This family show has fights and duels, mistaken identities, recurring jokes and improvised dialogue with a contemporary ring that everyone can enjoy, says reporter Macey Levin.
It’s not easy finding someone new when your husband passes away, and even worse when your family tries to help. This new play is going to be fun.
Jenna Ware’s fast-paced family-friendly adaptation of Aphra Behn’s Restoration comedy, based in Commedia dell’Arte, offers audiences of every age a hearty dose of mayhem, music, and merriment.
Joe Pera plans to tackle subjects such as race and also talk about pancakes (and possibly sex with maple syrup) on MASS MoCA’s Dré Pavilion (or up in Club B10 if it rains) on Saturday, July 9, at 8pm.
A double opening marks the beginning of the Williamstown Theatre Festival’s 2016 season with Marisa Tomei in the lead role of The Rose Tattoo.
If you’ve ever wanted to see Hillary Clinton belt a show tune, Donald Trump sing a rock song, or New Jersey Governor Chris Christie perform a classical ballet, Cranwell is the place to be this summer.
A new play that looks at the fascinating dynamic between dogs and dogs, dogs and humans, and humans and humans.