Berkshire Theatre Festival, in Stockbridge, Mass., schedules No Wake for a fall run starting Sept. 30, 2010 and running through Oct. 24. No Wake was written by William Donnelly; directed by Kyle Fabel; cast: David Adkins, James Lloyd Reynolds, Jurian Hughes. Performances are Thursday through Saturday at 7pm and Saturday and Sunday at 2pm in […]Continue reading Berkshire Theatre Festival schedules No Wake
Archives for September 2010
Berkshire Theatre Festival in Stockbridge, Mass. schedules auditions for its December 2010 production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, adapted by Eric Hill and co-directed by Hill and E. Gray Simons III, which will run December 11 – 30 at the Unicorn Theatre. Auditions will take place Wednesday, October 13th from 6 pm – 9 […]Continue reading Berkshire Theatre Festival schedules auditions
Berkshire Theatre Festival Article by Dave Read. Berkshire Theatre Festival, one of the oldest professional regional theatres in the United States, was founded in Stockbridge, Mass. in 1928. BTF’s Main Stage was designed and built in 1888 by Stanford White as the Stockbridge Casino (a miles away from the current location). It seats 408, and […]Continue reading Berkshire Theatre Festival
Shakespeare and Company Article by Dave Read. Shakespeare and Company was established in 1978 at The Mount in Lenox, Mass., Edith Wharton’s former home, and currently occupies a 30 acre parcel on Kemble St., which it bought for $4.1 million in 2000. In addition to presenting plays and other programs on campus, Shakespeare and Co. […]Continue reading Shakespeare and Company
Sept. 24, 2010 performance reviewed by Frances Benn Hall. Tom Stoppard’s The Real Inspector Hound, on the schedule at Shakespeare and Co. through November 7, 2010, is on one level full of the suspense, intrigue, and slapstick one associates with a spoof of an Agatha Christie mystery. However, the play is a play within a […]Continue reading The Real Inspector Hound at Shakespeare and Co.
Jacob’s Pillow raised more than $150,000 to save it’s Inside/Out Stage during the 2010 season of dance in the Berkshires. The amount is fifty percent more than the goal. More than one thousand people donated during the Festival and gifts ranged from one dollar bills donated by children too short to see over the top […]Continue reading Jacob’s Pillow stage gets funded