James Earl Jones, Blythe Danner, Nathan Lane, Brad Cooper, Glenn Close, Ewan MacGregor, Martha Plimpton and Stockard Channing are only a few of the name actors to open in new shows in the coming months. Plus Carol Burnett, Alan Alda, Martin Sheen, Candice Bergen, and Diana Rigg.
You can be dazzled while you tap your toes with this celebration of the classsics. Relive the golden age of music as jazz, blues, bop and classics bring back the romance, dance and delight of an inimitable musical era at the Mac.
Back with brand new stories, brand new songs and brand new gowns, the fabulous, flamboyant and forever fascinating Charles Busch is not to be missed.
The playwright Christopher Durang admits he “takes Chekhovian characters and themes and puts them in a blender.” The resulting brew is full of both laughter and pathos as a family discovers how to come together again.
Not just dancers, the cast includes Marianna Basham, Patrick Brennan, Kelly Galvin, Charls Hall, Dana Harrison, David Joseph, Arthur Oliver, Josh Aaron McCabe, Carmen-Maria Mandley, Susannah Millonzi, Jim Nutter, Tori Rhodes, Nikki Weaver, Kristin Wold.
A popular musical, an ancient story, a classic comedy plus twelve new plays, all in one daring season at Hubbard Hall in Cambridge, NY.
Specializing in expertly interpreted and theatrically interesting staged readings, Aglet will offer theatre in the Berkshires less busy spring and fall.
An unlikely couple finds each other in this new romantic comedy between an injured dancer and a young man with Asperger's Syndrome who needs to learn how to dance and be social.
It’s been 25 years since this “soup kitchen musical” was born at Joe Papp’s Public Theatre, so the creators are giving it a complete update and tune-up..
Regardless of the weather, it will be hot at the Mac from July 21-31. The neighbors are buzzing already,, and the clothes haven’t even come off yet!
Irving Berlin’s music is well sung and danced at the Theater Barn, celebrating the Russian-born composer who shaped the Great American Songbook..
The world of Henry IV is filled with fascinating characters including the fatherly Falstaff, young Prince Hall and his nemesis Hotspur, plus the swaggering Pistoll. Centuries later, it’s still a fascinating coming-of-age story.