REVIEW: “Laughing Wild” Dorset Theatre Festival

by Emily Edelman Dorset Theatre Festival begins its 2021 season with Christopher Durang’s “Laughing Wild,” directed by Jade King Carroll and performed on a specially built outdoor stage in the meadow at Southern Vermont Arts Center in Manchester, Vermont. DTF chose the play in large part for the derivation of…

Dorset Theatre Festival Opens 44th season with Christopher Durang’s “Laughing Wild”

(Dorset, VT – June 21, 2021) Dorset Theatre Festival will open its 44th season with a revival of Christopher Durang’s comedy Laughing Wild outdoors at the Southern Vermont Arts Center in Manchester, VT. Directed by the Festival’s resident artist, Jade King Carroll, the play will star Dan Butler (Frasier), who…

Dorset Theatre Festival Announces Season of Live Performances and Audio Plays

(Dorset, VT– May, 27 2021) Dorset Theatre Festival, under the leadership of Artistic Director Dina Janis, is proud to announce its 44th Season, including the inaugural StageFree Audio Plays series, featuring new commissions by playwrights Theresa Rebeck and Chisa Hutchinson, and live main stage performances at the Southern Vermont Arts…

REVIEW: “Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All for You” & “The Actor’s Nightmare”

by Macey Levin Note: SHOW ADDED ON FRIDAY 8/31 AT 2PM! Christopher Durang burst onto the New York theatre scene in the late 1970’s writing plays of scathing satire and social commentary.  His work includes Beyond Therapy, Baby with the Bathwater, Why Torture is Wrong, and the People who Love it, and…

Berkshire Theatre Group Announces Casting for 2018 Summer Season

Pittsfield, MA – Berkshire Theatre Group (BTG) and Kate Maguire (Artistic Director/CEO) are thrilled to announce casting for Berkshire Theatre’s 90th Anniversary Season. Church & State by Jason Odell Williams directed by Charlotte Cohn at The Unicorn Theatre The Larry Vaber Stage BTG’s Stockbridge Campus, 6 East Street Running: Thursday, June 14…

PREVIEW: Mill City Productions Presents “Cheap Laughs, Free Eats”

Previewed by Gail M. Burns, April 2004 A group of young women and men, all alumni of Drury High School and the Drury Drama Team, have come together to create a new community theatre group, Mill City Productions, a collaborative, non-profit effort featuring theatre veterans and enthusiasts of all ages. They…

REVIEW: “Beyond Therapy” at Victory Street Productions

Reviewed by Gail M. Burns, August 2000 You are warned at the very outset that you will hear vulagr language, water will be thrown and shots will be fired during the course of Christopher Durang’s “Beyond Therapy.” If you don’t like any or all of those things, please don’t go…

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