Discover the great music and lovable characters in the Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning musical Fiorello!. A big-hearted look at Mayor LaGuardia and his battle for the people of New York City.
A tale of two young women, both named Jane. Another in WAM’s series of quirky plays that celebrate outstanding young women playwrights. June 19 at No. Six Depot Roastery and Café in West Stockbridge, MA.
Rutgers student Camila Canó-Flaviá makes her professional debut in the title role of My Jane, a contemporary exploration of Charlotte Brontë’s sweeping novel Jane Eyre.
Table Manners is the second of three plays by Alan Ayckbourn’s trilogy, Norman Conquests, set during the sexual revolution of the 1970s. Each is a complete story, taking place over the same weekend at an English country estate, each in a different part of the house.
Beginning June 23, the Young Company at Weston Playhouse brings its infectious energy to a show that has been called one of the brightest and most innovative productions of its genre.
In the worlds of symphonic music and opera, great conductors are often signed for dates stretching five or more years into the future. It’s a practice that is good for artists, but makes problem solving difficult.
“Craig Lucas’ latest work is a gorgeous play about what it means to believe in other people and to choose life even in the darkest of moments,” says Huntington Theatre Company Artistic Director Peter DuBois.