A delightful coming-of-age film that rings true and celebrates the fine art of getting along wile being yourself..
the fine line between mutual exploitation and genuine love is David Goldstein’s play about a thoughtful gay man and a puppy-like hustler.
A great new series of opera telecasts will begin in the states on October 24, but not (yet) in the Berkshires. Let’s hope someone picks up the ball.
Turtle Hill, Brooklyn is a colorful if subtle film about life, family and friends when you are gay and in love, but not quite ready to make the big commitment, even if you are now 30.
Vidal was a prophet of sorts, as roundly hated as admired. This hugely entertaining film offers an indelible portrait of a brilliant and delightfully outrageous public figure.
Even if you don’t plan to buy a ticket, you will surely enjoy this preview with its videos and synopsis before the Met’s telecast on October 26. This strange opera is about a peripatetic nose and a hapless Russian police inspector, The nose is finally arrested, beaten, but can not be reattached.
October 26-27 sees the return of a Berkshire treat, Ted Concepcion and Melissa Campbell with a musical fun-raiser at and for the Colonial Theatre. On stage will be 17 performers, with musical direction from David Pickard and a live nine-piece live band including a great horn section.