After six months on the job at Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, Rick Dildine has decided to return to the Shakespeare Festival St. Louis. The board names interim leaders.
Curated by WAM Theatre’s Artistic Associate Molly Clancy, the popular Fresh Takes series provides a platform for ground-breaking works by women using Berkshire actors and directors.
“There’s a synergy between the innovation economy and the cultural economy and that is why we support a place like the A.R.T. where creativity and risk-taking are inherent to their work.” Are you listening Berkshires?
With performances from March 21-29 at the Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, the play is as topical as ever.
You know the shows from Milk and Honey, Hello Dolly to La Cage aux Folles and the songs “I am What I am” to “Bosom Buddies”. An upbeat evening is promised with some of the region’s finest talent.
Here’s a funny and heartwarming comedy outing at the Whitney Center for the Arts with the Town Players of Pittsfield. March 13-22.
Our New York correspondent Milo Jordan reviews the hottest off-off Broadway show in New York City, and it’s coming the Club Helsinki in Hudson on April 12.