You never know exactly what will be served up by Gypsy Lane, and that’s the fun of their shows. Saturday May 11, 2013
Mozart, Beethoven and Ravel are on the program, with two prize-winning soloists to perform their works.
WAM has announced its plans for the balance of the year.
More than a dozen major festivals and summer theatres welcome visitors to the Berkshires, making the nightlife as rich and rewarding as the area’s natural beauty and activities celebrate the days that pass the old fashioned way, luxuriously.
Becoming only the third Massachusetts theatre company to receive a Tony award, the Huntington Theatre will be honored on the June 9 telecast.
The Jewish Jester is rife with double entendres and comedic misunderstandings.
“Moment of Impact” JULY 24-JULY 28 is just one of a dozen fascinating things to do and see at the Berkshire Fringe Festival.
One of the documentary films is “Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me.” She is a Berkshire favorite.
In a real nostalgic treat, there will gobs and gals all over Boston and the Berkshires in the coming months.
For the Contemporary Music Festival, Pierre-Laurent Aimard will not only teach and conduct, but also be heard as a pianist, performing works by Elliott Carter.
Actors both familiar and new light up the Williamstown Theatre Festival stages this summer.
Is “The Jungle Book” going to be the next “Lion King”? Could be, time will tell. Meanwhile, there is excitement building over this musical’s prospects for Broadway.