The ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance unveiled its twelfth season of diverse and challenging theatre and dance programming for the Williams College community and beyond. Continuing its mission to contextualize arts within scholarly inquiry, the Center will be presenting an impressive body of work that sets student work side-by-side with professional artists. This season…
First performed at the Dream Away Lodge in Becket in 2005, Douglass Truth returns after a national tour. Who knew that Death Herself would turn out to be so life-affirming?
Once called guerrilla warfare, today we call it simply terrorism. This classic (and horrific) film was actually screened for the military at the Pentagon after 9/11 as we prepared to invade Iraq. It shows that history does indeed repeat itself. Endlessly.
“Love Letters” has an appeal that is catnip for theatre lovers. Gurney’s gem is a touching, funny and ultimately moving story of a 50-year old correspondence between two childhood friends whose relationship weathers time and distance.
Weston had a great season, especially when Young Company opened Weston’s OtherStages season with an inspired, engaging rendition of Schoolhouse Rock, Live! directed by Susan Haefner.
Now in its seventh year, WAM Theatre’s roots have grown remarkably strong in the Berkshire’s welcoming soil.
The largest free outdoor event series in the Berkshires, 3rd Thursday is family friendly and open to all. On September 15, North Street will be closed to vehicular traffic from West Street to Linden Street and will be filled with music, performance, food and community activities.