After six months on the job at Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, Rick Dildine has decided to return to the Shakespeare Festival St. Louis. The board names interim leaders.
Big changes will soon change broadcast TV as we have known it, perhaps even end the end the stranglehold that cable and satellite operators have had on what we watch as “over the top” streaming gains a foothold with viewers.
An intense schedule of events – both practical and social – surrounds the BFWW. The Festival makes living in the Berkshires in March worthwhile. If you haven’t taken part yet, here’s the tempting menu for the rest of the month.
There’s a world of informative film out there that your commercial-laden cable or satellite service ignores. This is another in our series of why you should cut the cord, and stop wasting your life watching commercial television.
Curated by WAM Theatre’s Artistic Associate Molly Clancy, the popular Fresh Takes series provides a platform for ground-breaking works by women using Berkshire actors and directors.
Since the beginning of their collaboration in the Spring of 2014, Ramsay & Talora have been performing throughout the Berkshires, captivating audiences with concerts titled “Our Time”, “An Evening of Song”, “Metaphor” and most recently “Affairs of the Heart” at Ventfort Hall.
With performances from March 21-29 at the Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, the play is as topical as ever.
WILCO will host another amazing lineup of great music at the Solid Sound Festival in North Adams, MA at Mass. Museum of Contemporary Art.