Taylor Mac and Pirandello share the same goal: reveal the deadening vacuity at the heart of bourgeois society and the male ego.
Shakespeare & Company
Mothers and Sons is one of veteran playwright Terrence NcNally’s finest works.
Three theaters in the Berkshires offer differing views of the past.
August Strindberg’s Creditors turns out to be a play that speaks chillingly to our time.
It is heart-warming that, in these “worst of times,” playwrights like Carey Crim are working quietly to give us a look at new beginnings with humor and tenderness and hope.
Veteran Shakespeare & Company members Corinna May, Diane Prusha, and David Joseph contribute satisfyingly polished performances.
Shakespeare & Company’s staging of Merchant of Venice is the strongest this critic has ever seen or could hope to.
It is worth your time watching Shakespeare & Company’s two fine actresses come to an understanding that is cathartic and real.
Two current productions in the Berkshires — “Master Class” and “Hapgood” — feature excellent performances from powerful and accomplished actresses.
As Louis Armstrong, the gifted actor John Douglas Thompson is working with a script whose lines and contours are as woefully predictable as a profile in the old Life Magazine.