The Women – CenterStage Productions at The Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck

Review by Erin Hebert The CenterStage Production of The Women, directed by Lisa Lynds and produced by Lou Trapani, delivers a rare insight into the lives of the most glamorous, wealthy, and miserable socialites of Manhattan—and each quip and catty comment is an absolute delight. The Clare Boothe Luce play, which first opened on Broadway in…

PREVIEW: The Crucible – The New Deal Creative Arts Center

The New Deal Creative Arts, a non-profit performing arts group based in Hyde Park, offers a gripping rendition of Arthur Miller’s 1953 drama, The Crucible. The play opens this Friday, November 8, and runs for two weekends. Written by Wendy Urban-Mead In the spring of 1692 in present-day Danvers, Massachusetts, began a series of events…