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As it often is, the past year in popular music in the Berkshires was a rich fabric of styles, genres and generational favorites. The county's four major venues — Tanglewood in Lenox, the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield, Mass MoCA in North Adams … more
Some theater seasons are noteworthy for performances; some for direction. For me, 2016 was the year of the designer, especially scenic.What made the accomplishments, particularly in set design, so notable had little to do with decoration and … more
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
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
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
GREAT BARRINGTON - Berkshire Bach's more than 200 performances of the "Brandenburg" concertos, Johann Sebastian writes from the Elysian Fields, "is not only way more than I have ever … more
LENOX — Shakespeare & Company's new artistic director, Allyn Burrows, has been on the job full-time since Jan. 1. And while it will be a few weeks before he announces his plans for the company's 40th anniversary season, he's wasting no time. 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
WILLIAMSTOWN >> The dancers are holding candles, one in each hand. They cup their hands, so the flames seem to ride on their palms. They hold out their arms and extend them overhead, spinning.The candles are called diya, and families light … more
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