Sex Mob quartet puts the fun back in jazz on April 4 at Mass MoCA by re-imagining the music for silent films in a lively jazz idiom. Fellini would applaud their creations.
Pinter, Chekhov and Thoreau are on the Unicorn stage as are works by Amber Chand and Suzanne Heathcote. Plus Kingston Trio America and Arlo Guthrie at the Colonial.
…and Patti Smith will do the same for Lou Reed, John Mayer for Stevie Vaughn, plus lots more come this April 18. On HBO in May.
Creating a video for the social media takes time and expertise, but the exposure it gives a performing group to a whole new set of potential ticket buyers is invaluable.
Yes, it’s Bach’s Goldberg Variations, the world’s most celebrated lullaby, written for an insomniac count, arranged for string trio.
We like this program since it is a simple and straight-forward way to learn more about film, no college enrollment hassles, no prerequisites before you are allowed to take a course you are interested in, just total immersion in the subject at hand.
For eight years, Randy Harrison appeared regularly at the Berkshire Theatre Festival. With many memorable roles, it was his Lucky in Waiting for Godot that he is best remembered for. He talks Beckett with editor Larry Murray.