REVIEW: “Lewiston” at Bridge Street Theatre

by Barbara Waldinger One of the most emotionally affecting scenes of the recent theatrical season can be found on the stage of the Bridge Street Theatre in Catskill, New York.  In Lewiston, actors Leigh Strimbeck and Daniel Hall Kuhn bring such heartbreaking depth to Samuel D. Hunter’s complex characters that…

REVIEW: “The Shaggs: Philosophy of the World” at Bridge Street Theatre

by Macey Levin   1968, in Fremont, New Hampshire, a band was formed by Austin Wiggin’s three daughters – Dot, Betty and Helen.  According to Frank Zappa they were “…better than the Beatles,” while Rolling Stone said they were “…like lobotomized Trapp Family singers.”  Their bizarre life is the subject…

REVIEW: “The Moors” at Bridge Street Theatre

by Macey Levin Jen Silverman is a very provocative playwright whose plays are set in world wide locations mirroring her own extensive living experiences in other lands.  Silverman’s various styles and themes lend her canon of work a certain amount of intrigue.  That is the case with The Moors currently…

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