A great story set in the demimonde of the hyper-rich Hamptons, Theresa Rebeck’s newest play follows the story of a good-hearted heiress who becomes the prey of an amoral party boy. The author (l) helms the production with Kristine Nielsen (r) at the Dorset Theatre Festival.
Festive music, an ala carte barbecue, a ribbon cutting, topped off with a reading of the Declaration of Independence are all on tap at Shakespeare & Company on July 4, Independence Day.
One week from tonight, Dolly Parton lights up the Tanglewood season to a sold out crowd of music lovers.
Music Director Andres Nelsons takes in the natural surroundings which make a visit to the Tanglewood Music Festival in the Berkshires of Massachusetts so memorable.
There’s nothing that compares to a night of music under the stars at Tanglewood. Here are 14 excellent reasons to head to the Berkshires this summer.
The First Event of Season Celebrates Creative Youth with Street Performers, Dancers, Musicians and artists plus new Pittsfield Paintbox Project. Our first choice: check out the Picky Bastards, a collective gathering of rotating local folk, rock and Americana musicians.
The classic, puzzling yet delightfully brain-teasing Endgame has lost none of its peculiarity in the 50+ years since Samuel Beckett first presented it to American audiences. It’s a play which actors, directors and designers can make anew every time, and they will leave an indelible imprint on those who see it.