The musical “A Little Night Music”- at the Colonial in Pittsfield – is more than an evening of theatre, it is a study of action versus inaction, man versus woman, and dignity versus folly.
These actors believe the power of art and hope can transcend political oppression so they risk everything in Belarus, where a dictatorship tries to control even people’s thoughts.
The theatre scene is far more active and innovative these days than it has ever been before, and that’s because young people are creating their own style.
The little known CFF has invested nearly $70 million in the Massachusetts creative sector for projects in 118 cities and towns since 2007.
What’s going through my head as another theatre season approaches.
A hell broth of crazed Christians, white supremacists and corporate moguls are trying to bring down America. Or so my play suggests.
Repression and aggression seem to go together in Russia, as life for artists there declines as Putin continues to push his personal rule.
Matt Wilson reports on the disastrous Mass Cultural Council budget cuts from the Ways and Means Committee. MASS Creative urges immediate action to prevent draconian funding cuts.
The Bible vs. free speech. The Constitution loses again. This time in a South Carolina college.
From hosting the Lenox Farmer’s Market to the annual reading of the Declaration of Independence celebration, there is a lot more going on at the Shakes&Co campus than rehearsals and performances.
The grossly maligned actor has his defenders in the LGBT community…and elsewhere. Lady Bunny offers an analysis of the actor’s real intentions.
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.