An African American Muslim student arrives in Cairo hoping to finally be understood. She’s quickly enlisted by her exuberant Egyptian roommate, Samar, to help create a blog about the practice of wearing veils, but Arab Spring intervenes, and revolution threatens to overtake everything.
Gods and goddesses, undying love and endless battles, An Iliad is told through the eyes of a single narrator – Michael F. Toomey – whose gripping monologue captures both the heroism and horror of war.
In the nearly fifty years since the début of The Homecoming on Broadway this modern, pause-filled, and abstract play has gone from controversy to classic. A deeply thought-provoking evening of theatre.
It’s a daring revamp of the traditional Williamstown Film Festival, but this information-rich Wind-Up Film Festival will fill in the huge gaps left by corporate cinema chains for meaningful films.
A fallen angel who gives the organ back its sinful excesses, his presence is so disconcerting that it can only be compared to what Liszt must have evoked 170 years ago.
An incredible cast comes together for a benefit reading of Shakespeare’s great historial tragedy Richard III on Saturday, October 10.
Never one to stereotype herself as a ‘female comedian’, she not only shot through the glass ceiling, she never even acknowledged that it was there.