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Season 14 - 2012
The T Plays IV: Rush Hour

Season 13 - 2011
The Monster Tales
The T Plays III

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Season 12 - 2010
The T Plays 2010
A Stone on the Water
Eat, Pray, Smoke

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Season 11 - 2009
Bunbury: A Serious Play for Trivial People
If at First...
My Name is Leslie

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Season 10 - 2008
The T Plays 2008      (See all photos)
The Mill 6 Tenth Anniversary Jamboree- The Coarse Acting: Moby Dick
FeverFest 2008: Aether

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Season 9 - 2007
Match
Polish Pictures
Fate

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Season 8 - 2006
Underneath the Lintel
The Tree Thing
My Name is Leslie
Ten Minute Clinic

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Season 7 - 2005
Trojan Whore
Clam and Herschel Go To The Market


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Season 6 - 2004
Shakespeare’s R & J
The Saving
Ingulf
The Play About the Baby

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Season 5 - 2003
Three Pieces of Ass
The Last Adventure of Lance Adventure
Try Not to Step on the Naked Man
Boise Idaho

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Season 4 - 2002
This is a Play
Boise Idaho
Café Society (reading)

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Season 3 - 2001
Stay the Coarse
Tent Meeting


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Season 2 - 2000
Café Society


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Season 1 - 1998-1999
A Coarse Evening
The Henriad (reading)
To The Wedding (reading)

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Season 13 - 2011     See all photos

The T Plays III     See all T Plays III photos

Lights designed by Greg Jutkiewicz
Sound designed by Barlow Adamson
Production Stage Manager Ben Janey
Photographs by Meg Taintor

Audience Favorite: 88 is the 88th Loneliest Number
Written by Dan Milstein & Kristin Baker, directed by Antoine A. Gagnon
Cast: Kelley Estes, Nathaniel Gundy and Matt Chapuran

Not My Mormons
Written by Richard Snee, directed by Melanie Garber
Cast: Brian Bernhard and Lindsay Eagle

Stolen Breath
Written by Rick Park, directed by Chris Anton
Cast: Mal Malme and Robyn Linden

Agent Orange
Written Jess Martin, directed by Barlow Adamson
Cast: Shelley Brown and Kim Anton Myatt

SL2
Written by Dawn Simmons, directed by Darren Evans
Cast: Greer Rooney and Jeff Mahoney

Myrtle Dick
Written by John J. King, directed by Matthew Woods
Cast: Molly Kimmerling and Louise Hamill

Striking out the Peanut Man
Written by John Greiner-Ferris, directed by Meg Taintor
Cast: Derek Fraser and Matt Chapuran

The Monster Tales written by Mary Jett Parsley

Directed by Barlow Adamson & John O’Brien,
Set Pieces and Props by Brett Bundock
Lights Designed by Greg Jutkiewicz
Sound Designed by Barlow Adamson
Cast: Elizabeth A. Rimar and Becca A. Lewis


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Season 12 - 2010     See all photos

A Stone on the Water written by Chris Keating

Directed by John Edward O'Brien
Cast: Jonathan Michael Anderson and Greer Rooney
Performed at Johnny D's, Somerville
Presented as part of UnVaudville with Unreliable Narrator Theater

 

Eat, Pray, Smoke written by Bill Donnelly

Divorce Ribs
Directed by John Edward O'Brien
Cast: Rodney Raftery and John Sorice

Sugar Glider
Directed by Barlow Adamson
Cast: Jim Barton and Sasha Castroverde

Aether
Directed by Antoine A. Gagnon
Cast: Irene Daly and John Sorice

Performed at the Factory Theater, Boston
Presented as part of Second Act Sundays with Whistler in the Dark Theater

The T Plays 2010     See all T Plays photos

Lights designed by Kathy Maloney
Sound designed by Barlow Adamson
Production Stage Manager Ben Janey
Photographs by Meg Taintor

Audience Favorite: M. RIverside
Written by John J King, directed by John Edward O'Brien
Cast: Nate Gundy and Forrest Walter

Escape to Wonderland
Written by Pat Gabridge, directed by Barlow Adamson
Cast: Jennifer O'Connor and Ally Tully

A Day at the Beach
Written by Terry Byrne, directed by Kristin Baker
Cast: Melissa Barker, Casey Preston and Greer Rooney

Birdbaths, Twilight and other Sundry Topics
Written by Rick Park, directed by Dawn M. Simmons
Cast: Adam Kassim and Jason Myatt

Life and Death and the Washington and Melnea Cass Boulevard Bus Stop
Written by Sean Michael Welch, directed by Meg Taintor
Cast: James Barton and Jason Lambert

You Say Tomatoes, I Say Tahmatoes, Let's Call the Whole Thing a Dude in a Dress and a Guy Who Likes to Eat Organic Foods...Off
Written Melanie Garber, directed by Antoine A. Gagnon
Cast: Anthony Dangerfield and Kevin LaVelle

Amid the Least of the Magi
Written by Bill DoncasterDirected by Mikkel Raahede
Cast: Sasha Castroverde, Juliet Gowing McGinnis and Marie Polizzano

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Season 11 - 2009     See all photos

Bunbury: A Serious Play for Trivial People
written by Tom Jacobson

Directed by Barlow Adamson and John Edward O'Brien
Stage Managed by Benjamin Janey
Set Designed by Brett Bundock
Lighting Designed by Greg Jutkiewicz
Sound Design by Barlow Adamson
Costumes Designed by Lori Niquette
Puppets provived by Bonnie Duncan
Produced by John Edward O'Brien
Cast: Mikkel Raahede, Jonathan Michael Anderson, Shelley Brown, Sasha Castroverde, Nathaniel Gundy, Marc Harpin, Becca A. Lewis, Forrest Walter
Performed at the Factory Theater, Boston
Boston Premiere

"a clockwork cast who are fleet of foot and nimble of tongue"
             - Carl Rossi of theatermirror.com

"few recent local productions have been this literate, or offered quite so much blithe meta-theatrical sweep"
             - Thomas Garvey of The Hub Review

"An extremely witty premise, well-acted and paced. Comic and romantic. Makes you want to go back and re-read the major dramatic works of the 19th and 20th centuries"
             - Goldstar Patron

If at First... written by John Edward O'Brien

Directed by Dawn M. Simmons
Cast: David Josef Hansen, Hannah Husband, Lonnie McAdoo, Rodney Raftery, Ally Tully, Alan White
Performed at the Boston Center for the Arts (Calderwood Pavillion)
Presented as part of the Boston Theater Marathon XI
Boston Premiere

 

My Name is Leslie written by Larry Blamire

Directed by John Edward O'Brien
Cast: Jonathan Michael Anderson, Becca A. Lewis, John Edward O'Brien, Meg Taintor
Performed on the bank of the Charles River
Presented as part of River Fest

 

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Season 10 - 2008     See all photos

The T Plays     See all T Plays photos

Lights designed by Greg Jutkiewicz
Sound designed by Barlow Adamson
Production Stage Manager Ben Janey
Photographs by Meg Taintor

Audience Favorite: Please Report Any Suspicious Activity
Written by Rick Park, directed by Meg Taintor
Cast: Anthony Dangerfield, Rafael Marinho and George Saulnier III

La Vie En Orange
Written by Ginger Lazarus, directed by Barlow Adamson
Cast: Mike Bash and Julia Specht

Jaggedly Edged
Written by Carl Danielson, directed by Jeremy Johnson
Cast: Irene Daly and Brashani Reece

Lost in Transit
Written by Forrest Walter, directed by Nora Long
Cast: Rodney Raftery and George Saulnier III

Permissive Signals
Written by William Donnelly, directed by Antoine A. Gagnon
Cast: Greer Rooney and Andrew Winson

6AM: Violin/Viola
Written by Matt Chapuran, directed by Barlow Adamson
Cast: Faith Imafidon and Giselle Ty

Because I Could Not Stop For the Silver Line It Kindly Stopped For Me
Written by Kristin Baker and Dan Milstein, directed by Dan Milstein
Cast: Rachel Cummings, Michael Jorgensen and Kim Anton Myatt

Recognition
Written by Pat Gabridge, directed by John Edward O'Brien
Cast: Leah Fine and Ellen Bates Powers

The Quiet Desperation of White People (with apologies to the citizens of Boston)
Written by Ken Urban, directed by Antoine A. Gagnon
Cast: Bonnie Duncan and Forrest Walter

A Single Look Back
Written by John Edward O'Brien, directed by Dawn Simmons
Cast: Rachel Cummings, Nate Gundy, Lonnie McAdoo and Casey Preston

The Mill 6 Tenth Anniversary Jamboree

Including:
The Coarse Acting Moby Dick written by Michael Green
Selections from sooperdelishus.com written by Chris Keating
An Excerpt from Bunbury by Tom Jacobson
Mondays and Other Days written by William Donnelly
Directed by John Edward O’Brien, Dan Milstein,
Set Pieces and Props by Brett Bundock, Antoine A. Gagnon
Lights Designed by Greg Jutkiewicz
Sound Designed by Barlow Adamson
Cast: Kristin Baker, Irene Daly, Mike DiLoretto, Bonnie Duncan, Antoine A. Gagnon, Lonnie McAdoo, John Edward O’Brien, Mikkel Raahede, Rodney Raftery, Brashani Reece, George Saulnier

Aether written by William Donnelly

As part of FeverFest 08: Elemental
Directed by Antoine A. Gagnon
Produced by John Edward O’Brien
Cast: Irene Daly and John Sorice
Performed at the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center
Boston Premiere




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Season 9 - 2007     See all photos

Match written by Marc Chun

Directed by Antoine A. Gagnon
Stage Managed by Benjamin Janey
Lighting Designed by Greg Jutkiewicz
Sound Design by Barlow Adamson
Produced by John Edward O’Brien
Cast: Judith Austin, Matt Chapuran, Jim Jordan, Mikkel Raahede, Brashani Reece
Performed at The Devanaughn Theater (The Piano Factory), Boston
Boston Premiere

“I have no idea how Mill 6 Collaborative finds these unexpected plays --- but I hope they never stop!”
             - Larry Stark of Theatermirror.com

Four out of Five Stars
             -Tufts Daily

Polish Pictures written by Monica Bauer

Directed by Jeremy Johnson
Cast: Maureen Keiller, Bob Murphy
Performed at The Boston Center for the Arts (Calderwood Pavillion), Boston
Presented as part of Boston Theater Marathon IX
Boston Premiere

Fate written by Elizabeth Horsburgh

Directed by Barlow Adamson or John Edward O’Brien
Sound Design by Barlow Adamson
Produced by John Edward O’Brien
Cast: Irene Daly, Jason Myatt
Performed at The Cambridge Center for the Arts, Cambridge
Presented as part of Whistler in the Dark’s FeverFest 2007
Boston Premiere


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Season 8 - 2006     See all photos

Underneath The Lintel written by Glen Berger

Directed by Barlow Adamson
Stage Managed by Benjamin Janey
Assistant Directed by John Edward O’Brien
Set Design by Brett Bundock
Lighting Design by Greg Jutkiewicz
Sound Design by Jason Freimark
Costumes Designed by Kathy Maloney
Graphics Designed by David J. Dowling and Irene Daly
Special Props by Antoine A. Gagnon
Produced by John Edward O’Brien
Cast: Jason Lambert
Performed at The Devanaughn Theater (The Piano Factory), Boston
Boston Premiere

“Mill 6 continues to find and produce plays of literary interest using some of the best talent available.”
             - Will Stackman of On the Aisle

“They have delivered a thoughtful and compelling version of this startlingly good new play.”
             - Thomas Garvey of Boston Globe

The Tree Thing written by Dave Ervin

Directed by John Edward O’Brien
Sound/Music Designed by Barlow Adamson
Cast: Irene Daly, Greg Raposa
Performed at The Boston Center for the Arts (Calderwood Pavilion), Boston
Presented as part of Boston Theater Marathon VIII
Boston Premiere

My Name is Leslie written by Larry Blamire

Directed by Antoine A. Gagnon
Stage Managed by John Edward O’Brien
Set Designed by Antoine A. Gagnon
Sound Designed by Barlow Adamson
Costumes Designed by Kathy Maloney
Produced by John Edward O’Brien
Cast: Kristin Baker, Matt Chapuran, Irene Daly, Brendan O’Hallorhan
Performed at The Central Square YMCA, Cambridge and The Provincetown Festival, Provincetown
Presented as part of Whistler in the Dark’s FeverFest 2006

Ten Minute Clinic written by John Edward O’Brien

Directed by Kathy Maloney
Stage Managed by John Edward O’Brien
Set Designed by Antoine A. Gagnon
Lighting Designed by
Sound Designed by Barlow Adamson
Costumes Designed by Kathy Maloney
Produced by John Edward O’Brien
Cast: Kristin Baker, Matt Chapuran, Irene Daly, Antoine A. Gagnon, John Edward O’Brien, Brendan O’Hallorhan
Performed at the Central Square YMCA, Cambridge
Presented as part of Whistler in the Dark’s FeverFest 2006

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Season 7 - 2005     See all photos

Trojan Whore written by Sean Michael Welch

Directed by John Edward O’Brien
Set Designed by Brett Bundock
Lighting Designed by Greg Jutkiewicz
Sound Designed by Jason Freimark
Costumes Designed by Kathy Maloney
Graphics Designed by Brett Bundock
Produced by John Edward O’Brien
Cast: Sean Barney, Irene Daly, Anthony Dangerfield, Antoine A. Gagnon, Lonnie McAdoo, Jason Myatt
Performed at The Devanaughn Theater (The Piano Factory), Boston
World Premiere

"Twisted, tawdry `Trojan Whore' is a true treat...now getting a crisp, world-premiere production from the Mill 6 Theatre Collaborative...in this clever comedy"
             - Terry Byrne of The Boston Herald

"Mill 6 gives careful detail to this hilarious world premiere."
             - Larry Stark of TheaterMirror.com

"there is a lot to recommend in The Trojan Whore. John Edward O'Brien has staged the work effectively...The cast is uniformly talented, eliciting their fair share of laughs and even a bit of pathos.."
             - David Levy of TalkinBroadway.com

Clam and Hershel Go To The Market written by Crystal Gomes

Directed by Barlow Adamson
Assistant Director and Stage Managed by John Edward O’Brien
Set Lighting and Sound Design by
Cast: Steve Barkhimer, Jeremy Johnson, Kate Kelly-Adamson, Lonnie McAdoo, Helen McElwain
Performed at The Boston Center for the Arts (Calderwood Pavilion), Boston
Presented as part of Boston Theater Marathon VII
Boston Premiere

 

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Season 6 - 2004     See all photos

Shakespeare’s R&J written by Joe Calarco

Directed by Barlow Adamson
Assistant Director and Stage Managed by John Edward O’Brien
Set Designed by Brett Bundock
Lights Designed by Greg Jutkiewicz
Sound Designed by Jason Freimark
Costumes Designed by Irene Daly
Graphics Designed by David J. Dowling
Produced by John Edward O’Brien
Cast: Spencer S. Christie, Tyler Hollinger, Jeremy Johnson, Adam Soule
Performed at The Deavanaughn Theater (The Piano Factory), Boston
Boston Premiere

 “…director Barlow Adamson stages the piece with ingenuity, and his cast brings a high level of passion and commitment to their performances.”
             - Boston Herald

“…Mill 6’s stylish “Shakespeare’s R&J” becomes an enviable marriage of theatrics and intelligence.”
             - South End News

The Saving written by David L. Williams

Directed by John Edward O’Brien
Set Designed by Brett Bundock
Lights Designed by Greg Jutkiewicz
Sound Designed by Jason Freimark
Graphics Designed by David J. Dowling
Produced by John Edward O’Brien
Cast: John D. Morton
Performed at The Devanaughn Theater (The Piano Factory), Boston
World Premiere

"so full of delicious surprises and carefully kept secrets that anything I say will spoil everything. I recommend them to any adventurous theatre-goer."
             - Larry Stark of TheaterMirror.com

Ingulf written by David L. Williams

Directed by Paula Ramsdell
Set Designed by Brett Bundock
Lights Designed by Greg Jutkiewicz
Sound Designed by Jason Freimark
Graphics Designed by David J. Dowling
Produced by John Edward O’Brien
Cast: Laura DeCesare, Beth Goldman, Joyeux Noel, John Edward O’Brien, Bill Salem, Adam Soule
Performed at The Devanaughn Theater (The Piano Factory), Boston
Boston Premiere

“Mill 6 is one of those little companies with big talent”
             - TheaterMirror.com

The Play About the Baby written by Edward Albee

Directed by Jeremy Johnson
Stage Managed by Dirk de Pagter
Set Designed by Caleb Wertenbaker
Lights Designed by Greg Jutkiewicz
Sound Designed by Matt Griffen
Costumes Designed by Jenna Lourenco
Graphics Designed by David J. Dowling
Produced by Jeremy Johnson (Boston Director’s Lab) and John Edward O’Brien (Mill 6)
Cast: Walter Michael Belenky, Jeff Gill, Zofia Goszczynska, Jarice Hanson
Performed at The Devanaughn Theater (The Piano Factory), Boston
Boston Premiere

"Director Jeremy Johnson has pulled off an impressive feat of staging this challenging play with these 4 capable actors and very little else. Bravo!”
             - TheEdgeBoston.com

“…the Directors' Lab and the Mill 6 Theatre Collaborative's production is smartly executed, with tight direction by Jeremy Johnson that plays to Albee's deadpan strengths…”
             - Boston Herald

“Ardently played by Walter Michael Belenky as the Boy and Zofia Goszczynska as the Girl, as dominated by commanding performances by Jeff Gill as the Man, and Janice Hanson as the Woman, under Jeremy Johnson's well centered direction. Much praise is also due, for the aforementioned spare, yet quite effective, set designed by Caleb Wertenbaker. This provocative, incisive…exploration…of the delicate separation between reality and illusion… My Grade: 4.5  (out of 5)”
             - PMP Network Theatre Review  Pmpnetwork.com

“Small theater companies are addressing giant ideas this season, and they’re not afraid to take on big questions…"
             - Boston Phoenix

“…the season’s best comedic offering, thus far.”
             - Theatermirror.com

“getting a first rate production by the Boston Director's Lab and the Mill 6 Theatre Collaborative…”
             - Theatermirror.com

"so full of delicious surprises and carefully kept secrets that anything I say will spoil everything. I recommend them to any adventurous theatre-goer."
             - Larry Stark of TheaterMirror.com

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Season 5 - 2003     See all photos

Three Pieces of Ass:
Night of the Jackass
written by Chris Walsh
Chicken Soup for the Asshole written by William Donnelly
Trading Up written by Marty Barrett

Directed by David J. Dowling
Stage Managed by John Edward O’Brien
Set Designed by Brett Bundock
Lights Designed by Brett Bundock and Kathy Maloney
Sound Design by Jason Freimark
Costumes Designed by Paula Ramsdell
Graphics Designed by Brett Bundock and David J. Dowling
Produced by John Edward O’Brien
Cast: Judith Austin, Juliet Gowing, Kevin LaVelle, Ron Rittinger, George Saulnier, Holly Vanasse
Performed at The Boston Center for the Arts (Leland Center), Boston
World Premiere

“And so the Mill 6 Collaborative delivers wacky plot twists for the attention-challenged and silly characters whose shticks are worth staying up late to see at the Boston Center for the Arts.”
             - Boston Globe

The Last Adventure of Lance Adventure written by Sean Michael Welch

Directed by John Edward O’Brien
Stage Managed by Jason Freimark
Set Designed by Brett Bundock
Lights Designed by Brett Bundock and Kathy Maloney
Sound Designed by Jason Freimark
Graphics Designed by David J. Dowling
Produced by John Edward O’Brien
Cast: John Micheal Dupuis, Lonnie McAdoo, Krysta Zeiset
Presented at The Boston Center for the Arts (Leland Center), Boston
World Premiere

“Lonnie McAdoo made a wonderfully ripe villain.”
             - Carl Rossi of Theatermirror.com

Try Not to Step on the Naked Man written by Sean Michael Welch

Directed by John Edward O’Brien
Stage Managed by Jason Freimark
Set Designed by Brett Bundock
Lights Designed by Brett Bundock and Kathy Maloney
Sound Designed by Jason Freimark
Graphics Designed by David J. Dowling
Priduced by John Edward O’Brien
Cast: Traford Burke, John Micheal Dupuis, Juliet Gowing, Krysta Zeiset
Presented at The Boston Center for the Arts (Leland Center), Boston
Boston Premiere

“Mr. Burke seemed quite relaxed in the altogether, which is no small feat: onstage nudity is the most difficult costume to wear, and to wear well.”
             - Carl Rossi of Theatermirror.com

Boise Idaho written by Sean Michael Welch

Directed by John Edward O’Brien
Rehearsal Stage Managed by Jason Freimark
Set Designed by Mark Vanderzee
Lights Designed by Mark Vanderzee
Graphics Designed by Company One
Produced by John Edward O’Brien and Company One
Cast: Carolyn Fagan, Tyler Hollinger, Lonnie McAdoo, Adam Soule
Presented at The Boston Center for the Arts (Black Box Theater), Boston
Presented as Part of Company One’s Fringe Festival

“The Mill 6 Theater's production of Boise, Idaho gleefully leveled the [fourth] wall … Boston Fringe definitely seems to be on the right track.”
             - Weekly Dig

"Mill 6 Collaborative played a delightful game with theatrical reality"
             - Larry Stark of TheatreMirror.com

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Season 4 - 2002     See all photos

This is a Play written by Daniel MacIvor

Directed by Paula Ramsdell
Stage Managed by Maureen Lane
Set Design by Brett Bundock
Lights Designed by Brett Bundock
Sound Designed by David J. Dowling
Costumes Designed by Paula Ramsdell
Graphics Designed by Brett Bundock
Original Music by David J. Dowling
Cast: Irene Daly, David J. Dowling, Beth Goldman, Brent Reno
Performed at The Theater Cooperative, Somerville
Boston Premiere

Boise Idaho written by Sean Michael Welch

Directed by John Edward O’Brien
Stage Managed by Maureen Lane
Set Design by Brett Bundock
Lights Designed by Brett Bundock
Sound Design by David J. Dowling
Graphics Designed by Brett Bundock
Cast: Rich Archer, Nathaniel Gundy, Carolyn Fagan, Lonnie McAdoo.
Performed at The Theater Cooperative, Somerville
Boston Premiere

Café Society written by Robert Simonson
A staged reading

Directed by Brendan Hughes
Original Music by Ben Arons, David J. Dowling, Brendan Hughes and Deb Talan
Presented by Clubbed Thumb
Cast: Irene Daly, Rodney Raftery, John Edward O’Brien
Performed at Ohio Theater, New York City

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Season 3 - 2001     See all photos

Stay the Coarse:
A Fish in Her Kettle
written by David Pearson
A Petie Dejeunier written by Michael Green
All’s Well That Ends Well As You Like It written by Michael Green

Directed by John Edward O’Brien
Stage Managed by Maureen Lane
Set Designed by John Dowd
Lights Designed by Brett Bundock and David J. Dowling
Sound Design by David J. Dowling
Costumes Designed by Laura Napoli
Graphics Designed by Brendan Hughes
Original Music by David J. Dowling
Produced by Michael Hoch and John Edward O’Brien
Cast: Irene Daly, Tori Davis, Curt Klump, Jason Lambert, Lonnie McAdoo, Laura Napoli, Drew Neilson, Holly Newman, Forrest Walter.
Performed at the Arlington Center for the Arts, Arlington

Tent Meeting written by Larry Larson, Levi Lee, Rebecca Wackler

Directed by John Edward O’Brien
Stage Managed by Michael Hoch
Set Designed by Brett Bundock
Lights Designed by Greg Jutkieiwicz
Sound Design by David J. Dowling
Costumes Designed by Jason Lambert
Graphics Designed by Brett Bundock
Original Music by Catie Curtis
Produced by Michael Hoch and Jason Lambert
Recorded Voices: David J. Dowling and Lonnie McAdoo
Singers: Cindy Adams, Amy Clites, Catie Curtis, Michael Hoch, Roxanne Hoch, Jason Lambert, Dalane Mason, John Edward O’Brien
Cast: Amy Clites, Jason Lambert, Dalane Mason
Performed at Threshold Theater (The Piano Factory), Boston

“…casts a mesmerizing spell”
             - South End News

“Keep your eye out for the Mill 6 Theatre Collaborative; they deserve enormous credit, not only for a fine production but for digging this [play] up.”
             - South End News

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Season 2 - 2000     See all photos

Café Society written by Robert Simonson

Directed by Brendan Hughes
Stage Managed by Maureen Lane
Set Design by John Dowd
Lights Designed by Chris Fontecchio
Sound Design by Ben Arons and Brendan Hughes
Costumes Designed by Laura Napoli
Graphics Designed by Brendan Hughes
Special Prop Construction by Laura Napoli
Original Music by Ben Arons, David J. Dowling, Brendan Hughes and Deb Talan
Produced by Michael Hoch and John Edward O’Brien
Cast: Paul Barrett, Irene Daly, Anthony Dangerfield, Juliet Gowing, Laura Napoli, John Edward O’Brien, Rodney Raftery, Pamela Rogers, John Schnatterly, Jason Schuchman.
Performed at The Theater Cooperative, Somerville
Boston Premiere

“Amusing, often hilarious…visually exciting…Supremely entertaining…a feast of frivolity”
             - Boston Globe

“the best pick-me-up you'll get this Season…high-energy…hilarious”
             - Beverly Creasey of TheatreMirror.com

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Season 1 - 1998-1999     See all photos

A Coarse Evening:
Streuth written by David Pearson, Michael Langridge, John Turner, Richard Gaunt, Margaret Turner, John Wilbourn, David Crewes, Lorna Duval, Sonia Pearson
The Cherry Sisters written by Michael Green
Il Fonricazione written by Michael Green
The True Historie and Tragicke Death of King Henry X (exact representation of the coronation of King Henry XI at Westminster) written by Michael Green

Directed by John Edward O’Brien
Stage Managed by Andrew Gubish
Set and Props Designed by Brierley Holbrook
Lights Designed by Rich Archer
Sound Designed by Greg Tardiff
Costumes Designed by Rachel Padula
Graphics Designed by Rebecca Bollman
Produced by Michael Hoch, Jason Lambert and John Edward O’Brien
Cast: Susan Boasi, Irene Daly, Esra Gaffin, Brendan Hughes, Mary Kearney, Jason Lambert, Lonnie McAdoo, Rodney Raftery, Mara Sidmore, Weston Walls.
Performed at Beau Jeste Moving Theater (The Piano Factory), Boston

“The new Mill 6 Collaborative is bravely taking on the challenge of acting stupid without acting stupidly.  Directed by John Edward O'Brien, this is a consistently funny production…”
             - Boston Phoenix

“breakneck pace"
             - Larry Stark of TheatreMirror.com

The Henriad based on William Shakespeare’s Richard II, Henry IV part one, Henry IV part two and Henry V

Adapted by John Edward O’Brien, Jason Lambert, Amy Lyons, Michael Hoch
Readers: Barlow Adamson, Rich Archer, Lesley Chapman, Ciaran Crawford, Irene Daly, Tony Dangerfield, Christian Desmond, David J. Dowling, Enedina Garcia, Juliet Gowing, Michael Hoch, Brendan Hughes, Bob Izzo, Mary Kearney, Kate Kelly, Keith Mascoll, Lonnie McAdoo, John Mullen, Jason Myatt, Rob Najarian, John Edward O’Brien, Maya Parra, Rodney Raftery, Frank Ridley, Brian Scally, Marty Simmons, Weston Walls, Trey Ziegler.
A play reading held at Beau Jeste Moving Theater (The Piano Factory), Boston

To The Wedding based on the novel by John Berger

Adapted by Jason Lambert, Michael Hoch, John Edward O’Brien, Mary Kearney, Brierley Holbrook
Readers: Rick Gifford, Brierley Holbrook, Michael Kame, Mary Kearney, John Edward O’Brien, Liza Reilly.
A play reading held at Threshold Theater, Cambridge

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