Sometimes the best programs on PBS are run at Pledge Time. This is one of them. But it is tons of fun anyway.
A day of festivities that celebrates the Housatonic River, Watershed as well as the region’s agriculture, industry, and culture—showcasing the spirit of independence that has made Great Barrington so vibrant for more than 250 years.
Have an eye-opening adventure as you travel through the surreal worlds of memory, sin and absolution within the mind of Alice Liddell, Lewis Carroll’s original muse and the inspiration for his timeless stories.
The look, smell and feel of black rubber can be both an escape and a turn-on in this cool, calm, yet surprisingly sensual monologue from Ethan Hawke, written by Eric Bogosian.
“If our band can give us a platform to contribute in some way to connecting people doing good work, like MASS MoCA and Hawthorne Valley, we’re all for it,” says Aaron Dessner, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter for The National as they ready their June 11 Berkshire performance.
A new play that looks at the fascinating dynamic between dogs and dogs, dogs and humans, and humans and humans.
The acclaimed Borromeo String Quartet appears at Music Mountain on Sunday, June 12th, joining several other pre-Tanglewood events spread across the Berkshire area.