A potent musical fable about Cuba under Batista blends a Jewish family’s loyalties with political realities and introduces a mythical Golem into the mix.
The Barrington Stage Youth Theatre opens this popular musical at the Berkshire Museum and runs to August 10, 2014.
Many think the tap dance number with the monster is about as funny as musicals get. Bring the kids. Bring the grandkids. It’s a fun family show. July 24-August 3.
On the Town is preparing New York City for the show that made history last summer at Barrington Stage Company.
The classic musical tale of a chorus girl who has the stuff to become the star of the show.
Barrington Stage has outdone themselves with this “Kiss Me, Kate”. Our critics sing its praises but found a couple of things to disagree about, too.
The Gala could be called “One Night in Heaven” as the great singers and actors who have starred in 20 years of hits return to mark the BSC anniversary.
They not only fill the stage, they overflow it with their youthful enthusiasm and energy.
With Richard Koons as Tevye and Monica M. Wemitt as Golda, his wife, the cast of Fiddler fields some first class singers June 19-29.
A group of intrepid students and friends put their 45 minute musical on film and online, and there’s plenty to praise about it.
Jeremy Jordan and Laura Michelle Kelly star in this world premiere musical at American Repertory Theatre, directed by Diane Paulus and with choreography by Mia Michaels.
For those who loved Elizabeth Stanley as Claire De Loone in last summer’s On the Town, playing Lili Vanessi/Kate will surely bring us more to cheer about . (LM)