These puppets make for a “touching and very theatrical work,” says Gail Burns in her review.
Gail Burns reminds us that that what makes this musical unique is not the subject matter, but the way this unusual story is told. Read on.
More celebrated for her flamboyant personality and uncensored proclamations about her sexual appetite than for her artistry the great Tallulah still makes an impact.
Gail Burns finds the “The Chosen” is both beautiful and great theatre. Read her insightful review.
Burns and Murray don’t always agree which particular Berkshire Fringe shows are winners, but think it is always worth the trip.
In Shakespeare’s time this story was a political hot potato. Gail Burns reviews.
Critic Gail Burns agrees that this straight-laced thriller might be described as “Downton Abbey meets Hitchcock”.
Karen Allen directs a brutal, breathtaking “Extremities” at Berkshire Theatre Group’s Unicorn Theatre
Extremities is “breathtakingly difficult to watch, and impossible not to,” says Roseann Cane.