The Berkshires commemorate the ending of slavery in the United States.
A moving 20 page monologue about life and loss is reviewed by Burns and Murray
Here’s a listing of all the free and discounted ticket programs for Tanglewood 2013. Surely there is a deal here for just about everyone.
Three doddering old heroes plan their final escape from boredom.
James Franco says he wants to talk about the ” first section, the Gosling section; I want to make love to this section.”
Bringing the state’s Cultural Council back up to where it was before the recession has been a priority for cultural advocates like Berkshire on Stage.
The Federal Fugitive Slave Law allowed slave owners to kidnap alleged slaves without due process and was one abuse that led to the Civil War.
In Muckrakers, a Journalist clashes with an Activist, in this thriller about the limits of secrecy and privacy at Barrington Stage.
A compelling new play by Elena Hartwell gets a world class production in nearby Bennington, Vermont.
The critic frets over his lawn, same as everyone…
Almira is the first opera by beloved Baroque composer, George Frideric Handel.
It’s time the Brits got over Bunker Hill, Concord and Lexington, and gave their former colony a little credit.