Ten new plays by authors both familiar and new have been the highlight of winter in the Berkshires. Year four of the series has just been announced.
In 1998 William Finn wrote “A New Brain” based on his surgical experiences, and yet it has never been seen in a Berkshire production. Is that about to be rectified?
Slated to open the ART 2015-16 season on August 1 and set in the deep south the “Waitress” is preggers, unhappily married, and finds herself in an unexpected relationship with the new guy in town. Sounds juicy, especially if, as rumored, Tony winner Jessie Mueller stars.
The Williamstown Theatre Festival regularly sends productions and people- including many fellows and apprentices – to Broadway and the nation’s theatrical community.
Reprised for December 5–December 28, 2014, here’s the Burns and Murray review of the same production in 2013.
A remarkable string of sold out events makes possible WAM’s mission of embracing the arts, highlighting the works of women, and funding programs that better the world.
With one performance only on December 20 in the Tina Packer Playhouse, Kristin Wold brings her original blend of theatre and dance to life with this fresh take on Thetis, Achilles and Peleus.
Playing from December 5-28, It’s a Wonderful Life: The Radio Play is a reprise of last years winning play.
Last summer’s ‘Fool for Love” had critics gasping for superlatives, and is headed to Broadway, the first time a Sam Shepard play has been seen there since 2000.
We welcome Homespun Theatre and a new play by the always remarkable Sarah Ruhl. Would you answer the cell phone of a dead man?
There’s a stylish musical inside a smallish black box theatre in the middle of 42nd Street that you want to see says our New York critic Milo Jordan.
A magnificent cast – brought together by Arts Emerson – spins this riveting intergenerational family tale.