“Reading to children and listening to children read is one of the most important roles anyone can play in the life of a child. It’s always amazing to see the level of community support for Pajama Night. The Museum is honored to serve a community that understands and embraces the importance of literacy.” – Craig Langlois, Berkshire Museum
It’s morals vs. money as financial temptations clash with social responsibility in a play that takes us into the cutthroat world of pharmaceutical research and marketing.
The Bolshoi’s famous white ballet “Giselle” begins the new series of ballet offerings at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center this Sunday, all of which are sure to delight fans of great dance and spectacle.
A Benedictine Monk who spent 25 years in Weston, Vermont, Brother Thomas Bezanson worked with non-traditional artists materials and created a legacy that inspires artists to be creative with their materials and subject matter. Ten area artists are named his Fellows.
“He often drove me crazy, but there’s not a day I won’t miss him and love him to my core,” Jones said. Shirley Jones and I had a wonderful chat about Marty before an appearance in the Berkshires.
The glorious Wagner masterpiece is one of the few operas the Met’s aging music director James Levine has undertaken to shape and conduct in 2015-16. A historic telecast on Oct. 31.
Handing off the Colonial to another entity that already has two theatres to fill didn’t work. Emerson Associate Professor Magda Romanska suggests that other, more creative, avenues should be pursued to enable the grand old theatre reach its full potential usage.