Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA presents “Night in the City: Whistler, Fireworks, and Dancing Girls,” August 10, 2008.
Archives for July 2008
Stockbridge, MA – BTF PLAYS!, Berkshire Theatre Festival’s year-round education program, presents Around the World in 80 Days adapted by Mark Brown from the novel by Jules Verne and directed by Amy Brentano. This madcap adventure opens on August 6 and runs through August 23, playing Monday through Friday at 11am and Saturday at 10am… read more
Waiting For Godot will be staged at the BTF Unicorn Theatre July 29 – August 23, 2008, directed by Anders Cato with David Adkins playing Vladimir and David Schramm playing Pozzo.
Barrrington Stage Co. teams up with Pittsfield YMCA to provide access to the arts through the YMCA summer camp program.
Review of A Man For All Seasons at Berkshire Theatre Festival, the 1962 TONY award winning play by Robert Bolt. “The political cards are stacked against More from the beginning. The Common Man will keep us aware of that. Dukes and Cardinals will fawn with Kings. And a man must live, as best he can, in a world such as man finds himself in.”
Tanglewood schedule includes performances by Leon Fleisher, James Sommerville, Andre Previn, Gil Shaham, Kronos Quartet during week six, Aug. 8 – Aug. 14, 2008.
Clark Art Institute opens dinner and chamber music series on August 5 with the Amelia Piano Trio.
The Amy Clampitt Poetry Series presents A Reading with Marge Piercy Friday, August 15 at the Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, MA.
Schedule details for Berkshire Museum Little Cinema, Pittsfield, MA for July – Sept. 2008.
Details of the Tanglewood schedule for week of Aug. 1 – 7, 2008.
Boston Symphony Orchestra Managing Director, Mark Volpe, reported today that its Music Director, James Levine, was released from the hospital this past weekend. According to Mr. Volpe, Maestro Levine was hospitalized on Tuesday, July 15, for surgery to remove a growth in his kidney. Tom Levine, James Levine’s brother, reported to Mr. Volpe that doctors… read more
Isamu Noguchi Foundation curator to speak at The Clark Art Institute on the life and work of Isamu Noguchi, Aug. 3, 2008; open to the public, free admission.