Wrapping your head around the 2016 election has not been easy. Two veteran journalists – Alec MacGillis and Kevin Moran – respond on behalf of all us truth-seekers. At the Berkshire Museum Dec. 9.
“Juarez” is driven by a concept it calls “whole theater,” a concept described by Theater Mitu as “rigorously visual, aural, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual all in the same moment.” In an age of distortions and lies, hear real people speak the truth. December 3 at Mass MoCA.
BSO Music Director Andris Nelsons—expanding his commitment to Tanglewood—leads ten programs over four weeks, opening with Mahler’s 2nd on July 7 and closing the summer with Beethoven’s 9th, August 27—plus a full-length concert performance of Wagner’s Das Rheingold on July 15. Our preview and weekly highlights.
As the days grow shorter and the snow begins to fly, gardeners take to their seed catalogs and dream of Spring. Audiences immerse themselves in traditional Nutcrackers, English style pantos, Messiah sings and the ever-reliable Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. But what really gets us through the next six months are the announcements of the…
The Berkshire theatre community gathers together this weekend to share a glass of bubbly and celebrate the winners of the Berkshire Theatre Awards. Special guests include Elizabeth Aspenlieder and Debra Jo Rupp.
From Sydney, Australia, Sebastian Smee has been the Boston Globe’s art critic since 2008. He won the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism in 2011 and will examine the complex relationships between artists he describes in his new book.
The role of women in Susan B. Anthony’s time was strictly controlled with no pant suits or politics allowed. Back then there were more women who called themselves Anti-suffragists than women who were Suffragists.