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Barrington Stage's 2023 season includes a host of familiar faces and productions of "Cabaret," "Blues for an Alabama Sky," "A New Brain," "The Happiest Man on Earth," "tiny father" and "Faith Healer."
Pittsfield TikTok star @fancypantz707 started her page to pass the time during the pandemic. Last week, it punched her ticket for a red carpet premiere in Los Angeles.
Barrington Stage Company founding director Julianne Boyd hasn't quite left the fold just yet. She's on the summer schedule to direct a new production of "Faith Healer" by the Irish playwright Brian Friel.
Barrington Stage Company's 12th annual 10X10 New Play Festival featuring 10 10-minute plays, will be presented on the St. Germain Stage at the Sydelle and Lee Blatt Performing Arts Center, Feb. 17 through March 5.
Barrington Stage Company's Artistic Director Alan Paul sees Barrington Stage Company as an incubator for new work, especially musicals (“give quirky young musical writers a chance,” he’s been advised by Broadway composer-lyricist William Finn, who supervises BSC’s Musical Theatre Lab); for revisiting older musicals and making them fresh, in subtle and nuanced ways, for contemporary audiences.
Richard Slutzky, who has two decades of experience with major financial institutions managing foundations and philanthropic practices, has joined Barrington Stage Company’s board of trustees.
“All of Me,” at Barrington Stage Company through Oct. 9, is an earnest, heartfelt romcom.
"All of Me" is a romantic comedy featuring two actors with disabilities. Before the play's world premiere, members of the cast spoke with The Eagle about why the play is so important to them.
Mr. Finn's Cabaret reopens for two weekends of performances beginning Sept. 30.
Berkshire County’s performing arts seem to be suffering from long COVID. Despite attempts to adapt to the post-pandemic era – reduced budgets, discounts, or streaming performances – internal data from the county’s biggest performing arts venues show a 30-percent decline, on average, in ticket sales and attendance from 2019.