Instead of Bill Finn celebrating other people’s music, this year Barrington Stage will put the two time Tony winner’s own songs on stage Labor Day Weekend.
From Teresita Fernández’s aurelian makeover of the museum’s main galleries, to the solid gold talent on the museum’s multiplicity of stages, to Darren Waterston’s recently installed Filthy Lucre there’s gilt galore at MASS MoCA this summer.
More than 200 students will strut their stuff on May 2 as they flash back to the musicals they put on stage this year including Pippin, Grease, Oliver, Guys and Dolls, Cats, and Dames at Sea.
“Support for Rep. Atkins’ amendment demonstrates the widespread support that MCC funding has among our elected leaders,” said Anita Walker, MCC Executive Director.
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, My Fair Lady, Doubt, 4,000 Miles and Play Date are to be performed in Bennington.
Contemporary script, great cast, and meaningful theatre come together at Sanguine Theatre in New York City.
Bang on a Can All Stars and guests will offer their musical takes on the art at MASS MoCA including that of Sol LeWitt featuring the music of Steve Reich, who was a friend and colleague of LeWitt.
Matt Wilson reports on the disastrous Mass Cultural Council budget cuts from the Ways and Means Committee. MASS Creative urges immediate action to prevent draconian funding cuts.