From stage to screen, and back again, His Girl Friday is John Guare’s gift to audiences who like to laugh. Berkshire on Stage talked to the playwright, the director and the lead actors to get the inside scoop. Photo by Stephen Sorokoff.
Queen Lattifah says “I was exhausted, frankly, after a day’s work of being Bessie. She had a husband, a boyfriend and a girlfriend. She was fighting and singing. That’s a lot of woman.”
During an extended interview, Jeremy Irvine talked about the six years since he first came to the public’s attention in Stephen Spielberg’s War Horse. With ten films under his belt, and another shooting in 2016, he is looking for a script that will put him back on the stage. Part One of a series.
Randy Harrison talks about his latest film, a comedy, and how commitments elsewhere have kept him away from the Berkshires.
The story of Stonewall is the story of Danny (Jeremy Irvine) who is kicked out of his home and flees to New York City.
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.
Jay Armstrong Johnson is sending audiences back in time to a time when laughter and love weren’t quite so complicated.