Veils moves from political rallies to private show-downs, from blog exposition to deft, direct, and sometimes swiftly nuanced dialogues.
Barrington Stage Company
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
Ibsen’s and Miller’s scientist hero must contend with denial, disbelief, ignorance, fear of change, malice, opportunism, greed, the abuse of power, censorship, betrayal, and violence. Sound familiar?
Mark St. Germain’s romantic comedy is never less than provocative, fresh, and unexpectedly moving.
“The Other Place” examines the devastating effects of an illness that is becoming far too relevant to our lives.
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.
The agile hand of adaptor and director Aaron Posner has given us a production of Chaim Potok’s novel “The Chosen” that our children and grandchildren must see.
In a novel spin on a very old theatrical situation, paranoia rather than lust drives the one-night stand in “Muckrakers.”
What fun!! I’m so glad to have seen “On the Town,” a hard-to-get-right musical in this lovely, lusty and lithe production.