The Barefoot Woman is lyrical but also informative and ethnographic, as much a memoir of a mother as it is of her way of life.
I was excited, moved, impressed, and surprised by Handel & Haydn Society’s performance of The Messiah under the exacting baton of Bernard Labadie.
Every performance of opera should leave an audience so exhilarated.
Claire Tomalin narrates her story with a prototypically English stiff upper lip, and a reticence about the personal.
This is a first-rate production of a true American classic.
This slender memoir reads like a rambling conversation with a literary stranger you meet on a train.
Mothers and Sons is one of veteran playwright Terrence NcNally’s finest works.
The Barrington Stage Company’s moving and fiercely energetic production brings West Side Story back to the stage with a bang.
Educated is a testament to the power of sensitive friends and mentors — and to Tara Westover’s own resilience.
On the Couch is an extraordinary coffee table book for anyone interested in “recumbency” and how the couch became the icon of psychoanalysis.