The U Albany College of Arts and Sciences offers the Palissimo Company “in the raw” on Friday, February 3 performing “Bastard,” a work inspired by Jerzy Kosiński’s wartime novel “The Painted Bird.”
Jacob’s Pillow and MassMoCA present choreographer/dancer Richard Move’s XXYY (working title), an interdisciplinary performance on January 20 exploring gender identity – in collaboration with visual artist Paolo Canevari and theater artist Alba Clemente.
Petronio was the first man to perform the works of Trisha Brown, and he now borrows for his own troupe the 1979 Brown piece, “Glacial Decoy,” from the year he joined her ensemble; it has compelling scenic and costume designs by Robert Rauschenberg.
2016 was a very good year for TED talks (and performances). Here are some of our favorites, including a couple that take a look back.
The dance world turns its attentions to the Berkshires as the 85th Season of Jacob’s Pillow offers world premieres, commissions, site-specific work, international artists, live music, and Pillow-exclusive engagements both inside and out.
The countdown to Christmas begins, and performances are popping up all over the place.
Performers Wilco, Mavis Staples, Bill T. Jones and many others are on the Mass MoCA docket, as are artists Steffani Jemison, Tanja Hollander, and Elizabeth King. 2017 looks to be a blowout year for the North Adams museum as it continues to grow in size and impact.