Ibsen’s timeless conflict between the hypocritical “moral” majority and a truth-teller is even more riveting in Arthur Miller’s hands.
A celebration of the little known fund which has invested nearly $70 million in the Massachusetts creative sector for projects in 118 cities and towns since 2007.
The little known CFF has invested nearly $70 million in the Massachusetts creative sector for projects in 118 cities and towns since 2007.
A hell broth of crazed Christians, white supremacists and corporate moguls are trying to bring down America. Or so my play suggests.
Tanglewood, Jacob’s Pillow, Barrington Stage, Mass MoCA, Orion Society, and Tupolo Press are among the recipients.
Pittsfield’s Megan Whilden applauds Gov. Patrick’s initiative as “far reaching and visionary.”
24 Berkshire Cultural Councils encourage more arts and culture in our communities,
Forgiving a gunman for the murder of five girls is not a simple undertaking, even for the Amish.
Ironically, those attending The Met Opera’s opening night which was “not to be used for political action” found this political message in their programs.
Previewing Clybourne Park we find it fiercely provocative yet wickedly funny. This alternately entertaining and infuriating play is a balancing act between race, real estate, and the volatile values of a confused nation.
In this rare revival of the Pulitzer winning O’Neill play, the sexual politics have hardly changed in almost a century since it was written.
Blood Play has a unique combination of the good, the bad and the absolutely maddening for the literal mind.