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.
Harrison Lang, in cooperation with The Barn at The Egremont Village Inn, is preparing auditions the first week in January for the Berkshire premiere of the Broadway musical Spring Awakening presented through Creative Berkshire Productions. It will run from June 21-25, 2017.
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.”
The Women’s March take place in Washington on Saturday, January 21, 2017 from 10 am-2 pm. A Berkshire committee is planning a local tie-in which will happen at the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield which will happen at the same time.
The Ghostlight Project event on January 19 happens at Barrington Stage Company in the Berkshires and marks the start of an ongoing commitment by institutions and artists to work for social justice and equity in 2017 and following years.
There will be a Four Freedoms planning meeting on Wednesday, December 28th at 7pm at Barrington Stage Company’s Stage 2, 36 Linden Street in downtown Pittsfield. Everyone is invited to help make this event a powerful statement of unity.