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PITTSFIELD — The sixth edition of Barrington Stage Company's 10x10 New Play Festival begins Thursday at the Sydelle and Lee Blatt Performing Arts Center at 36 Linden St., where it will be running through March 5. The building, a former VFW … more
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma and his Silk Road Ensemble have won their first-ever Grammy Award. Their new album, "Sing Me Home," won a Grammy for Best World Music Album.The award was presented off-camera before the Grammy Awards telecast Sunday night.The album … more
LENOX — Timing is everything in theater — and in life — and for Allyn Burrows, actor, director, artistic director, the time was right for a change.For the past eight years, Burrows has been artistic director of Actors Shakespeare … more
NORTH ADAMS — The members of S Percussion decided to take tragedy and turn it into art, while searching for empathy along the way — all to the rhythm of a beat created by parts of a Russian sniper gun. The latest performance from the … more
Central Berkshire Habitat for Humanity will host its 37th home dedication at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, at 5 Hall Place.The new homeowner, Sheerece Adams, is in the process of closing on the purchase of the rehabilitated Habitat home.Adams had to … more
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — The Broadway megahit "Hamilton" is coming to Proctors during the 2018-19 season. Dates have yet to be announced but first in line for tickets will be 2017-18 Proctors and Capital Repertory Theatre subscribers, both of which … more
LENOX — Shakespeare & Company is going outdoors this summer with a production of "The Tempest" in a nhew venue, the Garden Theatre, steps away from the Tina Packer Playhouse behind the St. Martin Building.The production, billed by … more
BOSTON — The Boston Symphony Orchestra has reached across the Atlantic to find a successor to Tanglewood Festival Chorus founder John Oliver.London-born James Burton has been named BSO Choral Director, a newly established title, and … more
NORTH ADAMS — A new body of work by artist Joshua Ostraff captures an experience that can almost be described as magical; the stuff of legend though the medium of gallery art. more
LONDON — For a play that makes audience members contemplate their own mediocrity, "Amadeus" is quite the crowd-pleaser. Britain's National Theatre has a sold-out hit with a revival of Peter Shaffer's play about bad-boy genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his jealous rival Antonio Salieri, composer to the 18th-century Viennese court. more
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