Joe Iconis is all about music. And theatre. When the two meet there’s both magic and mayhem to keep you entertained.
Recently Yo Yo Ma put down his cello to speak to young people at the Kennedy Center, and whether you watch the video, or read the text, it is inspiring.
Chaester Theatre Company has come up with four very unusual, very promising new plays for us.
Surprise! This year’s Jacob’s Pillow Award goes to an expert tap dancer and choreographer. You can see why this summer when she performs July 24-28.
Once again the short sighted legislators opt to cut the state’s meager cultural budget, but the savings will be offset by a drop in state tax revenues, and nothing is gained.
A Christopher Durang comedy double-header will be preformed from the Catskills to the Berkshires in the coming months.
Fresh and local help the art of cooking and that’s why there’s applause as Pittsfield announces its new downtown Farmers Market.
The popular children’s story comes to life on the Mill City Stage in North Adams.
Daring, funny and different, the last few details of the Williamstown Theatre Festival 2013 season have been announced.
Earth Day is both a celebration and a report card. RPI invites the community to their campus to see how our planet is doing.
Under the umbrella of Mass Live Arts, three more cutting-edge theatre groups will make the Berkshires their summer home in 2013.
Jacob’s Pillow surveys Brazil, Israel, France, India, Germany and USA 350 free and ticketed performances, talks and classes offered — Dance once again moves its locus from the urban settings of the big cities of the world to the tiny woodsy hamlet of Becket, MA. There, a fresh air outdoor stage and natural setting amplifies…