Five major Connecticut theater organizations have united for the first time to create a statewide system to offer reduced-priced tickets.
It's not just the casting of Shakespeare & Company's plump, sixtysomething a.d. as queen of denial that sinks its production of "Antony and Cleopatra" like a bad barge.
David Wiltse's "Sedition" examines free speech in America during times of war -- a subject especially relevant and worthy now.
Nicholas Martin's always pleasurable, often moving and sometimes inspired revival for Williamstown Theater Festival of Emlyn Williams' love letter to his teacher, "The Corn is Green."
If you're aiming to have a swell party, it's best to have a smart theme, appealing people and tasty goodies -- all of which are lacking in the nervy, nasty and not-very-much-fun new musical "Party…