Theatre Reviews 2016

A century later, ‘Arms and the Man’ still dazzles audiences
The Carolinian

Spirited And Passionate ‘Arms And The Man’ At Monomoy

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Review: Bernard Shaw’s Black Girl Arrives at the Shaw Festival
Capital Critics’ Circle

‘Black Girl’ is a stylish commentary that leaves you wanting more

The Buffalo News

Black Girl is food for thought at Shaw lunchtime show

Well and Tribune

Theater Talk: Three fabulous openings this week; ‘Black Girl’ at Shaw


This Black Girl holds her own against God: review

The Star

Major Barbara San Francisco

Tackling Shaw’s ‘Misalliance’
The Julliard Journal

ShawChicago to Present George Bernard Shaw’s MISALLIANCE This Fall

Broadway World

Review: At the Shaw: A new coat on Mrs. Warren’s Profession
Niagara Falls Review

Shaw Festival’s Mrs Warren’s Profession: There’s the seed of a superb production here – but it stays safe


Mrs. Warren’s Profession finds Shaw in fine form: review

The Star

Mrs. Warren’s Profession
DC Metro Theater Arts


The Slotkin Letter

Shaw Festival’s MRS. WARREN’S PROFESSION feels at home in Shea’s 710 Main Theatre
Buffalo Rising

Shaw presents charming ‘Mrs. Warren’s Profession’
The Buffalo News

The Philanderer review – Shaw’s sex comedy played to the hilt

The Guardian

The Philanderer review – tribute to the modern woman

The Guardian

The Philanderer (Orange Tree Theatre)


Review: Middle class morality laid bare in Pygmalion

Henley Standard

Eliza makes all the right moves in Oak Park ‘Pygmalion’
Chicago Tribune

Full of Wit and Wordplay: Remy Bumppo Presents PYGMALION by George Bernard Shaw
Broadway World

Remy Bumppo’s take on Eliza Doolittle asks, What happens years later?
Chicago Tribune

Review: Oy! In ‘Pygmalion,’ class consciousness is delightfully in session
Orlando Sentinel

BWW Review: Mad Cow’s PYGMALION an Absolute Treat
Broadway World

Review: Shaw classic dazzles at Players

Ledger Transcript

Review: Bedlam Theater Company Presents an Unforgettable Saint Joan at Spring Street
Houston Press

St. Joan
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Saint Joan at the Donmar Warehouse
The Upcoming

St Joan review: Shaw adaptation is an Arc of triumph
Irish Times

Saint Joan
The Guardian

You Never Can Tell – Abbey Theatre, Dublin
The Reviews Hub

Review: FRONT ROW CENTRE: Catch Stage Center Production’s version of George Bernard Shaw’s You Never Can Tell
North York Mirror

‘You Never Can Tell’ charms at Cal Shakes

Napa Valley Register

The salvation of Shaw
Palo Alto Online

Canada’s Shaw Fest Borders On Success

Syracuse Times

Little-Known G.B. Shaw Play Has the Last Word on Love At First Sight


ATP to stage Shaw play

The Commons Online

Garner: 5 hits, 1 miss at Shaw Festival

Democrat & Chronicle

A relationship of ideas

The Hindu

By George, They’ve Got It!

Winchester Today

Bernard Shaw short story adaptation is the highlight of the Shaw Festival

The Globe and Mail

Review: Cal Shakes toys with classic George Bernard Shaw comedy

East Bay Times

Best is worth the wait in Shaw gone wild at Cal Shakes

SF Gate

‘A Woman of No Importance’ at Shaw is full of triumphs

The Buffalo News

Review: Sturdy Reading Of A Shaw Comedy Classic

Morning Star

Review: Shaw play armed with wit and insight

Cape Cod Times

Digitizing literary resources for Canada’s students