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.
Mass MoCA and North Adams welcomed thousands who ventured to the FreshGrass Festival for a stompin’ good time.
Theatre and symphonic music attendance is up, movie going is down. The Berkshires cultural economy seems to have survived the Great Recession.
Ironically, those attending The Met Opera’s opening night which was “not to be used for political action” found this political message in their programs.
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.
You might call The Black Suits a garage band musical, but there’s a lot more to it than just that. It’s the direction musical theatre is headed in.
This star-cast Romeo and Juliet sets pretty high expectations,. Handsome (Bloom) and pretty (Rashad) meet the critics some of whom praise them, but others seem to resent their good looks.
A treat for lovers of literature, Mary and Edith will bring some of the best known Berkshire legends together, live on stage.
A first rate cast and a touching story make Pullman Porter Blues worth a trip to Chicago where theatre is always fresh and feisty.
Steppenwolf’s productions continue to amaze.
New England’s only Science Fiction Theatre Company offers a stellar love story this fall in Boston.
Sexy, funny and smart, the Tony-winning play “Venus in Fur” gets its regional premiere at CapRep. Consider our report verbal foreplay.