Tag Archives: Huntington

“And There’s Many a Tryst, and There’s Many a Bed”

THEATER REVIEW: A Little Night Music Huntington Theater, Boston, October 2, 2015 Sometimes a seasoned dish is best prepared traditionally. Director Peter DuBois handles Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s A Little Night Music with good taste, and doesn’t veer far from its original footprint. The second act, with lovers rushing through the trees of Madame […]

Chekhov Revised: Three Sisters-and-Brother

THEATER REVIEW: Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike Huntington Theater, Boston, January 9, 2015 Two weeks ago, I attended the Huntington’s Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, waiting to see what New York raved about. Turns out Christopher Durang’s show is seriously funny and, funny enough, kind of serious. A playwright known for the […]