Writes Gail Burns: “I have seen Good Plaids and Bad Plaids. And I am happy to report that the cast director Trey Compton has assembled for the current production at The Theater Barn are Excellent Plaids.”
Dan Zanes’ Lead Belly Project is a ticketed event in MASS MoCA’s Courtyard C (or inside our Hunter Center, if it rains) on Saturday, July 18, at 2pm. Go early for a celebration of Here Comes the Sun, which is free to the public, opening in Kidspace at 11am.
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.
With shadow puppetry and cinematic techniques, manipulation of overhead projectors, multiple screens, puppets, dancers, and live-feed cameras this Hubbard Street 2 performance is more than just dance, it’s a whole production the whole family can enjoy.
We welcome the Berkshire Carousel to our summer attractions. This nostalgic restoration is delighting young and old. The horses and chariots are all saddled up and ready to go!
Festive music, an ala carte barbecue, a ribbon cutting, topped off with a reading of the Declaration of Independence are all on tap at Shakespeare & Company on July 4, Independence Day.
Opening the new dance season is the Aspen-Santa Fe Ballet in the Ted Shawn Theatre and Juan Siddi Flamenco Santa Fe in the Doris Duke Studio Theatre, plus free performances on the outdoor stage, exhibits, talks and family friendly events as the 84th Season begins.