REVIEW: The Wharton One-Acts at Shakespeare & Company

by Gail M. Burns, July, 2005. This gentle and perfect afternoon of theatre puts me in mind of a modest engagement ring: two perfect twinkling diamond chips set in a soft setting of warm yellow gold. Not big and flashy but breathtakingly beautiful to those who take the time to…

REVIEW: Wharton One-Acts: “Roman Fever” and “the Other Two” at Shakespeare & Company

Reviewed by Gail M. Burns, July 2002. Dennis Krausnick and a familiar group of actors have teamed once again to bring two tiny gems of Edith Wharton’s writing to the stage. Roman Fever and The Other Two both hold a magnifying glass to social convention. In a world that is all surface and appearance,…

REVIEW: The Wharton One-Acts “An International Episode” & “The Rembrandt”

Reviewed by Gail M. Burns, July 2001. In this, the opening show in Shakespeare & Company’s new Spring Lawn Theatre, I was struck by the amazing coincidence that has provided the company with a performance space almost identical to the salon at The Mount which they have used as their Wharton Theatre for…

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