Four companies and dates have been announced for Jacob’s Pillow in 2015, as well as expansion plans. A full schedule will be revealed in another month, and tickets go on sale in January.
Miller and Tyson who have created new works at Barrington Stage may not be as well known as Kander and Ebb, but this award puts them in the well deserved spotlight.
Just for starters, Amazon will offer six new pilots in the coming months, and Netflix a dozen, as streaming video on demand (SVOD) continues to steal viewers away from Broadcast, Cable and Satellite. And no commercials!
Starting this Summer, Phase three of MASS MoCA develipment begins in earnest, and its impact will be far reaching for both the arts world, and for North Adams.
James Turrell creates works that do more than just dazzle, they can change your perceptions of the world as you experience them.
Keep your eye out for the monumental 2-piece marble sculpture by Louise Bourgeois that will be part of MASS MoCA’s Phase III expansion.
Robert Rauschenberg’s had a career-long engagement with the performing arts, and had a deeply held belief that art can make a real and positive difference in the world.
Instruments, practice and performance rooms and a commitment to the performing arts are part of the tribute to Gunnar Schonbeck planned as part of MASS MoCA’s Phase III development.
A premiere multimedia artist, Anderson’s blending of the worlds of avant garde art and popular culture is unique in the world today. She will be working in North Adams even more often now.
For MASS MoCA, Holzer will develop a campus-wide series of works such as carved stone benches and electronic signage, and new vehicles such as smartphones and augmented reality software.
A magnificent cast – brought together by Arts Emerson – spins this riveting intergenerational family tale.
Wait until you meet the characters – Baba Ganoush, Baba O’Rhum and The Wazir – all part of “Ali Baba and the Four Tea Thieves,” the latest in a line of crazy Engllsh music hall shows from the PantoLoons.
All is well in Topsy-Turveydom, says Gail Burns in her review of this Gilbert & Sullivan operetta.