Chris Colfer’s high school comedy gets a special screening at the Berkshire Museum with national feedback.
What’s better than seeing the Nutcracker? Seeing it with specially priced tickets, and voting for a favorite.
Shawn Thornton narrates “Twas the Night Before Chritmas” with Boston Pops Orchestra 2012 from Larry Murray on Vimeo. Leading one of New England’s most celebrated Christmastime traditions, Keith Lockhart opened the 2012 Holiday pops season tonight, December 5, featuring the Boston Pops Orchestra and Tanglewood Festival Chorus in a host of familiar season favorites ranging…
With just two of a dozen companies announced, it’s looking like another great season for Jacob’s Pillow
The little city may be the home of contemporary art, but its long-time residents are experts at something else: the Christmas Holidays. While there is a lot happening all over the Berkshires during December, we pick Sunday, December 9 as the ideal day to visit North Adams and share in some free and low cost…
Broadway is booming, but it helps to know how to save on tickets
Yes, the Metropolitan Opera at special prices. A welcome Christmas present for Opera lovers.
Saturday;s Masked Ball will attract people from all over the Berkshires to take in Verdi’s grand opera from North Adams to Great Barrington.
The June 23 Opening performance of the Boston Pops at Tanglewood will still happen, but without Steve Martin.
Herewith, an all-in-one review of upcoming performances in the Berkshires, in chronological order, based on news releases we have received as of Thanksgiving week. David Joseph Hansen Leads The Santaland Diaries through Dec. 30 at Shakespeare & Company Shakespeare & Company’s annual production of David Sedaris’ irreverent Christmas memoir, The Santaland Diaries is getting ready…
Johanna Murray as Maid Marion and Cathy Lee-Visscher as Robin Hood is just the beginning of this fun evening of traditional British panto.
Nobody does Christmas better than the Berkshires, just take a look at Lenox and its Caroling Festival.