Frank Rizzo

Review: ‘Sly Fox’


Greed is not only good, it's downright hysterical in the Broadway-bound revival of Larry Gelbart's farce "Sly Fox." Gelbart's literately low script, based loosely on Ben Jonson's "Volpone," is a love…

Review: ‘King Lear’


Avery Brooks makes his grand entrance as King Lear down the aisle of the auditorium to the stage, where a royal celebration is going on with joyous chanting, dancing and drumming. It's a bold choice…

Review: ‘Nunsense’


For the definition of a theatrical miracle, look at the phenomenon called "Nunsense," the tacky frolic that began Off Broadway 20 years ago and has become a cottage industry, a precursor to the…

Barrington sets sked


A new William Finn musical and a world premiere of a play by Mark St. Germain ("Camping With Henry and Tom") will highlight the summer season at Barrington Stage, performing at the Consolati…

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