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LENOX — Shakespeare & Company is adding matinee performances Tuesday and Wednesday of next week for its production of Lynn Nottage's "Intimate Apparel" in the Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre.The company also has announced that Rachel … more
NEW LEBANON, N.Y. — Those daffy, how-can-you-not-love-'em Little Sisters of Hoboken are back on The Theater Barn stage in their daffy "Nunsense" and while this visit isn't quite as endearing as one might wish, it does pass two hours … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — Boston-based actor Lin-Ann Ching and Margaret Odette Gold, who recently appeared in "Skeleton Crew" at Chester Theatre, will read the leading roles of, respectively, Dr. Ginny Lang and Valerie Johnston. in WAM Theatre's "Fresh … more
STOCKBRIDGE — As the lights come up at the beginning of "Edward Albee's At Home at the Zoo (Zoo story)," it is a typical Sunday for a textbook editor named Peter and his wife Ann, who share an East Seventies New York apartment, along with two … more
LENOX — Shakespeare & Company's production of Lynn Nottage's "Intimate Apparel" brings us back to the era of "Ragtime" — New York City in 1905. Indeed, that distinctive musical style is playing — now jaunty, now plaintive … more
BENNINGTON, Vt. — A young woman walks into a stamp shop and asks the shop owner if he would evaluate a stamp collection she has brought with her that she has found among her recently deceased mother's belongings.That may sound like the start … more
A digest of what's playing at area theaters in and around the Berkshires, based upon reviews by Berkshire Eagle theater critic Jeffrey Borak. Capsules include publication date of review, closing date of production, performance schedule and … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Theater legend says that Joseph Kesselring originally conceived "Arsenic and Old Lace" — originally titled "Bodies in Our Cellar" — as a serious thriller. Broadway producers and playwrights Howard Lindsay and Russel … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — Three sisters, all about college age, sit in their living room remembering their childhood in the city. They live in a small town now, the kind of town where knowing three languages feels as useful as having six fingers. The … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — Two women in Sarah Ruhl's "The Clean House" — which is being given an extraordinarily accomplished, richly funny and incisive production at Williamstown Theatre Festival — die laughing, literally; one of them long … more
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