Any gay reading of Swan Lake inevitably invites comparison with Matthew Bourne’s production, yet Masilo’s is like no other you have ever seen. It’s combination of ballet and African dance is spellbinding. At UMass Amherst FAC Jan. 26.
Bogosian is one clever rascal. For $750 towards his monologue project, he will create a brand new 5-page play written specifically for you based on an idea of your choice (copyright not included, amateur performing rights included). This project is not only worthy, but incredibly entertaining.
Saoirse Ronan and “Brooklyn” are among the 2015 films nominated as Best Picture and Best Performance. The gay and lesbian critics sometimes have a different take on what’s hot in the world of broadcast and theatrical cinema. (Berkshire on Stage and Screen is a voter in the awards.)
At Wesleyan University Tatge worked with and presented dance artists such as Eiko Otake, Liz Lerman, Dorrance Dance, Alarmél Valli, Ronald K. Brown, Compagnie Marie Chouinard, Faye Driscoll, Camille A. Brown, Brian Brooks, Nora Chipaumire, and David Dorfman.
A new alliance with Jacob’s Pillow strengthens the Mahaiwe’s role as the Berkshire’s preeminent purveyor of live fine arts performances, albeit on the big screen.
David Bowie had carefully planned his poignant final message, “Look up here, I’m in Heaven!”
The cast has been announced for the Barrington Stage Company’s 10×10 New Play Festival returning February 11-21 with new plays, and new faces.