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.
The story behind the collaboration that brings three major and monumental works of Anselm Kiefer to North Adams is almost as interesting as the art itself.
24 Berkshire Cultural Councils encourage more arts and culture in our communities,
A newly imagined tale of Sherlock Holmes by actor, playwright and one of the founders of Oldcastle, Paul Falzone.
Forgiving a gunman for the murder of five girls is not a simple undertaking, even for the Amish.
Begun in 2011, Made in the Berkshires returns again with a full program of music, theatre,literature and dance. Seen here: the Wanda Houston Band..