My enjoyment of ‘Outside Mullingar’ surprised me; I gravitate to what I refer to as the three D’s of Irish drama: drink, death and doom.
Tag: Conor McPherson
THEATRE REVIEW: ‘The Birds’ at Barrington Stage doesn’t fly
Can human trust overcome animal instinct? What happens when nature revenges what man has created?
THEATRE REVIEW: ‘The Birds,’ future shock at Barrington Stage
This is not your typical summer fare, not like the Hitchcock movie would have been: This is important theater presented in an important way.
REVIEW: ‘The Weir’ at Ghent Playhouse
This is certainly a worthwhile production of a play. Let your curiosity get the best of you and step out to the local for a dose of late 20th century Irish reality.
Bits & Bytes: ‘The Weir’ at Ghent Playhouse; Matt Pardo at Berkshire Pulse; RSYP open mic; ‘The Brave Little Parrot’ at Camphill Ghent
Pardo has a special connection to Berkshire Pulse: his solo piece “Life.Long” began in the old Berkshire Pulse dance studios.
Bits & Bytes: GB firefighter graduations; ‘The Weir’ auditions; Ann Wright at Friends Meeting House; Writers Read series; CHP gets grant
“The Academy was one of the most physically and mentally demanding experiences I have endured. I feel much more confident in the jobs I will have to perform … and I am incredibly proud to serve the community.”
— Great Barrington firefighter Jacob Borden
Review: ‘Shining City’ at Barrington Stage is close to perfection
Altogether this is as close to perfection as you get in the theater. A very good play with extremely good actors under the exacting direction of a very talented man of the stage.