Her book has tips from Tanglewood regulars who have picnic preparations down to a science. You’ll find practical tips like bringing a tarp or shower curtain to put under the picnic blanket to keep it from getting wet and whimsical ones–like packing both cocktail and dinner-sized napkins plus wrangling with a picnic candelabra.
The fifth PBS Arts Festival includes artists Andrea Bocelli, Michael Jackson and Gloria Estefan as well as Chita Rivera, Broadway’s Kander & Ebb, Hollywood’s Danny Elfman, plus full-tilt productions of the Moss Hart play Act One, and the musicals Billy Elliot and Showboat.
Both Lucinda Williams and Audra McDonald make their debuts at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington this Columbus Day Weekend.
Telling the story of all us human beings on the planet today is no easy task, and in this three part series of gorgeous documentary film, stretching over four hours. With beautiful aerial photography interspersed between the interviews, and Music by Armand Amar, this film by Yann Arthus-Bertrand will take your breath away.
Gods and goddesses, undying love and endless battles, An Iliad is told through the eyes of a single narrator – Michael F. Toomey – whose gripping monologue captures both the heroism and horror of war.
Review of Yasmina Reza’s outrageously funny Tony winning play in which two perfectly behaved couples meet to discuss a fight their two sons had, when civility slips away and all hell breaks loose.
There is a fine stretch of weather ahead, perfect for an evening out enjoying Pittsfield Shakespeare in the Park and one of the final free performances of “Romeo and Juliet” right downtown.