Berkshire Creative Aging Exhibit Goes on Display in Williamstown

(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…

Williamstown Theatre Festival Offers Free Community Works Workshop

What is Communty Works? COMMUNITY WORKS is Williamstown Theatre Festival’s year-round community-engaged theatre program that brings together hundreds of Berkshire area residents from all walks of life. These diverse constituencies are connected with professional theatre artists and with each other through workshops, rehearsals, and a professional-caliber production on the Main Stage at the Festival, presented free…

REVIEW: “Ghosts” at the Williamstown Theatre Festival

by Roseann Cane Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906), often referred to as the father of realism in modern theater, created a body of work that unflinchingly examined social mores (including marital roles), hypocrisy, religion, and ethics. In his day, theatergoers found themselves shocked and scandalized by the subject matter he explored as he continued to create what…