‘H’ is typical of the offerings: How is that massive head floating? What was the meteor thing? Why is a black horse showing up on the streets? And what does this have to do with The Iliad? That’s the buzz on just one of this weekend’s films.
Two new additions to the Tanglewood Popular Artists series – Harry Connick Jr and Kristin Chenoweth – plus fireworks – will close out Tanglewood’s 2015 season.
“The play’s subject is not often explored in the theatre, and it goes much further and deeper than one might expect,” says director Nicole Ricciardi.
Zukerman is no slouch, currently touring stateside and abroad, working as a professional painter and studying art therapy at the Pratt Institute. She is at Mass MoCA on June 6, 2015.
“The Moon: A Heroine’s Journey Tales of Love, Despair, Faith and Forgiveness” is Amber Chand’s story, directed by Jayne Atkinson.
To celebrate five years in its new home, Schenectady Light Opera Company offers an evening of show stopping numbers from “The First Five Years” at its Franklin Street Theater.
Lauren Letellier knows her subject well: she spent 25 years as a public relations specialist in the Global marketplace.