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BWW Review: Peregrine Theatre Ensemble's Riveting HAIR Finds The Poignant Heart Of A Raucous, Sweeping ShowBWW Review: Peregrine Theatre Ensemble's Riveting HAIR Finds The Poignant Heart Of A Raucous, Sweeping Show
Posted: Aug. 22, 2018


BWW Review: Cape Cod Theatre Company's Triumphant BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Is A Fable For Our TimeBWW Review: Cape Cod Theatre Company's Triumphant BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Is A Fable For Our Time
Posted: Jul. 7, 2018


BWW Review: Elements Theatre Company's BLITHE SPIRIT Is A Visual Feast of No?l Coward's Comedic CoreBWW Review: Elements Theatre Company's BLITHE SPIRIT Is A Visual Feast of No?l Coward's Comedic Core
Posted: Jul. 27, 2018


BWW Review: Peregrine Theatre Ensemble's Riveting HAIR Finds The Poignant Heart Of A Raucous, Sweeping ShowBWW Review: Peregrine Theatre Ensemble's Riveting HAIR Finds The Poignant Heart Of A Raucous, Sweeping Show
August 22, 2018

With HAIR, Peregrine Theatre Ensemble cements its place among a new generation of young regional companies who are fearless in their ambition, limitless in their energy, and highly skilled in drawing audiences into powerful, poignant moments. It's no surprise that this show is breaking house records and playing to standing ovations at Fishermen Hall.

BWW Review: Elements Theatre Company's BLITHE SPIRIT Is A Visual Feast of NoŽl Coward's Comedic Core
July 27, 2018

Elements Theatre Company's Blithe Spirit is a visual feast of a production that updates it female leads to heroines and strips the piece to its comedic core. It's a thought-provoking interpretation, and this show deserves a longer run than the two weekends it will see.

BWW Review: Cape Cod Theatre Company's Triumphant BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Is A Fable For Our TimeBWW Review: Cape Cod Theatre Company's Triumphant BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Is A Fable For Our Time
July 7, 2018

Director Jane Staab's Beauty & the Beast is a fable for our time, emphasizing the humanity of its enchanted castle's 'objects' (and even its titular beast) through costume and demeanor, while stressing the power of kindness and the promise of change. The themes run throughout this show - from its winning, broad comedy to its vivid, heartfelt moments.