For eight years, Randy Harrison appeared regularly at the Berkshire Theatre Festival. With many memorable roles, it was his Lucky in Waiting for Godot that he is best remembered for. He talks Beckett with editor Larry Murray.
Curated by WAM Theatre’s Artistic Associate Molly Clancy, the popular Fresh Takes series provides a platform for ground-breaking works by women using Berkshire actors and directors.
“We’re taking a risk here and crossing a boundary. We’re creating a play about a sitting Supreme Court justice. We start with a living public figure, identify him by name and craft a fictional drama around him.” Proof theatre can still be daring.
A teenage girl’s quest to discover her brother’s shooter reveals the tragedy of inner city gun violence and what young people can do to survive and prevent it. March 5-22 in NYC.
After the play reading, you are invited to stay and see why Wharton continues to inspire, and share your thoughts with the actors, writer, and director.
Fifty years after the suicide of Alan Turing, we marvel at how his own country turned on him, and tried to take away his credit for building the first real computer.
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.