Tonight the Majestic Theater’s Producing Director Danny Eaton watched one of his own plays come to life in The Ladyslipper. A review of the new play, through March 25, 2024.
An account of a visit to the Republic of Georgia to Tbilisi and to the Gidauri Ski Resort in the north near the Russian border.
Torch Song is a powerful and hilarious story of a gay man and his quest for love, acceptance and happiness, Easthampton Theater Company.
The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde. A review of a new production of the 1895 Victorian satire at the Majestic Theater.
Christmas is when I often like to reflect on what I was thinking and doing in other years at this same time. Last year, I was pretty depressed. I dug up my post from Christmas 2022, and it was a bit sad. I even titled the post “Christmas Blues in […]
Tonight, I got a behind-the-scenes look at a new production by Easthampton Theater Company when four actors read Harvey Fierstein’s Torch Song.
A Christmas Story tells the tale of Ralphie, a kid who desperately wants a BB gun for Christmas but has to work to get it—review of Ja’Duke Theater.
Another great weekend, made special by my old friend Harry Garton arriving for a visit and skiing at Stratton Mountain in Vermont.
Tonight at Rand Theater: They Don’t Pay, We Won’t Pay, a 1974 socialist play by Dario Fo, performed by 8 UMass actors. This is the review.
Port of Entry is a play by Talya Kingston, the first production in the six-play reading series in Northampton, MA, by upcoming playwrights.
Shorts and Briefs at Springfield College. A presentation of seven plays that were all around ten minutes long, a combination of all 7 different couples.
It’s not every day in 2023, that someone decides to go all in on books. Printed books, the kind we all used to read a lot more of and even take out of the library. Yesterday in Greenfield, Mass, I visited one of the biggest bookstores in New England, and […]