Sept. 27, 2008 performance reviewed by Frances Benn Hall (L-R) Alyssa Hughlett, Alexandra Lincoln, Michael F. Toomey, Dana Harrison; photos: Kevin Sprague The Canterville Ghost now playing at Shakespeare and Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre is based, very loosely, on a novella by Oscar Wilde in which an American family moves into an old English… read more
Archives for September 2008
Currently under construction in Bentonville, Arkansas, the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art founded by Alice Walton is envisioned as a premier national art institution dedicated to American art and artists that will spur the continued economic development of Northwest Arkansas. On Tuesday, October 7, Robert G. Workman, executive director of Crystal Bridges, will discuss… read more
Back for a special fall engagement, Berkshire Theatre Festival presents Eleanor: Her Secret Journey. This moving play by Rhoda Lerman is the powerful story of First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt as she finds her way in the days following the death of her husband, President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Eleanor is a one-woman tour-de-force performance by actress… read more
The exhibition Drawn to Drama: Italian Works on Paper, 1500-1800 at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute explores how Italian artists of the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries sought and found imaginative solutions to the problems involved in depicting miraculous, visionary, often obscure, and frequently highly dramatic narratives. Michael Cassin, Director of the Clark’s… read more
Video of James Taylor and Chris Cuomo getting ready for segment of Good Morning America on the porch of the Red Lion Inn, Stockbridge, MA.
James Taylor and Yo Yo Ma perform Sweet Baby James at the Red Lion Inn, Stockbridge, MA for ABC TV’s Good Morning America broadcast in the Berkshires, Sept. 15, 2008.
James Taylor sings Shower the People on the porch of the Red Lion Inn, Stockbridge, MA during Good Morning America’s broadcast from the Berkshires Sept. 15, 2008.
James Taylor sings Wichita Lineman off his upcoming album Covers live on ABC TV’s Good Morning America broadcast Sept. 15, 2008 in the Berkshires, Red Lion Inn, Stockbridge, MA
James Taylor, his Band of Legends, and Yo Yo Ma perform on Good Morning America broadcast from the Red Lion Inn, Stockbridge, MA in the Berkshires on Sept. 15, 2008.
The Lenox Tub Parade is the recreation of a Gilded Age tradition, when Berkshire cottagers would dress up their horses, carriages, and wagons (“tubs”) to show off the bounty of the harvest.