David Finckel, Cello and Wu Han, Piano open Music Mountain’s 2015 season, which has planned a full slate of chamber music for its 86th Season, along with lighter offerings such as Gilbert & Sullivan and the New Eagle Jazz Band, plus evenings of Folk, Jive, dinner and dancing.
The Visit with Chita Rivera has made the trip from Williamstown to Broadway and officially opened last night. We scan through the reviews to find a fairly warm reception for this cold hearted story of love, betrayal and revenge.
During an extended interview, Jeremy Irvine talked about the six years since he first came to the public’s attention in Stephen Spielberg’s War Horse. With ten films under his belt, and another shooting in 2016, he is looking for a script that will put him back on the stage. Part One of a series.
For posing for this iconic image, she was paid $10 by Rockwell. Today the original painting resides in Bentonville, Arkansas, purchased with WalMart profits by their museum.
Over the course of three plays, we will follow Norman, an assistant librarian, who strives to make the women in his life – his wife and her two sisters – happy in this comic trilogy that will be the highlight of the 2016 theatre season.
The 2015 Headliners include Randy Graff, Alysha Umphress, Elizabeth Stanley, Niko Tsakalakos, Joe Iconis, William Finn, Deborah Abramson and many others.
The Wall Street Journal’s Terry Teachout loves Renée Fleming but finds her “bland as a hot cup of Ovaltine before bedtime” in this show. What should have been a fabulous farce never made it past dated comedy.
The “Summer of 100 Dinners” will run from July 1 to August 31 in cottages, mansions, backyards and maybe even on the Tanglewood lawn this summer. It’s all a clever and cheeky FUN-Raiser for the WAM Theatre Company.