At New York’s Theatre for the New City, a provocative story of tragedies compounded by a deaf government that makes terrorists out of ordinary people.
Probably the most interesting thing for kids to see during School Vacation Week in Pittsfield.
The 40-year-old actor got to dress like a hussy and got kissed by two lipstick-smacking guys in drag as he picked up his Award and a lot of spoofing from Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Club..
Dance is good for the soul.
SLOC has undertaken some 500 quality theatrical productions at various locations since 1926. This winter they take on “Caroline, or Change” set in 1963 as the times were changing for folks in Lake Charles, Louisiana.
Intoxicating Jamaican music sure to light up the dance floor.
February’s Valentines are less sweet and innocent and more of a tease when you spend it with the Gypsy Layne Cabaret.