Artistic director Dina Janis calls Intimate Apparel “a profoundly moving play about people who have been marginalized and erased from the public record.”
REVIEW: Never has the debate between career and family been so clearly drawn, in this case a choice between the luxury of safety for upper-class Americans and the danger and instability that engulfs most of the rest of the world.
Using some of the most beautiful and heart-breaking language in all of Shakespeare, Prince Hal takes on the crown, rallies his exhausted troops and sets forth to repair his post-civil war nation.
A recently separated couple meets at an old New England Inn on a snowy day in the middle of winter. Amanda has no idea what Sam is up to.
This breathtaking event will showcase the scope of plays being written by women and the range of professional theater being produced in and around the DC area. It kicks off Sept. 8 with two weekend intensives October 2-4 and 23-25, 2015.
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.