This story of Joan of Arc, an icon of human history, is realized from an entirely fresh point of view – her mother’s.
The 1950’s were a very different time. Our dueling critics, Burns and Cane, explain the pre-tech era in which “Bells Are Ringing” takes place, and Ethan Heard’s staging with Kate Baldwin and Graham Rowat in the leading roles.
With a delightful production of “Bells are RInging,” the Berkshire Theatre Group has unearthed a goldmine of possible musicals for the future.
The cast of 14 is made up of teenagers from around Berkshire County and features Austin Lombardi, Nicole Jones, Courtney Stewart, Ali Bourzgui, Caroline Fairweather, and a talented ensemble playing several roles each: Maya Finston-Fox, Emma Foley, Olivia Kinne, Connor McNinch, Julia Murphy, Brianna Nicola, Brice Ovitt, Noah Pott, and Gabrielle D. Straight.
Angela Lansbury and James Earl Jones make a lovable pair of characters in this Great Performances take on “Driving Miss Daisy” airing Friday July 17, 2015 at 9pm on PBS.
Some of Broadway’s brightest stars will light up the stage for this dazzling musical evening which includes a delicious walk-around dinner reception, a live auction, and an exclusive VIP after-party with the artists.
An afternoon of dynamic, energetic, and kinetic movement, exciting dance art in motion at the Berkshire Museum.