Tag Archive: Dubois

Huntington’s ‘Can You Forgive Her?’ is a mixed bag

BOSTON  — The playwright Gina Gionfriddo has found an artistic home at the Huntington Theatre Company, where productions of her ”Becky Shaw” and “Rapture, Blister, Burn” were warmly greeted after debuting off-Broadway. Now the… Continue reading

‘A Little Night Music’ is a sexy, sensual delight

BOSTON –The 1973 musical “A Little Night Music” is not only the sexiest, most sensual play acclaimed composer Stephen Sondheim has involved himself in, it also boasts probably his most lush and romantic… Continue reading

‘After All’: A powerful look at bullying, redemption

BOSTON — We all know how bullying in its many forms can have horrifying effects on the victim — we have long known that — but is there also price to pay for… Continue reading

‘Smart People’ explores race with humor, heart

  BOSTON — Sometimes smart, well-educated, well-spoken people can get tripped up when it comes to issues of race and class. And big controversial ideas can drive wedges between people — even as… Continue reading