REVIEW: “The Royal Family of Broadway” at Barrington Stage

by Roseann Cane What do you get when you bring together a thoroughly brilliant cast of singing, dancing actors, a preternaturally gifted director, and a supremely inspired choreographer? You get a hit, a palpable musical theater hit, and if you want savor the recipe, you’d be well advised to reserve…

REVIEW: “Company” at Barrington Stage

Reviewed by Gail M. Burns, July, 2000 I was 13 years old when “Company” opened on Broadway in 1970. In my mind, it was the musical that established Stephen Sondheim as STEPHEN SONDHEIM, although I am well aware that he had had an illustrious career before that. It was a…

REVIEW: “Spunk” at Barrington Stage

Reviewed by Gail M. Burns, July, 1999 Barrington Stage is batting a thousand this season with a second highly entertaining production “Spunk”. Based on three stories by Zora Neale Hurston, adapted for the stage by George C. Wolfe, directed by Rob Ruggerio, and beautifully cast, “Spunk” delivers a wide range…

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