Jay Armstrong Johnson is sending audiences back in time to a time when laughter and love weren’t quite so complicated.
McNally wrote the play not to be controversial, but to find his way back to a spiritual life as a gay man.
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.
Vanya et alia (as we call the play’s characters around here) doesn’t take its Chekhov too seriously. So the actors are having a ball, playing it as a real family in otder to produce its moments of hilarity.
Feydeau said it best: “Whenever two of my characters absolutely, positively under any circumstances shouldn’t meet, I put them in the same room together.”
A group of intrepid students and friends put their 45 minute musical on film and online, and there’s plenty to praise about it.
Marg Helgenberger talks about her challenging role in Sharr White’s puzzle play where nothing is quite as it seems.
The Broadway legend Bebe Neuwirth and I have a chat about “Chicago”, Braodway and the Berkshires.
“I didn’t realize how far out I’d gone…” – Olympia Dukakis
Talking with Julianne Boyd about her approach to the first Shakespeare play offered by Barrington Stage.
Interview: Robert Sean Leonard on Pygmalion at the Williamstown Theatre Festival by Larry Murray The second main stage offering of the 2013 Williamstown Theatre Festival (WTF) July 17- 27 is the classic story of Pygmalion. It is the work that won George Bernard Shaw the Pulitzer Prize in literature in 1925, and his timeless characters…
In Williamstown Heather Lind is a new star is on the rise at the Theatre Festival.