2017 Berkshire Theatre Award Winners Announced!

(Photo coverage of the event by Stephen Sorokoff in Broadway World!) Pittsfield, MA – At an SRO ceremony held on the stage of the St. Germain Theatre at Barrington Stage Company in Pittsfield, the Board of the Berkshire Theatre Critics Association presented the Berkshire Theatre Awards on the evening of Monday, November 6, 2017. This…

REVIEW: “Ragtime” at Barrington Stage

Review by Gail M. Burns “You just sit there going, ‘This is our country as we know it.’ Black people are crying out that their lives matter. Women are saying, ‘I can never go back to before.’ Immigrants are saying, ‘What is wrong with this country?’ These are all lyrics from the show, and they’re…

Barrington Stage Announces Additional Casting for 2017 Season

Barrington Stage Company (BSC), the award-winning theatre in Downtown Pittsfield, MA, under the leadership of Artistic Director Julianne Boyd, is proud to announce additional casting for the 2017 season. Rounding out the cast of Ragtime will be David Harris (Next to Normal at TheaterWorks) as “Father” and Allison Blackwell (Broadway’s A Night With Janis Joplin)…

Barrington Stage Announces Initial Casting for 2017 Season

COMPANY STARRING AARON TVEIT AS “BOBBY”   RAGTIME STARRING: ELIZABETH STANLEY AS “MOTHER” DARNELL ABRAHAM AS “COALHOUSE” ZURIN VILLANUEVA AS “SARAH”   KUNSTLER STARRING: JEFF McCARTHY AS “KUNSTLER”   THE BIRDS STARRING: KATHLEEN McNENNY AS “DIANE” SASHA DIAMOND AS “JULIA” CHRISTOPHER INNVAR AS “NAT” OBIE AWARD WINNER ROCCO SISTO AS “TIERNEY”   TAKING STEPS STARRING:…

Barrington Stage 2017: Ragtime, Company, Kunstler, The Birds, This, Taking Steps, Gaslight (Angel Street)

“2017 pairs exciting artists with great, timely pieces for audiences to experience in a whole new light,” said BSC Artistic Director Julianne Boyd. “We’ll stage new productions of two landmark musicals of the 20th century, two laugh-out-loud comedies, two sensational thrillers, plus welcome back BSC veteran and Broadway star Jeff McCarthy, taking on the role of real-life activist William Kunstler.”