REVIEW: “The Turn of the Screw” at Oldcastle

by Roseann Cane Henry James’s 1898 horror novella, The Turn of the Screw, was first published in a 12-part serial format in Collier’s Weekly. James, a foremost novelist in the English language, found his popularity waning, and although he later said he despised the serial format, he needed income. His…

Oldcastle Theatre Offers Jeffrey Hatcher’s “The Turn of the Screw”

Opening September 3 at Bennington Performing Arts Center is Oldcastle Theatre Company’s final production of the season, THE TURN OF THE SCREW by Jeffrey Hatcher, from a story by Henry James. “One of the things we wanted to do this season is highlight the things that the theatre can do…

Oldcastle Theatre Company Presents “Shakespeare’s Will”

After a very successful opening production, Oldcastle Theatre Company’s 49th season continues with SHAKESPEARE’S WILL, running August 6–15. “We are so grateful to all of the people who came out to see VISITING MR. GREEN,” says Artistic Director, Nathan Stith. “You could really feel the excitement about returning to live…

REVIEW: “Visiting Mr. Green” at Oldcastle Theatre Company

by Emily Edelman In Visiting Mr. Green by Jeff Baron, which opens Oldcastle Theatre Company’s 2021 season, 86-year-old widower Mr. Green is nearly hit by a vehicle driven by young businessman Ross Gardiner, who is ordered by a judge to make weekly visits to Mr. Green for six months as…

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