Pass Over is a powerful play about race, cops, and the city, performed by Chester Theater Company July 2022. play review.
Chester Theatre Company’s first show of the season, Pride@prejudice, directed by Daniel Elihu Kramer, is a first-rate show, a crazy trip.
The Wilbraham United Player’s production of Noel Coward’s Present Laughter was a fun trip back in time to a gentile era of subtle hilarity.
Red: Passion and Patience in the desert, a story based on Terry Tempest Williams and her fight for the environment.
‘Admissions’ Mixes White Pieties with Real World Confusion Sometimes, with issues like race and class, more than one person can be right. In fact, in Silverthorne Theater’s production of Joshua Harmon’s “Admissions,” everyone makes their own elegant case for what’s right and they end up shouting and storming off. Because it’s damn hard to be […]
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, performed by the Exit 7 Players in Ludlow, is a complicated story about a boy on the spectrum and the world he lives in.
Nunsense was written by Don Goggins in 1985, and tells the hilarious story of a convent of nuns who have to dispose of bodies and sing about it all.
Witch, a play produced at the Rand Theater at Umass by Jen Silverman, a funny medieval story of succession with a modern twist.
A staged reading of Guilty by Ellen Wittlinger, that combines so many touch points including race, class, money and college pedigree.
Mystery of Irma Vep. Silverthorne Theater presented this funny, Victorian camp play featuring two actors who played eight different roles.
The Pageant of the Masters, in Laguna Beach, California, is a masterwork of music, live art, and 2019’s theme is The Time Machine.
Arena Civic Theater’s production of “Modigliani” is reviewed, a three-act play about the life of the tortured painter in 1916 Paris.