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Theater in and around the Berkshires had a lot on its mind this year — race relations in America; sexism; anti-Semitism; fear of the "other"; health care; mortality; functioning with physical challenges in the world of the physically … more
BENNINGTON, Vt. — Oldcastle Theatre's third annual Holiday Variety Show, a nostalgic excursion to a time of memorable songs and radio comedy, is set for 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the theater at 331 Main St.A large cast of Oldcastle favorites and … more
NEW YORK — Fourteen years ago, with 23 million people watching, Justin Guarini came achingly close to superstardom. Guarini, with his mop of curls and a taste for flamboyant, '70s-style shirts, had given up his dream of starring on … more
NORTH ADAMS — When silent films first came to Japan in the 1920s, a new genre emerged to bridge the gap between the country's oral storytelling tradition and the new, foreign technology. A narrator — called a benshi — would sit to … more
PITTSFIELD -- Berkshire Theatre Group's 11th annual community production of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" opens Saturday evening at the Colonial Theatre, 111 South St. Adapted by Eric Hill and directed by Travis G. Daly, the production … more
KICKER - ON BROADWAY By Mark Kennedy The Associated Press NEW YORK - The magic supergroup "The Illusionists" has returned to Broadway trying to stun audiences for a third time, but this time they've brought something missing from … more
NEW YORK - Making your New York stage debut in a role made famous by Robin Williams isn't for the faint of heart. Making it in an adaptation of one of Williams' most beloved movies - "Dead Poets Society" - makes it doubly daunting. But comedian … more
NORTH ADAMS - Ju rez, Mexico didn't want to be the world's most dangerous city, but the drug cartels waged a war there that brought violence, murder and abduction into daily life for the citizens Rub n Polendo, the founding artistic director of … more
NEW YORK (AP) - Great deals on Broadway are few and far between but in February - for one day only - kids get to go for free. The annual Kids' Night on Broadway will be held Feb. 28, allowing children 18 and under to attend participating … more
NEW YORK - Tony Award-winning character actor Fritz Weaver, who played Sherlock Holmes and Shakespearian kings on Broadway while also creating memorable roles on TV and film from "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" to "Marathon Man," has died. He was 90. … more
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