Co-Artistic Directors Joe Cacaci, Jim Frangione and Matthew Penn lead region’s only professional theater exclusively dedicated to the development of new plays.
Playwright Rich Orloff poses the question, “If you could go back in time and observe your parents at the time of your birth, what would you discover?“ His play looks at what it meant to be a parent in 1953.
She writes fascinating, bracing characters, putting them in a situation where the audience is anxiously awaiting the outcome,” said Berkshire Playwrights Lab Co-Artistic Director Bob Jaffe.
The cast includes Wendie Malick (seen here) “Hot in Cleveland,” and BPL’s Jim Fragione.
A new work begins its creative journey in the real world.
A new play from the author of Almost, Maine looks at love from ten different angles.
Once again the stars come out for the Berkshire Playwrights Lab Gala in 2013, as the organization plans an extended run of a new play.