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Suzan-Lori Parks' Pulitzer Prize winning play at Shakespeare Company in Lenox
the story is politically pointed and the acting and music campy enough to make for what is probably the most entertaining evening about hydro fracking that anyone could ever imagine.
Long live Rock and Roll! That heart-beating, throbbing, rhythm which sent mainstream contemporary music into a tailspin in mid-1950's America. Berkshire Theatre Group has brought this era…
a powerful, contemporary version of an important American classic
This is a brave work written with a grand sense of the theatrical and incisive awareness of the historical.
The iconic musical made even more relevant by our present global mass immigration and its subsequent cultural upheaval.
Director David Auburn and his fine cast have turned a slice of American history into a worthwhile revisitation of American ideals and disillusionments.
This exceptional production of Theresa Rebeck's new play deserves to continue in another venue after its run at Williamstown's Nikos Stage
Lloyd Suh and his cast and production colleagues have reconstructed a riveting and poetic 90-minute world premiere of historic interest and pointed political observations.
Amid the laughter of this world premiere there is much to contemplate. . . .
This excellent revival of Patrick Hamilton's 1938 thriller still entertains
a musical that has redeeming qualities and despite flaws the WTF production has a story to tell. It could be an opportunity to say "I saw it when..."
Sarah Ruhl's satire with an excellent cast to work their magic in a sublime production at Williamstown
Mark Medoff's play is still a challenging and touching play for people of both hearing and non-hearing worlds.
Barrington Stage has created a tight, intimate production that tells a timeless dramatic tale which parallels many of today's headlines and reminds us of the possibility of redemption, chan…
Amy Herzog's play given fine production in the Berkshires
Drama about famous art forger at Berkshire Theatre Group's Unicorn Theater
a play by Nilo Cruz that, like all soft voices, requires an ability to attend to the subtext of human desire
world premiere musical with Annie Golden as Annie Golden, zany but lots of fun
- Nina Raine's powerful play lives on at Barrington Stage
he Sharon Playhouse rounds out its season with light summer fare that's a tribute to those who embrace life even as it fades
Playwright Tom Holloway explores the consequences of, "To Be or Not To Be," and is not afraid to confront mortality. Read More
Williamstown Theatre Festival's production of Wendy Wasserstein's An American Daughter seems just as fresh and even more timely this pre-election season than it did twenty years ago; perhaps…
Shakespeare & Co's Bernstein Theatre can barely contain the energy of Wolfert's stunning one-man show
All of the theatrical elements combine seamlessly to serve this wonderful short and extremely tight play with its message is hip and insightful.
Veteran actor Judd Hirsch stars in a not quite ready for prime time world premiere at Berkshire Theater Group Read More
In order to fully appreciate this dazzling production the audience needs several more pairs of eyes and ears to absorb this beautifully staged theatrical favorite. Every performance, song an…
The premise of Michael West's play is intriguing, but it is the acting that drives home its themes
Aphra Behn's madcap farce now at the Rose Footprint will open July 23rd at the Tina Packer Playhouse.
Tennessee Williams' fabled folk tale ignites the stage driven by the lusty eroticism of Marisa Tomei's Serafina
Tennessee Williams' fabled folk tale ignites the stage driven by the lusty eroticism of Marisa Tomei's Serafina .