REVIEW: “Hymn” at Shakespeare & Company

by Barbara Waldinger The Shakespeare & Company production of Hymn by Lolita Chakrabarti feels like two actors and a director searching for a plot.  Overstuffed with music, singing, dancing, boxing, changes of costume, set pieces and props (not to mention a ticking metronome) to help fill the 95 minutes, the…

REVIEW: “Mothers and Sons” at Shakespeare & Company

by Roseann Cane “There is nothing permanent except change.”  –Heraclitus As the lights come up we see two people, a mature woman wrapped in a mink and a handsome man on the outskirts of middle age, peering into the distance. They stand parallel, about a couple of yards apart, in…

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