Catching Up

Posted in Uncategorized on April 14th, 2010 by kellinewby

Three years ago when we did a SWOT analysis of the stage (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats), we wrote “real life” under threats–outside problems we could do little to control.  We’re an all volunteer company, so when real life shows up, we have to work around it.  But we do, and after a hiatus, I hope to have this blog up and running again.

The weather has made its turn toward spring.  The Short Play Festival has come and gone.   Barrington Stage’s North Adams PMP  groups had their shows and the Mayor attended. The young company (as in the really young company, aka, the children of the  Main Street Stage) is growing and expects another addition in July after its most recent addition in late February.  We’ve gotten two new board members and have started a new round of strategic planning.  It looks like we’re going to be in North Adams at least through the year, though we are still planning to collaborate with Topia.

We are currently working on Baltimore Waltz by Paula Vogel.  And the Redroom team, after a long, restorative break, is finding themselves thinking of skits once again.  The pregnancy and motherhood themed Redroom should be making its way to stage in the next couple of months.

If anyone has something they’d like to see written about here, leave a comment.