The winning "SIX" reimagines the wives of British monarch Henry VIII as pop stars, then sets them in something of a flashy pop concert to tell the stories of their lives.
"The Inferior Sex" is playwright Jaqueline E. Lawton's fascinatingly comic view of a time in our country where women of all cultures, colors and races were fighting for equality.
How does the national tour hold up to such an electric reputation? Very well, indeed. This touring cast boasts musical, vocal talent followed by intricate choreographic movements that will capture your attention and hold it.
Filled with colorful characterizations and moments of drama, pathos and comedy, "Come From Away" is a crowd-pleasing experience that will have attendees laughing, weeping and clapping.
Once again Trinity Repertory Company examines Shakespeare; but this time is quite different. Taking a strong female character that appears in no less than four plays sounds like a daunting task. But they succeed brilliantly with "By the Queen."
In "Faith Healer," Irish dramatist Brian Friel ("Dancing at Lughnasa," "Molly Sweeney") explores the lives of the title character, Frank Hardy, a complicated man whose gifts may or not be real.
The Gamm is certainly on its way to making this another Holiday tradition, just as Trinity Repertory Company has with its "Christmas Carol."
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