Time for another terrific original British-American Pantom as the Loons return November 25-27, December 2-4 & 9-11, with their own zany spin on the classic holiday tale, “A Christmas Carol”. It’s a great holiday treat for the whole family!
The premise is simple: a handsome and naive young man sells his soul in exchange for the privilege of everlasting youth and beauty while his portrait ages on his behalf. But impunity paves the way to debauchery, cruelty, and murder…
The Last Waltz LIVE is a re-creation of The Band’s classic concert film, featuring The Rev Tor Band (accompanied by a full horn section) along with a cast of local, regional, and national artists as the film’s special guests. Beyond a tribute show, but rather a powerful community event.
The November 19, 2016 performance will be followed by a reception, featuring delicious snacks and beverages, and a talk-back with the playwright, actors, and director.
After more than a year away from The Met: “Live in HD” transmissions due to the renovation of its theatre and other ongoing projects, The Clark Art Institute begins to play catch up on Saturday, November 19 at 1 pm with an encore performance of Don Giovanni in its newly renovated auditorium.
Organized by Hilary Somers Deely and Barbara Sims. Made in the Berkshires showcases the breadth and depth of artistic talent that brings the Berkshire County cultural scene such acclaim.
The Berkshire theatre community gathers together this weekend to share a glass of bubbly and celebrate the winners of the Berkshire Theatre Awards. Special guests include Elizabeth Aspenlieder and Debra Jo Rupp.