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LENOX — The narrative foundations for Shakespearean productions are centuries-old, built in the mind of William Shakespeare (or perhaps others) during the late 16th and early 17th centuries. But the physical ones don't have to be.Shakespeare … more
PITTSFIELD — It's been 17 years since Julianne Boyd first directed Stephen Sondheim's "Company" at her Barrington Stage Company.Those were the days when BSC was performing at Mount Everett Regional School in Sheffield. Times certainly have … more
STOCKBRIDGE — The relationship between a landscape artist and his or her surrounding landscapes is a sacred one. "Landscape artists are honestly dependent on, if not a healthy, then at least an aesthetically pleasing landscape," said artist … more
LENOX — Even when he's photographing nude people, Greg Gorman attempts to leave something to the imagination."I try to capture more the essence of who the person is but not necessarily answer all the questions," Gorman said during a telephone … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Before MRI machines, how did we visually represent the brain? Well, with a paint brush and paper, of course."When they first started out they just cracked the head open with a rock and then maybe draw it or some interpretation of … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — Superficially, Helen Frankenthaler's relationship to abstract expressionism resembled that of an obedient wife to an overbearing husband. She loved the movement, contributed to its growth and, when conflicts arose — say, … more
PITTSFIELD — In Meredith Willson's "The Music Man," Harold Hill arrives in River City, Iowa with plans to carry out his typical con: posing as a music teacher and convincing a town that it needs a marching band of youngsters before making off … more
LENOX — As an executive for companies that produced movie marketing materials in New York City and Los Angeles, Cynthia Wick needed to capture the essence of feature films in limited amounts of space and time. Nearly 20 years later, more
WILLIAMSTOWN — Imagine walking to Stone Hill at the Clark Art Institute on a dark evening, your path illuminated by giant lanterns made by community members.At the second annual Lantern Walk, you can do just that. David Lane, an independent … more
LENOX — Singer-songwriter Emmylou Harris has been great almost since the day she picked up a guitar. No these are not the overhyped musings of a folkie fanboy. Let us, as they say, check the record. more
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