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Sisters discover that the hunt for identity, especially immersed in a hostile cultural landscape, can be a bruising, blustery quest,
The wit, rather than wisdom, of the ages gives audiences a healthy dose of the medicine that transcends all boundaries in this late season retiree romp.
The "new Mamet," The Christopher Boy’s Communion conjures up “some of the old black magic” that has assured the playwright a place in theatre history.
On a sparse stage, and in fine voice, Treat Williams becomes Ulysses S. Grant and asks us to consider the costs of moral courage at a time of national divisiveness.
The ultimate diminished monarch consecrates a new stage in King Lear, at Shakespeare & Company, Lenox through August 28.