Here’s a decidedly different Scrooge – more downtown than country – surrounded by actor/musicians who remember the fun found in the original tale.
Until Mandy Greenfield comes on board in September 2014, Producer Stephen Kaus will oversee the upcoming season.
Sent through The Gold Dust Orphans’ glitter-filled parody machine, ”It’s a Horrible Life” is destined to become another holiday favorite.
Two new faces at Barrington Stage: Corinne Miller is Director of Education and Kim Stauffer to be Director of BSC’s Playwright Mentoring Project.
Dozens of young actors, armed with creative freedom, passionate text, flashing broadswords and jubilant dances take the stage this weekend (Nov. 21-24 at Shakespeare & Company.
Merging a great show with a worthy project and having a good time in the process, what more can you ask for?
Bill Finn’s new musical has been declared “Neither gravely disappointing nor entirely rewarding.” As Little Miss Sunshine’s mom says, “Disappointment is what life brings.”
Weekend workers and others have been seeking Friday matinee tickets for this hit show.
“This is a play that will certainly empower and enrich the women and girls – and men and boys – lucky enough to see it,” – Gail Burns
Sail the ocean blue and mend broken hearts with W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan’s first big hit. which is still as popular as when it was written in 1896.
2013 saw 52,000 people attending 300 performances and ticket sales over a million dollars.
On December 7 you can see what the Sundance Theatre Institute is up to. You may even get a peek of part of Tony winner Michael John LaChiusa’s cycle of musical fantasia about the daughters of presidents living in the White House.
Burns and Murray review “Grandma Moses: An American Primative” at Oldcastle Theatre Co until Nov. 17.
Isn’t it ironic that Kurt Vonnegut wrote eleven versions of “Make up your Mind” from which playwright has assembled a single play to premiere at Speakeasy Stage and plays throughout the month of November..
“Sshe will be dearly missed…” Matthew Harris, President of the WTF Board of Trustees.
the fine line between mutual exploitation and genuine love is David Goldstein’s play about a thoughtful gay man and a puppy-like hustler.
Gail loved Mott’s infectious smile and laugh while Larry enjoyed seeing Maguire on stage again.
“The show must go on,” they say, so Burns and Murray talk about problems that beset a not-quite-ready production.
A dramatic and diverse season is in store for theatre-lovers as Hubbard Hall rolls out a full array of shows, classic and modern.
A promising evening with a beautiful, heartbreaking knockout of a play, that is as startling,and innovative as it is human.
“Other People’s Money” is the rare sort of play that will make you laugh, make you think, and maybe even make you cry.
“I didn’t realize how far out I’d gone…” – Olympia Dukakis
Ferociously undisciplined and rigorously unruly, Bureau de l’APA illustrates in fragments the concept of the “girlization” of the world. This is not Les Miz.
The Home of the Most Happy Musicals delights with its 2014 calendar of shows.
Lots going on at the Williams College ’62 Center, but the best bet is Oct. 24 arrival of The Tiger Lilies who are off in a new direction with The Rime of the Ancient Mariner project.
In the course of this two hour play you will meet just about every human prejudice that exists in America today.
Playing now to November 10 is “Accomplice” at ShakesCo. Gail Burns reviews this head-scratcher, saying:”If you love a good whodunnit, you will adore this show”
A newly imagined tale of Sherlock Holmes by actor, playwright and one of the founders of Oldcastle, Paul Falzone.
Forgiving a gunman for the murder of five girls is not a simple undertaking, even for the Amish.
Begun in 2011, Made in the Berkshires returns again with a full program of music, theatre,literature and dance. Seen here: the Wanda Houston Band..
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.
You might call The Black Suits a garage band musical, but there’s a lot more to it than just that. It’s the direction musical theatre is headed in.