Poe was a master of more than horror stories. He also wrote satires, humor tales, and hoaxes. For comic effect, he used irony and ludicrous extravagance, often in an attempt to liberate the reader from cultural conformity.
Ibsen’s timeless conflict between the hypocritical “moral” majority and a truth-teller is even more riveting in Arthur Miller’s hands.
A literate, intellectually stimulating evening consisting of a staged reading with compelling characters followed by good conversation and refreshments.
An unlikely couple finds each other in this new romantic comedy between an injured dancer and a young man with Asperger's Syndrome who needs to learn how to dance and be social.
The world of Henry IV is filled with fascinating characters including the fatherly Falstaff, young Prince Hall and his nemesis Hotspur, plus the swaggering Pistoll. Centuries later, it’s still a fascinating coming-of-age story.
Disciplined and brilliantly creative,, The Wardrobe Ensemble from Bristol, UK, turns two amazing news stories into jaw-dropping physical theatre.
From August 13-30, the Berkshire Theatre Group brings back the searing drama, “A Hatful of Rain” to the Fitzpatrick Theatre in Stockbridge, MA. Tommy Schrider stars as the Korean veteran.
Begun at the NY Fringe Festival and now being talked about all over the world, Chester Theatre Company brings this important play to its stage Aug 14-24, 2014.
An unlikely couple is caught off-guard by the surprising discoveries – both hilarious and heartwarming – that they make about each other. Runs August 7-24.
A review of an unusual play by Caryl Churchill about a father and his three sons, two of whom are clones.
Alan Turing may have broken the German’s Enigma code and thereby helped win WWII, but his nation condemned him as a gay man and drove him to take his own life.
A gripping mystery peopled by real sons and cloned ones at Chester Theatre Company from July 30 to August 10.