Fall Festival of Shakespeare Returns with New Live-stream Viewing Option

LENOX, Mass. – Shakespeare & Company’s 33rd annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare returns Thursday, Nov. 18 through Sunday, Nov. 21 – welcoming more than 300 students from 10 high schools in Massachusetts and New York, and presenting 10 different productions. For the first time in its history, the festival will be live-streamed through Community…

REVIEW: “Wonder of the World” at Barrington Stage

Reviewed by Gail M. Burns, July 2006 A fine cast, fast-paced direction by Rob Ruggerio and clever sets by Luke Hegel-Canatraella render David Lindsay-Abraire’s less than perfect comedy Wonder of the World appear far more wonderful than it actually is. Lindsay-Abaire’s writing is slick, but, in this work at least, he often…

REVIEW: “Richard III” at Shakespeare & Company

Reviewed by Gail M. Burns, July 1999 You know you are in for it when the third person credited on the program is the Lamentation Director. Shakespeare charges King Richard III of England (lived 1452-1485, reigned 1483-1485) with the murder of most of the House of York on his way…

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