The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – Rhinebeck Theater Society

Review by Joe Eriole In reviewing Rhinebeck Theater Society's (RTS) production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, it is necessary to note that the company is producing a remarkable script, by Simon Stephens, adapted from an even more remarkable book by Mark Haddon. It won the Tony for Best Play in 2015. These…

Yankee Tavern – County Players CP2 Readers Theatre

Coming up at County Players! Courtesy photo by Harold Bonacquist County Players CP2 Series Readers Theatre continues with the dramatic thriller Yankee Tavern (Written by Steven Dietz - Reading Directed by Kit Colbourn) on March 2nd at 8pm & March 3rd at 2pm County Players, one of the longest running community theaters in the area will present…

Terms of Endearment – The Two of Us Productions

Review by Teresa Gasparini Words do not do justice to the unconditional love that can exist between a mother and daughter. Though sometimes strained, misused, or mistreated, a mother-daughter bond is generally unmatched and unbreakable. In The Two of Us/Roving Actors’ Repertory Ensemble production of Terms of Endearment, we watch the relationship of Aurora, expertly portrayed…

Exit Laughing at County Players

Review by Joe Eriole We must be careful not to judge how people choose to mourn the loss of someone dear to them. But Paul Elliott's Exit Laughing does suggest one avenue for facing such grief that seems very appealing indeed: the company of friends and the comfort of laughter.Exit Laughing's central character is never seen, in a…