The Cake, about a hot button topic–making wedding cakes for same-sex couples in North Carolina. A full review of Silverthorne Theater’s latest show at Hampshire College.
God of Carnage, the debut performance at the new CityStage Blue Room by Easthampton Theater Company.
Into the Woods, a production by UMass Theater, here is my review of this interesting play about fables and walking in the woods.
Easthampton Theater Company, a new theater troupe in the Valley, is getting ready for their debut show, God of Carnage, at the Old Towne Hall.
The Buddy Holly Story at the Majestic Theater is more of a concert than a play, there are a few mini-concerts inside the musical, it’s a fun night.
It’s scary in “The Moors” We took a country drive out into the rural pastures of South Hadley. Not The Moors of England as goes the title of the play we’d be seeing performed by Mount Holyoke Theater, but a more serene place than the famously ghoulish and scary Moors […]
Intimate Apparel is the story of Esther who tries to get out of the boarding house in 1905 New York City, at Silverthorne Theater.
The Glass Menagerie, a legendary play by Tennessee Williams, is being performed in West Springfield at the Majestic Theater. Here is my review.
Charley’s Tropical Bar and Chess club invite you to the Shea Theater, it’s another of Eggtooth Productions be-ins, and it gives the audience a chance to mingle with the actors.
Native Gardens is a new comedy at the Majestic Theater, it is the story of two couples who battle over what the meaning is of a wall between their gardens.
Cirque de Soleil’s Corteo was a magical, steampunk, fantasy-acrobatic masterwork, with touches of humor and fun thrown in.
Mother Tongue is a performance by seven teens about their experiences as immigrants coming to the U.S. and the struggles they endured. It is a memorable and well-done performance, worth seeing.