The premise is simple: Three women and one shattering event create a debilitating tension between art and life.
This dinner theater show is more of an interactive comedy than a straightforward whodunnit. The audience can watch or take part. Participation includes questioning suspects, contests, reading lines or possibly even playing a role.
A local event in solidarity with the massive Women’s March on Washington is coming together in the Berkshires.
With 2017 Spring comes the return of the Laugh Lounge Series at the Garage and the On the Stage Series, as well as the fourth annual Encore! An Evening to Celebrate High School Musicals at The Colonial Theatre.
Cabaret-rock singer-songwriter Nellie McKay brings an eccentric blend of pop, rock, jazz and hip-hop to bear on her recreation of “A Girl Named Bill: The Life and Times of Billy Tipton.”
The Farming Plays Project is an ongoing, ensemble-based new work created in collaboration with hundreds of local public school students and members of the farming community in Washington and Rensselaer counties.
Doni Smith (MCLA, 2019) will host this special event which will be set in the context of visual artist Josh Ostraff’s (visiting assistant professor, MCLA) exhibition – “OFA ATU.”