Having avoided a divorce with its unions, “The Marriage of Figaro” will open the Met Opera season as scheduled on September 22
Specializing in expertly interpreted and theatrically interesting staged readings, Aglet will offer theatre in the Berkshires less busy spring and fall.
Founded 20 years ago, OLLI is designed for those over 50, and just keeps rolling along.
It is welcome good news that the state’s Phase Three commitment for Mass MoCA has been put in place, and now the search for matching funds begins.
Closing out the Williamstown 2014 season from August 6-17 is this incredibly imaginative theatre company who elevates traditional storytelling to high art.
Enjoy free outdoor theatre productions throughout the Berkshires, Southern Vermont, and the New York State Capital Region. Some are family oriented, but the majority are full-length productions better suited to a teen to adult audience than to tiny tots.
A celebration of the little known fund which has invested nearly $70 million in the Massachusetts creative sector for projects in 118 cities and towns since 2007.
From July 9-13 “Moses” is on stage, an athletic, delicate, anthropological work that draws on everything from capoeira to voguing to postmodern dance.
Stories in the Jewish and Arab traditions that may not change the course of history, but are still rich with delicious humor, uncanny insights, and sharp barbs, ready to jab you into painful laughter as they hit home.
Richard Chamberlain, long a fixture at the Berkshire Theatre Festival, returns to the Berkshires for a benefit and a new musical reading.
Coming up July 4 weekend, and almost sold out. Read more about her return to the Berks.
A beautiful shire was created from the descriptions in the Lord of the Rings book.