Tamara Tunie and Michael Hayden play an estranged, interracial couple who collide as they confront an unexpected crisis involving their son, the police, and an abandoned car. The new play by Christopher Demos-Brown has already received the Laurents/Hatcher Award. Julianne Boyd directs.
A very timely musical from 50+ years ago, “Fiorello!” and its youthful cast attacks both corrupt business-as-usual politics and the struggle of the working stiffs with good humor and great songs.
singing into the hollow of a Dumpster guitar and railing on a box of twisted forks and bones, Suitcase Junket nestles up to the Dre Pavilion at Mass MoCA on June 25.
Cervantes is jailed and is due to face trial by the Spanish Inquisition. But when robbed of his beloved manuscript which he believes is sincere, he decides to reenact his story, enlisting other prisoners to play the characters in his play. The cast is in the photo.
Many of the original cast members from the Adirondack Theater Festival production are returning for this concert performance, including Tony-nominee J. Robert Spencer and Brian Charles Rooney.
Opening the new dance season is the Aspen-Santa Fe Ballet in the Ted Shawn Theatre and Juan Siddi Flamenco Santa Fe in the Doris Duke Studio Theatre, plus free performances on the outdoor stage, exhibits, talks and family friendly events as the 84th Season begins.
Debra Jo Rupp leads a strong cast who get not only laughs, but our empathy in this dynamic production directed by a flawless Rob Ruggiero.