Two plays that tackle today’s politics: one about those who want to take away choice, and the other about climate change deniers. Plus commentary on how this makes for good theatre.
The musical “A Little Night Music”- at the Colonial in Pittsfield – is more than an evening of theatre, it is a study of action versus inaction, man versus woman, and dignity versus folly.
A two-hour orgy of down-to-earth humor and outright fun. Opening with Romeo and Juliet and closing with Hamlet the trio takes us on a merry chase through the classics, poking fun as they go..
Burns and Cane review one of Shakespeare’s epic stories, told simply and with great emphasis on the language and history.
Set on the eve of the Stock Market crash, June Moon takes us back to a more innocent time.
Hubbard Street astounds with Jiří Kylián’s Falling Angels for 8 women, while three men danced, turned, jumped and dashed their way through the sweet songs of Dean Martin. And two other amazing works.
Shakespeare set in jazz era New Orleans, with music? Only at Shakespeare & Company.
These actors believe the power of art and hope can transcend political oppression so they risk everything in Belarus, where a dictatorship tries to control even people’s thoughts.
The theatre scene is far more active and innovative these days than it has ever been before, and that’s because young people are creating their own style.
The little known CFF has invested nearly $70 million in the Massachusetts creative sector for projects in 118 cities and towns since 2007.
What’s going through my head as another theatre season approaches.
A hell broth of crazed Christians, white supremacists and corporate moguls are trying to bring down America. Or so my play suggests.