Neil SImon, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks, Agatha Christie and Marc Camoletti have written the plays and musicals at The Theater Barn.
A Christopher Durang comedy double-header will be preformed from the Catskills to the Berkshires in the coming months.
From comedian Bill Cosby and Pilobolus Dance, to the music of Bela Fleck, Taj Mahal and Natalie Merchant, it’s going to be a spectacular summer in Great Barrington.
Imagine a comedy revolving around today’s middle-class African-Americans fighting white intruders in their neighborhood just as white racists blocked black homebuyers 50 years earlier.
Just one more weekend to catch one of the finest plays of the year. Lettice and Lovage closes March 31.
This Jules Verne tale will gibe both your imagination and funny bone a real workout.
The Case for Safe Wildlife Crossings in the Berkshires gets intense discussion in Pittsfield this week, just one of 18 great things to see and do.
What’s an aspiring actor to do but steal her little scene in the big picture whenever she can….
If you love spaghetti suppers and 50-50 raffles, you are working your way into America’s heart.
Pittsfield, MA – Berkshire Theatre Group is excited to announce it will begin accepting submissions beginning March 15, 2013 for the third annual Made in the Berkshires festival, which will occur October 11-13 at both the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield as well as the Unicorn Theatre in Stockbridge. The deadline for submissions is May 15.…
It’s part SNL, part Chippendales — and all in fun.
At 28 she met her birth mother in Tennessee. That event turned her into a comic.
Reviewers Gail Burns and Larry Murray report overwhelming delight, and just a couple of disappointments, in the ten new plays in the Barrington Stage 10×10 Festival.
A quick synopsis of each play, the cast and directors.
Making minced meat of the truth provides a delightful escape into David Ive’s irreverent adaptation of this howling old farce.
Treat Williams, Kim Taylor and Kate Maguire appear on the main stage in 2013.
It seems that the Solid Sound lineup will run the gamut from A to Z..
Improv Musicals are about the most difficult – and funniest – things an improv troupe can do.
In the backwoods, a Midwinter’s NIght’s Dream under a sky filled with the Northern Lights.
John Hodgman returns to his birth state to curate an evening of comedy at Mass MoCA on June 22, 2013.
Unless you have been in Key West at Sunset, you likely have never seen anything this amazing before.
With the movie crew in town, the reality of their dull lives hits a rural Irish village hard.
Dirck Toll makes a rare appearance in this high energy show with no greenhouse gas emissions.
A hilarious new spoof of a film adored by many and ripe for parody.
With casting complete, rehearsals begin for ten new short plays to be unveiled in mid February.
An exceptional play about ordinary people and the healing power of theatre is worth a special trip to Cambridge, New York.
What is better than farce where little while lies become hilarious situations when found out. Kevin Coleman directs.
Barrington Stage is offering an open mic to Berkshire’s young and talented teens to share their music, stand up comedy and other creative efforts.
British “panto” is far from silent, or elegant. It is hilarious musical comedy with lots of sardonic topical humor, as well as good old fashioned (if a bit raucous) family fun.
Coming to Boston’s Wilbur Theatre, Spank is the Fifty Shades of Grey Parody that teases and delights..
Academy Award winner Alan Menken has penned some great songs for Sister Act coming soon.
An obsession with bodily functions., growing old, and 131 F-Bombs in one film, a new record. It made me laugh. Once.