Two Stars Shine In Delightful Performances

Theater: ‘Lost Lake’
Lynette R. Freeman and Quentin Maré in Berkshire Theatre Group’s “Lost Lake.” Photo by Emma Rothenberg-Ware

‘Lost Lake,” Berkshire Theatre Group’s fall production in its Unicorn Theatre in Stockbridge, Mass., is a two-character play that will keep you delighted and laughing for its 90 intermission-less minutes, but it will have no lasting dramatic impact. That’s because its characters, well drawn as they may be, are on separate trajectories that never intersect — or when they do, briefly in the final few minutes, it is too little, too late.

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