REVIEW: The Drury Drama Team Presents “Little Shop of Horrors”

Review by Gail M. Burns, November 2005 There is much that is good about the Drury Drama Team’s production of Little Shop of Horrors, and some pieces that don’t quite work. The most important thing that is immediately apparent is how much fun the kids involved in this production are having…

REVIEW: The Drury Drama Team Presents “Our Town”

Review by Gail M. Burns, November 2004 “EMILY: Do any human beings ever realize life while they live – every, every minute? STAGE MANAGER: No – saints and poets maybe – they do some.”– Thornton Wilder Our Town It is hard to believe that, until November 18, 2004, this curmudgeonly…

PREVIEW: The Drury Drama Team Presents “The Wizard of Oz”

Preview article by Gail M. Burns, November 2003 The spacious auditorium at Drury High School is slowly but surely being transformed into somewhere over the rainbow, as the Drury Drama Team, supported by a host of others in the community, prepare to present The Wizard of Oz November 21-23. Dr. Len Radin has…

PREVIEW: The Yankee Thespian Festival

The Yankee Thespian Festival is coming to North Adams – to Mass MoCA on Friday, April 28 and to Drury High School on Saturday, April 29. Students from eleven high schools and middle schools as close by as North Adams and Pittsfield, and as far away as Long Island, NY and Michigan will converge on Mass…

REVIEW: The Drury Drama Team Presents “The Children’s Hour”

Reviewed by Gail M. Burns, November 1999 Watching the Drury Drama Team’s production of Lillian Hellman’s 1934 play “The Children’s Hour” was a great learning experience for me. Usually educational theatre has a greater impact on the students than on the audience, but I found my eyes opened to a…

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