Jeff McCarthy and Annette O’Toole reprise their roles as Lola and Bob for the New York premiere of this heartwarming trans musical that began its journey in Pittsfield, at Barrington Stage Company.
Mandy Greenfield has selected a Tennessee Williams Tony Winner, a Wendy Wasserstein gem, plus four World Premieres and an American premiere for Summer 2016.
Simply marvelous to watch, “Upgrade” is part of a sequence of monologues that make up Eric Bogosian’s commentary on contemporary life.
From a seedy 1950’s jazz bar to the sexual manners of the 1970s and the demimonde of the hyper-rich Hamptons, Dorset has chosen plays that have the kind of bite that theatre-goers delight in.
Following in the footsteps of Sarah Bernhardt, Tallulah Bankhead, Claudette Colbert, Vivien Leigh, and Elizabeth Taylor, Charles Busch gives us his own original, outrageous, majestic, and bawdy interpretation of the fabled Egyptian queen.
The Alan Sherman musical “Hello Muddah, Hello Fadder” is on the Theater Barn schedule along with Agatha Christie, A.R. Gurney, The Plaids and The Wedding Singer.
Pittsfield Shakespeare in the Park announced “The Tempest” for July 21-Aug. 7 with Free performances on the First Street Common. Berkshire actor Glenn Barrett plays the role of Prospero.