There are hundreds of studies to be analyzed and many experts who could have been interviewed in depth, but both authors have chosen to write breezy books that can be characterized as “journalism-lite.”
The quality of this production of Major Barbara and the seriousness which with the Shaw Festival addresses every aspect of theater makes the long trip from Boston to Niagara-on- the-Lake well worth the while.
“A great novel makes for the best script an actor could imagine,” said actor Colin Firth recently, on accepting an award for his reading of Graham Greene’s The End of the Affair. Many theatergoers would agree.
The Lenox Library’s annual book sale – drawing on the discards of the area’s writers, teachers, performers, psychotherapists and culture-obsessed summer-residences — is considered one of the best on the East Coast.