“The story is easy to follow,” writes Macey Levin, “because the acting is so wonderful.” Tod Randolph gets a lot of laughs from her “throwaway lines.”
A young struggling author jumps at a chance to work with an older and successful one, but it is fraught with challenges.
This Pirates of Penzance is is a tidal wave of music and mayhem guaranteed to thrill and entertain all but the stodgiest of Savoyards.
With a combination of both country and Broadway music with some gospel thrown in, Sharon’s Big River centers on Huck’s trip down the Mississippi River as he helps the runaway slave Jim find freedom.
With a cast of sixteen, Big River is a delightful musical, a ground-breaking piece of anarchy about the relationship of Huck and Jim as they glide down the Mississippi on a raft.
Gail Burns has been waiting for a long time for a Merchant of Venice worthy of her bucket list. Does Tina Packer’s new staging in Lenox redeem this controversial play? Read on…
Here’s a show that has it all: great cast, fun songs, twisted plot, a man (and woman) eating plant and swift direction that keeps things moving along at a brisk pace. Critic Larry Murray loved it.
Critic Charles Giuliano takes a long, heartfelt look at a play that “takes a chunk out of your heart and psyche,” and continues to linger in his mind.