Veteran Shakespeare & Company members Corinna May, Diane Prusha, and David Joseph contribute satisfyingly polished performances.
To see a production of this quality in a small theater was a privilege.
Director Julianne Boyd is faced with a difficult challenge — dramatizing an outdated psychological travelogue.
Theater in the Berkshires has now entered a less than sparkling mode with a group of offerings that left me wondering why they were chosen for production.
This is a masterful production of Sarah Ruhl’s sparkling update of Commedia dell’arte.
Dominique Morisseau’s monologues and dialogues draw you into the details of American working class life.
The Model American is a powerful reminder of how deep theatrical pockets can be used to develop deeply significant new work.
Barrington Stage director Joe Calarco has come to the material with a radically different production idea.
4000 Miles is charming, insightful, and moving, an enjoyable anthropological study of contemporary American life across the generations.
Barrington Stage has kicked off its summer season with a smart, funny, and very timely show about radical defense attorney William Kunstler.