One Nation, Indeterminable
A theatrical response to our nation's current climate.
**Traffic Advisory for Saturday, June 10th - Public Transportation Encouraged (see below for details)**
One Nation, Indeterminable continues The Suffolk University Theatre Department's commitment to alumni and students to support socially-engaged work for the stage. Join us for five new play readings.
Playwrights include American Repertory Theatre Founder and Artistic Director Emeritus Robert Brustein; National Book Award winning author James Carroll; Suffolk Professor of Theatre Wesley Savick, playwright of Car Talk: The Musical!!!; and Suffolk alumni Theo Goodell and Nick Wilson.
Sponsored by The Suffolk University Theatre Department and The Poets' Theatre.
James Carroll..........Midnight Ride
Robert Brustein.......The Naked Donald
Theo Goodell..........I Live on Land
Wesley Savick........one state, two state
red state, blue state
a new musical
Saturday, June 10, 2017
General Admission: 2pm ($5) | 7pm ($5) or call 866-811-4111
**On Saturday, June 10th, Boston Pride Parade participants will gather on Boylston Street between Clarendon and Dalton Streets. The parade will begin at 12 PM with marchers proceeding on Clarendon Street, left on Tremont Street, left on Berkeley Street, right on Boylston Street, left on Charles Street, right on Beacon Street, left on Tremont Street, straight on Cambridge Street, right onto City Hall Plaza. Streets along the route will be closed to traffic through approximately 4 PM.
The Pride Women's Block Party will take place from 12 PM to 7 PM. LaGrange Street from Tremont to Washington Street, will be closed to traffic for the duration.
More information can be found on the City of Boston's Transportation Department website: