Immersive, moving, and laced with unexpected humor, In Darfur is a journey of courage and humanity in the face of peril.
He’s played the Phantom, Billy Flynn in Chicago and has an evening of Kander and Ebb planned for Helskinki Hudson.
On Nov. 8 Elska will sing her way through a life of curiosity, beauty, and wonder performing modern pop music for children and families.
It takes the unlikely fusion of theatre and standup to fathom the mysteries that often set our two genders apart.
20 times he repeated: “”We don’t discuss personnel matters.”
A treat for Gilbert and Sulivan fans, is this full produciton, with orchestra, of “Yeoman of the Guard” in Northampton November 7, 8, 14,15.
As much of a sensation on stage as they are on You tube, PMJB will be in Troy, Northampton, Boston and NYC this month.
A staged reading and tribute to the Bennington men and women who took part in WWII.
Performer and scholar Rob Velella knows the darkness that often lurks in literature, since he has visited the graves of dozens of deceased authors, as well as their homes.
Tony SImotes who has led the company for the last five years is out, and Rick Dildine who began last month, is taking over the reins of Shakespeare & Company.
Brooke Adams and Tony Shalhoub star in Commonwealth Shakespeare’s fresh production of Happy Days, directed by Andrei Belgrader November 18 – 23, 2014 at the Carling-Sorenson Theater at Babson College in Wellesley MA.
Another great show makes its way from the Berkshires to Broadway. It’s worth a trip to New York to see again. Yes, it’s that good.
Whether acting, writing or just talking about herself, Joy Behar is someone you just love to linger with.