Witch, a play produced at the Rand Theater at Umass by Jen Silverman, a funny medieval story of succession with a modern twist.
A staged reading of Guilty by Ellen Wittlinger, that combines so many touch points including race, class, money and college pedigree.
Mystery of Irma Vep Silverthorne Theater presented this funny, Victorian camp play featuring two actors who played eight different roles.
The Pageant of the Masters, in Laguna Beach, California, is a masterwork of music, live art, and 2019’s theme is The Time Machine.
Arena Civic Theater’s production of “Modigliani” is reviewed, a three-act play about the life of the tortured painter in 1916 Paris.
Pageant of the Masters is the most fantastic and highly anticipated show in Orange County, California. This year’s theme: Back to the Future.
The year was 1967, and Sam’s Place was the Place to Be, in this production by Eggtooth Theater at the Shea Theater.
“Sweat” is a Pulitzer price-winning play written by Lynn Nottage, performed at UMass Amherst Theater Department in April 2019.
Come My Beloved tells personal, conversational stories about life in Detroit Michigan from the 1930s, the 1970s and 2019,. by Emma Weinstein.
Valley Voices Story Slam brings together bold people with funny stories to share, it’s stand up comedy club with stories instead of jokes.
Wild Thing, a play written in 1613 by Luis Velez de Guevara, was performed for the first time at the Rand Theater, Umass. Here is a review.
Tonight I went to see the latest New Century Theatre production at Smith College, “The How and the Why,” by Sarah Treem. It’s a serious play about a mother and daughter who come together for a biology conference and find similarities in their adult lives after the mom gave her […]