The fourth production of the season, Pygmalion is directed by Nicholas Martin.
Music, merriment and more is in store at this Cabaret in Bennington, VT
A musical that takes us on a trip from the heart of the country to a brave new world.
An amazing story of how it took all day to record one line when Tallulah Bankhead arrived at the recording studio looped.
The Whipping Man is a riveting play about the Civil War as relationships between slave and plantation owner change.
A new play from the author of Almost, Maine looks at love from ten different angles.
Burns and Cain review the rarely seen Love’s Labour’s Lost set in the 1940’s.
Based on the true story of con man George Joseph Smith, in Edwardian London.
If it is July in the Berkshires, Summer Music is everywhere.
The fascinating story of a young woman sold into sex slavery because her family could no longer support itself crafting Samurai armor.
From the author of “Boeing Boeing,” comes an even funnier farce.
America’s spirit of independence is honored, sort of, in this perceptive play about dead-end jobs.