The performers who brought joy to the Berkshires over the past twenty years return to Barrington Stage for one night only. Tonight.
Set on the eve of the Stock Market crash, June Moon takes us back to a more innocent time.
Hubbard Street astounds with Jiří Kylián’s Falling Angels for 8 women, while three men danced, turned, jumped and dashed their way through the sweet songs of Dean Martin. And two other amazing works.
A celebration of the little known fund which has invested nearly $70 million in the Massachusetts creative sector for projects in 118 cities and towns since 2007.
Appearing at Jacob’s Pillow July 9-13, “The company holds a special place in dance, with dramatic choreography and exciting dancers who perform with great heart and soul,” says Ella Baff.
Searching for her husband, she finds him buck naked in a trailer park, hooked to an oxygen machine and cooking sausages.
From July 9-13 “Moses” is on stage, an athletic, delicate, anthropological work that draws on everything from capoeira to voguing to postmodern dance.