Blood Play has a unique combination of the good, the bad and the absolutely maddening for the literal mind.
Director David Auburn says “The sexual politics are surprisingly modern, radical even.”
This wickedly funny play about race, real estate and American values finally comes to the Berkshires and Southern Vermont.
A leap of location from Lenox to Simon’s Rock for Shakespeare & Company in a new collaboration.
“Stockholm” is unique in the way it weaves theater and dance/movement into a highly compelling journey through two people’s lives.
The evening features Xavier Cano (in photo,) with cabaret favorite and Iconis family member Molly Hager, with Alyse Alan Louis in her BSC debut.
Famous authors and frenemies, the meeting of F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway may or may not have been exactly like this.
Talking with Julianne Boyd about her approach to the first Shakespeare play offered by Barrington Stage.
The most spectacular day of the year at Tanglewood is great for families, too.
Is Obehi Janice “Fufu,” or “Oreos,” or both, or neither? And does it matter?
This is the sort of performance that gives Fringe theatre a bad name.
Engaging, then riveting, this is a sad story of great depth and beauty. Bonus: Q&A with the composer.