Sundance Institute Theatre Program will present Lucy Alibar’s “Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up” on Dec. 6, 2014.
Gilroy is his name. Wildly popular thrillers are his game. He talks about the act of building suspense on film.
From Lotte Reiniger in the 1920′s to Great Barrington’s legendary Joan Ackermann, women have had a unique – and much needed – voice in the overwhelming men’s world of filmmaking.
McNally wrote the play not to be controversial, but to find his way back to a spiritual life as a gay man.
Never doubt the ability of James Franco to make audiences double over with laughter even as his latest film, “The Interview” might actually provoke an international incident.
We talk with Streb about her work which intertwines the disciplines of dance, athletics, boxing, rodeo, the circus, and Hollywood stunt-work, captured on film by Catherine Gund.
There will be quite a parade of String, Wind and Piano Virtuosos, Stars of Opera, Dance and the Chamber Music World in Concerts at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington Fall, Winter, Spring 2014-15.
Joseph Gifford’s unique teaching philosophy has influenced countless dancers, actors and conductors over the past 70 years.
A beautiful shire was created from the descriptions in the Lord of the Rings book.
These actors believe the power of art and hope can transcend political oppression so they risk everything in Belarus, where a dictatorship tries to control even people’s thoughts.
A group of intrepid students and friends put their 45 minute musical on film and online, and there’s plenty to praise about it.
A conservative city councilman and scheming minister want to find out which teens are gay so they can send them to an ex-gay rehab camp.