“Kiss Me Kate” is a classic musical about Shakespeare and show business, though its portrayal of women is dated..
The play God of Carnage will act as the springboard for a discussion on how theatre might help humans be more human.
“I Do” is a sweet, sincere, yet ultimately tepid story about Jack and impossible choices.
When a complicated traditional relationship is interrupted by the guy deciding he wants to live as a women “Laurence Anyways” takes us on a fascinating journey.
Back for one night only is one of the most fascinating films about taking pictures ever made, and it tall takes place here in the Berkshires.
A very informal video review of a film you might want to avoid.
Daniel Lopatin, whose recording name is Oneohtrix Point Never deals in electronic music that is a hypnotic mix of both the visual and the musical.
Dozens of inexpensive – and sometimes even free – tickets to shows all across the country by special arrangement for our readers.
Breezy entertainment about serious subjects like love, divorce, aging and death that is as caustic as it is comic.
Most critics continue to fault ANNA CHRISTIE for its happy ending, but the playwright patiently explained to Alexander Woollcott why it isn’t at all that way…who is right?
William Finn hosts this 8th Annual celebration of emerging Broadway talents and their latest songs.
When an autistic young man meets and artistic young lady, things get interesting.