Berkshire Theatre Award voters narrowed the winners down to 26 with two ties. Eight awards go to the Barrington Stage production of “Pirates of Penzance.” One final award will be announced on November 13 at a celebratory reunion at Mr. Finn’s Cabaret.
Two documentary films and an artist talk take place on October 27 at the Berkshire Museum further illuminating artist Robert Hite. His solo show of sculpture, paintings, and photography is now on display in a dual exhibition at the Berkshire Museum and Hancock Shaker Village.
Nick Cave views his work as “An elaborate community forum, as much as a work of sculpture,” and as such, the gallery doubles as a stage for singer-songwriters, pop artists, poets, and composers, and performance artist Helga Davis will respond in her own unique way.
Apparitions, phantoms, and a good time are all part of the unique way Hubbard Hall celebrates Halloween in Cambridge, NY.
In our interview with Mike Daisey he admits his fascination with the out-of-control Donald Trump is more than that, in fact it could be called one that verges on obsession. He is not alone.
The region’s theatre critics have joined together to create a Berkshire Theatre Awards program which recognizes the importance of the unique work being performed live on stage in our area. Many of these shows find their way to Broadway in New York City.
At MCLA on October 12, for the first time on the main stage – a student director, Brianna McDermott ’17 – will kick off the season with “The Best of Everything,” a work adapted for the stage by Julie Kramer.
Although about Edison, Ford and President Warren G. Harding, this play could have been written last night with lines from the past week’s newscasts.