Joe Iconis and friends are favorites of Berkshire on Stage and the music ensemble sheds their usual format for that of the legendary Pump Boys, with Dinettes Molly Hager and Grace McLean to sling coffee, Americana music and fun your way.
Director Ethan Heard promises a vibrant, brassy, saturated, sexy, hilarious, wacky, wholesome “Bells are Ringing.”
Cabaret on the eve of WWII in decadent Berlin welcomes you to the Cabaret with restored songs cut from the original Kander and Ebb musical on Broadway. July 10 – Aug. 2 in Bennington, VT
In this heartfelt and original folk-pop musical, two estranged brothers reunite at their childhood home only to find that no one is exempt from the grey area between right and wrong.
When Julianne Boyd made the Quixotic move to Pittsfield ten years ago, there was no guarantee of success, but her ability to make classic musicals sing again on her own stage have us looking forward to “Man of La Mancha. “
To celebrate five years in its new home, Schenectady Light Opera Company offers an evening of show stopping numbers from “The First Five Years” at its Franklin Street Theater.
This delightful musical is a tasty mix of life’s necessities: bread, neighborliness and love, with a sweet Stephen Schwartz score, and opens The Mac-Haydn Theatre 47th season.