SCHRECK: Light-handed and heavy-hearted

February 6, 2013 • 0
The American dream has taken hold of a sleepy Irish town in Marie Jones’ 1996 play “Stones in His Pockets."

SCHRECK: Clueless at the court

November 8, 2012 • 1
In the Yale Repertory Theatre’s production of “Marie Antoinette,” revolutionary France serves as proxy for America’s current social and economic climate. Marie, in her heavy jewels and towering wigs, is a satirization of the one percent: her life is full of servants and chocolate, yet she won’t stop traipsing around her castle, endlessly and nasally »