Sarah will share with her guests a sumptuous and historically accurate tea, full of stories about the grand manse, its large servant staff, husband George, and brother J. Pierpont (the legendary financier). And if you are wise, you will plan ahead with early reservations.
Organized by Hilary Somers Deely and Barbara Sims. Made in the Berkshires showcases the breadth and depth of artistic talent that brings the Berkshire County cultural scene such acclaim.
Shakespeare & Company’s Fall Festival is a celebration, rather than a competition. Students delve into Shakespeare’s works, unpack the language, and savor the humor, intensity, and transcendent beauty of his timeless plays.
Now in its seventh year, WAM Theatre’s roots have grown remarkably strong in the Berkshire’s welcoming soil.
Sometimes it takes a young actor with a fresh perspective on deaf culture to explain what theatre – and the hearing world – has been missing. Joshua Castille is riding the crest of success as an actor, and is working to bridge the gap between deaf and hearing audiences in new and innovative ways.
WAM Theatre has announced the cast for the last of their 2016 Fresh Takes Play Reading Series, Grand Concourse by Heidi Schreck, directed by Sheila Siragusa. The reading will take place on Sunday, September 11 at 3 pm at No. Six Depot Roastery and Café, 6 Depot Street in West Stockbridge, MA. Called to a life…
Did you know that All My Sons won Miller the first Tony award ever for playwriting? The story chronicles the events of a single summer day in which hard-working, self-made family man Joe Keller is forced to face the consequences of his past actions so that his son can have a better life.