Summer smiles in the Berkshires with a charming revival of this Sondheim favorite.
A lovingly restored version of Strauss’s opera reveals that sometimes cuts are for the best.
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Two celebrated 1950s musicals get strikingly dissimilar festival productions this summer.
An elegantly streamlined makes the best case for the show I’ve yet seen.
Sarah Silverman’s memoir-musical takes on a traumatic subject with an uneasy mix of crude comedy and serious themes.
Can we start by not using Barbra Streisand as a polestar here?
The collective audience sigh of joy that greeted the opening chords signaled success from the start.
For all of the ingenuity and accomplishment of director Lileana Blain-Cruz and company, something here doesn’t add up.
The undisputed cause célèbre here — for better or worse — is director Simon Stone.
More than just a revival—it’s a reinvigoration of one of the best works of the last 50 years.