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"Stonewall" DIldine and the mess at Shakespeare & Company

Building a wall between the audience and the actors
by Larry Murray

For more than a week, the board and management of Shakespeare & Company in Lenox has evaded every question about the sudden departure of artistic director Tony Simotes. 1,227 more words


Review: Private Eyes at ShakesCo is a befuddling tangle of lovers and cheaters. Or is it...

Luke Reed and Elizabeth ‘Lily’ Cardaropoli. Photo by Enrico Spada.

Lori Evans. Photo by Enrico Spada.

Marcus Kearns and Caroline Calkins. Photo by Enrico Spada. … 1,095 more words


“Be not inhospitable to strangers lest they be angels in disguise”

On Sunday afternoon, we wandered into Shakespeare & Co., the bohemian home to hundred of beautiful books stacked, and packed into the bookshop. The original bookshop was opened by Sylvia Beach in 1919 in the 6th arrondissement and attracted writers of the “lost generation” including Ernst Hemingway, F. 291 more words


WAM tackles Winter Miller's "In Darfur" to benefit South Africa Orphanage

The Berkshire’s innovative WAM (Women’s Action Movement) Theatre is gearing up for its most ambitious and daring fall production: the New England premiere of Winter Miller’s timely drama,  2,593 more words


Love! Passion! Deception! get all twisted together in "Private Eyes" at S&Co

It may be true that Caroline Calkins and Marcus Kearns played opposite each other in the appealing roles of Romeo and Juliet earlier this season at The Mount, but this hilarious thriller directed by Jonathon Croy is nothing like that. 981 more words