Burns and Murray review New Stage’s production of “The Jewish Jester” at the Unicorn Theatre in Stockbridge.
J.S. Bach wrote for every imaginable combination of instruments, and you can hear his work for organ and cello in Bennington at the First Old Church.
Julia Chalfin and Paul Houghtaling present concerts ranging from Bach t Rock in these unusual programs.
America’s favorite Goat Boy will bring his whacky humor to Pittsfield’s Colonial Theatre on June 6. Photo by Gene Duncan/Disney.
The Nuns arrive and the Cohoes Music Hall is turned into a Las Vegas showroom. What in heaven’s name is going on? Nunsense, 3.0!
Director Daniel Gidron returns with the fabulous Annette Miller to give the Berkshires “Master Class” about the legendary Maria Callas, written by Terrence McNally.
Far From Heaven has made the trasition from the Williamstown Theatre Festival to Playwrights Horizons in New York City.
The compact yet open to the skies Courtyard C hosts another unique event at Mass MoCA.
Can you fake your way to the top in music? Maybe. Theatre? Maybe not. But that doesn’t stop people from trying to buy their way to fame.
Cabaret can be many things, but at Mr. Finn’s it’s the most personal of music, about life, and delivered in a warm, intimate setting.
Differences over immigration and multiculturalism are in the news daily, and this play examines the human side of this debate.
Once again the stars come out for the Berkshire Playwrights Lab Gala in 2013, as the organization plans an extended run of a new play.