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Theatre Book Club

Episode 15: Intimate Apparel with Gabrielle Djenné For my fifteenth episode, I’ll be going back to basics and doing a deep-dive into Intimate Apparel by Lynn Nottage. Based on the … Read On

Theatre Book Club

After landing Ben Brantley as a guest, I got greedy, and also asked Jesse Green, co-chief NY Times theater critic, to come on the show. I am so honored that … Read On

Casual Fridays with David Adkins

David Adkins talks to Berkshire Theatre Group actors, directors, designers and other friends of the theater about life – life in the arts, life during Covid19, hopes, dreams, and who … Read On


Fire up your center, find your alignment, work towards a sculpted, balanced and healthy body. Challenging class for lovers of movement, lovers of the burn! Isadora is a mom of … Read On

Theatre Book Club

Theatre Criticism with Ben Brantley For our (lucky) thirteenth episode, I am so honored to welcome Ben Brantley, co-chief theatre critic for The New York Times, to Theatre Book Club. … Read On

Casual Fridays with David Adkins

RE-STREAM: BTU Virtual Town Hall with Sherrilyn Ifill, Audra McDonald, Wendell Pierce and LaChanze. In lieu of Casual Fridays with David Adkins, we will be re-streaming the Black Theatre United … Read On

Theatre Book Club

Episode 12: Sondheim Reinvention with Eamon Foley For my twelfth episode of Theatre Book Club, we’ll be doing a deep-dive into the musicals of one of my favorite composer/lyricists of … Read On

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"Out of need will come the way. Once the pandemic ebbs, whenever that is, there will be an incredible need to gather again." The theatre has existed from the time of the Greeks. We will go on.
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