Food, a full bar, and even a chance to learn some new dance moves with Jacob’s Pillow are all on tap August 30 along with some incredible and original music that will draw the dancer in you to shake that bootie.
On August 29 and 30, a special Labor Day salute to the music of William Finn whose work with Barrington Stage Company has been ongoing for many years.
Back with brand new stories, brand new songs and brand new gowns, the fabulous, flamboyant and forever fascinating Charles Busch is not to be missed.
With the return of some of its most popular performers, the Tanglewood season ends with some very classy acts.
Roomful of Teeth blurs the line between classical and pop, world and American roots music, a true adventure for music lovers.
Jonny Lang in one sentence: He brings textured arrangements, broad worldview, gorgeous vocal melodies, and expressive guitar playing to the stage.
Great performances come in all sizes, from cabaret sized shows to fully staged spectacles on big stages. We pick some of the best, and most unusual, of the lot.
On Sunday,August 3 classical music returns to an otherwise arid Northern Berkshires as C.E.W.M. offers a concert of delightful Baroque music at the Clark Art Institute.
Tommy Tune brings his considerable talent to Barrington Stage Company on July 28 with “Taps, Tunes and Tall Tales.”
50 musicians and composers offer a feast of groundbreaking music beginning July 26 and culminating with the mind bending six hour musical marathon August 2.
Surf’s up even in the landlocked Berkshires when the legendary Beach Boys bring California spirit to Tanglewood.
Combining music with drama, this evening of theatre explores the young Beethoven when he was in love, and just beginning to lose his hearing.