Berkshire Playwright Jane Denitz Smith Loves Dialogue

Jane Denitz Smith has always been a writer. Over the years she’s written in a variety of genres, but playwriting is a format to which she keeps returning.    “I’ve always loved dialogue, it’s my place of comfort, what I felt was most interesting,” Smith explained, “I am fascinated by the tension between what’s said…

REVIEW: “Lady Randy” at WAM Theatre

by Barbara Waldinger It has been said that a play is merely a blueprint until it receives a full production. Lady Randy, by Anne Undeland, is a perfect example of how a biographical play about Jennie Jerome, the mother of Winston Churchill, becomes an extraordinary theatrical event. Undeland’s witty and well-researched play details Jerome’s life…