Nobody offers more variety and emerging performers than Mass MoCA in North Adams. Here’s what’s up this fall.
This is the sort of performance that gives Fringe theatre a bad name.
Engaging, then riveting, this is a sad story of great depth and beauty. Bonus: Q&A with the composer.
A Gail Burns review about a thoughtful exploration of the moments that impact our lives, plus a bit of Ibsen, too.
“Blood Play” is cutting edge theatre with many secrets, and is not about to give them up easily.
These puppets make for a “touching and very theatrical work,” says Gail Burns in her review.
The spellbinding epic tale is retold in a new translation and adaptation, with music.
This band of crazy cows (that’s what “Mucca Pazza” means) will torment North Adams with its whacky blend of music and zany performances.
A unique theatrical outing that takes an ancient story and wraps it up in a shiny package of slapstick comedy, fast live gypsy jazz music and sexy lipstick choreography.
Gail and Larry predict that these are going to be the most popular and talked about shows of the summer..
Making a dance set to the histrionics of an unfaithful preacher is a chilling transposition of the secular and the sleazy.
“Moment of Impact” JULY 24-JULY 28 is just one of a dozen fascinating things to do and see at the Berkshire Fringe Festival.