Not to be missed, Eric Gauthier’s humorously instructive Ballet 101 which leads a solo dancer through 100 movements, beginning with the five basic positions. This fun work highlights Gauthier’s “goal to win a young audience for modern dance”.
Great theatre is the goal of WAM, but so is making our world a better place, a double goal shared by many in the Berkshires.
Four world premieres include a reimagining of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons performed by a topflight ensemble from American Ballet Theatre plus Céline Cassone of Les Ballet Jazz de Montréal. Renowned choreographers Alexander Ekman, Gregory Dolbashian, Jorma Elo, and Annabelle Lopez Ochoa take part.
From stage to screen, and back again, His Girl Friday is John Guare’s gift to audiences who like to laugh. Berkshire on Stage talked to the playwright, the director and the lead actors to get the inside scoop. Photo by Stephen Sorokoff.
Some of Broadway’s brightest stars will light up the stage for this dazzling musical evening which includes a delicious walk-around dinner reception, a live auction, and an exclusive VIP after-party with the artists.
“I know that Jacob’s Pillow founder Ted Shawn is somewhere smiling down on both the Pillow and Ella.” – Mark Leavitt, Jacob’s Pillow Board Chair.
Returning to Barrington Stage for from their run in On the Town in New York, Elizabeth Stanley and Alysha Umphress take solo turns on the intimate stage at Mr. Finn’s Cabaret at Barrington Stage Company.