Benefactors' 'Julius Caesar': Politics of differing kinds (Review)
07/23/2014 04:23 PM EDT
STOCKBRIDGE - Four people - two couples - come a long way over a period of 20 years in Michael Frayn's elegant, richly layered play, "Benefactors," which is being given a thoughtful, admirably acted and directed production at Berkshire Theatre Group's Unicorn Theatre.Full Story
Williamstown Theatre Festival's 'Living on Love': Comedy's bones rise on Main Stage (Review)
07/23/2014 07:04 AM EDT - WILLIAMSTOWN -- In approaching "Peccadillo," a 1985 comedy by the late Garson Kanin, playwright Joe Di Pietro has taken the bones of a play that Kanin had only just "started and never had a chance to really make . Full Story
Review: Williamstown Theatre Festival's 'A Great Wilderness'
07/16/2014 05:03 PM EDT -
WILLIAMSTOWN -- Redemption and forgiveness figure prominently in Samuel D. Hunter's "A Great Wilderness" at Williamstown Theatre Festival's Nikos Stage.Full Story
Chester Theatre Company: When closure is in short supply
07/16/2014 05:04 PM EDT -
CHESTER -- Redemption -- when and if it comes at all -- comes when you least expect it.Full Story
Officials release sketch in peacock shooting death
RANCHO PALOS VERDES, Calif. (AP) — Officials have released a sketch of a man suspected of shooting and killing a peacock from his Mercedes-Benz earlier this month in Southern California. Full Story
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Adele's 1-year-old son wins British paparazzi lawsuit
Angelo Adkins scores five figures from photo agency that court rules trampled his rights.