From Boston to the Berkshires, Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops will celebrate 20 years together with fireworks, circus acts, Broadway stars and the classics.
An unusual play about how we fall in love with stuff that’s not human, virtual passion, distraction, cyberbullying, digital porn, self-branding vs. identity, suicide and rebooting your life, all interlaced with video projections and stills, choreography and original music.
Made in the Berkshires is a unique, intensive, artistic Fall event that enables the best of the Berkshire’s performing and creative artists to showcase their work in a professional setting.
Past winners include Yo-Yo Ma, Olympia Dukakis, and David McCullough; world-renowned institutions like Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival and the Peabody Essex Museum; and communities like Pittsfield, Barnstable, and Lowell that have made arts and culture central to their revitalization efforts.
There’s only one way to describe the plays chosen for 2015-16 by Robert Falls at Chicago’s Goodman Theatre: big, bold and brilliant.
East of Eden is on the list, adapted by ensemble member Frank Galation, as is Annie Baker’s The Flick and Between Riverside and Crazy
by Stephen Adly Guirgis.
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