Appreciating Stephen Sondheim’s achievement does not mean loving all of his shows. A Little Night Music may just be one of his musicals that should be politely nudged aside.
Barrington Stage Company
The play’s disparate elements have been blended into a riveting drama, energetically directed by Lisa Rothe, and nimbly performed by Joel de la Fuente.
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.
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.
This tautly-directed, well-cast production is filled with contemporary medical, political, and social resonances.
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.
Barrington Stage has kicked off its summer season with a smart, funny, and very timely show about radical defense attorney William Kunstler.
Two fine new plays that create deeply absorbing drama from stories in the headlines.