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The Boston Globe

Theater & art

The week ahead: Theater, galleries, and museums


NORTH SHORE FISH Israel Horovitz’s 1986 drama about hard times at a Gloucester frozen-fish processing plant looks mighty prescient today, in our era of rampant economic insecurity. Director Robert Walsh infuses the play with a raw energy that delivers a visceral jolt, bolstered by standout performances from Aimee Doherty, Thomas Phillip O’Neill (grandson of Tip), Lowell Byers, and the great Nancy E. Carroll (left, with Byers). Through Aug. 4. Gloucester Stage Company, Gloucester. 978-281-4433, Don Aucoin

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