Compass A&E

A new start at The Sharon Playhouse: No more Chekhov with three actors to each part. No more  unique casting for hallowed musicals. No more “Death of a Salesman,” as one totally tone-deaf company scheduled years back to start the season.    


What summer audiences in this part of the world crave are musicals, you know songs, dance, a little vaudeville, a lot of wit.  Like “Anything Goes.” This piece may have gone through many rewrites since 1934, but the season opener at The Sharon Playhouse is still the sly and...