Fresh new artists, legendary jazz families and music from the many branches of jazz highlight a week’s celebration in the Berkshires.
The Home of the Most Happy Musicals delights with its 2014 calendar of shows.
Lots going on at the Williams College ’62 Center, but the best bet is Oct. 24 arrival of The Tiger Lilies who are off in a new direction with The Rime of the Ancient Mariner project.
The Mahaiwe’s programming is always a pleasant surprise, and Bela Fleck is typical of the fresh, yet classic artists they host.
On october 23, Grammy winner Lyle Lovett teams up with singer-songwriter John Hyatt for a memorable evening of great music.
In the course of this two hour play you will meet just about every human prejudice that exists in America today.
New York CIty becomes a one opera company town.
The new season of Met telecasts begins with Tchcaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin”.
Playing now to November 10 is “Accomplice” at ShakesCo. Gail Burns reviews this head-scratcher, saying:”If you love a good whodunnit, you will adore this show”
Pittsfield is the hub for a variety of events as the Berkshire’s LGBT community makes National Coming Out Day a weeklong celebration. Here’s the schedule.
There’s no better place to hear great music from groups like Plume Giant (on left) than at Mass MoCA’s Club B-10.
Dorfman creates a performance to remember using five dancers, a band of musicians playing indie, punk, and folk-rock music, a junk sculpture and stunning projections to create a kinetic anthem about humanity.