3rd Thursday comes roaring back, and it’s bigger and better than ever as Pittsfield celebrates its growing downtown.
A new play about the legendary George Rose – written and acted by Ed Dixon – shines a light on numerous showbiz celebrities before relating the horrific end of his mentor’s life as he is murdered in the Dominican Republic by his adopted lover, Juan, and Juan’s father and uncle.
This delightful musical is a tasty mix of life’s necessities: bread, neighborliness and love, with a sweet Stephen Schwartz score, and opens The Mac-Haydn Theatre 47th season.
With only a few tickets remaining, WAM Theatre is psyched up for its staged reading of The Tall Girls by Meg Miroshnik, the next event in the 2015 Fresh Takes Play Reading Series, on Sunday May 17.
As a driver Paul Newman won numerous races, and had to juggle his life in order to race since film contracts strictly forbade it.
Queen Lattifah says “I was exhausted, frankly, after a day’s work of being Bessie. She had a husband, a boyfriend and a girlfriend. She was fighting and singing. That’s a lot of woman.”
There’s a toy piano extravaganza, a theatrical oratorio about Van Gogh, plus music by Philip Glass, Christian Marclay, Meredith Monk, 2015 Pulitzer Prize Winner Julia Wolfe as BOAC reveals its plans for three weeks at Mass MoCA this summer.