Edith Wharton’s got man trouble. Not just with alcoholic and philandering husband Teddy, who takes off from their winter quarters in Paris, but also with a socially and sexually wily reporter for The London Times, Morton Fullerton, whose seductive charms plunge Edith into a torrid three year affair. That’s the premise of playwright Anne Undeland’s new play, “Mr. Fullerton”, being staged for the first time at Great Barrington Public Theater. Indeed, the younger lover (fou
If there’s a better stage drama about Eleanor Roosevelt than Mark St. Germain’s “Eleanor” in its world premiere at Barrington Stage Company in Pittsfield - bring it on. This excellent, introspective and consistently compelling, 90 minute solo drama, brilliantly rendered in a searing performance by Tony-winner Harriet Harris, not only affirms the public record of FDR’s wife, but also boldly probes her personal struggles that informed her lifetime of service. Politically, St.