Best Temporary Theater Venue 

Writer's Stage's Charlotte Avenue Location

Playwright Jim Reyland caught a break last fall when some kindly developers told him he could use a vacant office building on Charlotte for his theatrical endeavors—and rent-free, to boot. So Reyland marshaled friends and family and turned an accounting firm into a very functional and welcoming performance space, which has since hosted play readings, full-blown theatricals, cabaret and improv comedy. Reyland's motivating goal was to present his own original scripts, which he continues to do, but meanwhile a lot of different groups and individual artists have also benefited. Reyland & Co. will present the last show at the space, Article 4, Nov. 4-14, before moving in January to a much larger space in a converted church just a few blocks away. MARTIN BRADY

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