With a combination of both country and Broadway music with some gospel thrown in, Sharon’s Big River centers on Huck’s trip down the Mississippi River as he helps the runaway slave Jim find freedom.
The Chinese Room is a sci-fi comedy thriller about artificial intelligence, robots and droids being devised to counteract dementia by Irish playwright Michael West.
With a cast of sixteen, Big River is a delightful musical, a ground-breaking piece of anarchy about the relationship of Huck and Jim as they glide down the Mississippi on a raft.
This family show has fights and duels, mistaken identities, recurring jokes and improvised dialogue with a contemporary ring that everyone can enjoy, says reporter Macey Levin.
“Argentina” throbs with life and feeling Film Review by Larry Murray Modern life in urban settings sometimes leads to moments in which you just need a film that is able to take you out of yourself. A reminder that arrives via a song or dance that connects you with your past. Argentina is the latest…
Gail Burns has been waiting for a long time for a Merchant of Venice worthy of her bucket list. Does Tina Packer’s new staging in Lenox redeem this controversial play? Read on…
Here’s a show that has it all: great cast, fun songs, twisted plot, a man (and woman) eating plant and swift direction that keeps things moving along at a brisk pace. Critic Larry Murray loved it.