Tag Archive: Bensussen

Gandiello’s ‘Oceanside’ a promising, flawed debut

LOWELL — It’s exciting when a new playwright  gets his first fully-staged professional production.  It’s even more exciting when that world premiere boasts an excellent cast, a strong set of designers and an… Continue reading

‘Awake and Sing!’ finds light in a dark tunnel

BOSTON — The Huntington Theatre Company can look backward just as easily as looking forward. The theater nourishes new works and emerging local playwrights, but also looks backs regularly to revisit the classics,… Continue reading

Intimate setting adds greatly to ‘Cherry Orchard’

  CHESTNUT HILL — Actors Shakespeare Project hasn’t deviated from The Bard’s canon very often in the past decade — three times, to be exact. But ASP has decided to bring Anton Chekhov… Continue reading