Biscuit Box Theater Company : 2009-2010 Season
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The Biscuit Box Theater (BBT) opens its 2009 Season with

Moments That Didn’t Kill Us...
This Suburban Life II:
an evening of stories and music by local artists
(doors open at 7:15) at the Lexington Depot, 13 Depot Square,
Lexington, MA.

The evening will offer unique voices addressing topics of love, transition,
and family from their personal, social and cultural experiences. The
written and musical works will be variously humorous, profound, sad, and
even --sometimes-- dark... just as things can so often be in this suburban

This year, the performers are truly the “cream of the crop”:
--writer/storyteller and cofounder of the BBT, has appeared
in a number of BBT productions;
Paul Trainor--writer/storyteller most
recently seen at The Art Space in Maynard;
Ted Page -- published in The
Boston Sunday Globe Magazine, Boston Magazine and winner of the
Telly Award;
Ana Hebra Flaster -- featured on NPR and published in
The Boston Globe and The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. The music
will be provided by the
Nicolas Despo -- guitarist, singer/songwriter with
two released CDs “Turn It Around” and “Spilling Off the Page.”

Harmonizing with Nicolas will be the wonderful
Dana Nagiel.
Moments That Didn’t Kill Us...
This Suburban Life II
an evening of stories and music

friday, november 13th @ 8 p.m.
saturday, november 14th @ 8 p.m.

lexington depot
13 depot square • lexington

tickets $15
call: 617.489.4243

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Moments That Didn’t Kill Us is directed by Eliana Hussain, former
producer and artistic director of the Groupe Therapy Theatre Company in
Boston. The performance dates are
Nov. 13th and 14th  at 8:00 p.m.