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PAGE 6 POST-GAZE'FrE, AUGUST 25, 2017 New Repertory Theatre Presents the Boston-area Premiere of IDEATION by Aaron Loeb, Directed by Jim Petosa September 2-24, 2017 "This season, we felt com- pelled to look at the resilience of the human spirit," says Artistic Director Jim Petosa. "At a time when it is increasingly difficult to decipher truth from fallacy in politics and the news, Ideation allows us to explore actions of thought in the creation of realities. In this thrilling and darkly comic mystery, the truth becomes so twisted that we begin to question everything. We're asking those who see the show to please spread the word, but don't give away the ending!" "After the tremendous suc- cess of last year, we're thrilled to present another remarkable season at New Rep," says Man- aging Director Harriet Sheets. "Our first production of the season takes us deep into the inner-workings of a fast-paced consulting firm and their A-list team. Joining us on that team are a number of New Rep regu- lars: Christine Hamel, Lewis D. Wheeler, and Ed Hoopman, along with Jake Murphy, who made his New Rep debut last season, and newcomer Matt I U _J ._A __J ,-J .,.J Ketai. We welcome them all for what is sure to be one of our most talked about productions of the season!" In Aaron Loeb's darkly comic psychological thriller, a group of top-tier consultants are tasked with a mysterious project for an unnamed client. The team must come up with a solution to a morally and ethi- cally ambiguous hypothetical -- one that threatens to tear the team apart. Ideation is a captivating new work that will leave you on the edge of your seat. CHRISTINE HAMEL* (Han- nah) returns to the New Reper- tory Theatre after performing in Brecht on Brecht, Broken Glass, On the Verge, Ragtime, and Sweeney Todd. ED HOOPMAN* (Ted) returns to the New Repertory The- atre after performing in Mister Roberts, Indulgences, and tour- ing productions of Macbeth and Hamlet, Recent credits include Camelot (Lyric Stage Company); and Finish Line (Boston Theater Company/Boch Center). Mosesian Center for the Arts, 321 Arsenal Street, Watertown; MA 02472 For more information, call 617-923-8487 or go to www. Ogunquit Pla 71 s e c *t 0n&ed with Special Guests During HEARTBREAK HOTEL Rehearsal ST. LUCY Feast & Procession - Thacher, Endicott & N. Margin Streets August24 5 pm ST. ANTHONY August 25, 26, 27 Thacher, Endicott & N. Margin Streets Sunday Procession 12 pm ST. ROSALIA di PALERMO Procession Only - North Square September 10 I pm Lawrence, MA FEAST OF THE THREE SAINTS September 1,2, 3 Saints Alfio, Filadelfo and Cirino Common & Union Streets, Lawrence Sunday Procession 3 pm Cambridge Festival SS COSMAS AND DAMIAN September 8, 9, 10 Warren and Cambridge Streets, Cambridge Sunday Procession I pm Ristorante "Saraceno " in Boston at 286 Hanover Street 617.227.5353 Ristorante and Pizzeria ' ella Vista"" in Boston 288 Hanover Street Tel. 367.4999 Franco Pezzano Lucia Pezzano As the world turns its atten- the musical, Elvis' music, and Business Development; Katie Proprietor Proprietor tion to Gracela d this weekhis cultural impact on America Jones, VP Entertainment; Jim to honor the 40 Anniversaryas he became the King of Rock Gibb, Creative Director for ABG. of Elvis Presley's passing, the 'n' RoU. Pictured with Bradford Heartbreak Hotel is on stage Authentic Brand Group (ABG)/ T. Kenney, Ogunquit Playhouse at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Elvis-Presley Enterprises visited Executive Artistic Director, are Ogunquit, ME, from August 304 the'Cast Of-the Ogunquit Play- Floyd and Birgitte Mut_rux, cre- to September 30% This world house world premiere produc- ators of the new musical; Jamie premiere musical features hit tion of Heartbreak Hotel during Bende11 from Big Block LA; the songs from the King himseK as rehearsal in New York City cast and creative team of Heart- weU as the legends who infiu- today. They got a sneak peak of break Hotel; Marc Rosen, SVP enced his iconic music, with chart-toppers including "Blue Suede Shoes," "Tutti Frutti," l "That's All Right Mamma," (,.-..~], ~ L LO M "Shake Rattle and RoU," and, of att6o GoIo course, "Heartbreak Hotel." For more informationl go to www. ~~dcisi8 or call Approisols 207-646-5511. ri Ogunquit Playhouse 10 Main k ) Soles & Rentols Street, Ogunquit, ME. A Classic C ar Parlor If'- DIAMONDS, ROL .EX . | ESTATE JEWELRY l 376 North Street Boston, MA 02113 [ Bought & Sold [ Boston's largest private cigarlockers & museum (617) 523-2100 * Fax (617) 523-3530 Jewelem Exeh. Bldg. ) food offerings, cigar offerings, and top shelf liqueur ~,~ Jim (617) ~1-77~ J 292 Hanover Street * Boston, Massachusetts 617-227-0295