A major cultural collaboration is bringing Brooklyn based Urban Bush Women Dance Company to the Berkshires for a three week residency from June 20 to July 9, 2016. Classes, performances and panel discussions are planned, many free and open to the public.
The Plaids are back at the Theater Barn, as are Agatha Christie, A.R. Gurney, Allan Sherman and two new plays not seen in the Berkshire region before.
Mesley follows Michael Conforti as the fifth director of the scholarly museum in July, bringing his energetic perspective on ways to extend the Clark’s reach and impact.
The inspiring musical “Island Song” opens the ATF season in Glens Falls, NY. It’s a story about five young people traveling down uncertain paths as they are caught up in the pulse of life in New York.
The tragedy in Orlando was noted last night by the host of the Tony Awards, James Cordon, but in the great tradition of show business, the show went on.
Bostonians are encouraged to enjoy the concert in the classic style of the Tanglewood lawn experience. A portion of the hall will be made available for patrons to enjoy the video presentation from the comfort of their own blankets.
“This means that we can explore additional artistic programming and partnerships throughout the year, and ensures that the Huntington can nurture future generations of theatre artists and arts organizations.” – Artistic Director Peter DuBois.