Inge writes about people in small towns and in places of small minds, wanting to reach out and yearning for more says Karen Carpenter of the Inge Center. A photo feature with commentary on the production.
Turning the traditional showbiz musical on its head, Sondheim and Furth have created a compelling Broadway fable about friendship, compromise and the high price of success.
Spun runs July 23 – August 3 and explores the complexities of family and story-telling, weaving together the recollections and unique perspectives of siblings with comedy, wit, and rock.
Dykstra is an HBO Def Poet who does not pull his factual punches. “His liberal views are fired like missiles…when Dykstra spikes his rage with humor, his immense talents shine brightly,” said one critic.
This free outdoor production of everyone’s favorite love story also includes pre-show music on Friday and Saturday nights, all on the First Street Common in downtown Pittsfield.
Hit of the Dublin Theatre Festival and Winner of Edinburgh Festival Fringe First Award runs July 9-19, 2015.
A freshly ordained Episcopal priest finds challenges everywhere as she wrestles with church finances, eccentric parishioners, changing sexual mores and her own doubting human heart.