February’s Valentines are less sweet and innocent and more of a tease when you spend it with the Gypsy Layne Cabaret.
How our buried childhood memories can be turned into the stuff of comedy as we laugh at ourselves and experience a sort of catharsis.
Put on your snowshoes and make tracks for Helsinki Hudson where the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus will make it worth your while to have a Saturday night out.
Larry Murray travels to Baltimore to see Waters entertain his neighbors and finds the filmmaker’s Christmas show is the most sincere and authentic celebration of Christmas around.
Sent through The Gold Dust Orphans’ glitter-filled parody machine, “It’s a Horrible Life” is destined to become another holiday favorite.
Isn’t it ironic that Kurt Vonnegut wrote eleven versions of “Make up your Mind” from which playwright has assembled a single play to premiere at Speakeasy Stage and plays throughout the month of November..
“Other People’s Money” is the rare sort of play that will make you laugh, make you think, and maybe even make you cry.
Henson’s first iteration of Kermit the Frog used material from one of his mother’s old coats and a couple of ping pong balls for eyes.
Sexy, funny and smart, the Tony-winning play “Venus in Fur” gets its regional premiere at CapRep. Consider our report verbal foreplay.
A diverse array of performances grace the Berkshire Theatre Group’s Fall 2013 programming.
The Mahaiwe’s programming is always a pleasant surprise, and their stage will be alive with great offerings right ithrough the holidays.
The play God of Carnage will act as the springboard for a discussion on how theatre might help humans be more human.
Breezy entertainment about serious subjects like love, divorce, aging and death that is as caustic as it is comic.
Talking with Julianne Boyd about her approach to the first Shakespeare play offered by Barrington Stage.
A madcap that has it all: romantic shenanigans, three love affairs, mistaken identities and a disappearing diamond.
Husband and wife in real life, Adkins and May play secret lovers on stage.
“Blood Play” is cutting edge theatre with many secrets, and is not about to give them up easily.
. One of the smartest – and swiftest – productions of Pygmalion in recent times, from director Nicholas Martin
In Dorset they are known not only for deep drama, but for classic comedy, well done, as well.
From the author of “Boeing Boeing,” comes an even funnier farce.
Director Jenna Ware and company promise to pull out all the stops in this hilarious classic.
The siren call of the Wind in the Poplars draws three old veterans to plan one more adventure as old age closes in.
This will be the first time this play is performed at the company’s Kemble Street campus.
Further casting news from Barrington Stage finds Richard Schiff of The West Wing joining the company this summer.
Gail and Larry predict that these are going to be the most popular and talked about shows of the summer..
Three doddering old heroes plan their final escape from boredom.
America’s favorite Goat Boy will bring his whacky humor to Pittsfield’s Colonial Theatre on June 6. Photo by Gene Duncan/Disney.
The Berkshire Theatre Group has released its casting choices for the summer of 2013, with actors both familiar and new.
The Jewish Jester is rife with double entendres and comedic misunderstandings.
“Moment of Impact” JULY 24-JULY 28 is just one of a dozen fascinating things to do and see at the Berkshire Fringe Festival.
It’s not just Joan Rivers. It’s an invasion.
PS21 in Chatham, New York is, hands down, the most amazing local arts program in the region.