More than 200 students will strut their stuff on May 2 as they flash back to the musicals they put on stage this year including Pippin, Grease, Oliver, Guys and Dolls, Cats, and Dames at Sea.
Agatha Christie, Charles Busch, Irving Berlin and the regional premiere of The Addams Family are on tap for the affordable Theater Barn in New Lebanon, NY.
SLOC has undertaken some 500 quality theatrical productions at various locations since 1926. This winter they take on “Caroline, or Change” set in 1963 as the times were changing for folks in Lake Charles, Louisiana.
From “Putting it Together” to “The Full Monty,” the Mac plans a crowd-pleasing season with fresh, youthful casts, bare-bones music and truly affordable ticket prices.
Flashdance the Musical blends the hit songs from the movie with some new tunes for an enjoyable evening of musical theatre.
Beginning November 20 and running to December 8, this feel-good Tony winning musical has more laughs per minute than any other holiday show.
SPEARS, The story of Jesus Christ told through Britney Spears’ music, played to backers at New York’s Foxwoods Theater,
From Nov. 21 to Dec. 8 the first big staged musical by Fiddlehead Theatre Co. will light up the Strand as the resident company moves into the grand old venue.
The Home of the Most Happy Musicals delights with its 2014 calendar of shows.
You might call The Black Suits a garage band musical, but there’s a lot more to it than just that. It’s the direction musical theatre is headed in.
The Jungle Book is an adventure musical to delight the eyes, ears and heart.
It’s been a slow but steady journey since its 2010 Williamstown Theatre Festival debut, but The Last Goodbye opens the Old Globe’s 2013-14 Season this fall in San Diego and word is it has Broadway producers aboard.
Popular, affordable musicals from the Cohoes Music Hall and C-R Productions for the 2013-14 season have just been announced.
“Kiss Me Kate” is a classic musical about Shakespeare and show business, though its portrayal of women is dated..
NIfty dance numbers and lots of topical humor from the 70′s can’t save this mishmash of a musical.
The final thirty minutes are so sob-inducing there should be a couple of kleenex tucked into each program.
With the first preview today, the final details are being applied to the Broadway-bound musical The Bridges of Madison County, including the orchestra rehearsals. Berkshire on Stage is making available some musical excerpts, courtesy of the Williamstown Theatre Festival (WTF), which can be seen in the embedded video above. The Williamstown production which opens August…
With a total cast of 103 actors and 93 of them talented students from 32 different schools in the
Berkshire, Peter Pan will fill the Colonial stage with the magic of a classic children’s story.
Reagle gets the rights to Les Miz,and the star-power to match in Ivan Rutherford, and we have a half price ticket offer.
Williamstown Theatre Festival hits another one out of the park with the musical, Johnny Baseball.
Gail Burns reminds us that that what makes this musical unique is not the subject matter, but the way this unusual story is told. Read on.
The new production’s journey to Broadway begins in Willilamstown August 1-18 and arrives in New York January 13.
The National touring company is as close to the full Broadway original as you can get without traveling to New York..
The infamous Red Sox Curse is brought to life through the fortunes of three orphaned souls in this touching musical.
Savvy, sassy puppets are the star of this breakthrough musical that has run for years in New York and is a refreshing change of pace from usual summer shows.
This new old fashioned musical is back, and even more evocative of a family’s story.
Follow Jerry and Roslyn as they buy and run a deli through good times and bad over almost a half century.
The core of a great musical has to be its heart and soul, not Brechtian nonsense.
A musical that takes us on a trip from the heart of the country to a brave new world.
It is a rare treat to see a 1920′s musical, especially one in which you get to see the Marx Brothers in action.
Scott Wahle leads a cast of 45 in this timeless musical based as Tevye with Donna Sorbello as his wife, Golde.
Eric Hill promises a production of Oklahoma! that is not old fashioned, but lean and contemporary.