Tony Simotes was hired to be Artistic Director and President, but changes at Shakespeare & Company essentially demoted him and removed his connection to the Board of Trustees.
The story of Stonewall has been told in documentaries, but this film brings drama in the story of Danny (Jeremy Irvine) who is kicked out of his home and flees to New York City.
With theaters in Stockbridge and Pittsfield, the Berkshire Theatre Group has some of the summer’s most diverse offerings in the region. Herewith, the combined schedules for the Fitzpatrick, Unicorn and Colonial Theaters in one place.
The long awaited Kander-Ebb musical with Chita Rivera in the lead finally makes it to NYC with its dark tale of young love, timeless seduction, betrayal and revenge.
55 years on stage is an amazing record for any musical, and The Fantasticks has been the champ of off Broadway for a very long time. Who can forget “Try to Remember” or “Plant a Tulip”, simple songs that never fail to warm the heart.
“The weather didn’t scare anyone away, even snow and wind the night of the fireworks had little effect on turnout.”- Pittsfield Mayor Dan Bianchi
A pre-Passover plague descends on NYC as dead lovers begin to resurrect just in time for Easter! Meanwhile, cool fight choreography mingles with blood, gore, and special effects in this 18-member ensemble piece. R & J & Z picks up where the Bard leaves off blending equal parts verse and horror.
“Boys.” a dance about brothers, “Waterfront” from the film with a score by Leonard Bernstein, and “Panic” a completely new creation by Larry Kegwin are the highlights of this special visit to Mass MoCA.