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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 … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — Two boys sit on a fire escape together, tracing the stars in the city sky. They are brothers and they have lost their father.Now the older brother is a memory and the younger brother and his mother are facing his loss in the … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — Two women in Sarah Ruhl's "The Clean House" — which is being given an extraordinarily accomplished, richly funny and incisive production at Williamstown Theatre Festival — die laughing, literally; one of them long … more
BENNINGTON, Vt. — Ken Ludwig's 2015 "A Comedy of Tenors" is not as perfectly formed as its 1989 companion piece, "Lend Me a Tenor," but it is a breezier, giddier exercise than the choppy, albeit moderately entertaining, affair that tumbles … more
CHESTER — Chester Theatre Company artistic director Daniel Elihu Kramer has a keen sense of occasion. Dominique Morisseau's new play, "Pipeline," opened Monday night at Lincoln Center in New strongly favorable reviews. By quirk of … more
NEW LEBANON, N.Y. — Those daffy, how-can-you-not-love-'em Little Sisters of Hoboken are back on The Theater Barn stage in their daffy "Nunsense" and while this visit isn't quite as endearing as one might wish, it does pass two hours … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — All hell is breaking loose — and not in a good way — on Williamstown Theatre Festival's Nikos Stage where "Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow," Halley Feiffer's undisciplined and self-indulgent, at best, … more
NEW YORK — Mark Medoff's "Children of a Lesser God" is returning to Broadway this spring for the first time since its 1980 Tony Award-winning premiere production. Starring Joshua Jackson and introducing Lauren Ridloff in their Broadway debuts … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — The Clark Art Institute, in collaboration with Williamstown Theatre Festival, is presenting a reading of a new play, "Smart People," at 5 p.m. next Tuesday in the Clark's auditorium in the Manton Research Center. There will be a … more
CHESTER — Credit Dominique Morisseau with putting a human face on economic hardship in America.The third play in her Detroit Trilogy, "Skeleton Crew" — which is being given a smoothly crafted, persuasively acted production at Chester … more
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