REVIEW: “Pippin” at the Mac-Haydn Theatre

by Lisa Jarisch Full Disclosure: After almost 2 years without the pleasure and privilege of being able to enjoy live theatre, I was becoming rather desperate for another opening, another show—anything to be taken out of the Stygian gloom of lock-downs, shut-downs, & mask-ups. So desperate was I that I…

Mac-Haydn Theatre Opens 2021 Season with “Pippin”

(July 23, 2021–Chatham, NY) The Mac-Haydn Theatre kicks off its magical 2021 return season with the Stephen Schwartz musical, Pippin, opening July 29. There’s magic to do when a young man learns the true meaning of glory, love, and war in this iconic and unforgettable musical masterpiece. Presented for the first time ever…

Berkshire Theatre Group Announces 2020 Summer Season

Pittsfield, MA – Berkshire Theatre Group (BTG) and Kate Maguire (Artistic Director, CEO) are thrilled to announce Berkshire Theatre’s 2020 Summer Season, with a casting sneak-peek. BTG will be releasing a complete season cast announcement at a later date. Maguire says, “The 2020 summer season marks ten years since the announcement of…

REVIEW: “Working: A Musical” at the Berkshire Theatre Group

by Fred Baumgarten At the risk of stating the extremely obvious: it’s 2019. American goods are manufactured in Mexico, Vietnam, and China. Something called “Democratic Socialists” are making a political stir. The wealth gap continues to grow to obscene proportions. I mention this not to start an argument, but because…

Berkshire Theatre Group Announces 2019 Summer Theatre Season

Pittsfield, MA–Berkshire Theatre Group (BTG) and Kate Maguire (Artistic Director, CEO) are thrilled to announce Berkshire Theatre’s 2019 Summer Season. BTG will be releasing a season cast announcement at a later date. According to Maguire, “Coming in on the heels of last year’s 90th celebration, I found myself looking at…

Not So Common Players Announce 2020 Season

Not So Common Players is thrilled to announce our 2020 season! Nice Work If You Can Get It A hilarious new screwball comedy that pokes fun at the Prohibition era in a clash of elegant socialites and boorish bootleggers, all set to the glorious songs of George and Ira Gershwin…

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