We have video clips and a peek at the Met’s stunning staging of Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg which will be shown Live in HD on December 13 at the Mahaiwe, Beacon and Clark.
With one performance only on December 20 in the Tina Packer Playhouse, Kristin Wold brings her original blend of theatre and dance to life with this fresh take on Thetis, Achilles and Peleus.
James Franco and Chris Dowd are the main attraction, but a panel preceding the film will reveal the behind-the-scenes activity of producing John Steinbeck’s classic “Of Mice and Men” for a new generation.
Playing from December 5-28, It’s a Wonderful Life: The Radio Play is a reprise of last years winning play.
Last summer’s ‘Fool for Love” had critics gasping for superlatives, and is headed to Broadway, the first time a Sam Shepard play has been seen there since 2000.
Other than Wilco, the acts for summer 2015 are not yet announced, but early birds get to save on tickets for the Solid Sound Festival which takes place June 26-28, on the campus of Mass MoCA.
The artists who create the special effects we see in today’s films often work right here in the Berkshires, and this new Berkshire Museum series at Little Cinema let’s us get an up-close look at how it is all done.
Holiday music and a reunion of sorts will take place as Jim Brickman brings his special take on the holidays to The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall.
We welcome Homespun Theatre and a new play by the always remarkable Sarah Ruhl. Would you answer the cell phone of a dead man?
The great tradition of the British holiday panto has thrived in Columbia County since 2000 for good reason. It is about the most fun you can have at the theatre with the whole family – a funny, musical nod to fairy tales familiar and unfamiliar, with a little cross-dressing and a lot of spoofery thrown in.
The Wharton Salon and Pythagoras Theatre Works collaborated to present two delightful one act plays, superbly produced and acted at The Mount.
Here’s our guide to the who, what, when and where of holiday happenings.