Under the new deal, Stewart will view current events through his unique prism. Working with cloud graphics company OTOY Inc., its new technology will allow him to produce timely short-form digital content worthy of repeat viewing.
WAM’s “Holy Laughter” is only one of many upcoming performances on a very busy first Friday in November.
A writer and producer for MTV’s Girl Code, and her own recently released web series, Seeing Other People, Brooke Van Poppelen is an unpredictable human laugh machine.
There is nothing more entertaining than straight men dressing as women, especially when Harvey Fierstein gets to write their lines. Speakeasy has a knack for finding the fun shows, too.
With jazz violinist Regina Carter just added to the schedule, the Troy Music Hall has one of the busiest and fun filled calendars of any Berkshire region venue.
Never one to stereotype herself as a ‘female comedian’, she not only shot through the glass ceiling, she never even acknowledged that it was there.
When the lights go out the fun begins as Peter Shaffer’s popular, highly energetic farce, “Black Comedy” returns to the area Friday August 21 through September 6.