One line zingers, swashbuckling swordplay, the ghost of a long dead actor and a young actor not sure of which direction to point his life make this a fun evening of comedy and theatre.
Evita (Joanna Russell) and Che (Ryan Burch) may dominate the Theater Barn stage in this rarely done Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, but it is the whole cast which make this production special, say our online critics.
With five weekends remaining, this has been Music Mountain’s longest, featuring over a dozen string quartets, multiple guest artists, favorite local jazz bands, and the first season of the Distinguished Artist Recital Series.
Kristen van Ginhoven once again takes the director’s chair in this final play reading of the 2015 Fresh Takes series at WAM Theatre on September 13, 2015.
In this fascinating digital program, First Person host Kristin Russo explores gender issues and music making with Perfect Pussy front woman Meredith Graves. You won’t see this kind of programming on commercial TV, that’s for sure.
Rigoletto is possibly the most popular tragic opera in the repertory – and it was a whole new adventure for our theatre critic, Gail Burns. She marveled at its big sound in the intimacy of Hubbard Hall in Cambridge, NY.
Garth Johnson of MADBOOTS DANCE, a young company of male dancers with some fresh ideas about modern masculinity, creating original works that are athletic, powerful, and tender. Their program features BEAU, a duet of vibrant ecstasy and self-sabotage, and SADBOYS, an ensemble work that explores rage, projected emotion, otherness, love, and loss.