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Tina Packer is the "Mother of the Maid" and Nigel Gore the father in new drama about Joan of Arc

(l to r) Tina Packer, Jason Asprey and Nigel Gore. Photo by Enrico Spada.

Nigel Gore (l) and Tina Packer (r). Photo by Enrico Spada. … 1,493 more words

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A Midsummer Night's Dream

Just came home from a wonderful performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, which took place in Central Park at the Summit Rock,  played by an exceptional group of young actors, members of… 73 more words


Review: This hilarious "Comedy of Errors" just happens to be set on the Jersey Shore

All photos by Enrico Spada

Cloteal L. Horne as Luciana.

(l to r) Kelley Curran as Adriana and Cloteal L. Horne as Luciana.

(l to r) Douglas Seldin as Luce, Kelley Curran as Adriana and Cloteal L. 1,604 more words


Review: "The Unexpected Man" arrives at Shakespeare & Company

From Frankfurt to Paris with “The Unexpected Man” by Yasmina Reza
Theatre Review by Gail M. Burns

A man and a woman share their thoughts with us in extended monologues as they share a compartment aboard a train traveling from Paris to Frankfurt. 854 more words


John Douglas Thompson to star in first full US production of "Red Velvet" at Shakespeare & Co

Lenox, MA – Shakespeare & Company will present the first full American production of Red Velvet, written by award-winning playwright Lolita Chakrabarti, directed by Daniela Varon, and starring OBIE Award-winning actor John Douglas Thompson. 919 more words


Yasmina Reza's "The Unexpected Man" explores a romantic vision of life at ShakesCo

Lenox, MA – Shakespeare & Company welcomes The Unexpected Man into its Playhouse repertory this month. The illuminating and touching comedy written by Tony Award-winning French playwright Yasmina Reza ( 647 more words


April in Paris

My final destination before blighty and it seriously never disappoints. I arrived after the 5 hour train journey from Amsterdam. At Garde du Nord there was a little more security than normal but I scurried through and climbed the hill towards Pigalle and my hotel, the Regent Montmartre. 3,401 more words