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May 4 - 14, 2016


BOSTON EVENTS INSIDER

☆☆☆☆1/2
"A bold and unique experience unlike anything I have seen before."


@hill_imani, Twitter

"Beyond funny"


@Danfrmbourque, Twitter

"Suave, stylish, noirish, and very funny"


David Maister, audience member

"A wonderful play and performance!"


Peter Clemons, audience member

"Smart. Funny. Brilliantly acted and directed. The best."


HOWLROUND

“Premeditation is tantalizing with promise”

“a noir 1940’s-esque comedy about marriage, infidelity, and murder”

“There is no end of irony and possibilities for confusion and fun.”

“There is so much that is engaging about this play”


LA WEEKLY

“style of aggressively, delightfully faux noir”

“you won't find more skilled or sophisticated ensemble work anywhere.”


BLOG CRITICS

“Fernández melds time periods and theatrical styles to great comedic effect.”

“Fernández also manages to provide some deeper insight about couples growing apart as they grow older.”

“thoroughly entertaining”


THAT AWESOME THEATRE BLOG

“The choreographed opening is perhaps the visual highlight of the show.”

“The play is brilliantly staged.”

“(Valenzuela) paces the show perfectly.”

“The technical work behind this show is stunning, and always just right for the mood and tone.”

“an entertaining and visually delightful piece of theater”


REVIEW PLAYS

“Premeditation explores the subject of marriage in a humorous and entertaining production headed by very capable actors.”


LATIN HEAT ENTERTAINMENT

“the actors do a terrific job of playing their characters’ reality in such a convincing way that the audience can empathize with them”

“We all have spouses that do little annoying things, but hiring a hitman, when divorce not enough? I’ll take Premeditation instead.”

ACCESS

SHOW INFO

  • Location: Emerson/Paramount Mainstage
  • Ages: 13+
  • Run Time: 80 minutes with no intermission

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ARTISTS

  • Presented by: The Latino Theater Company
  • Written by: Evelina Fernandez
  • Directed by: José Luis Valenzuela
  • Featuring: Evelina Fernandez, Sal Lopez, Geoffrey Rivas and Lucy Rodriguez