New 'Kid' on the Block

Nesti, Robert
April 2001
Bay Windows;4/26/2001, pN.PAG
Reports on the opening of the Market Theater in Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts as of April 2001. One-acts that inaugurated the theater which include "Amazons," by Charles Auletta; Description of the theater developed by Gregory C. Carr; Comment on the music of the techno-influenced rock band Neptune and avant-garde musician Jessica Rylan Can't.


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