The 2016 festival features 64 performances highlighting dozens of artists, actors, musicians, playwrights and performers.
Live animals, live music, live theatre, and so much more at the Berkshire Museum which has come up with a full roster of activities and programs to coincide with both Pittsfield’s 10×10 Upstreet Arts Festival and most schools’ February vacation weeks.
Word Up Family Day at the Clark Art Institute is designed to stretch our thinking about what makes a story and how it can be told in music, words and art.
Taking small groups of 20 on a museum tour via headphones, Big Dance Theatre uses misdirection, alienation, and confession to reposition art we thought we already knew.
For his 10th ballet for NYCB, Justin Peck amazes with a cast of more than 50, new music from composer Bryce Dessner and striking costumes from contemporary artist Marcel Dzama, all to bring Hans Christian Andersen’s dark 1870 fairy tale to the stage.
The first of three special evenings of music, comfort food and great art is planned for January 30.
Live “elevator music” and MCLA’s dysFUNKcrew join Berkshire Dance Theatre in the galleries with pop up concerts everywhere.