Heartfelt and moving, “Home” is Scott Alan’s finest work while Christy Hall’s book brings the music to life in an intimate and genuine way.
Police, pirates, pols, peers and pretty young things all come together is this delightful and melodic farce about things not being as they appear in 1800’s England.
The Williams Theatre Lab weighs anchor at 7pm on Sunday with a reading of “Boats And…” in the CenterStage of the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance (1000 Main Street, Williamstown, MA). Admission is FREE.
Following the successful run of Fiorello! at The Unicorn Theatre in Stockbridge, MA the production moved on to New York City for a September opening.
The July 5 Tea and Talk will feature Julianne Boyd and members of the Barrington Stage Musical Theatre Conservatory at 4pm.
In a spectacular production starring Broadway’s Geoffrey Wade, “Man of La Mancha” is on stage at the Weston Playhouse season in Weston, VT.
Cervantes is jailed and is due to face trial by the Spanish Inquisition. But when robbed of his beloved manuscript which he believes is sincere, he decides to reenact his story, enlisting other prisoners to play the characters in his play. The cast is in the photo.