The shallowness of Lee Blessing’s approach to this sad (if noisy) period in the history of our nation’s lack of support for the arts overlooks the victory won by the conservatives.
New Reptertory Theatre
By Bill Marx Summer has never been a time for theaters taking chances and the sluggish economy only encourages the hot weather drift to safety. But there’s some funky activity around the margins as well as encouraging news about Shakespeare & Company’s finances. Also, the Gloucester Stage Company has forsaken last year’s geriatric lineup and […]