A quick rundown on your best bets for theatre and other events in the Berkshire-Albany area for March.
Music, theatre, dance and even a little burlesque take place side by side with opera arias, improv comedy and fun for children as Pittsfield shows off it cultural goods in its third 10X10 Upstreet Arts Festival.
Curiosity and innovation are the hallmarks of truly engaged human beings. Time to rethink our education and cultural priorities. Deep thought matters.
The best of the big Berkshire musicals and dramas of course, but also lots of worthy regional productions from Dorset VT to Hudson NY.
Part of promotional history.
The authoritative day by day listing of every concert, every artist to appear at Tanglewood in 2014.
Dozens of young actors, armed with creative freedom, passionate text, flashing broadswords and jubilant dances take the stage this weekend (Nov. 21-24 at Shakespeare & Company.
Weekend workers and others have been seeking Friday matinee tickets for this hit show.
“This is a play that will certainly empower and enrich the women and girls – and men and boys – lucky enough to see it,” – Gail Burns
An exceptionally absorbing film about a group home for at-risk teenagers that reminds us what great movies used to be like.
Just before the coming Nazi conflagration of WWII, Berlin was, for a brief moment, the most exciting, most creative, most sexually fabulous and depraved city in all the world.
Perhaps the most up-close-and-personal film festival in America, the Williamstown Film Festival celebrates its 15th year.
Smells like team sprit as a World Series Orchestral Showdown is captured on Video for today’s opening game.
the fine line between mutual exploitation and genuine love is David Goldstein’s play about a thoughtful gay man and a puppy-like hustler.
A promising evening with a beautiful, heartbreaking knockout of a play, that is as startling,and innovative as it is human.
LGBT themes and characters, nudity, and illicit drug use. what’s not to love about Tales of the CIty?
“Other People’s Money” is the rare sort of play that will make you laugh, make you think, and maybe even make you cry.
Fresh new artists, legendary jazz families and music from the many branches of jazz highlight a week’s celebration in the Berkshires.
The Home of the Most Happy Musicals delights with its 2014 calendar of shows.
Pittsfield is the hub for a variety of events as the Berkshire’s LGBT community makes National Coming Out Day a weeklong celebration. Here’s the schedule.
There’s no better place to hear great music from groups like Plume Giant (on left) than at Mass MoCA’s Club B-10.
Henson’s first iteration of Kermit the Frog used material from one of his mother’s old coats and a couple of ping pong balls for eyes.
Previewing Clybourne Park we find it fiercely provocative yet wickedly funny. This alternately entertaining and infuriating play is a balancing act between race, real estate, and the volatile values of a confused nation.
Sexy, funny and smart, the Tony-winning play “Venus in Fur” gets its regional premiere at CapRep. Consider our report verbal foreplay.
The Jungle Book is an adventure musical to delight the eyes, ears and heart.
The Met Opera’s Live in HD resumes on Saturday, October 5 with a new Eugene Onegin starring Anna Netrebko, Mariusz Kwiecien, and Piotr Beczala. In all there will be 10 Opera Transmissions. Music Director James Levine returns to lead Falstaff on December 14 and Così fan tutte on April 26.
On October 26-27 Shen Wei Dance Arts synthesizes Eastern and Western aesthetics to craft dances of singular beauty and transcendence.
A diverse array of performances grace the Berkshire Theatre Group’s Fall 2013 programming.
Bluegrass lovers are headed to North Adams to hear up-and-coming bluegrass bands side by side with the great masters on three stages at Mass Moca from September 20-22, 2013.
“In Love and Take Out” is a story that’s told in song by Michele Brourman at Mr. Finn;s intimate Cabaret.
One of the most delightful evenings of scares, laughs, and surprises you will ever have, they say.
Two titans of literature clash and burn on the Fourth of July, 1937.