Lighting up the Troy Music Hall on April 18, Paula Poundstone will also lighten our mood as she shares her hilarious observations of our whacky world with you. You don’t need a degree to know when something is funny.
From April 10 to 26 you can see truly original theatre . Set in a small provincial church without parishioners and using masks, music and imagination a tale of obsolescence unfolds…
Pinter, Chekhov and Thoreau are on the Unicorn stage as are works by Amber Chand and Suzanne Heathcote. Plus Kingston Trio America and Arlo Guthrie at the Colonial.
Here’s a funny and heartwarming comedy outing at the Whitney Center for the Arts with the Town Players of Pittsfield. March 13-22.
Lily Tomlin is just as fresh, and possibly even funnier today than when you first met her via television. And with St. Patrick’s day soon to arrive, who can resist some great Irish music with Caladh Nua to celebrate!
It takes the unlikely fusion of theatre and standup to fathom the mysteries that often set our two genders apart.
Whether acting, writing or just talking about herself, Joy Behar is someone you just love to linger with.