Tag Archive: PaulaPlum

Huntington’s modernized ‘Tartuffe’ loses something

BOSTON – Moliere may have written the piece in the 17th Century, but many of the great plays are movable feasts. So while Moliere intended “Tartuffe” to be generally a treatise on religious… Continue reading

At GSC, Horovitz’s ‘final exam’ for wives, lovers

GLOUCESTER – They are a quartet of women with something in common: A man. They come together in a Parisian apartment to – mourn? – the passing of the professor they were all… Continue reading

This ‘Godot’ honors those actors who sit and wait

BOSTON – How best to satirize or parody a work of art ? Well, in this case it’s be like Sam – aka Samuel Beckett, the author of “Waiting for Godot,” the 1953… Continue reading

Lyric Stage’s ‘Virginia Woolf’: A battle for the ages

BOSTON – Playwright Edward Albee was not all about making theater-goers feel comfortable. In his classic “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”, now being presented by the Lyric Stage Company of Boston, there is… Continue reading

‘The Last Schwartz’: Keeping family and faith alive

GLOUCESTER – You never know what will cause the ties that bind families together to fray. Family gatherings are often emotional powder kegs ready to explode. It can happen even at a memorial… Continue reading