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Did you catch an opening weekend performance of The Twilight Zone at BU or Miss Saigon at EPAC as BAM reviewers Nancy Oliveri and George Basler did? Were you gallery-hopping during First Friday? Or perhaps you just caught a good act playing at a bar? How were the arts part of YOUR weekend? Please join in the conversation....
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Reviewed by George Basler Miss Saigon is a story of love and sacrifice set amidst one of the ugliest and most misbegotten wars in American history. It’s a credit to the Endicott Performing Arts Center Repertory Company that both the sacrifice and ugliness come through clearly in a production that opened this past weekend (March 7-9) at the Endicott theater. The show, which continues this weekend (March 14-16), is stunning in every respect from the stellar leads to strong supporting players to a fine ensemble. Lorraine Tennant’s direction is also...
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