When you enter Kaufman’s Barber Shop you will step back in time to 1925 when much more than simple haircuts were happening.
A treat for the whole family, Young Frankenstein is a hoot with a monster, music and lots of flat-out comedy.
In this rare revival of the Pulitzer winning O’Neill play, the sexual politics have hardly changed in almost a century since it was written.
To be able to see and learn from the dancers of the Alvin Ailey troupe is a rare privilege.
DIssolving the line between musical theatre and grand opera is the Hubbard Hall Opera Theatre with a delightful “Barber of Seville.”
Entering the final week of its run, this remarkable production takes Shakespeare on a joy ride.
Combining elements of theatre and dance, Stockholm is a unique play brought together brilliantly in Hudson, NY.
Great acting in a sometimes funny, sometimes painful play about life in the Irish countryside.
Reviewing An Iliad, and the battle between rage and compassion in the human soul.
Dibbledance returns to Shakespeare & Company for another adventure in beautiful movement and storytelling.
August in the Berkshires means the Wharton Salon, where the words of the author come to life in an intimate theatre on her estate. In Photo: Ariel Bock as Mrs. Quentin in The Quicksand. Photo: Kevin Sprague
The verdict? Fun, lots of it. And “about as accessible as Shakespeare gets,” say our intrepid reviewers.