Founded 20 years ago, OLLI is designed for those over 50, and just keeps rolling along.
It is welcome good news that the state’s Phase Three commitment for Mass MoCA has been put in place, and now the search for matching funds begins.
Disciplined and brilliantly creative,, The Wardrobe Ensemble from Bristol, UK, turns two amazing news stories into jaw-dropping physical theatre.
Vanya et alia (as we call the play’s characters around here) doesn’t take its Chekhov too seriously. So the actors are having a ball, playing it as a real family in otder to produce its moments of hilarity.
“Beautiful dancing, music, and visual images amplify an already rich narrative that is by turns poignant, funny, tragic, and altogether very human and compelling,” says Ella Baff.
A breath of fresh air from the Pacific Northwest, the company spreads its wings over the Berkshires “and shows off its range and style, with beautiful technique and exceptional musicality” says Ella Baff.
From August 13-30, the Berkshire Theatre Group brings back the searing drama, “A Hatful of Rain” to the Fitzpatrick Theatre in Stockbridge, MA. Tommy Schrider stars as the Korean veteran.
Begun at the NY Fringe Festival and now being talked about all over the world, Chester Theatre Company brings this important play to its stage Aug 14-24, 2014.
An unlikely couple is caught off-guard by the surprising discoveries – both hilarious and heartwarming – that they make about each other. Runs August 7-24.
It looks and sounds like a Broadway musical, but it is a dark tale of human greed and revenge in disguise.
A review of an unusual play by Caryl Churchill about a father and his three sons, two of whom are clones.
The first ever Chatham Dance Festival is underway and lasts all month long.