REVIEW: “My Fair Lady” at Proctors

by Jeannie Marlin Woods MY FAIR LADY has opened at Proctors and it is a sparkling, joyous, and beautiful show of a classic that has not lost its appeal. First produced on Broadway in 1956 with the iconic Julie Andrews and Rex Harrison starring as Eliza Doolittle and Henry Higgins,…

Date Change for Chita Rivera at The Colonial Theatre

Pittsfield, MA – The Berkshire Theatre Group‘s presentation of Chita: The Rhythm of My Life, originally scheduled for May 29th, has been postponed as Chita Rivera has tested positive for Covid-19. The new date is Sunday, July 31st at 2pm. All tickets/seats already purchased will automatically transfer to the new date.…

REVIEW: “Zoey’s Perfect Wedding” at TheaterWorks Hartford

by Jeannie Marlin Woods “Perfect” is the exact word to describe the charming and hilarious production of ZOEY’S PERFECT WEDDING, which opened this week at TheaterWorks Hartford. From the moment you enter the theater, you are caught up in the excitement in celebration of a friend’s wedding. Playwright Matthew López…

REVIEW: “The Approach” at Shakespeare & Company

by Roseann Cane “Mark O’Rowe’s play, The Approach, is a riddle….The story is told by what is not being said.” –from the Directors’ Notes by Mark Farrell and Tina Packer Onstage, at a cafe table, before an aptly expressionist backdrop depicting a bustling, shadowy Dublin street, we witness a series…

The Theater Barn Announces their 38th Summer and Fall Seasons

New Lebanon, NY (MAY 10, 2022) — The Theater Barn is pleased to announce that their 38th season will open with the great American playwright and author, David Mamet. Boston Marriage is not a usual Mamet play with powerful ruthless male characters like in his 1992 film, Glengarry Glen Ross, or his play, American Buffalo, that…

REVIEW: “9 to 5” at The Majestic Theater

by Jeannie Marlin Woods Undoubtedly you know the song, “9 to 5,” which hit the top of the charts and went platinum, winning two Grammys, including one for Best Country Song of 1980. Perhaps you also know that the movie where the song originated is on the American Film Institute’s…

TheaterWorks Hartford Presents the World Premiere of SECONDO

The Sequel to I LOVED, I LOST, I MADE SPAGHETTI TheaterWorks Hartford is thrilled to present the World Premiere of SECONDO the sequel to our beloved hit show, I LOVED, I LOST, I MADE SPAGHETTI by Jacques Lamarre based on stories by Giulia Melucci. Directed by Rob Ruggiero, the production runs JULY 29 – AUGUST 28 and marks the 10th anniversary since I…

Curtain Call Theatre Looking to Hire an Electrician and a Web Designe

Curtain Call Theatre (Latham, NY) is seeking  ELECTRICIAN Date Needed: May 27, 2022 Responsibilities include: Hanging of theatrical lighting Hanging cable Compensation: $ 20 per hour Notes: This is an over hire only position only  Contact: Peter Max | (518) 877-7529 | theatre.curtaincall@gmail.com WEB DESIGNER Responsibilities include: General maintenance on the…

Curtain Call Theatre Announces Auditions for “All the Days”

Curtain Call Theatre (Latham, NY) will be holding auditions for “ALL THE DAYS”  By Sharyn Rothstein Directed by Steve Fletcher Auditions: Sunday – June 5th – 7:00 PM Those auditioning will read sides from the script Location: Curtain Call Theatre – 1 Jeanne Jugan Lane, Latham, NY 12110  Rehearsals: Begin April…

Troy Civic Theatre Seeks Creative Team for “The Haunting of Hill House”

Troy Civic Theatre would like to announce the following vacancies on the creative team for an October/November production of The Haunting of Hill House by F. Andrew Leslie, from the novel by Shirley Jackson, and directed by 6-time TANYS award winner Scott G. Truesdell. Set Design/construction Running crew Sound design Lighting…

Voice Theatre Announces Auditions for “ART”

Voice Theatre: is casting ‘ART’  by Yasmina Reza, director, Shauna Kanter. Online auditions will be followed by in-person callbacks in NYC & Kingston, NY. Available Roles: Serge (50-65) An art lover, knows who he is and what he likes, an intelligent, well to do dermatologist. Seeking an actor who is verbally articulate and physically…

LENOX, Mass. – Sheila Bandyopadhyay has joined Shakespeare & Company as its Director of Training, beginning her new position on August 9. A director, movement specialist, performer, and devisor of original theater, Bandyopadhyay has an extensive background in both new work and Shakespeare and has trained and taught with the Company…

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