Bob Goepfert

Bob Goepfert Reviews "Pippin" At Proctors

May 28, 2015

In today’s world of entertainment the big thing is the cirque shows where young, muscular people perform acts of amazing strength, balance and dexterity.  Usually the separate numbers are linked with a pretentious theme.

Pittsfield, Mass. – First things first.  “Butler,” playing at Barrington Stage Company in Pittfield, Mass. through June 13 is not a play about a White House butler- or any other butler.   Butler is the name of a major-general who inadvertently shaped the Union’s policy towards slavery during the Civil War.

Bob Goepfert Reviews "Hamlet" At Capital Rep

Apr 28, 2015

There is much to like and even admire in the Capital Repertory Theatre production of “Hamlet,” which continues through May 10.

Bob Goepfert Reviews "Electric Soup"

Apr 24, 2015

Sometimes being a transitional figure who exists between two important art movements can be a guarantee you will be neglected by history.

Bob Goepfert Reviews "Spring Awakening"

Apr 23, 2015

During the pre-show curtain speech on opening night at the Theatre Institute at Sage production of “Spring Awakening,”  the director, Leigh Strimbeck, told the audience, “Sometimes the right cast comes together for the right musical at the right time and the right place.   This is one of those times.”

Michelle Checchi

It’s spring and once again Major league baseball is stating its claim as “the National Pastime.”

Bob Goepfert Reviews "Dinner With Friends"

Apr 18, 2015

"Dinner With Friends," playing at Curtain Call Theatre in Latham through May 9, is a richly textured play filled with insights on human nature. It also has wise observations on the complicated dynamic of relationships.

Bob Goepfert Reviews "Tigers Be Still"

Feb 1, 2015

LATHAM:   “Tigers Be Still,” a play that is being given its regional premiere at Curtain Call Theatre in Latham, is off-beat fun filled with what we love to call quirky characters.   

Bob Goepfert Reviews "How Water Behaves"

Jan 27, 2015

“How Water Behaves,” a world-premiere comedy-drama that’s  playing at Capital Repertory Theatre through February 8, is an easy play to like – or at least, want to like. 

 SCHENECTADY – For those of you who are like me and tend to dismiss musicals in favor of dramas, the musical “Jersey Boys” playing at Proctors Theatre in Schenectady through Sunday is for you.

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