Jay Armstrong Johnson is sending audiences back in time to a time when laughter and love weren’t quite so complicated.
When the play ends, the audience is invited to linger and the conversation begins.
James Franco and Chris O’Dowd are just two of the stars who will be featured iin this series of great offerings from London’s NT Live in the coming months at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center.
He’s played the Phantom, Billy Flynn in Chicago and has an evening of Kander and Ebb planned for Helskinki Hudson.
The Goodman Theatre in Chicago finished its most recent season in the black and with record attendance.
In On the Town, Gabey, Ozzie and Chip only have 24 hours in New York City, but I got 72 and squeezed a week’s worth of living into them.
Yes, it happened, from Barrington Stage to the biggest theatre on Broadway, and I am just one of the many critics from NY to LA who are applauding iits success. Click to read the review with more commentary.
A treat for Gilbert and Sulivan fans, is this full produciton, with orchestra, of “Yeoman of the Guard” in Northampton November 7, 8, 14,15.
A staged reading and tribute to the Bennington men and women who took part in WWII.
Brooke Adams and Tony Shalhoub star in Commonwealth Shakespeare’s fresh production of Happy Days, directed by Andrei Belgrader November 18 – 23, 2014 at the Carling-Sorenson Theater at Babson College in Wellesley MA.
Another great show makes its way from the Berkshires to Broadway. It’s worth a trip to New York to see again. Yes, it’s that good.
There is real passion behind this must-be-told story of refugees, child soldiers, and the writers who had the courage to report on it.