Although about Edison, Ford and President Warren G. Harding, this play could have been written last night with lines from the past week’s newscasts.
Met Principal Conductor Fabio Luisi leads the October 22 Live performance of Mozart’s Don Giovanni, starring Simon Keenlyside in his first Met performances of the title role, which he has sung to acclaim with numerous leading opera houses around the world.
Berkshire Theatre Group welcomes The Havana Cuba All-Stars: Performing “Cuban Nights” to The Colonial Theatre on Thursday, October 20 at 8pm.
Tonight, an extraordinary documentary that was three years in the making comes to PBS Great Performances. Watch at 9 pm and you will be privvy to some incredible behind-the-scenes and performance footage of this much discussed and award-winning musical.
In Mass MoCA’s massive gallery there’s an immersive Nick Cave installation opening at Mass MoCA on October 15 with musicians Brenda Wimberly and Sereca Henderson, followed by a full tilt performance by Mercury Prize-winning singer-poet Benjamin Clementine.
John Kelly brings his “Time No Line” to MASS MoCA on Oct. 22, exploring the hardships of life as a young, queer individual during the HIV/AIDS outbreak, using movement, projections, song, and spoken word to express the crippling fear of disease, loss, and loneliness.
In the Berkshires, we glimpse the joys of classical music and dance from the top of the lush Berkshire mountains. Bathed in the glorious summer sun, Tanglewood and Jacob’s Pillow inspire us with the best performances the world has to offer. But as glorious as our summers are, when October arrives, the sun dims and…