Police, pirates, pols, peers and pretty young things all come together is this delightful and melodic farce about things not being as they appear in 1800’s England.
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.
Director Ben Gunderson says The Maids easily comes alive “in our climate of class warfare and complex gender dynamics, but these issues are only stars in the constellation.”
A great story set in the demimonde of the hyper-rich Hamptons, Theresa Rebeck’s newest play follows the story of a good-hearted heiress who becomes the prey of an amoral party boy. The author (l) helms the production with Kristine Nielsen (r) at the Dorset Theatre Festival.
With a cast of sixteen, Big River is a delightful musical, a ground-breaking piece of anarchy about the relationship of Huck and Jim as they glide down the Mississippi on a raft.
Free outdoor performances, brilliant, fully staged ticketed performances, walks and talks are all part of this week’s festivities at Jacob’s Pillow in Becket.
“Jake Revolver, Freelance Secret Agent,” is a radio-noir parody by Matthew Konkel, and will be directed by Jerry Greene.