At Ventfort Hall, over tea, hear the story of Lenox’s Leonard C. Peters (c.1850-1928) who arrived in America in 1872 as an ambitious, but penniless immigrant with carpentry skills and by 1918 was president of the Lenox National Bank. He made his mark maintaining the area’s Gilded Age “Cottages.”
In Eric Bogosian’s “Orphans,” this piece did not make it to the end. Yet it is included in his collection of “100 Monologues” for good reason: its carefully crafted series of escalating revelations. Patrick Breen delivers three minutes of spellbinding theatre.
The unofficial motto for the Freihofer’s Saratoga Jazz Festival is ‘give the people what they want,’ says producer Danny Melnick.
Born in Accra, Ghana, Ruby Amanfu brings sultry soul-rock to MASS MoCA’s Club B10 on Saturday, April 2.
What began as a small grassroots event has become one of the year’s most anticipated evenings of song. It has raised $2.4 million in ten years.
Leonard Nimoy’s play about artist Vincent van Gogh, will finally have its Off-Broadway debut in New York City on April 1st.
“FreshGrass presents one of the liveliest and all-encompassing lineups of any music festival in the nation,” says Joe Thompson.