When Randy Harrison and several Williamstown regulars stride on stage with the musical duo The Skivvies, it will be a memorable evening that promises to get down to the basics.
A famous author and one of his fans end up sitting across from each other in a train compartment on a journey from Paris to Frankfurt.
Called Broadway’s Golden Couple, Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley travel to Barrington Stage on July 27 at 8pm for a one night only appearance on the Boyd-Quinson Mainstage.
Here’s a Neil Simon play that searches for answers and truth in a family with a cruel matriarch. There are plenty of great laughs, too, but the touching story is the real reason to cherish Lost in Yonkers.
Not to be missed, Eric Gauthier’s humorously instructive Ballet 101 which leads a solo dancer through 100 movements, beginning with the five basic positions. This fun work highlights Gauthier’s “goal to win a young audience for modern dance”.
Great theatre is the goal of WAM, but so is making our world a better place, a double goal shared by many in the Berkshires.
With lots of “side-splitting hilarity and a touch of unconventional romance” writes Gail Burns, this prequel about the early life of Peter Pan is sending fans of that classic story into a state of ecstasy.