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Four Freedoms Community Dialogue on Renewable Energy

The series of topical town meeting-style conversations continues at the Norman Rockwell Museum

Celebrate Pittsfield's 250th birthday

A full weekend of activities, from concerts to dance parties to exhibits, begins on Friday


A community dialogue about immigration at the Norman Rockwell Museum

Third event in a series of town hall-style meetings addresses the changing demographics of the Berkshires


World premiere musical part of Stage 2 lineup at Barrington Stage Company

Three Musical Theatre Lab productions plus Chaim Potok’s My Name is Asher Lev, Zero Hour, and Going to St. Ives round ou


Loudon Wainwright III and Shawn Colvin take the stage at the Colonial

Wainwright and Colvin, both award-winning singers and songwriters, will perform an evening of folk music


Award-winning folk music icons Loudon Wainwright III and Shawn Colvin will perform in concert, presenting individual sets, on Friday, March 11, at 8 p.m. at the Colonial Theatre in downtown Pittsfield.  

Berkshire Theatre Festival and Colonial Theatre season unveiled

A rock opera, three new plays, and a wide variety of performers will grace three stages in Pittsfield and Stockbridge


Elwood’s World: The Art and Animations of Elwood H. Smith opens at the Norman Rockwell Museum

Original works from the illustrator’s forty-year career will be on view through May 15


92nd St. Y broadcasts at Barrington Stage

Compelling conversations on topics from Islam to cookbooks to media brands


Second of the Four Freedoms Forums is Thursday at Norman Rockwell Museum

A community dialogue on food, farmers, and families will be held in Stockbridge


WAM Theatre announces 2011 season

The successful 2010 inaugural season included a production of Melancholy Play in downtown Pittsfield

The Big V-Day Cabaret at BSC

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a concert of terrific new songs from the Musical Theatre Lab writers at Barrington Stage


The Mystery of Irma Vep opens at Shakespeare & Company

Two actors, eight roles, an enigmatic puzzle, and gales of laughter in store at the Bernstein Theatre


Live from NY's 92nd Street Y comes to Barrington Stage

A series of seven compelling conversations begins Thursday evening

Sweet Honey in the Rock at the Colonial

Internationally known women’s a cappella ensemble performs in Pittsfield


Four Freedoms Forums begin at Norman Rockwell Museum

A new series of community dialogues begins this week in Stockbridge


MC Escher fascinates at the Berkshire Museum

Works by the iconic artist reveal meticulous detail and technique


Eye to Eye opens at The Clark

Eye to Eye: European Portraits 1450-1850 on view at The Clark from January 23 to March 27


Henry Klimowicz: Constructs to open at the Berkshire Museum

The artist and sculptor creates fascinating forms from corrugated cardboard


Ventfort Hall is decked out for the holidays

Lavish decorations, charming marionettes, and a visit to 1890s Paris entertain at the Gilded Age Museum


As You Like It and Romeo and Juliet at Shakespeare & Company

Shakespeare & Company will offer more than ten productions in 2011-2012, their thirty-fourth season


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