What's on Berkshire stages this week

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A digest of what's playing at area theaters in and around the Berkshires, based upon reviews by Berkshire Eagle theater critic Jeffrey Borak.



Capsules include publication date of review, closing date of production, performance schedule and production running time.



Critic's Choice denotes a highly recommended production.



THE LAST WIFE

Women rule, in more ways than one, in this fitful production of Kate Hennig's labored contemporary treatment of the rise to power and influence of Katherine Parr, King Henry VIII's last wife. Nehassaiu deGannes illuminates the stage with a skillful, richly nuanced portrayal of a woman determined not only to survive but thrive in a male-dominated world. Lily Linke and Alicia Piemme Nelson also contribute significantly as Katherine's two stepdaughters, respectively, Mary and Bess, who would rule as Elizabeth I (10/19). Through Nov. 5. Evenings — Friday and Saturday at 7:30. Matinees — Saturday and Sunday at 2. 2 hours, 32 minutes

WAM Theatre, Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre, 70 Kemble St. (Shakespeare & Company campus), Lenox. Tickets — start at $27. 413-637-3353; shakespeare.org; WAMTheatre.com




















































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