The power of memes and propaganda can be seen in this detail of Die Partei, Arno Breker’s statue representing the spirit of the Nazi Party that flanked one side of the carriage entrance to Albert Speer’s new Reich Chancellery.
A heavenly combination of harp, flute and viola make a concert by Les Amies a beautiful experience. They will be playing works of Ibert, Bax, J. S. Bach, Ravel, Devienne, Faure and Debussy.
In the first month, Rainbow Seniors will focus on Stonewall revolutionaries, local LGBT farmers and a gathering of Berkshire based lesbians, gays, bisexual and transgender seniors. This could get very interesting, very quickly.
On Thursday, September 10, the world premiere will find audience members entering the dimly lit Theater, equipped with earphones, a flashlight, and a high-viz jacket to search for who might be considered The Extra People.
The arts and cultural scene in the Berkshires will benefit from increased state spending in 2016. Cities and towns will find support for their local cultural councils increased as well.
Discover fun at Steampunk with its Stargazer’s Ball, top bands, workshops, tea dueling, a tweed ride and a real time machine. Vendors from all over the country offer everything steampunk and more. There are children’s activities and games, a telescope observatory tour and a closing event picnic.
Iconis tunes, both classic and brand spankin’ new, are notorious hybrids of rock and show-biz, with sing-a-longs, three-hanky ballads, persnickety character pieces, exhilarating stompers and more.