Once upon a time, burlesque was considered a forbidden fruit offered by the devil himself. Now it’s plain fun and educational for both men and women. At the Whitney Feb. 20-21 as part of Pittsfield’s 10×10 Festival.
The best dancers and the brightest choreographers make our region the place to spend the summer with the New York City Ballet in residence at SPAC and an easy drive from Berkshires.
Francine Sagan talks about elaborate etiquette and enchanting entertainments, all part of the history of both Downton Abbey and Ventfort Hall.
Shantala Shivalingappa brings Kuchipudi to western audiences in master classes at Williams College and in public performance on Feb. 25. A master, she performed recently at Jacob’s Pillow.
Finally we will get to see busboy (Ryan Phillippe), bartender (Breckin Meyer) and coat-check girl (Salma Hayek) in the sordid love triangle that nearly tore them apart, set against the glittery excess of New York’s Studio 54 dance club.
With the brother-sister rock musical “Spun” in the works, Chad Rabinovitz lays out his inaugural season as the new artistic director of the Adirondack Theatre Festival which runs June 23 to August 7 in Glens Falls, NY.
Told through the lives and music of a ragtag crew of South Bronx teens, Baz Luhrmann’s “The Get Down” is the mythic saga of transformation in 1970s New York City. Arriving exclusively to Netflix in 2016.