The Berkshire Museum’s showing of the Royal Opera’s Anna Caterina Antonacci as Carmen is one of the highlights of the Pittsfield week.
Grab a pillow and drift off to a light sleep as “Exit” unfolds, then awake stress-free.
If you’re pretty handy with that Smartphone, you might want to try your hand at making a short film for the 10×10 Upstreet Festival.
Snuggle up to a new painting, listen to great music, have fun. It’s nice and cozy inside Pittsfield’s many arts venues this Friday.
British “panto” is far from silent, or elegant. It is hilarious musical comedy with lots of sardonic topical humor, as well as good old fashioned (if a bit raucous) family fun.
Ronald Reagan, family secrets and book publishing comprise the fascinating ingredients in this play by Jon Robin Baitz at Boston’s Speakeasy Stage.
One of the best films of 2012, Promised Land features three Massachusetts actors.
Fact and fiction blend pst and present in this riveting tale about four years in the life of Beethoven.
Coming to Boston’s Wilbur Theatre, Spank is the Fifty Shades of Grey Parody that teases and delights..
Academy Award winner Alan Menken has penned some great songs for Sister Act coming soon.
FDR becomes a womanizer and a drunk in this artless polemic about the 32nd President.
Opera in the New Year: Les Troyens by Hector Berlioz will get the full Met Live in HD treatment at four Berkshire venues.