Monthly Archives: October 2012
The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center 2012 Gala
An Evening with Patti LuPone and Mandy Patinkin
in honor of John Hoyt Stookey , Sunday, October 14 at 7pm Continue reading
One of the greatest books of the 20th century comes to life on stage this fall.
Lord of the Flies is a must-see adventure story that begins with a group of English schoolboys stranded on an island and ends with a group of savages playing life and death games. Mesmerizing and brilliant, don’t miss this one!
By William Golding
Adapted by Nigel Williams
Directed by Giovanna Sardelli
Click here to download information about school student matinees at Lord of the Flies.
Click here to download the Lord of the Flies Study Guide.
Named one of the 100 best English-language novels of the 20th century by TIME magazine and ranked #25 out of 100 on the Modern Library 100 Best Novels list.
Join the cast for a post-show discussion following the Thursday, October 11 performance.
On a perfectly lovely evening in 1935, Richard Hannay (a perfectly normal Englishman) goes out for a perfectly innocent night at the theatre. During the performance, he meets a mysterious woman with a frantic tale of an impending assassination and top secret plots against the government. Hannay is suddenly drawn into an epic, romantic espionage thriller, during which he’s chased by Nazis, framed for murder, and pursed by the police. In true noir fashion, he finds love (a few times) and loses love (a few times), all while trying desperately to save the world.
Cast: Elizabeth Aspenlieder, Jason Asprey, David Joseph and Josh Aaron McCabe
September 22–November 4
Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre
adapted by Patrick Barlow
from the novel by John Buchan
and from the movie by Alfred Hitchcock
directed by Jonathan Croy