This tautly-directed, well-cast production is filled with contemporary medical, political, and social resonances.
Mark St. Germain
Theater Review: “Relativity” — Albert Einstein, A Monster of a Genius
Mark St. Germain’s drama is not about Cold War politics, but the question of whether a great man is (or need be) a good man.
Theater Review: “Freud’s Last Session” — Dramatically Repressed
When it comes to dramatic debate, balanced parry and thrust are paramount.
Theater Review: A Remarkable “Dancing Lessons” at Barrington Stage
Mark St. Germain’s romantic comedy is never less than provocative, fresh, and unexpectedly moving.
Theater Review: Two Plays Chronicle the Lives of Pioneering Women
Two Berkshire theaters are offering one-woman shows this summer. Both scripts feature intelligent, frank, and charismatic women. Both productions star gifted and seasoned actors.