Best season yet? With eight shows and a youth production announced, Barrington Stage’s 20th season is full of delightful surprises and a bit of the unknown, too.
While their approach to ballet is based on a loving, scholarly knowledge of dance and the astonishing power and precision of their technique it is also infused with a comic approach that makes this company of men, in drag, both stunning to watch and fun to see.
The year’s best real life documentaries and animated shorts will screen at Images. Many are fine for the whole family (minimum suggested age is six). All these films deserve to be seen in their full glory before the Academy Awards are announced.
Two theatre companies announced their summer seasons today. Here are the highlights of the shows and dates.
Spencer Day and Valentine’s Day go together,but his concert for sweethearts is one day later, February 15.
Music, theatre, dance and even a little burlesque take place side by side with opera arias, improv comedy and fun for children as Pittsfield shows off it cultural goods in its third 10X10 Upstreet Arts Festival.
A hit at the 2012 Berkshire Fringe Festival, Dark has been re-imagined and streamlined in preparation for a US and UK Tour in 2016. Playing Feb. 21-March 2 at the Mixed Company theatre in Great Barrington.