“I see each decade as a graduation. Moving out of one age bracket into another gives an actor the opportunity to work on and delve into different types of roles,” says Nicholas Downs.
It is deep winter in the Berkshires. Bob struggles to make ends meet as a rotten investment threatens the family business. Depicting the other side of Berkshire life, we ask director Diego Ongaro to tell us how this film came together for him.
Ryan Scott Oliver has been described as a composer-lyricist who fashions epic dramas, Gothic thrillers, and high-octane rock and roll into exhilarating new musicals for the stage. Larry Murray does a show and tell on what makes him tick.
“He often drove me crazy, but there’s not a day I won’t miss him and love him to my core,” Jones said. Shirley Jones and I had a wonderful chat about Marty before an appearance in the Berkshires.
Our 2009 interview with Matt McGrath who is currently starring in the new Matthew Lopez play, The Legend of Georgia McBride at the Lucille Lortel in New York.
Sometimes it takes a little while for a show to make it from the Berkshires to New York City. Such is the case with I Am My Own Wife, which played to sell-out crowds at Barrington Stage from May 21 to June 8, 2008. Doug Wright’s Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning play is a one man…
“I think Lisa Belkin’s book “Show Me a Hero” offered a perfect narrative about our enduring racial and class pathologies and the not-in-my-back-yard, don’t-tread-on-me sensibilities of modern libertarian and neoliberal politics,” says David Simon (HBO’s “Treme” and “The Wire”). The 6-part series debuts Aug. 16.