Panto is a silly, topical, satirical and hilarious evening of theatre in the great English tradition. if you haven’t experienced the song, dance and cross-dressing of a real British Panto, this deserves to be on your calendar. If you’ve been before, you don’t need any encouragement. See you there.
I was able to view this program ahead of its scheduled premiere on Nov. 13, and if you love the theatre, you won’t want to miss this one. It has everything: laughs, nostalgia and real human emotion.
This Saturday you can preview the future of American musical theatre, thanks to the Sundance Institute and Mass MoCA whose residency is designed for their development.
Artistic Director Kristen van Ginhoven has found yet another play to delight audiences while carrying forward WAM Theatre’s philanthropic mission. We peek inside a performance.
WAM Theatre is known for its creativity, philanthropy and a genuine effort to connect with its audiences. That’s why the ancillary events surrounding “Holy Laughter” make this more than just a great evening of theatre, and there are a lot of them.
Set in a Memphis beauty parlor/boarding house during the waning days of World War II, seven African-American women wrestle with the uncertainty of what the future will hold when, and if, their men return.
There is nothing more entertaining than straight men dressing as women, especially when Harvey Fierstein gets to write their lines. Speakeasy has a knack for finding the fun shows, too.