Few plays and productions have ever owed quite so much to their leading man as the National Theater's production of Alan Bennett's "The Madness of George III" owes to Nigel Hawthorne. His performance…
As he has proven many times in the past, Israel Horovitz can write much better plays than "Fighting Over Beverley." Put simply, it doesn't ring true. And it suffers badly from a Vera Lynn complex.
Henry Ford believed in reincarnation. He was right to do so, for Mark St. Germain's highly promising "Camping with Henry & Tom" and John Cunningham's dominant portrayal of Ford in it offer strong…
In the wake of published allegations of sexual harassment by founding artistic director Israel Horovitz, the board of the nonprofit Gloucester Stage Company has adopted and made public a harassment…