Sheila Barth


‘The Last Schwartz’ Opening at Gloucester Stage

By Sheila Barth

‘The Last Schwartz’ Opening at Gloucester Stage
Don’t expect Deborah Zoe Laufer’s play opening at Gloucester Stage to be a typical dark comedy about a Jewish dysfunctional family.Read More


A Very Visible Phantom Gourmet

By Sheila Barth

A Very Visible Phantom Gourmet
“Our popularity amazes and humbles us. We’re hardworking guys. We take a lot of pride in what we do.”Read More


Arthur Miller’s ‘Broken Glass’ A Vivid Reflection of Humanity

By Sheila Barth

Arthur Miller’s ‘Broken Glass’ A Vivid Reflection of Humanity
As a tribute to the playwright’s birthday centennial on October 17, New Rep’s season opens with Miller’s lesser-known play.Read More


‘Waitress’ Delivers a Satisfying Musical Theater Treat

By Sheila Barth

‘Waitress’ Delivers a Satisfying Musical Theater Treat
Although “Waitress” isn’t your typical feel-good musical, it’s uplifting and high-spirited. Don’t miss it.Read More


Small but Mighty Local Theaters

By Sheila Barth

Small but Mighty Local Theaters
A plethora of theater companies have sprung up in the Boston and North Shore area, and are thriving, offering superb productions without compromising their artistic integrity.Read More



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