Burns and Cane review one of Shakespeare’s epic stories, told simply and with great emphasis on the language and history.
An interesting play about reparative therapy for gays that should have began where it ended, with the gay teen convinced he has been spoken to by God, and the therapist questioning whether the therapy does more harm than good.
Gabe, a 50-ish defense lawyer, finds himself on the more unfortunate side of life and now, by his father’s bedside at Cedars Hospital.
For 50 years, Peter Schickele has unearthed P.D.Q. Bach scores, each one more jaw-dropping than the last, building a legacy which will someday seal the doom of Musical Culture.
Fool for Love has a lot going for it: two great leads, wild humor, grotesque satire, myth and a sparse, haunting language grounded in the dusty heart of the vast American Plains.
On the Town is preparing New York City for the show that made history last summer at Barrington Stage Company.
Filled with insights and history, The Other Mozart is an extraordinary one-woman show about a great musician whose work – sadly – was not considered worth saving.