Rigoletto is possibly the most popular tragic opera in the repertory – and it was a whole new adventure for our theatre critic, Gail Burns. She marveled at its big sound in the intimacy of Hubbard Hall in Cambridge, NY.
Garth Johnson of MADBOOTS DANCE, a young company of male dancers with some fresh ideas about modern masculinity, creating original works that are athletic, powerful, and tender. Their program features BEAU, a duet of vibrant ecstasy and self-sabotage, and SADBOYS, an ensemble work that explores rage, projected emotion, otherness, love, and loss.
Sometimes it takes a little while for a show to make it from the Berkshires to New York City. Such is the case with I Am My Own Wife, which played to sell-out crowds at Barrington Stage from May 21 to June 8, 2008. Doug Wright’s Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning play is a one man…
Topping off the First Fridays Artswalk this series will feature premiere contemporary musicians from across the northeast combining art with music.
All trailblazers in their respective fields, 15 women share their experiences struggling against discrimination and overcoming challenges to make their voices heard and their influence felt. Toni Morrison opens the film with a reading of an introduction she wrote specifically for the film.
Winner of a Tony for Best Musical, “Millie” brings together a poor girl looking for a rich husband, a rich boy not looking for love, a rich girl looking for friends, and a scheming landlady with a dastardly plot for young women ‘sad to be awe arone in da wirld’.
“I chose about 14 different characters from Shakespeare’s plays who are discussing war or the military experience in some way,” Wolfert says.