Barrington Stage sets a high bar for entry into its summer Youth Theatre musical, but provides those chosen with great training and master classes and even pays a modest stipend.
The 18-year-old Eva Noblezada is extraordinarily vulnerable and touching as Kim in Miss Saigon, a musical that surges, soars and explodes on stage.
With just 20 apprentice slots, the Musical Theatre Conservancy at Barrington Stage will provide intense training to a lucky few.
In 1998 William Finn wrote “A New Brain” based on his surgical experiences, and yet it has never been seen in a Berkshire production. Is that about to be rectified?
Jeremy Jordan plays one of three magicians in Presto-Change-O which will get a staged reading in Manhattan.
There’s a stylish musical inside a smallish black box theatre in the middle of 42nd Street that you want to see says our New York critic Milo Jordan.
Miller and Tyson who have created new works at Barrington Stage may not be as well known as Kander and Ebb, but this award puts them in the well deserved spotlight.