Burns and Murray loved this show, now playing in Troy: “Strimbeck had her cast walking, dancing, creeping, and jumping all over the theatre.” One word: GO!
As the second wave of feminism crests in America, Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winner Kyra Sedgwick makes her WTF debut in the world premiere of a play by Pulitzer Prize-winner William Inge which opens the season. The coming summer is full of promise.
2015 sees the return of Tina Packer in “Mother of the Maid” (about Jeanne d’Arc) at Shakespeare & Company, a season strong on Shakespeare, which also shines its spotlight on four must-see contemporary works by women playwrights.
This is theatre to sink your teeth into. It shows how domestic abuse in a patriarchal family is a metaphor for suppression and domination by a patriarchal government. The two daughters are played by men. Plays April 16-26.
James Lecesne brought “The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey” to Helsinki Hudson. The hit OOB show had a great run at Dixon’s Place and will open Off Broadway next .
Among those returning in 2015 are Ed Dixon, Mark H. Dold, director Christopher Innvar, and Jeff McCarthy.
Sharon Playhouse is another top notch company located at the foot of the Berkshires in idyllic Sharon, Connecticut, and within easy reach for Berkshire visitors and residents alike.