The 2015 has all the old chestnuts, of course, but lots of newer variations are on the schedule, too.
Wait until you meet the characters – Baba Ganoush, Baba O’Rhum and The Wazir – all part of “Ali Baba and the Four Tea Thieves,” the latest in a line of crazy Engllsh music hall shows from the PantoLoons.
All is well in Topsy-Turveydom, says Gail Burns in her review of this Gilbert & Sullivan operetta.
When students delve into Shakespeare’s works, they unpack the language and savor the humor, intensity and transcendent beauty that lies within.
Arlo, his son Abe, plus daughters Cathy, Annie, and Sarah Lee Guthrie are joined by Sarah Lee’s husband Johnny Irion for a family gathering of songs and stories.
Let us give thanks that Thanksgiving week includes two plays from the Wharton Salon at The Mount in Lenox.
Sundance Institute Theatre Program will present Lucy Alibar’s “Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up” on Dec. 6, 2014.