In 2013 WAM Theatre combined artistic excellence with support of community based projects..
House of Cards is returning for a second season, and several new top quality series are making their debut via streaming. The times they are a’changing.
From 5pm to 8pm the galleries and showplaces are all open, as the City of Pittsfield lights its tree and kicks off its seasonal celebration.
Until Mandy Greenfield comes on board in September 2014, Producer Stephen Kaus will oversee the upcoming season.
Today, most viewers have numerous options other than pay-TV. Their customers can now watch TV on wireless laptops, tablets and smartphones, and use other devices like the Roku set=top box and Smart TV’s.
Where gorgeous old towns feature holiday strolls, and local stages come alive with holiday favorites.
The authoritative day by day listing of every concert, every artist to appear at Tanglewood in 2014.
8 Full weeks of the Boston Symphony supplemented before and after the classical season with popular artists such as James Taylorwho returns for two performances on the July 4 weekend.
BTG enables students to enjoy, learn, and create theatre in a fun, educational environment while experiencing the magic of the performing arts first hand.
Two new faces at Barrington Stage: Corinne Miller is Director of Education and Kim Stauffer to be Director of BSC’s Playwright Mentoring Project.
A theme inspired by the Museum’s 110th anniversary, with trees decorated in the retro style of 1903, the creative energy of 2013, and the futuristic potential of 2113.
Merging a great show with a worthy project and having a good time in the process, what more can you ask for?
Bill Finn’s new musical has been declared “Neither gravely disappointing nor entirely rewarding.” As Little Miss Sunshine’s mom says, “Disappointment is what life brings.”
Weekend workers and others have been seeking Friday matinee tickets for this hit show.
Pittsfield’s Megan Whilden applauds Gov. Patrick’s initiative as “far reaching and visionary.”
L’Ensemble is no ordinary chamber ensemble, taking up residence at the new Oldcastle Theatre at 331 Main Street, Bennington VT , for three concerts beginning November 23rd.
Smart devices are outwitting the greedy and unresponsive cable companies.
The era of the video store has ended. Someone put a stake in Blockbuster’s heart so we don’t ever have to deal with them again.
2013 saw 52,000 people attending 300 performances and ticket sales over a million dollars.
On December 7 you can see what the Sundance Theatre Institute is up to. You may even get a peek of part of Tony winner Michael John LaChiusa’s cycle of musical fantasia about the daughters of presidents living in the White House.
Teens often have great ideas but few resources. This collaborative summit aims to find ways to help make it possible for young artists and their creative gifts to grow and develop.
SPEARS, The story of Jesus Christ told through Britney Spears’ music, plays on Nov. 7th at Foxwoods Theater,
This season, The Met’s “Tosca” (Live in HD November 9) features Patricia Racette though two of the finest sopranos to ever sing the title role can be heard on the radio.
From Nov. 21 to Dec. 8 the first big staged musical by Fiddlehead Theatre Co. will light up the Strand as the resident company moves into the grand old venue.
Isn’t it ironic that Kurt Vonnegut wrote eleven versions of “Make up your Mind” from which playwright has assembled a single play to premiere at Speakeasy Stage and plays throughout the month of November..
With five ensembles on campus, the Dance Department at Williams College explores a wide range of dance forms, all of which will be on display on October 26, 2013.
There’s a lot to see and do at ArtsWalk Nov. 1 in Pittsfield, and we think the theatrical masks and creative materials at Bisque, Beads & Beyond are worth the trip.
The world premiere takes place at our own Berkshire Museum October 25 and features a talk back with the director.
“Sshe will be dearly missed…” Matthew Harris, President of the WTF Board of Trustees.
Smells like team sprit as a World Series Orchestral Showdown is captured on Video for today’s opening game.
A great new series of opera telecasts will begin in the states on October 24, but not (yet) in the Berkshires. Let’s hope someone picks up the ball.
October 26-27 sees the return of a Berkshire treat, Ted Concepcion and Melissa Campbell with a musical fun-raiser at and for the Colonial Theatre. On stage will be 17 performers, with musical direction from David Pickard and a live nine-piece live band including a great horn section.