More big names from the music business are making Tanglewood 2013 their summer destination.
In the midst of phones ringing off the hook for tickets to On the Town, the board, staff and performers at Barrington Stage took time out to celebrate a landmark in their history.
“Life Science” Review by Gail Burns, the Berkshire Playwright’s Lab first fully staged production.
Playwright Steven Sater returns to Chester with composer Duncan Sheik for an intimate musical that has New York talking.
This play brings to life the years that artists Alfred Stieglitz and Georgia O’Keeffe spent living on Lake George.
Some of the best ensemble acting is on display in Other People’s Money which is more than entertainment, it is an eye-opener, too.
A play that is full of surprises and delights, The Scene is a great choice to open the 2013 Dorset Theatre Festival.
This contemporary Richard II will draw connections between irrational fundamentalism and Richard’s belief that his crown was bestowed on him by God.
Bettye LaVette steps into the Mass MoCA spotlight as part of the Lift Ev’ry Voice Festival.
Scott Wahle leads a cast of 45 in this timeless musical based as Tevye with Donna Sorbello as his wife, Golde.
Another winner from Barrington Stage who seems to find an endless supply of works that are as intellectually stimulating as they are entertaining
Director Jenna Ware and company promise to pull out all the stops in this hilarious classic.