Organized by Hilary Somers Deely and Barbara Sims. Made in the Berkshires showcases the breadth and depth of artistic talent that brings the Berkshire County cultural scene such acclaim.
In our interview with Mike Daisey he admits his fascination with the out-of-control Donald Trump is more than that, in fact it could be called one that verges on obsession. He is not alone.
John Kelly brings his “Time No Line” to MASS MoCA on Oct. 22, exploring the hardships of life as a young, queer individual during the HIV/AIDS outbreak, using movement, projections, song, and spoken word to express the crippling fear of disease, loss, and loneliness.
Coming up August 10: dramatic readings of Abraham Lincoln’s immortal words at Chesterwood. Excerpts will include both his best-known private and public words about love, life, and the country he worked so hard to unite.
A great story set in the demimonde of the hyper-rich Hamptons, Theresa Rebeck’s newest play follows the story of a good-hearted heiress who becomes the prey of an amoral party boy. The author (l) helms the production with Kristine Nielsen (r) at the Dorset Theatre Festival.
Festive music, an ala carte barbecue, a ribbon cutting, topped off with a reading of the Declaration of Independence are all on tap at Shakespeare & Company on July 4, Independence Day.
One week from tonight, Dolly Parton lights up the Tanglewood season to a sold out crowd of music lovers.