The Berkshire Fringe has some of the most unusual – and rib tickling – offerings of the summer: experimental, scholarly, irreverant theatre that is on the cutting edge.
Arriving with Anres Nelsons is “Lawncast,” a new app – free to the first 500 who download from the BSO.
“The Story of Yu-Huan” tells of an era when extraordinary women, cultured and literate, played dominant roles in public affairs.
Once again the Berkshires nurtures great theatre that eventually finds its way to New York, instead of the other way around.
Highlights include three NE premieres of works by choreographer Faye Driscoll, theater artists Sibyl Kempson and Mike Iveson Jr, plus two media based events from director Phil Soltanoff.
They’re back! With more outrageous humor and social commentary than ever. This year marks their first season in Pittsfield as the move from the fringe to the middle (of the Berkshires).
From artists Dmitry Paranyushkin and Diego Agullo we look at their ” Suspended act of simulated stimulation towards the environment.”
The 10×10 Upstreet Arts Festival brings Pittsfield alive every winter, and now is the time to submit your ideas!
Ferociously undisciplined and rigorously unruly, Bureau de l’APA illustrates in fragments the concept of the “girlization” of the world. This is not Les Miz.
Not all artists work in oils and bronze, some write poems, others create collectible and utilitarian high end crafts.
The story behind the collaboration that brings three major and monumental works of Anselm Kiefer to North Adams is almost as interesting as the art itself.
EMPAC is where inquiring minds from the Berkshires go to discover, deconstruct, and discuss one’s perceptions in search of a deeper context.