For its July 3 concert, the Boston Symphony chose Copland’s Lincoln Portrait as its penultimate salute to freedom. John Douglas Thompson, one of the greatest actors of his generation, will read excerpts from Lincoln’s words, including portions of the Gettysburg Address.
This free outdoor production of everyone’s favorite love story also includes pre-show music on Friday and Saturday nights, all on the First Street Common in downtown Pittsfield.
Hit of the Dublin Theatre Festival and Winner of Edinburgh Festival Fringe First Award runs July 9-19, 2015.
A freshly ordained Episcopal priest finds challenges everywhere as she wrestles with church finances, eccentric parishioners, changing sexual mores and her own doubting human heart.
Under director Giovanna Sardelli’s skillful direction, six marvelous actors deliver a glimpse of an earlier time that is both heartfelt and heartbreaking.
Set during World War II, two young brothers, Arty and Jay, are sent to live with their formidable German Jewish immigrant grandmother. Plays July 16 to August 1 on the Boyd-Quinson mainstage.
Each season, Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival celebrates its LGBTQ history, connections, and community with an annual Weekend OUT. Here’s what is on tap.