We interview Lesbian feminist Allison Miller, “a drummer of fierce clarity and bold imagination” (London Guardian), who was here last summer with Toshi Reagon, as she prepares to return to Mass MoCA May 7 with a smoking hot band.
Diversity and excellence are the concepts guiding the WIlliamstown Theatre Festival’s 2016 season under Mandy Greeenfield.
Marvin and Whizzer return as William Finn and James Lapine’s Falsettos gets a Lincoln Center Theatre production starring Andrew Rannells. Previews begin Sept. 29 ahead of an Oct. 27 opening at the Walter Kerr Theatre on Broadway.
“Packed in a Trunk” uncovers the story of lesbian artist Edith Lake Wilkinson, committed to an asylum in 1924 and never heard from again. We follow the journey of Edith’s great-niece as she pieces together the mystery of Edith’s life and returns her work to Provincetown.
“I see each decade as a graduation. Moving out of one age bracket into another gives an actor the opportunity to work on and delve into different types of roles,” says Nicholas Downs.
It is deep winter in the Berkshires. Bob struggles to make ends meet as a rotten investment threatens the family business. Depicting the other side of Berkshire life, we ask director Diego Ongaro to tell us how this film came together for him.
Ryan Scott Oliver has been described as a composer-lyricist who fashions epic dramas, Gothic thrillers, and high-octane rock and roll into exhilarating new musicals for the stage. Larry Murray does a show and tell on what makes him tick.