March is when the Berkshire Festival of Women Writers takes place, but it’s time right now to start exploring your inner muse. Read about three preliminary events in February plus details of the March 1 opener with Dani Shapiro.
The renowned director (formerly of Shakespeare & Company) tackles Yvette “Jamuna” Sirker’s poetic, funny and brutal play born out of Hurricane Katrina, and is a fantasia on the theme of security in America.
Respect for its storied past continues even as Music Mountain continues to innovate new plans for its future.
Few operas have as dramatic an ending as Dialogues of the Carmelites, worth a trip to Boston to hear in a full production by the New England Conservatory Feb 7-10.
Michael Glatze went from starting a gay magazine to being a conservative Christian minister who changed from gay to straight —and now James Franco plays him in a new movie, “I am Michael.’
With an “enhanced reading” of Lauren Gunderson’s wonderful play, WAM takes this hit play to three regional stages Feb. 10-13 in Williamstown, Albany and Pittsfield.
The renowned Prix de Lausanne is an exceptional event that highlights youthful ballet dancers, and for the first time much of it will be streamed around the world.