The weekend of May 16-19 Amanda McBroom kicks off the season at Mr. Finn’s Cabaret in Pittsfield, there’s Beethoven and up in Bennington, the Oldcastle Theatre offers neighbors behaving badly during their children’s ‘Play Date’.
As Spring chases away the remnants of winter, the sounds of summer begin to be heard in the increasing pace of Berkshire music and theatrical activity.
The acclaimed new production by director Dmitri Tcherniakov in his Met debut stars Ildar Abdrazakov as the heroic title character.
The best of the big Berkshire musicals and dramas of course, but also lots of worthy regional productions from Dorset VT to Hudson NY.
Dozens of inexpensive – and sometimes even free – tickets to shows all across the country by special arrangement for our readers.
James Franco says he wants to talk about the ” first section, the Gosling section; I want to make love to this section.”
Making a dance set to the histrionics of an unfaithful preacher is a chilling transposition of the secular and the sleazy.
A classic Handel opera closes out this season’s Live in HD transmissions.
It’s the end of an era, the counter-culture has lost its best voice.
With casting complete, rehearsals begin for ten new short plays to be unveiled in mid February.
We’re taking a break and expect to be back in October. Read More…
Tod Randolph, who plays Dorothy Thompson in Cassandra Speaks, replies to the review of her show by Burns and Cane. Read More…