A superb production our critics agree, though Larry found it a bit like watching flowers wilt while Gail loved fitting the puzzle pieces together.
While a political puppet show is being carried out in public, two isolated souls meet and connect in a world gone mad.
Does a play about abstract expressionism make for good theatre? “Red” is able to answer that question, not once, but again and again.
Barrington Stage has outdone themselves with this “Kiss Me, Kate”. Our critics sing its praises but found a couple of things to disagree about, too.
Kristen Wold simply shines in this one-woman play, making the most of her delicious role incorporated into a sometimes gossipy script.
In New York City, a strong pair of plays provide remarkable contrast and differing ideas about the less discussed sides of war.