Butler was no abolitionist, but what he did with the simple idea that slaves were contraband provided the Union free labor and ultimately changed the course of history.
When Mike Barnacle takes the stage at the Colonial on May 22, the public will get fresh insights into current affairs from one of America’s most observant commentators.
Ed Dixon transforms himself into George Rose and some 50 other famous stars in this one man tour-de-force which is under development at the TriArts Sharon Playhouse, and we offer a chance for you to glimpse some excerpts in a new video.
With the company’s production of On the Town having just announced a national tour, a lot of people will be listening to every word Julianne Boyd has to say about running a successful theatre company.
The “Summer of 100 Dinners” will run from July 1 to August 31 in cottages, mansions, backyards and maybe even on the Tanglewood lawn this summer. It’s all a clever and cheeky FUN-Raiser for the WAM Theatre Company.
An artist who is trained in ballet, a student of opera, and cites Luciano Pavarotti and Freddy Mercury as two of his biggest influences, Migguel Anggelo never ceases to push the envelope of what it means to be a performer. We have three stunning clips to share, plus his backstory.
From April 10 to 26 you can see truly original theatre . Set in a small provincial church without parishioners and using masks, music and imagination a tale of obsolescence unfolds…