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LENOX — Playwright Joan Ackermann's characters live in a world that is, at once, of this world and of their own. They navigate the straightaways, bumps and curves life throws at them with, at varying times, confusion, uncertainty, equanimity, … more
PITTSFIELD — Jimmy Webb's songwriting career with singer/entertainer Glen Campbell is rooted in the Oklahoma panhandle.Webb was 14 years old growing up in Elk City, Okla. around 1960 when one day while riding a tractor he heard Campbell sing … more
NORTH ADAMS — The concept of five singer-songwriters in one band might seem to create some room for dissonance. Or at least some degree of disagreement.. But the five members of the Whiskey Treaty Roadshow belie that emphatically. "I think we … more
PITTSFIELD — Myq (Mike) Kaplan hits the make-shift stage almost in high gear, immediately tickling the audience funny bones with witty, timely observations and one-liners.The New York City-based comic touches on the current political climate … more
ALBANY, N.Y. — David Barlow is reluctant to call "The Iliad" an old story, even though the epic poem was written by Homer almost 3,000 years ago. "I prefer timeless," he says. "It's a compelling piece of literature that takes a hard, communal … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Good vibrations are heading for Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center this summer with the additions of The Beach Boys, Stephen Stills and Judy Collins, and Ronnie Spector and The Ronettes to the schedule. more
WILLIAMSTOWN — A young kitchen maid leans out a window with a silver flagon in one hand, gazing into the distance at a scene off panel. Nor does the artist care to elaborate. His focus is not on the action at hand or what is to come, but on this single moment of time. A very ordinary moment. more
PITTSFIELD — A single tenor can enthrall an audience. Pavarotti sent fans into fits of rapture, leaving an indelible impression on all who heard him. Alongside Domingo and Carreras as The Three Tenors, on stage, screen and CD they reached … more
NORTH ADAMS — When the dancer-choreographer Bill T. Jones was commissioned by Mass MoCA and Jacob's Pillow to create a performance work in response to composer-artist Nick Cave's massive site-specific installation "Until," the task seemed right in his … more
PITTSFIELD — It's no accident, I think, that this year's edition of "The 10x10 Plays" begins, and ends, with two plays about finding comfort, one set in a sandbox in a public park; the other, a desk fort in the office of a tech company on team … more
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