Tag Archive: Burrows

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

‘Henry VIII’ isn’t Bard’s best, but it is well done

BOSTON — I have been a fan of famed Shakespeare interpreter/actor/director Tina Packer since I first stumbled onto Shakespeare & Company in Lenox while vacationing in the Berkshires years ago. She has often… Continue reading