REVIEW: “Queen of the Night” at the Dorset Theatre Festival

by Emily Edelman Dorset Theatre Festival’s final live offering in its 2021 season is “Queen of the Night” by travis tate, in which a father (Danny Johnson) and son (Leland Fowler) explore family relationships, queerness and masculinity while on a camping trip in southeast Texas. Dorset’s specially built outdoor stage…

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 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: “Pride and Prejudice” at the Dorset Theatre Festival

“What defines a great work is that it continues to be generous to people who are making new productions.” – Daniel Fish* Jane Austen is long out of copyright, and so her works have been open to new interpretations for some time now, and their greatness shines through their endless…

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