Adam H. Weinert begins a week-long residency at Jacob’s Pillow to further develop his recreation of the original dances of founder Ted Shawn in preparation for a performance at the 92nd Street Y (New York), April 24-26.
Packer shows that Shakespeare’s imagination, mirrored and revealed in his female characters, develops and deepens until finally, when women and men are equal in status and sexual passion, they can—and do—change the world.
An artist who is trained in ballet, a student of opera, and cites Luciano Pavarotti and Freddy Mercury as two of his biggest influences, Migguel Anggelo never ceases to push the envelope of what it means to be a performer. We have three stunning clips to share, plus his backstory.
Provincetown author Laura Shabbot reviews this fascinating dialogue driven play by Steve Lyons, directed by the critically acclaimed David Drake (“The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me”).
Over the course of the eight-week season, June 21 through August 15, BU Tanglewood Institute students and faculty perform more than 60 concerts in the Berkshires, including solo, chamber music, and large ensemble concerts.
This breathtaking event will showcase the scope of plays being written by women and the range of professional theater being produced in and around the DC area. It kicks off Sept. 8 with two weekend intensives October 2-4 and 23-25, 2015.
The world premiere of “Simply Sondheim” celebrates the 25 year relationship of the Signature Theatre and the composer.