Category: New England
A frail girl and a drifter in a savage spring
New City Stage Company's production of The Woolgatherer, now at the Walnut's Studio 5, is very much like springtime. This isn't because William Mastrosimone's bereft strangers, Cliff and Rose, meet and fall in love, or because together they uncover new meaning hidden in their lonely lives.
Stage Review: PICT gets Wilde with family musical
As if it weren't enough to stage a subscription season of heavyweights Shakespeare, Wilde and Synge, Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre is now double-dipping ...
Funding woes sink small arts companies
While its "Angels" soared, one small theater company — Boston Theatre Works — discovered what other arts groups are learning: sometimes bigger leads to big problems.
A grand finale at the Huntington
In his final production as artistic director of the Huntington Theatre Company, Nicholas Martin leaves us with a sweet, witty, and utterly charming musical to remember him by.
Review: 'The Caretaker'