Long-in-coming documentary and tender memento about Matt Shepard doesn’t just revisit the atrocity of his death, it moves through it, and finds meaning in it.
Working with WAM Theatre’s new Girls Ensemble, these young artists have created an exciting theatre piece that includes music, dance, and text.
This year’s Town Players show at the Whitney includes music, theater, dance, stand-up comedy, spoken word, and poetry, all with a holiday twist.
Using both the printed word and video, author Will Kern has gone back to his Texas roots to create a fun take on the world of ballet as seen by a redneck dad through his character, Billy Jim. Photo: The Catcher Photography – Getty Images.
On December 12, the duo piano team of Soyeon Kate Lee and Ran Dank will fill the halls with great music ranging from a bravura arrangement of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite”—plus Debussy’s Preludes, Barber’s “Souvenirs,” Mozart’s Four Hand Variations in G Major K. 501, and Scriabin’s mystical Fantasy in B minor.
Unsilent Night is a luminous soundscape which will be played by participants on boomboxes carried through the streets of North Adams to announce the opening of the annual holiday celebration and sale of inexpensive artworks at MCLA’s Gallery 51.
There is a wry surreality to the play Nice Fish which celebrates ice fishing as a chance to ponder life’s big questions. Mark Rylance stars in this unexpected, refreshing, profound and touching play he co-wrote with Louis Jenkins in this American Repertory Theatre production.