There’s a toy piano extravaganza, a theatrical oratorio about Van Gogh, plus music by Philip Glass, Christian Marclay, Meredith Monk, 2015 Pulitzer Prize Winner Julia Wolfe as BOAC reveals its plans for three weeks at Mass MoCA this summer.
The great musicals from the past mix with recent and upcoming treats as this trio of Broadway stars headline the Sharon Playhouse gala celebration.
When Mike Barnacle takes the stage at the Colonial on May 22, the public will get fresh insights into current affairs from one of America’s most observant commentators.
A recently separated couple meets at an old New England Inn on a snowy day in the middle of winter. Amanda has no idea what Sam is up to.
A family drama infused with moments of humor and glimpses of hope, this winning play confronts the intrusion of tragedy into four already complicated lives.
Artistic Director Yehuda Hanani puts composers and their times in perspective to enrich the concert experience, and the Shubert string quintet is perhaps his most mysterious and rewarding.
Daniel Elihu Kramer has some big shoes to fill as as Byam Stevens steps down at Chester Theatre Company, but Kramer has served as CTC’s Associate Artistic Director since 2012.