This is a first-rate production of a true American classic.
The Barrington Stage Company’s moving and fiercely energetic production brings West Side Story back to the stage with a bang.
Director Julianne Boyd is faced with a difficult challenge — dramatizing an outdated psychological travelogue.
His Girl Friday is a stirring celebration of the power of journalism that not only amuses but manages to be troubling as well.
If you revel in witty lyrics and soaring melodies as I do, you will love this Man of La Mancha
Mark St. Germain’s romantic comedy is never less than provocative, fresh, and unexpectedly moving.
From the first clearly projected lines to the last, it’s obvious that director Julianne Boyd set out to direct a production of Much Ado where language rules supreme.
If this sounds like a melodrama, that is because Arthur Miller wrote one. “All My Sons” was very much a product of the dramatist’s times and politics.
Blanche DuBois (Marin Mazzie) and Stanley Kowalski (Christopher Innvar) battle it out in the Barrington Stage Company production of “A Streetcar Named Desire,” which runs through August 29. by Helen Epstein Go here for information about a live-chat, scheduled for August 23rd, with Helen Epstein on “The Art of Narrative Writing.” “But isn’t he outdated?” […]