(Lenox, MA) – Shakespeare & Company announces its lineup for the 2017 summer season, which includes three Shakespeare plays: Cymbeline, The Tempest, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream; plus two Edith Wharton comedies, Roman Fever and the newly adapted The Fullness of Life. Additional titles include the Obie Award winning 4,000 Miles by Amy Herzog; New York Drama Critics Circle and the Outer Critics Circle Recipient, Intimate Apparel by…
Just as Velentine’s Day rolls around, Shakespeare’s most notorious couples are loving, fighting, scheming and wooing. Lover’s Spat is directed by Artistic Director Allyn Burrows and performed in the Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre Feb. 18-19.
“I’d go easy on these guys, it was their first time out…” – Larry Murray
The Berkshire theatre community gathers together this weekend to share a glass of bubbly and celebrate the winners of the Berkshire Theatre Awards. Special guests include Elizabeth Aspenlieder and Debra Jo Rupp.
The cast also inclludes Jonathan Epstein (Claudius), Elizabeth Aspenlieder (Gertrude), Malcolm Ingram (Polonius), Rory Hammond (Guildenstern), Dylan Wittrock (Rosencrantz), Kate Abbruzzese (Ophelia).
“A new play that takes a comedic look at the fraught time in history as seen through the eyes of tinsel town luminaries,” says Oldcastle’s Eric Peterson.
“This is a multi-ethnic and cultural endeavor with 2 Israelis, 1 Indian, 3 Brits, 2 Canadians and 10 Americans – 5 of which are African American,” says Tina. “It’s a multi-racial cast that isn’t necessarily playing in traditional racial, religious or gender specific roles – except when they are,” she chuckled.