According to Variety, this film “plays like a period piece, populated by cardboard bigots, flamboyant gay crusaders and other hoary relics of a less enlightened past.” But what do they know.
Review of Yasmina Reza’s outrageously funny Tony winning play in which two perfectly behaved couples meet to discuss a fight their two sons had, when civility slips away and all hell breaks loose.
“Night. Cold. A bus stop in Kingston, NY. A woman waits. A boy walks up.” Will Hamish Linklater’s play be on tap for 2016? This reading could decide its fate.
On September 17, Walk a Mile in Her Shoes will once again see Pittsfield celebrate in support of the Freeman Center with fun in the streets.
From the Town Players: After the wedding, the reluctant bridesmaids get away from the reception as the pumps come off, the champagne begins to flow, and these five very different women discover a common bond they never expected.
Nothing – and everything – is funny when two grownups begin their finger–pointing, tantrums and tears over a playground altercation between their eleven-year-old boys. A meeting to resolve the matter shines the spotlight on the problem and it isn’t the kids.
Applications for the 2016 grant cycle which begins in the fall will soon open. This workshop will increase your chances of being a recipient. This year, the Pittsfield Cultural Council made 52 grants totaling $30,000.