After a terrific season of beautifully acted provocative plays, Shakespeare & Co. ends their summer season on a different note.
When Presidential candidates turn a hard heart towards people fleeing persecution, we see history repeating itself. Sotto Voce recounts just one incident of many in which the US turned away Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany, sending many innocents to their death.
An incredible cast comes together for a benefit reading of Shakespeare’s great historial tragedy Richard III on Saturday, October 10.
The 2015 theatre season has been full of surprises, and this past Sunday the curtain falls not only on the Williamstown Theatre Festival, but on many of the major productions in the Berkshires. There are several major exceptions. His Girl Friday [review] runs until the end of August, and several productions at Shakespeare & Company…
For this evening you will find yourself sitting on the Colonial stage, looking out at the beautiful theatre as you watch the artists performing right in front of you.
Cultural expectations and sexual identity are turned on their heads in this Eve Merriam musical co-directed by Rocco Sisto and Barbara Allen as they ask, “What if women behaved like men?”
An astonishing portrayal of Maria Callas by Annette Miller in Master Class secures her place as the Berkshire’s own diva.