With this production, Penobscot Producing Artistic Director Bari Newport has raised the artistic bar for Bangor’s premiere theater company.
Playwright Jennifer Barclay has created the perfect vehicle for generating a discussion about safety in our communities.
An Education in Prudence offers fascinating glimpses into a repressed episode in American history.
Ultimately, this production of Lost Girls might have gone deeper if it had been slowed down a bit.
SpeakEasy Stage Company’s production of Shakespeare in Love comes off as lovely, temperate, and at least a little trite.
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All of the pieces – and some of them are quite odd and incongruent – come together in Sense & Sensibility to become one.
Probably as it should be for a group called the Actors’ Shakespeare Project, the performances in Julius Caesar are the thing.
Is a romantic relationship with someone who is lovely — but mentally ill — worth the effort?
WARHOLCAPOTE is a breezy, 90 minute tribute to American pop and gossip.