Three theaters in the Berkshires offer differing views of the past.
Williamstown Theater Festival
Theater Review: “And No More Shall We Part” — Facing Mortality
This is a beautifully acted but grim 70 minutes of theater, a no-frills look at the dynamics of a struggle about life and death.
Theater Review: “The Rose Tattoo” — A Spectacular Production from the Williamstown Theatre Festival
This superb production offers audiences a chance to discover or rediscover an American classic.
Fuse Theater Review: A Glitzy, But Empty, “June Moon”
June Moon is a piece of satirical fluff with 27 characters, lots of piano playing, and a half-dozen memorable lines.
Culture Vulture: When the Revolution is Over
By Helen Epstein After the Revolution by Amy Herzog. Directed by Carolyn Cantor. Staged by the Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA, July 21 through August 1 (closed). Long before the invention of psychotherapy, long before writer William Faulkner wrote “The past is never dead. It is not even past,” the Greeks mined family history for […]