From Lotte Reiniger in the 1920’s to Great Barrington’s legendary Joan Ackermann, women have had a unique – and much needed – voice in the overwhelming men’s world of filmmaking.
Jay Armstrong Johnson is sending audiences back in time to a time when laughter and love weren’t quite so complicated.
When the play ends, the audience is invited to linger and the conversation begins.
A chance to see two very different one act operas, one old favorite and a new one that is about current issues, in Bennington.
James Franco and Chris O’Dowd are just two of the stars who will be featured iin this series of great offerings from London’s NT Live in the coming months at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center.
Immersive, moving, and laced with unexpected humor, In Darfur is a journey of courage and humanity in the face of peril.
He’s played the Phantom, Billy Flynn in Chicago and has an evening of Kander and Ebb planned for Helskinki Hudson.