Here’s a show that has it all: great cast, fun songs, twisted plot, a man (and woman) eating plant and swift direction that keeps things moving along at a brisk pace. Critic Larry Murray loved it.
With Ravel, Saint-Saens and Prokofiev on the program and the BSO back in the Berkshires, it was a perfect evening, despite the rain.
Dan Zanes’ Lead Belly Project is a ticketed event in MASS MoCA’s Courtyard C (or inside our Hunter Center, if it rains) on Saturday, July 18, at 2pm. Go early for a celebration of Here Comes the Sun, which is free to the public, opening in Kidspace at 11am.
Critic Charles Giuliano takes a long, heartfelt look at a play that “takes a chunk out of your heart and psyche,” and continues to linger in his mind.
“Once Phase III is complete, this neck of the woods will have enough things to see and do for a long weekend, a week, or even two. It’s a game-changer,” says Mass MoCA’s Joe Thompson.
Jenna Ware’s fast-paced family-friendly adaptation of Aphra Behn’s Restoration comedy, based in Commedia dell’Arte, offers audiences of every age a hearty dose of mayhem, music, and merriment.
Playwright Rich Orloff poses the question, “If you could go back in time and observe your parents at the time of your birth, what would you discover?“ His play looks at what it meant to be a parent in 1953.