REVIEW: Never has the debate between career and family been so clearly drawn, in this case a choice between the luxury of safety for upper-class Americans and the danger and instability that engulfs most of the rest of the world.
Some of the finest jazzmen in New England join with the sensational new voice of the truly original Rebecca Sullivan for an evening of solid jazz and a salute to Gershwin.
With Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens and Count Leo Tolstoy on stage, a new play by Scott Carter opens the Chester Theatre Company season, playing from June 24 through July 5, 2015.
Starlight Stage Youth Theatre may not be as famous as that other theatre company in Williamstown, but it has been serving Berkshire youth for nearly 40 years.
The Series, offered once-monthly during June, July, August and September, explores new and unique works and features Company actors.
When it comes to the arts, Julian Edelman is a team player, too, as he leads the Boston Pops to victory over the music of John Philip Sousa.
“It’s the second in our series on great Americans,” says Kate Maguire. “It speaks to who we are today.”