Focusing on the journey of a mother and her child with Down’s Syndrome takes to the stage in Stockbridge, March 18-20 at The Unicorn Theatre.
P.D.Q. Bach (a.k.a. Peter Schickele) join withThe Acronym Baroque String Band and soloists James Austin Smith, Oboe and Yehuda Hanani, Cello, for a concert that will be mostly classical with a bit of lighthearted fun, too.
Submissions may include short plays, music, poetry, short stories, performance art/spoken word, film and dance. Artists must live and work in the Berkshires, at least part time.
The final phase of competition is a live public concert held this Sunday, March 13, on the Met stage; winners will receive individual cash prizes of $15,000 and career-launching exposure.
Inside each of us are a variety of characters awaiting their appearance on life’s stage. Writers like Eric Bogosian create their color and shape. Here, Sebastian Stan breathes life into one of them, enabling us to ponder the nature of wanderlust .
The legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan returns July 2 to the Berkshires, this time with Mavis Staples. He has performed twice at Tanglewood, first in 1991 and again during the 1997 season. Staples has appeared recently at the Solid Sound Festival at Mass MoCA.
They meet before a statue of a God in an art gallery, where he works as a security guard and she is ominously carrying a can of spray paint. Loud music, love and deception give this tale a biting edge.