Two masters of music will delight bluegrass fans with plenty of traditional picking and fiddling that breaks the sound barrier.
Celebrating the Emancipation Proclamation, The full length dance Watershed showcases Abraham’s signature blend of classical form, postmodern invention, and urban influences, all performed by Abraham and his accomplished company.
A classic author of terror tales takes the stage just in time for Halloween.
First 2015 announcement: BSC to do Lost in Yonkers (Best Play 1991), and Man of La Mancha (Best Musical 1965).
The Last Romance is next from Aglet Theatre Company on October 18 at their new home in Sheffield, MA.
McNally wrote the play not to be controversial, but to find his way back to a spiritual life as a gay man.
Coming up in short order are The Met’s Live in HD Telecasts to local theaters. On the schedule are Macbeth Oct.11 , Marriage of Figaro Oct. 18 and Carmen Nov. 1. We have video previews.
Kate Gulliver is back to direct her third Noel Coward comedy, and this one is not only witty and English, but also fine, frothy and French.
The corporation where he’s worked for the past 10 years is moving to Mars, and Ethan Lipton doesn’t want to go.
Burns and Murray review Shakespeare & Co’s “Private Eyes” and find it is a mystery play in more ways than one.
Live theater can be an important tool for social change, and MOM BABY GOD explores the resurgent attack on reproductive rights and the student arm of the anti-choice movement.
It’s back to a battle for the soul of a man searching for truth, satisfaction . . . and a Goddess in this classic tale.