The story of Antigone goes back to 441 BC written by Sophocles…this modern adaptation was hard to follow with its foreign concepts to most people.
Little Shop of Horrors at the Ja’Duke Theater in Turners Falls was a marvelous live theater experience with great singing and a funny plot.
The Wild Party is a musical performed by K&E Theater group, with dancing, singing and a bawdy, rollicking party for the ages.
Proof, a play by David Auburn that won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, was performed by Ja’Duke Theater in their Turners Falls venue, here is my review.
Pass Over is a powerful play about race, cops, and the city, performed by Chester Theater Company July 2022. play review.
Crazy for You at Ja’Duke theater is a strong song and dance musical with many large full cast numbers and excellent set design.
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 tells the story of a family whose son wants to get into Yale and the difficulties they face when race, class and money are figured in.
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.