The grossly maligned actor has his defenders in the LGBT community…and elsewhere. Lady Bunny offers an analysis of the actor’s real intentions.
While not yet finalized, it appears the museum will launch a major expansion project which will add another 60,000 visitors per year to its galleries and events..
A.R.T.’s “Tempest” will take us to a world of trickery and amazement, where Tom Waits’ Dust Bowl balladry and Teller’s magic animate the spirits and monsters, with choreography by Pilobolus.
The new BSO conductor, Andris Nelsons announced his plans for his first full year as the orchestra’s music director.
“She laughed it off,” a source told the publication. “She thought it was so funny. She was like, ‘What are you going to do?’”
As the Festival enters its second week, the pace of fascinating events does not falter.
Showcased during the residency will be iconic works by George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins as well as contemporary ballets by Peter Martins and Christopher Wheeldon.
“Motherhood Out Loud” is a culturally and gender diverse series of monologues on the subject of motherhood, written by a host of celebrated writers. It will take the Unicorn stage in Stockbridge on March 28 and 29, 2014.
Two of the three productions for the Nikos Stage of Williamstown Theatre Festival have been announced.
One of Berkshire County’s four key economic sectors is the creative sector which embraces far more than just art and artists. It also includes writers, designers, planners and hundreds of entrepreneurial businesses.
An illustrated talk and visual exploration of some of the most intriguing and breathtaking locations in the world
A new play about a sitting Supreme Court Justice, at Arena Stage in DC. “The Originalist” is a launching pad for a political discussion -and pretty daring, I would say..
The evolution of the biggest participatory art project in the world, the wildly popular ‘INSIDE OUT’ including Film clip and links.
Pittsfield is part of the state’s Local Cultural Councils, the largest network of its kind in the nation.
From Stockbridge to Albany, WAM plans events that tell the stories of women and girls. Most interesting is the launch of Fresh Takes, a new series of play readings that will feature area theatre professionals.
Well-written and directed, the actors in DARK move their story along like a well-oiled clock, interspersed with music and song as they explore the unknown after a cataclysmic event.
With old friends and new ideas about to mingle with each other, anticipation fills the air for one of Berkshire’s most unique – and satisfying – events..
No theatre is more beautifully located than the Weston, Vermont playhouse. A tempting season is all the more reason to make them a destination this year.
An interesting blend of classics that are relevant to our times plus two new works are on tap,. The company’s performances feature professionals, theatre apprentices and the community at large.
The kick-off for the winter festival has been deferred for a day, until Friday, but that’s why they built an extra day into this winter celebration in Pittsfield.
Six new Grand Opera productions and four old favorites will be transmitted live from the Met stage to theatres in the Berkshires plus 2,000 more. THe HD telecasts feature the world’s finest singers, conductors, and theatrical artists.
Larry Murray takes a satirical look at the choice of host for the 2014 Tony Show and sees them “butching it up.”
At New York’s Theatre for the New City, a provocative story of tragedies compounded by a deaf government that makes terrorists out of ordinary people.
The 40-year-old actor got to dress like a hussy and got kissed by two lipstick-smacking guys in drag as he picked up his Award and a lot of spoofing from Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Club..
February’s Valentines are less sweet and innocent and more of a tease when you spend it with the Gypsy Layne Cabaret.
Make yourself comfortable in Edith Wharton’s drawing room and listen as the Berkshire’s women writers share their insights on love and Valentine’s Day.
One of the most interesting events in the Berkshires takes place as winter turns to spring as 150 local women writers come together to talk about their craft at 58 separate events that take place during Women’s History Month.
From “Putting it Together” to “The Full Monty,” the Mac plans a crowd-pleasing season with fresh, youthful casts, bare-bones music and truly affordable ticket prices.
Imagine a play about a thief who bumbles, botches, bungles and blunders his burglery instead. Milo Jordan sort of liked him, perhaps because the homeowner was even more clueless. Read on…
Two theatre companies announced their summer seasons today. Here are the highlights of the shows and dates.
A hit at the 2012 Berkshire Fringe Festival, Dark has been re-imagined and streamlined in preparation for a US and UK Tour in 2016. Playing Feb. 21-March 2 at the Mixed Company theatre in Great Barrington.
Anton Chekhov’s final, and most famous work is now in the hands of one of the country’s most insightful theatre directors.