Shakespeare & Company Presents Two Wharton Comedies

“…as sharp cut as a diamond and as hard of surface.” —New York Review of Books (Lenox, MA) Shakespeare & Company presents A Perfect Pair of Wharton Comedies. Based on short stories originally penned by the Berkshires’ legendary Edith Wharton, Roman Fever and The Fullness of Life have been adapted by Shakespeare & Company Founding Member and Training Director Dennis Krausnick. The Wharton Comedies will run…

REVIEW: Capitol Steps “Orange is the New Barack”

Stapitol Ceps by Barbara Waldinger What would summer in the Berkshires be like without a new edition of Capitol Steps, currently in residence at Cranwell’s Harvest Barn, their tenth year in Lenox?  This company of singing parodists, whose motto is:  “We put the ‘Mock’ in Democracy,” have been performing throughout the country live, on radio,…

REVIEW: “Cymbeline” at Shakespeare & Company

Shakespeare’s “tragical-comical-historical-pastoral” by Barbara Waldinger Congratulations to Tina Packer and her supremely talented and versatile cast and crew on their gorgeous production of Cymbeline at Shakespeare & Company!  We are transported back to the early glory days of the company, outdoors at the Mount, when performers surrounded the audience as they brought to life the…

CANCELLATIONS!

Tonight’s (Thursday, July 13) outdoor performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Shakespeare & Company has been cancelled due to inclement weather. Contact the box office (413) 637-3353 if you are able to attend another performance. They will be happy to book you tickets for any other date! The first Mac-Haydn Monday of the season, with The Joe Adee…