Due to creative differences, Leah C. Gardiner has parted ways with the new Joe Iconis musical, “Broadway Bounty Hunter” as Julianne Boyd, artistic director of Barrington Stage steps in to get the show open on time. One preview performance has been dropped.
Marni Nixon’s beautiful soprano has been captured on numerous films where she was a “ghost” voice filling in for name stars, but Nixon also graced opera and concert stages during a long career spent both in the spotlight and the shadows.
The first production to make use of the new rehearsal space will be the world premiere of Jonathan Larson Award-winning composer Joe Iconis’ Broadway Bounty Hunter, starring Annie Golden and Jeff McCarthy.
Coming to the Berkshire Theatre Group’s Fitzpatrick Stage July 21-August 20. A writer hopes to save his own career by taking on the monsters of another writer’s mind.
“Once Phase III is complete, this neck of the woods will have enough things to see and do for a long weekend, a week, or even two. It’s a game-changer,” says Mass MoCA’s Joe Thompson.
Following the current run of Fiorello! at The Unicorn Theatre in Stockbridge, MA (until July 23), the production will move on to New York City for a September 2 opening.
The Shubert Foundation has made grants totaling $275,000 in support of Berkshire and nearby theatre and dance organizations. This is the thirty-fourth consecutive year of support to nonprofit theatres.