Archive for 2005

February 20th, 2005

The Boston Globe

A bohemian in Brookline
James Parker, Globe Staff

| | $ |

Click to enlarge

Click to enlarge

 

BROOKLINE!-It ain’t easy, moving and shaking. Gabe Boyer–28-year- old playwright, pamphleteer, neophyte impresario–stood alone outside the Coolidge Corner Theatre at 2 o’clock last Saturday morning, sucking on a moody cigarette. Inside, in the upstairs theatre, a performance listed in the evening’s program as “Noel Webber and the Giant Translucent Bubble (Self-explanatory)” was taking place: musicians, dim keyboard-prodding shapes, played space- age boogie from the interior of a pillow-shaped inflatable device that completely filled the stage. The music blipped and burped as colored lights throbbed smearily through the semi-transparent plastic and the audience reclined, chatting, in a state of mild disenthrallment.

 

Read the rest of this entry »


February 9th, 2005

MUT006

Seven Nights in the Bedroom
Gabriel Chad Boyer

5.5" X 8.5" | 199 Pages | $12.50 | Now Available

Click image to enlarge.

Click image to enlarge.

 

This is the story of Bedroom Theater, how it came to be, and how it made its way onto the road. Persons came on a weekly basis, and left in a huff. Eventually I needed to re-evaluate my own psychological scheme, and that perhaps something more should be asked of a person than that they open up their bedroom once a week to a slew of strangers with a hankering for theater.

 

Read the rest of this entry »