Gail Burns found Little Shop “a solid production of this beloved and technically difficult show,” despite having a few problems.
Gail Burns reviews the new romantic comedy from the writer of “Doubt” and “Moonstruck,” a play that is both a love letter to Ireland and a hit in Dorset, VT.
A modern Comedy of Errors “truly is Shakespeare for the whole family. This is the kind of action-packed, colorful introduction to the Bard that can make life-long converts of youngsters,” says Gail Burns.
“In a performance as big as all outdoors,” Gail Burns writes, the melancholy Dane and his cohorts take the stage of The Dell at The Mount to “tell Hamlet’s tale in record time.”
A musical with heroes and villains about a rebellion against the pay-to-pee policy of a future society.