Widely recognized for her poetry and scholarship, Danielle Legros Georges is the Poet Laureate of Boston. Her work captures both the beautiful and the gritty moments in our lives. She visits MCLA in North Adams for two readings of her works.
Kelli O’Hara will sing from the Great American Songbook while Alan Cumming “Sings Sappy Songs”. “VIva Momix” is a treat for all ages, and Paul Taylor Dance celebrates Walt Whitman with “Beloved Renegade.” Read about Fab Faux, Bolshoi Ballet, Met Opera and David Sedaris who are also scheduled, plus much more.
New exhibition serves as kick off to city-wide In Motion: Pittsfield initiative featuring five writers-in-residence in the summer of 2016
The power of memes and propaganda can be seen in this detail of Die Partei, Arno Breker’s statue representing the spirit of the Nazi Party that flanked one side of the carriage entrance to Albert Speer’s new Reich Chancellery.
Colleague Charles Giuliano, ever the scholar, theatre critic and publisher, contemplates the “Shards of a Life” as his new book gets released at the home of Edith Wharton.
Packer shows that Shakespeare’s imagination, mirrored and revealed in his female characters, develops and deepens until finally, when women and men are equal in status and sexual passion, they can—and do—change the world.
An intimate evening of poetry and music becomes hypnotic as our clips of the amazing Carl Hancock Rux amply demonstrate.