There is a wry surreality to the play Nice Fish which celebrates ice fishing as a chance to ponder life’s big questions. Mark Rylance stars in this unexpected, refreshing, profound and touching play he co-wrote with Louis Jenkins in this American Repertory Theatre production.
Handing off the Colonial to another entity that already has two theatres to fill didn’t work. Emerson Associate Professor Magda Romanska suggests that other, more creative, avenues should be pursued to enable the grand old theatre reach its full potential usage.
“There’s a synergy between the innovation economy and the cultural economy and that is why we support a place like the A.R.T. where creativity and risk-taking are inherent to their work.” Are you listening Berkshires?
Oberon is where you find aerialists, beat poets, food artists, informal classical music, comedians, hula-hooping burlesquers, and drag queens and kings. It’s theatre and clubbing for a new generation.
One of the most important voices in American Theatre, Suzan-Lori Parks continues to write dramatic plays with an authentic voice and viewpoint.
Jeremy Jordan and Laura Michelle Kelly star in this world premiere musical at American Repertory Theatre, directed by Diane Paulus and with choreography by Mia Michaels.
A.R.T.’s “Tempest” will take us to a world of trickery and amazement, where Tom Waits’ Dust Bowl balladry and Teller’s magic animate the spirits and monsters, with choreography by Pilobolus.