Pulitzer finalist, Obie winner Orlandersmith is a “poet of life’s complexity” and her play – partially written in Vermont – is now being shared with the wider community.
With shadow puppetry and cinematic techniques, manipulation of overhead projectors, multiple screens, puppets, dancers, and live-feed cameras this Hubbard Street 2 performance is more than just dance, it’s a whole production the whole family can enjoy.
“Williamstown Theatre Festival has mounted an outstanding production of this seldom-performed play with the marvelous Marisa Tomei leading an exceptional cast,” writes Macey Levin.
Joe Pera plans to tackle subjects such as race and also talk about pancakes (and possibly sex with maple syrup) on MASS MoCA’s Dré Pavilion (or up in Club B10 if it rains) on Saturday, July 9, at 8pm.
Three of the world’s most celebrated tap dance luminaries—Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards, Jason Samuels Smith, and Derick K. Grant — appear July 6-10, 2016 in the intimate Doris Duke Theatre.
A double opening marks the beginning of the Williamstown Theatre Festival’s 2016 season with Marisa Tomei in the lead role of The Rose Tattoo.
The Shubert Foundation has made grants totaling $275,000 in support of Berkshire and nearby theatre and dance organizations. This is the thirty-fourth consecutive year of support to nonprofit theatres.