Cue the laughs: On tour in Buffalo in 1953 with Cyrano de Bergerac in a “revised, one nostril version” and Noel Coward’s Private Lives, they receive word that they’ll finally get a shot at stardom: Frank Capra is coming to town to see their matinee.
Burns and Murray had decidedly different views on this Tony nominated play, with her thumb up, and his thumb down.
Screams of surprise are followed by loud laughter as the audience tries its best to stay one step ahead of the plotters on stage. A real crowd pleaser, Deathtrap is slated for a month’s run at the Berkshire Theatre Group July 1-25. The director gives you an insiders view of this thriller.
Merging live music, theatrical spectacle, and Spanish Flamenco dance into a whole new experience, Antigona returns to the Mahaiwe in Great Barrington July 1-5.
Buildings that host the arts are the focus of the Mass. Cultural Facilities Fund which has invested $85 million to date. The long empty Mohawk Theatre in North Adams would be an ideal candidate, but it is owned and neglected by its own city.
Particularly geared towards short attention spans but a delight for all ages, Cinderella features exquisite choreography by Donald Mahler along with magical sets and costumes, all while maintaining traditional elements from the classic story ballet.
Ballet BC brings formidable ballet technique into unconventional works, pushing the boundaries of the classical idiom.