When Presidential candidates turn a hard heart towards people fleeing persecution, we see history repeating itself. Sotto Voce recounts just one incident of many in which the US turned away Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany, sending many innocents to their death.
The story begins as screen legend Carole Lombard is anxious to get home after a WWII War Bonds tour, because she suspects that her husband, Clark Gable, could be cheating on her.
A day of thought-provoking insights and discussions with noted experts in local, national and international issues. Featured speakers include Adam Segal, Ph.D., Senior Fellow at the Council of Foreign Relations; Polina Vlasenko, Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow at AIER, and State Representative William “Smitty” Pignatelli, the dean of Berkshire County’s state legislative delegation.
When a 20-year-old play still seems fresh today, one has to wonder if out current political scene has regressed as much as it has advanced. Wendy Wasserstein was prescient in her observation of misogynistic politics. Picture: Diane Davis and Saidah Arrika Ekulona. Photograph T. Charles Erickson.
A cosmologist and a beekeeper exchange objective ideas, and infuse them with emotional resonance.
A personal tale that is at once harrowing, hilarious and uplifting, Stephen Wolfert has created a scalding narrative out of a chance encounter with Shakespeare’s “Richard III.”
This musical features over 25 Allan Sherman songs telling the lifelong love story of Barry and Sarah Jackman and their eccentric family.