A dozen boys and young men on a tropical island play “Survivor” without Jeff Probst and commercials….
Sharper, funnier and more polished, Dr. Ruth is even better the second time around.
Video of Randy Harrison plus a report on the workshop version of the new show, “Found” at the Colonial Theatre last night.
The Gilded Age of elegance and excess returns with opera and a show of horse drawn coaches in Lenox.
In the dual role of Conductor and Soloist, Itzhak Perlman led the Beethoven 7th and played Romances 1 and 2.
Even if you can’t make it to East Haddam, CT for this brilliant Carousel, you should watch this extraordinary video excerpt.
A Barrington Stage production, Amanda McBroom, George Ball and Michele Brourman are celebrating Jacques Brel’s great music in the Berkshires this weekend at Spice Dragon.
In 2013, Massachusetts will invest an additional $462,100 to some thirty locally based cultural organizations. It is an investment that is returned to the state many times over by increased tax revenues.
The first Berkshire company to announce its plans for summer 2013, Barrington Stage has ticket buyers lining up for On the Town and Much Ado About Nothing.
The story of how the Broadway musical “Bring it On” came to be, plus a chance to save $50 per ticket in this article and video.
The indelible songs of Jacques Brel get renewed meaning in the artful interpretations of Berkshire favorite Amanda McBroom who returns for her third appearance here. Click photo to hear her sing.
It’s time to say farewell…..