On october 23, Grammy winner Lyle Lovett teams up with singer-songwriter John Hyatt for a memorable evening of great music.
A diverse array of performances grace the Berkshire Theatre Group’s Fall 2013 programming.
With a total cast of 103 actors and 93 of them talented students from 32 different schools in the
Berkshire, Peter Pan will fill the Colonial stage with the magic of a classic children’s story.
The core of a great musical has to be its heart and soul, not Brechtian nonsense.
Eric Hill promises a production of Oklahoma! that is not old fashioned, but lean and contemporary.
Audra McDonald’s appearance caps off her first season as host for Live From Lincoln Center.
America’s favorite Goat Boy will bring his whacky humor to Pittsfield’s Colonial Theatre on June 6. Photo by Gene Duncan/Disney.
The Lift Ev’ry Voice Celebration is families, community, and the art and cultural heritage of the African American community in the Berkshires.
It’s not just Joan Rivers. It’s an invasion.
This is the polka band that got a standing ovation at The Grand Ole Opry. How do you like those pierogies!
These guys are the real thing, the original creators of rock and roll music bring the past back to life on the Colonial Stage March 21.
It’s part SNL, part Chippendales — and all in fun.