Edo de Waart (in photo) will lead this Friday’s all-Mozart, , Carlo Montanaro the Saturday Verdi Requiem and Ludovic Morlot the Sunday Dvorak/Prokofiev conducting duties.
The new production’s journey to Broadway begins in Willilamstown August 1-18 and arrives in New York January 13.
Here’s a play that “mixes terror and comedy, convention and surprise,” says its director, Ethan Heard.
Gail Burns finds the “The Chosen” is both beautiful and great theatre. Read her insightful review.
A nasty clash with a door has rendered conductor Andris Nelsons unable to lead the Verdi Requiem this week.
Burns and Murray don’t always agree which particular Berkshire Fringe shows are winners, but think it is always worth the trip.
The National touring company is as close to the full Broadway original as you can get without traveling to New York..
The Pittsfield City Hoopla Festival returns this Saturday with dozens of new ideas about an old favorite..
Merging classical music with dramatic storytelling, Shakespeare & Co hosts the Ensemble for the Romantic Century and its tale of Tchaikovsky and Madame von Meck.
. One of the smartest – and swiftest – productions of Pygmalion in recent times, from director Nicholas Martin
In Shakespeare’s time this story was a political hot potato. Gail Burns reviews.
The infamous Red Sox Curse is brought to life through the fortunes of three orphaned souls in this touching musical.