Eric Hill promises a production of Oklahoma! that is not old fashioned, but lean and contemporary.
“This is literally Broadway in the Berkshires, only better.” says Berkshire on Stage.
A World Premiere of Lori Fischer and Don Chaffer’s comic country musical.
People are talking about the photo fun the cast has had with On The Town, which bodes well for this rarely seen musical to be well received.
Christine Andreas opens the Adirondack Theatre Festival with her portrayal of Judy Garland.
There is both so much fun, and a sort of righteousness that comes from being able to make so much noise with your feet!
Fast Track: Bridges of Madison County gets its World Premiere in Williamstown in August, and then begins previews on Broadway in January 2014.
Gail and Larry predict that these are going to be the most popular and talked about shows of the summer..
Far From Heaven has not yet had its official opening night, but is sold out and was just extended by another week.
A classic musical, The Fantasticks has a message as timeless as its love story.
The Nuns arrive and the Cohoes Music Hall is turned into a Las Vegas showroom. What in heaven’s name is going on? Nunsense, 3.0!
Far From Heaven has made the trasition from the Williamstown Theatre Festival to Playwrights Horizons in New York City.
All about why you should plan to see “On the Town” at Barrington Stage. It is the real, authentic musical with the full Leonard Bernstein score, most of which was left out of the film version.
The Berkshire Theatre Group has released its casting choices for the summer of 2013, with actors both familiar and new.
A Gilbert and Sullivan “Pirates of Penzance” never to be forgotten.
In a real nostalgic treat, there will gobs and gals all over Boston and the Berkshires in the coming months.
Is “The Jungle Book” going to be the next “Lion King”? Could be, time will tell. Meanwhile, there is excitement building over this musical’s prospects for Broadway.
Three popular musicals are planned for the Summer of 2013 by Waltham’s Reagle Theatre.
Without a doubt the funniest take on Downton Abbey yet.
Neil SImon, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks, Agatha Christie and Marc Camoletti have written the plays and musicals at The Theater Barn.
Looking at DVD releases, from Les Miserables with all the bells and whistles to lesser known films of an independent bent.
Hartford Stage pulls out all the stop for its 50th Anniversary Season 2013-14.
Eight musicals – four for kids – mark the 2013-14 season for Cohoes Music Hall and C-R Productions.
Jay Armstrong Johnson is a hot property, and while he stays in place for most of Hands on a Hardbody, he’s a dancer, too.
Something Funny’s going on at Troy’s Schacht Fine Arts Center: “Lucky Stiff” a musical farce has taken over the stage.
There’s lots of flash and clash when local women meet the weekend wives in Columbia County.
A jumpin’ and jivin’ musical from the roots of rock and roll.
Class Act Productions offers a rare chance to enjoy this very funny murder mystery musical farce – but only for only two weekends this month.
Another great musical destined for the Cohoes Music Hall stage.
Bill Finn has made the musical and theatrical life of the Berkshires richer since he settled here.
With the addition of a new drama and youth company musical, the basic season for Barrington Stage Company is now complete.
Three musicals, three plays plus another show still to be announced. 2013 is looking like a real crowd pleaser for WTF.