The holidays at the Berkshire Museum include a festival of trees, of course, but also a chance to explore the origins of General Tso, Jungle Book from Berkshire Children’s Theatre, and some great coffee to keep your energy level set to “perky.”
Everyone is talking about Star Wars, The Force Awakens, and those attending a Holiday Pops concert at Boston’s Symphony Hall got a celebratory surprise. Santa arrived early with gifts. Watch Keith Lockhart conduct with his new light saber.
Families will be delighted at the return of Popovich Comedy Pet Theatre, one of the Colonial’s most popular attractions to date.
Actor Donnie Cianciotto will join Annette O’Toole and Jeff McCarthy in the cast of the musical about transgender friends “Southern Comfort” at NY’s Public Theater which begins previews on February 23, 2016 and opens on March 7.
Brian Wilson performed at Tanglewood with the Beach Boys three times in the 1980s; June 19 marks his first solo performance at the venue. Celebrated trumpeter Chris Botti will appear June 24.
Festival 2016 features artists from all over the globe, live music for 10 of the 20 Ted Shawn and Doris Duke Theatre artists, and world premieres by renowned choreographers in a multitude of genres.
From Donald Trump miming putting on a veil, to a version of Cats as a political spoof, is politics becoming more like entertainment . . . or vice versa?