REVIEW: “Hair” at the Berkshire Theatre Group

by Roseann Cane I was just shy of 15 when Hair opened off-Broadway and began to cause a stir in 1967, a pivotal time in American culture. When a significantly revised version of the show opened on Broadway in 1968, it rapidly permeated the culture it reflected. It’s impossible to overstate the national turbulence caused…

REVIEW: “Million Dollar Quartet”

by Macey Levin On December 4, 1956, in the seedy recording studio of Sun Records in Nashville, Tennessee, four iconic rock and roll musicians met in an improvised jam session. Immortalized by a photograph of Elvis Presley at the piano staring up at Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash, this major moment in…