There’s a stylish musical inside a smallish black box theatre in the middle of 42nd Street that you want to see says our New York critic Milo Jordan.
A magnificent cast – brought together by Arts Emerson – spins this riveting intergenerational family tale.
Wait until you meet the characters – Baba Ganoush, Baba O’Rhum and The Wazir – all part of “Ali Baba and the Four Tea Thieves,” the latest in a line of crazy Engllsh music hall shows from the PantoLoons.
When students delve into Shakespeare’s works, they unpack the language and savor the humor, intensity and transcendent beauty that lies within.
Let us give thanks that Thanksgiving week includes two plays from the Wharton Salon at The Mount in Lenox.
Sundance Institute Theatre Program will present Lucy Alibar’s “Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up” on Dec. 6, 2014.
The stories are intertwined in this gripping theatrical experience from WAM Theatre now playing at Shakespeare & Company.
Walking the dog Theater invites us along on a journey with Gabriel Rodriguez, a unique new voice in theatrical story-telling. You may expact to be uplifted.
Back by popular demand is this tribute to our war heroes. . Saturday November 15 at 7:30 and Sunday November 16 at 2.
Jay Armstrong Johnson is sending audiences back in time to a time when laughter and love weren’t quite so complicated.
When the play ends, the audience is invited to linger and the conversation begins.
James Franco and Chris O’Dowd are just two of the stars who will be featured iin this series of great offerings from London’s NT Live in the coming months at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center.