“A new play that takes a comedic look at the fraught time in history as seen through the eyes of tinsel town luminaries,” says Oldcastle’s Eric Peterson.
Did you know that All My Sons won Miller the first Tony award ever for playwriting? The story chronicles the events of a single summer day in which hard-working, self-made family man Joe Keller is forced to face the consequences of his past actions so that his son can have a better life.
With nonstop singing, dancing and kung-fu action spread across a modest sized stage by twelve hyper-active performers, Broadway Bounty Hunter is new, different and utterly delightful.
Kristin Wold, Peter Andersen, Jonathan Croy, Gwendolyn Schwinkle, and others use performance, movement, and discussion to delve into Shakespeare’s Henry VI, parts 1, 2 and 3 using excerpts that examine themes of gender, violence, religion, power, and politics.
With an ensemble of 16 “extraordinary movers”, FLEXN is rooted in freestyle movement, creating unique, improvised work that is accompanied by a wide range of popular music and sounds from the Brooklyn streets.
Tom Holloway’s deeply emotional play employs both sensitive direction and superb acting to draw its audience into the question of terminal illness and unassisted suicide.
With four composers creating new works for this group, their residency at Mass MoCA also includes serious study of death metal techniques with Androo O’Hearn of the Texas-based group Shaolin Death Squad. It culminates Friday, August 19 with a performance in the Hunter Center.