An update with Randy Harrison about his summer play, “Harbor,” at Primary Stages in New York City.
In Dorset they are known not only for deep drama, but for classic comedy, well done, as well.
Savvy, sassy puppets are the star of this breakthrough musical that has run for years in New York and is a refreshing change of pace from usual summer shows.
A new work begins its creative journey in the real world.
A comedy, and a “warm” one at that, explores the place where judgement and empathy meet.
Critic Gail Burns agrees that this straight-laced thriller might be described as “Downton Abbey meets Hitchcock”.
In what is sure to be a telling performance, new music director Andris Nelsons will conduct the popular and often bombastic Verdi Requiem.
Extremities is “breathtakingly difficult to watch, and impossible not to,” says Roseann Cane.
This new old fashioned musical is back, and even more evocative of a family’s story.
A rarely performed spy thriller by Tom Stoppard sweeps across the Nikos Stage is a flurry of episodic scenes.
A unique theatrical outing that takes an ancient story and wraps it up in a shiny package of slapstick comedy, fast live gypsy jazz music and sexy lipstick choreography.
“The party’s over, fellas,” says Adam Sandler’s character, Lenny, to his buddies in Grown Ups 2. “We’re irrelevant.”