The Dorset Theatre Festival begins with a special Family Fun show, a staged adaptation of the beloved children’s book The Stinky Cheese Man by Jon Scieszka performed by students from The Theatre Institute at Sage.
Under doctor’s orders, David Schramm who had been playing the title role in “Butler,” has had to withdraw with Wally Dunn taking over the part for the rest of the run.
Using some of the most beautiful and heart-breaking language in all of Shakespeare, Prince Hal takes on the crown, rallies his exhausted troops and sets forth to repair his post-civil war nation.
Born black, impoverished, gay and gifted James Baldwin said: “I am what time, circumstance, history, have made of me, certainly, but I am, also, much more than that. So are we all.”
Making sense of relationships and theories about reproductive biology unleash high emotions and zingy retorts in this unusual play about the reunion of a child put out for adoption and her birth mother.
Valley Light Opera celebrates its 40th with the East coast premiere of the comic ballet “Pineapple Poll” June 26-28 plus the comic opera “The Zoo,” two delightful works in one evening.
The Festival takes place all across Berkshire County. Here’s the program. http://wp.me/pT8Qm-chg