“In Love and Take Out” is a story that’s told in song by Michele Brourman at Mr. Finn;s intimate Cabaret.
One of the most delightful evenings of scares, laughs, and surprises you will ever have, they say.
Two titans of literature clash and burn on the Fourth of July, 1937.
It’s been a slow but steady journey since its 2010 Williamstown Theatre Festival debut, but The Last Goodbye opens the Old Globe’s 2013-14 Season this fall in San Diego and word is it has Broadway producers aboard.
Popular, affordable musicals from the Cohoes Music Hall and C-R Productions for the 2013-14 season have just been announced.
The Mahaiwe’s programming is always a pleasant surprise, and their stage will be alive with great offerings right ithrough the holidays.
From now to Nov. 24 you can meet Emilie Du Châtelet, an interpreter of modern physics and a master of mathematics and linguistics during the Age of Enlightenment. She did a lot more than have a 15tear liaison with Voltaire.
A pleasant enough evening at the theatre, but memorable would have been better,
Melissa Manchester up close and personal at Club Helsinki.
Here are some details about the two soon-to-be-announced winter plays planned by Shakespeare & Company.
Two ways to free admissions: The New Kiefer Building opening at MASS MoCA or Museum Day – a national celebration of American history and culture.
Gypsy Layne, the Berkshires resident burlesque troupe offers a workshop in Pittsfield that promises to provide fun, laughs, good times, and a lot of heart.