The classic, puzzling yet delightfully brain-teasing Endgame has lost none of its peculiarity in the 50+ years since Samuel Beckett first presented it to American audiences. It’s a play which actors, directors and designers can make anew every time, and they will leave an indelible imprint on those who see it.
If you think raw food is inedible without processing, or that Vegan is a planet. this series will show you the many wonders of sustainable agriculture.
With an “enhanced reading” of Lauren Gunderson’s wonderful play, WAM takes this hit play to three regional stages Feb. 10-13 in Williamstown, Albany and Pittsfield.
Great performances come in all sizes, from cabaret sized shows to fully staged spectacles on big stages. We pick some of the best, and most unusual, of the lot.
At Williams, five ensembles – CoDa, Kusika, The Zambezi Marimba Band, Sankofa and INISH – study and perform on and off campus throughout the academic year.
Films about soul food, French farmers, commercial fishing, and hungry children followed by fascinating discussions.
While their approach to ballet is based on a loving, scholarly knowledge of dance and the astonishing power and precision of their technique it is also infused with a comic approach that makes this company of men, in drag, both stunning to watch and fun to see.