REVIEW: “Actually” in Williamstown

by Gail M. Burns Two first-year students at Princeton, Thomas Anthony (Joshua Boone) and Amber Cohen (Alexandra Socha). Thomas is black and a talented piano player. Amber is a white and Jewish, and a bundle of conflicting ambitions and desires. Both are eighteen. Legally, they are adults, but as we listen to the stories they…

REVIEW: “The Roommate” at Williamstown

Vetting The Roommate by Barbara Waldinger A play bearing the title The Roommate evokes visions of college dormitories or New York City apartments, unaffordable for young people living alone.  Perhaps the characters started as friends, perhaps they are strangers, but for sure the sparks will fly between them before the first act is over.  But…