A local event in solidarity with the massive Women’s March on Washington is coming together in the Berkshires.
An agreement to lease the Colonial Theatre for 40 years is in the works between ATG, the world’s largest theatre company, and Emerson which aspires to become the global hub for arts, communication, and liberal arts education.
On January 7 the Berkshires will reaffirm America’s commitment to freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom from want, and freedom from fear.
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.
Special activities will focus on the importance of tea to Japanese identity and culture. Visitors can mix a custom tea blend and decorate a teacup to enjoy at home.
Creating and performing an original theatre piece, WAM’s Girl’s Ensemble is an opportunity for girls to widen their worlds. New for 2017, all members will be invited to attend the ISTA Conference in Atlanta, Georgia in March at no cost.
Walker writes: “The arts remain the language through which we share our pain and joy, and the fragile tissue that connects us.”