As usual the offerings run the gamut, “but what they all have in common are superbly crafted stories that audiences will love,” said AD Julianne Boyd.
The last Sunday in January offers a chance to explore the world of theatre from Spain, Cuba and Chile in English at the Whitney Center for the Arts in Pittsfield.
The old soldiers fratenize, argue, dream and act out in this hilarious takeoff on aging war heroes. Stoppard has fun with Gustave, Henri and Phillipe and so will you. C’est la guerre.
Rare insights into Gordon Parks’ segregated beginnings in rural Kansas and the migration stories of his classmates, many of whom, like him, left in search of better lives.
They find a million dollars while housesitting, and what happens next makes “Such Good People” absolutely hilarious.
The 18-year-old Eva Noblezada is extraordinarily vulnerable and touching as Kim in Miss Saigon, a musical that surges, soars and explodes on stage.
ALW says Nicole Scherzinger “Is what you might call an American theatre babe, the most exciting musical theatre artist I have found in very, very many years.”