgeist Stage Company offers a treat in its most recent production of Punk Rock, a rarely-performed British drama by Simon Stephens. Performed in the intimate Plaza Black Box and using an alley-way set design with simple chairs and tables, the focus of this production is on the actors and their characters. With few exits and entrances, the actors are forced to stretch themselves to their breaking point onstage in some intense and emotionally demanding moments. Luckily, these young actors rise to the challenge with some performances exceeding expectations.

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