REVIEW: “Mauritius” at Oldcastle

Mauritius is an island in the Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar. In 1847, when it was a British colony, the country issued two denominations of postage stamp – an orange one penny and a blue two pence – displaying the profile of a young Queen Victoria. Along the left hand side the words “Post Office”…

“Regretting Almost Everything” Comes to Mr. Finn’s Cabaret

Lauren Taslitz (book/lyrics) and Danny Ursetti (music) are pleased to announce that their new project REGRETTING ALMOST EVERYTHING (formerly titled THINGS WE THINK, BUT DON’T DARE SAY) will make its debut with a special two-night run as the final installment of this year’s “Artists on the Horizon” emerging musical theater artists series at Mr. Finn’s…

REVIEW: “Speech and Debate” at Barrington Stage

by Macey Levin There is an upbeat, hilarious, very contemporary show which is a valuable experience for both young and older audiences at Barrington Stage Company’s St. Germain Stage in Pittsfield, MA.  Speech and Debate which premiered off-Broadway in 2007 was one of the first plays written by Stephen Karam who won a Tony Award…