You know the shows from Milk and Honey, Hello Dolly to La Cage aux Folles and the songs “I am What I am” to “Bosom Buddies”. An upbeat evening is promised with some of the region’s finest talent.
Glorious music in a historic natural setting with a sparkling array of guest artists highlights the Philadelphia Orchestra’s three week residence at SPAC under music director Yannick Nézet-Séguin.
Zammuto’s zany sound is bolstered by impeccable musicianship that incorporates keyboard, vocals, and strings – and accompanied by self-styled auteur video shows like the one in our preview of his March 21 show at Mass MoCA.
Here’s a funny and heartwarming comedy outing at the Whitney Center for the Arts with the Town Players of Pittsfield. March 13-22.
For its March 13 US premiere, German composer Enno Poppe has created a complex structure of variations, repetitions, and mictrotonal intonation, built to push its 22 players to their interpretive and technical extremes.
Co-presented on March 8 by the Berkshire Festival of Women Writers and the Berkshire Human Rights Speaker Series. Pamela Yates will be on hand to talk about the issues in the film with a reception to follow.
Our New York correspondent Milo Jordan reviews the hottest off-off Broadway show in New York City, and it’s coming the Club Helsinki in Hudson on April 12.