Simotes begins his new job as Managing Director of Berkshire Theatre Group next week, with a summer theatre season to follow in May.
The long awaited Kander-Ebb musical with Chita Rivera in the lead finally makes it to NYC with its dark tale of young love, timeless seduction, betrayal and revenge.
55 years on stage is an amazing record for any musical, and The Fantasticks has been the champ of off Broadway for a very long time. Who can forget “Try to Remember” or “Plant a Tulip”, simple songs that never fail to warm the heart.
A pre-Passover plague descends on NYC as dead lovers begin to resurrect just in time for Easter! Meanwhile, cool fight choreography mingles with blood, gore, and special effects in this 18-member ensemble piece. R & J & Z picks up where the Bard leaves off blending equal parts verse and horror.
Pinter, Chekhov and Thoreau are on the Unicorn stage as are works by Amber Chand and Suzanne Heathcote. Plus Kingston Trio America and Arlo Guthrie at the Colonial.
For eight years, Randy Harrison appeared regularly at the Berkshire Theatre Festival. With many memorable roles, it was his Lucky in Waiting for Godot that he is best remembered for. He talks Beckett with editor Larry Murray.
“The Other Mozart” has traveled from the Berkshire Fringe and is once again running off-Broadway. With new cast member Sara Florence Fellini appearing March 28, it continues to delight and surprise.