This is musical theatre, sure, but it is much more than that. Instead of pretty songs with repeated melody lines and salubrious lyrical sentiments, this is everyday speech, rhymed and coupled, like operatic recitative with a rock beat. And it works.
Daniel Ulbricht returns with a topflight ensemble in remarkable works by a variety of acclaimed choreographers, performed to live music, July 29-August 2, 2015.
Paradise Blue is the second of Dominique Morisseau’’s trilogy of plays about Detroit, community and the reality of life.
Tony and Grammy Award-nominated comedian, Robert Klein, with special guest Scott Blakeman, will take the stage at The Colonial Theatre on Saturday, August 1.
Tanglewood goes into overdrive with the return to the podium of the BSO’s Music Director, plus the annual spectacular Tanglewood on Parade with John Williams once again leading the Boston Pops.
Cultural expectations and sexual identity are turned on their heads in this Eve Merriam musical co-directed by Rocco Sisto and Barbara Allen as they ask, “What if women behaved like men?”
August at the Mahaiwe includes Don McLean, Graham Nash, StoryCorps founder Dave Isay, Kenny Aronoff, Arlene and Alan Alda and South County Stories local history plays project plus movies and the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus performers.