This crazy-wonderful show has some really weird characters – like gangsters disguised as pastry chefs, a Follies producer who wants to keep the bride in his show and of course a totally ditzy hopeful star.
Jacqueline Lawton wrote Noms de Guerre, the inaugural event in this year’s Lift Ev’ry Voice Festival, which celebrates African-American Culture and Heritage in the Berkshires.
“The play’s subject is not often explored in the theatre, and it goes much further and deeper than one might expect,” says director Nicole Ricciardi.
“The Moon: A Heroine’s Journey Tales of Love, Despair, Faith and Forgiveness” is Amber Chand’s story, directed by Jayne Atkinson.
To celebrate five years in its new home, Schenectady Light Opera Company offers an evening of show stopping numbers from “The First Five Years” at its Franklin Street Theater.
Lauren Letellier knows her subject well: she spent 25 years as a public relations specialist in the Global marketplace.
From Rogue Angel Theatre and Pooja Prema, “The Lift” is a tender & subversive dark comedy with music about love, desire, and escalation… in an elevator.