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Using Shakespeare's timeless words, and a few of his own, Shakespeare & Company Training alumnus and US military veteran Stephan Wolfert performs an interactive play that weaves his own experience with some of Shakespeare's most iconic military figures. A testament to the healing power of art and human resilience, this piece reveals how Shakespeare's audiences wrestled with the same hopes and fears that occupy our modern lives.
It's summer in New England and everyone who's anyone is getting married…except Lauren, who doesn't want to give up her single life. Or does she? Guided by instinct, denial and a lot of Pinot Grigio, Lauren forges ahead into a summer of engagement parties, determined to dodge the gazpacho cups and stay on the right side of adulthood.
Showered with awards and recognition for his live and recorded musical performances, Harry Connick, Jr., who exemplifies excellence in every aspect of the entertainment world, comes to Tanglewood for one night only.
Editor Walter Burns will do anything to find an ace reporter cunning enough to scoop a story in the cutthroat Chicago press world, even if that means turning to his ex-wife, Hildy Johnson, who comes back to the newsroom one last time before leaving the game for good. In Guare's adaptation, the play takes place in 1939, the day before war breaks out in Europe, which adds a political framework to the otherwise antic proceedings.
A modern-day retelling of Homer's classic tale of gods and goddesses, undying love and endless battles, told through the eyes of a single narrator whose gripping monologue captures both the heroism and horror of war. Crafted around the stories of Achilles and Hector, this powerful piece vividly drives home the timelessness of mankind's compulsion toward violence.
Kristin Chenoweth's career effortlessly spans film, television, voiceover, and stage. The Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress and singer joins conductor Thomas Wilkins and the Boston Pops for what is sure to be an unforgettable evening.
Penned by the Emmy award-winning writer of Mad Men and Olive Kitteridge, this powerful and dark comedy follows the tale of Joan of Arc, as seen through the eyes of her mum who is doing her very best to accept the fact that her daughter is different. Parenthood, religion, sexuality and politics all play a role; Tina Packer stars as the Mother of the Maid.
An imagined version of true events, Red Velvet is the story of Ira Aldridge, the first African-American actor to play Othello on the English stage in 1833. Fresh from his critically acclaimed performances in Tamburlaine (TFANA) and The Iceman Cometh (BAM), Drama Desk- and Obie-winning actor John Douglas Thompson stars as Ira Aldridge in this powerful play where lines are blurred between race, friendship, betrayal and art.
A special benefit reading featuring Hamish Linklater and other special guests. The final and most sinister of Shakespeare's history plays, Richard III tells the story of the legendary hunchbacked king's rise and fall. A masterpiece of Machiavellian plotting and history both real and invented, the play has captivated audiences for more than four hundred years.
Proceeds will provide vital support for Shakespeare & Company's performance, training and education programs.
A middle-aged man and woman sit opposite each other in a train compartment on a journey from Paris to Frankfurt. He is a world famous author; she, one of his biggest fans, carries his latest novel in her handbag and ponders the dilemma of reading it in front of him. From the creator of Art and God of Carnage, this illuminating drama explores themes of intimacy, celebrity, and second chances.
When Intisar, an African American Muslim student, arrives in Cairo for a year abroad, she hopes to finally be understood. She's quickly enlisted by her exuberant Egyptian roommate, Samar, to help create a blog debating the practice of wearing veils, but when the Arab Spring intervenes, revolution threatens to overtake their friendship. Four matinees for local high school students will be part of this production schedule.