Vincent is an intimate and touching drama about Vincent van Gogh.
Director Joe Wright outshines Tolstoy and many fine actors in this glossy tribute to his own self-indulgence.
Of all the grand operas, none is grander than the Metropolitan Opera’s Aida, the next Live in HD at four Berkshire venues.
Gail and Larry offer some commentary on the recently announced 2013 Barrington Stage Schedule.
As the embargo ends on early reviews, here is our not so upbeat take on “Les Miserables,” the motion picture that opens most everywhere Christmas Day.
The Allegrettos from MCLA won the top prize in the Lenox Caroling Festival 2013.
Bach’s marvelous Brandenburgs with Joseph Silverstein and Eugene Drucker will mark the beginning of 2013.
Forty years in the life of Jerry’s Deli makes for a delightful tale of a marriage, families and neighbors, simply told.
There will be a “bright golden haze on the meadow” this July when Oklahoma opens on the Colonial’s big stage.
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…