An intricate and timely story about people, distance, and a search for home.
This year Edith Wharton’s historic home, The Mount, is a beehive of activity for readers, theatre-goers and historians.
The excitement of live theatre is a highlight of summers in Glens Falls, NY.
Jayne Atkinson roars onstage as Eleanor of Aquitaine in The Lion in Winter.
Tanglewood is as much a center for learning as it is for hearing music.
For the annual visit of the Paul Taylor Dance Company in the Berkshires, four programs of dance will be given at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center.
Solid Sound is selling out (in a good way). Don’t procrastinate if you want “in” on this festival. RIck Levinson photo.
All about why you should plan to see “On the Town” at Barrington Stage. It is the real, authentic musical with the full Leonard Bernstein score, most of which was left out of the film version.
George Denison, the son of the owners of Ventfort Hall caused a scandal back in 1904 when he married a geisha. She tells this well-researched story from her viewpoint.
Keeping all the theatre openings straight is complicated. Life just got simpler.
“When we play, people can feel the timelessness. They can feel that they’re rooted in something,” says fiddler and bandleader Ketch Secor.
“You know, maybe these songs aren’t dead or lost in some locker,” Keith Richards says.