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.
Nobody offers more variety and emerging performers than Mass MoCA in North Adams. Here’s what’s up this fall.
This is the sort of performance that gives Fringe theatre a bad name.
Engaging, then riveting, this is a sad story of great depth and beauty. Bonus: Q&A with the composer.
A Gail Burns review about a thoughtful exploration of the moments that impact our lives, plus a bit of Ibsen, too.
“Blood Play” is cutting edge theatre with many secrets, and is not about to give them up easily.
These puppets make for a “touching and very theatrical work,” says Gail Burns in her review.
The spellbinding epic tale is retold in a new translation and adaptation, with music.
This band of crazy cows (that’s what “Mucca Pazza” means) will torment North Adams with its whacky blend of music and zany performances.