From the Theater & Art section in today’s Globe – a review. Critic Terry Byrne touts “Homestead Crossing” – the new offering at the newly renovated MRT:
LOWELL — The couple who lives at the end of the cul de sac called Homestead Crossing seem to fit perfectly into the plush armchairs at the center of their living room: Noel is ensconced in his tasteful leather number, while his wife, Anne, flits around her cloth-covered chair, decorated with a cozy blanket and colorful pillow. Appearances, of course, can be deceiving, and the pleasure of “Homestead Crossing,” now having its world premiere at Merrimack Repertory Theatre, lies in the delight playwright William Donnelly takes in upending our expectations.
Read the full article here at bostonglobe.com: http://www.bostonglobe.com/arts/theater-art/2012/09/10/married-couple-gets-visit-that-far-from-routine-homestead-crossing/uO1SdopQ71LZI0h1nreFjP/story.html