Great performances come in all sizes, from cabaret sized shows to fully staged spectacles on big stages. We pick some of the best, and most unusual, of the lot.
At Williams, five ensembles – CoDa, Kusika, The Zambezi Marimba Band, Sankofa and INISH – study and perform on and off campus throughout the academic year.
Films about soul food, French farmers, commercial fishing, and hungry children followed by fascinating discussions.
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.
On Feb. 11 The Supreme Court will once again attempt to define dance, ponder nudity in opera houses vs. strip-clubs, and ask whether naked erotic dancing is artistic expression or immoral conduct.
Just before the coming Nazi conflagration of WWII, Berlin was, for a brief moment, the most exciting, most creative, most sexually fabulous and depraved city in all the world.
With fourteen novels and five films to date, John Irving is a successful writer who has chronicled many familiar aspects of American life and infused them with a reality we can all identify with. He arrives in Williamstown Oct. 30 to open its 15th Annual film festival.
With five ensembles on campus, the Dance Department at Williams College explores a wide range of dance forms, all of which will be on display on October 26, 2013.
Lots going on at the Williams College ’62 Center, but the best bet is Oct. 24 arrival of The Tiger Lilies who are off in a new direction with The Rime of the Ancient Mariner project.
To be able to see and learn from the dancers of the Alvin Ailey troupe is a rare privilege.
A “Fresh Fest” comes to Images with four films, local agriculture experts and fascinating discussions.
The film’s unrest is real: For a week, I lived in the middle of Kashmir, on a houseboat, with gunfire at night. LM