(Williamstown, Mass.) Twenty-five photographic and written profiles of vibrant, active Berkshire residents ages 65 and up will be on display at the Milne Public Library in Williamstown January 3-31, 2020. An opening reception, free and open to the public, will be held Saturday, January 11 from 1pm to 3pm. Otha Day, one of the Berkshire…
For the second year in a row Williamstown Theatre Festival Associate Artistic Director Laura Savia and playwright Lucy Thurber are collaborating on a great big world premiere Community Works production. This year the title is Once Upon a Time in the Berkshires and there will be four free performance August 13-16 on the Main Stage…
Highlights: Miniature Train Rides, Laughter Yoga, Arthur Holmes Band, Podunk Throwbacks, Town Players, Albany-Berkshire Ballet, and a score of youth activities and performances. Read on.
If a challenge grant is met in the next ten days, there will be free performances of ‘A Midsummer’s Night Dream’ in Pittsfield’s Springside Park July 17-27. It could be the beginning of a new outdoors cultural tradition in the Berkshires.
For its tenth anniversary, the Berkshire Fringe will stage its offerings in Pittsfield, and got a warm welcome from Mayor Dan Bianchi.
One of Berkshire County’s four key economic sectors is the creative sector which embraces far more than just art and artists. It also includes writers, designers, planners and hundreds of entrepreneurial businesses.
Pittsfield’s Megan Whilden applauds Gov. Patrick’s initiative as “far reaching and visionary.”