Dance to the groovy beats of Debo Band in MASS MoCA’s Club B10 on Saturday, April 16, the night three new museum exhibitions open: Alex Da Corte: Free Roses, Sarah Crowner: Beetle in the Leaves, and The Space Between.
Booth found his way to acting in high school, where the theater department was “a place for all the broken toys. It was a bunch of people that I felt like I could be free in front of and that I felt like I could take risks in front of, and it felt good.” His monologue is very risky, and rewarding.
A gay Presidential candidate? Playwright Mario Correa talks with Berkshire on Stage about the HRC Showcase Theatre’s staged reading of his timely play “Commander” in Hudson on Saturday, April 16.
Selected readings from writers Frances Anne Kemble, Edna St. Vincent Millay,Catharine Maria Sedgwick, Harriett Beecher Stowe,and Edith Wharton will be performed by Amber Chand, Hilary Somers Deely, Kate Maguire, Corinna May, Mary Mott and Barbara Sims on April 17.
“We are excited about the prospect of the team at Crystal Bridges becoming part of the constellation of institutions, artists, and foundations with whom we enjoy working to help make and show new art, enlivening our hometowns while we’re at it.“ – Joe Thompson, MASS MoCA
Bill Finn always has delightful surprises up his sleeve, and this season both his main stage and cabaret offerings will keep musical theatre lovers in seventh heaven.
Perhaps the best known Berkshire-based LGBT artist, Joe Goodwin has a new solo show titled Liminal Artifacts: Recent Paintings in the Museum’s Ellen Crane Memorial Room.