REVIEW: “The Price” at the Williamstown Theatre Festival

Reviewed by Gail M. Burns, August, 1999 I firmly believe that my great-great-great-grandchildren, when they come to write their college papers on 20th century theatre, will single out Arthur Miller as the greatest American playwright of this century. Unlike the long-winded O’Neill or Williams with his fixation on older southern…

REVIEW: “A View From the Roof” at Barrington Stage

Reviewed by Gail M. Burns, August, 1998 “A View from the Roof” focuses on three generations of women and the impact one man’s heartless act has on them, and on him. But you don’t realize that until about an hour after you’ve left the theatre. Playwright Dave Carley has crafted…

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