A major museum fundraiser, this year’s celebration features Brooklyn-based Bhangra-funk brass band Red Baraat plus cocktails, dinner, and a spirited auction of art, travel, and one-of-a-kind experiences.
From October 9-25, Audrey II will be chomping her way through the cast of Little Shop of Horrors. If you have never seen this on stage, it’s time to treat yourself to one of the funniest musicals ever.
A dramatic and sometimes quite funny play that tells the story of Henry II. He wants England to stay united after his death, but all three sons want to rule. Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown as he deals with family squabbles.
Maguire said that the “mutual decision” to part ways had been reached at the end of the summer.
The autumn foliage is brighter than ever at Berktoberfest in Pittsfield, where craft beers and great music come together under a tent for a special October afternoon.
Tim Paré is the newest addition to the staff of Barrington Stage Company and will head up its education department.
Made in the Berkshires Festival will be held on October 23-25,at the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield, MA and the Unicorn Theatre in Stockbridge, MA celebrating the fifth year of this wonderful festival of local art and artists.