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.
August Strindberg’s Creditors turns out to be a play that speaks chillingly to our time.
Atung and Moy have a lot to say about American history and culture — acutely informed by the playwright’s 21st century sensibility and identity politics.
The action is set in an incongruous and ahistorical no-man’s land, adrift between realistic drama and farce.