“She laughed it off,” a source told the publication. “She thought it was so funny. She was like, ‘What are you going to do?'”
Burns and Cane found that this “Private Lives” has great physical comedy, but at the expense of both script and character.
As the Festival enters its second week, the pace of fascinating events does not falter.
At Williams, five ensembles – CoDa, Kusika, The Zambezi Marimba Band, Sankofa and INISH – study and perform on and off campus throughout the academic year.
WAM Theatre makes its stage available to new and reimagined works that tell women’s stories. The readings will feature local professional actors and directors.
Showcased during the residency will be iconic works by George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins as well as contemporary ballets by Peter Martins and Christopher Wheeldon.
Internationally-renowned classical soloists, famed guest conductors, star-studded pops evenings and exciting premieres will highlight the 2014 residency of The Philadelphia Orchestra in Saratoga ‘s SPAC.