Also on the program are Sir Frederick Ashton’s celebrated, artful trios Monotones I and Monotones II; and a world premiere by resident choreographer and principal dancer Ricardo Graziano, set to music by Philip Glass.
The joy over the long run of the Barrington Stage On the Town mixed with tears over the announcement that the popular musical will be closing in a month after an almost year-long run.
Historic, artistic and just plain fascinating, the story of a black actor in 19th Century London comes alive as award-winning actor John Douglas Thompson joins forces with the daring director Daniela Varon to bring “Red Velvet” to us, in its first American production at Shakespeare & Company.
Gail Burns reviews the new romantic comedy from the writer of “Doubt” and “Moonstruck,” a play that is both a love letter to Ireland and a hit in Dorset, VT.
A Hollywood actor takes on the role of Hamlet only to be visited by the ghost of John Barrymore who makes him question the wisdom of doing Shakespeare instead of TV and film. Runs Aug 20 – September 5, 2015.
Fade out, fade in. 2015. I need a new costume for my glamorous cabaret act. Here’s how it went…..
From folk-rock to high art PigPen refuses to resign itself to one medium of performance, combining theatre, music, film, and movement to tell stories.