Set during World War II, two young brothers, Arty and Jay, are sent to live with their formidable German Jewish immigrant grandmother. Plays July 16 to August 1 on the Boyd-Quinson mainstage.
This composite of Anton Chekhov’s short stories, dramatized by Neil Simon, is rarely seen. A hit on Broadway, now here’s your chance to see it too, Chekhov fans!
NIfty dance numbers and lots of topical humor from the 70’s can’t save this mishmash of a musical.
For their Summer 2012 season, there will be a world premiere by Katori Hall, plus works by Oscar Wilde, Neil Simon and Ivan Turgenev. These productions will enable Berkshire audiences to see another side of the actors David Hyde Pierce and Jessica Stone – as directors. Click on the photo of artistic director Jenny Gersten to preview the whole season.
In what could be taken as an omen of a fun summer ahead for the Williamstown Theatre Festival in 2011, a staged reading of Neil Simon’s Last of the Red Hot Lovers has been scheduled by WTF for the Clark Art Museum on Monday, February 14 at 7:00 PM. Ticket information is available by calling…