Widely recognized for her poetry and scholarship, Danielle Legros Georges is the Poet Laureate of Boston. Her work captures both the beautiful and the gritty moments in our lives. She visits MCLA in North Adams for two readings of her works.
How do you describe the music of Dust Bowl Faeries? “From girl-group harmonies to Velvet Underground-like textures, Arctic into the forests, a steampunk voyage to psychedelic Gypsy cabarets of futures past,” this group has it all.
From a seedy 1950’s jazz bar to the sexual manners of the 1970s and the demimonde of the hyper-rich Hamptons, Dorset has chosen plays that have the kind of bite that theatre-goers delight in.
Kelli O’Hara will sing from the Great American Songbook while Alan Cumming “Sings Sappy Songs”. “VIva Momix” is a treat for all ages, and Paul Taylor Dance celebrates Walt Whitman with “Beloved Renegade.” Read about Fab Faux, Bolshoi Ballet, Met Opera and David Sedaris who are also scheduled, plus much more.
Images is launching 100 Years of Images, a year-long film series that feature an array of films, guests and other special events.
Following in the footsteps of Sarah Bernhardt, Tallulah Bankhead, Claudette Colbert, Vivien Leigh, and Elizabeth Taylor, Charles Busch gives us his own original, outrageous, majestic, and bawdy interpretation of the fabled Egyptian queen.
The Alan Sherman musical “Hello Muddah, Hello Fadder” is on the Theater Barn schedule along with Agatha Christie, A.R. Gurney, The Plaids and The Wedding Singer.