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Theatre, music and movies are opening with caution - some in person, others livestream. We follow the arts for you and have resumed our calendar listings, If you want further information, please visit the company's website, linked within the listing. We hope you remain safe and enjoy the arts as they become available.

Current Events

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Berkshire Sounds: A Bash to Bring Back Music to Western Massachusetts and the Hudson Valley
Signature Sounds
April 18, 2021 : 7PM
Streaming Concert to support New England Musicians Relief Fund. The show will feature an eclectic mix of musicians from across western Massachusetts and New York’s Hudson Valley. Concert is free. Donations requested.
Location: Streaming
Bridging Divides, Healing Communities
Berkshire Taconic
April 20, 2021 : 7PM
Moving From 'I' to 'We'. Economic, social and political trends can influence the extent to which Americans prioritize putting themselves first or moving ahead together.
Contact: 413.229.0370
Location: Online
Shakespeare's Birthday Bash
Shakespeare & Company
April 23, 2021 : 7 PM
A virtual performance of Shakespeare and the Language that Shaped a World featuring the Northeast Regional Tour of Shakespeare.
Contact: 413.637.3353
Location: Virtual Performance
WHAT IS ART TODAY: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE VERY BAD
Salisbury Forum
April 23, 2021 : 7:30PM
Jerry Saltz, Pulitzer-winning art critic for New York magazine, will share his irreverent view of the art world today -- how will it recover from the pandemic, what's going on with digital art, are expensive art schools a racket-- and much more. Free webinar.
Contact: info@salisburyforum.org
Location: Online Webinar
24-Hour Drone: Experiments in Sound and Music
Basilica Hudson
April 24, 2021 – April 25, 2021 : 12PM – 12PM
Join to escape the tight hands of time in a long-form, endurance homage to sound. An all-encompassing, immersive event, 24-HOUR DRONE features musicians and sound artists experimenting with sustained tones, creating a full twenty-four hours of unbroken sound. in collaboration with Wave Farm’s WGXC 90.7-FM Radio for Open Ears as an audio/visual livestream.
Contact: 518.822.1050
Location: Streaming
Simon Winchester
Cornwall Library
April 24, 2021 : 5PM
Acclaimed British writer, journalist, broadcaster and author, will converse with Cornwall resident, Jane Garmey, to discuss his latest publication, Land: How the Hunger for Ownership Shaped the Modern World.
Contact: 860.672.6874
Location: Zoom
A CELEBRATION OF AILEEN PASSLOFF (1931-2020)
Fisher Center
April 24, 2021 : 4 PM
For over 40 years, Aileen Passloff was Professor of Dance at Bard, “I was strong and tireless and full of passion and loved dancing as deeply as one could ever love anything.”— Aileen Passloff
Contact: 845.758.7900
Location: Live Streamed
Some Old Black Man
Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center:
April 24, 2021 : 3PM
In collaboration with Berkshire Playwrights Lab. You can never escape your past... or your family. A hip, coolly intellectual African American college professor moves his 82-year-old ailing but independent father from Mississippi into his Harlem penthouse. With a Post-show talkback + Q&A @ 5 PM.
Contact: 413.528.0100
Location: On Zoom
Felix, Fanny and Frederic: Chopin and the Mendelssohns
Close Encounters with Music
April 25, 2021 : 7:30PM
Now in its 29th year, a new season of concerts will be recorded on the Mahaiwe stage and made available for viewing online.
Contact: 413.528.0100
Location: Virtual
A Tribute to American Workers
American Mural Project
April 28, 2021 : 8PM
A virtual event featuring actor and educator Geoffrey Owens (The Cosby Show and Tyler Perry’s The Haves and the Have Nots) and award-winning radio journalist John Dankosky.
Contact: 860.379.3006
Location: Virtual
A Year at Clove Brook Farm
Garden Conservancy
April 29, 2021 : 2PM
In his first book ceramist Christopher Spitzmiller invites us to explore his ultimate country retreat where he has created an idyllic lifestyle of the weekend farmer. Join us for this webinar, as Christopher takes us into his beautiful home and gardens.
Contact: 845.424.6500
Location: Live on Zoom
FUCKING A
Fisher Center
April 29, 2021 – April 30, 2021 : 8 PM
A Staged Reading by the Bard POC Theatre Ensemble. Hester, a reviled and revered abortionist, sets out on a quest to buy her son’s freedom. Her journey of vengeance, sacrifice and the pursuit of justice in a system that has failed her leads the audience on a poetic exploration of social and political injustice.
Contact: 845.758.7900
Location: Online
Carrie Mae Weems in Conversation
Williams College Museum of Art
May 1, 2021 : 5:30PM
Carrie Mae Weems joins students from Williams College, Bennington College and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts for an online public conversation in conjunction with her 2020-21 nationwide campaign Resist Covid / Take 6!.
Contact: 413.597.2429
Location: Virtual
Promises to Keep
Hickory Stick Bookshop
May 1, 2021 : 1 PM
Book Signing. In this heartwarming sequel to Promises of the Heart series, USA Today bestselling author Nan Rossiter returns to Tybee Island off the Georgia coast to focus on beloved characters Maeve and Gage as their relationship is tested by secrets they are keeping from each other.
Contact: 860.868.0525
Location: 1201 2 Green Hill Road Washington Depot CT 06793
Harvest & Rust: A Tribute to Neil Young
Berkshire Theatre Group
May 1, 2021 :
This year marks the 50th Anniversary of Neil Young’s most widely acclaimed album, Harvest. The bank, Harvest & Rust, cover everything Neil Young.
Contact: 413.298.5576
Location: The Colonial Theatre. 111 South Street · Pittsfield · MA 01201
Kevin James
Warner Theater
May 2, 2021 : 8PM
Kevin James began his career as a stand-up on the Long Island comedy scene. After being discovered at the 1996 Montreal Comedy Festival, he signed a network development deal to create his own sitcom, The King of Queens, which premiered in 1998,
Contact: 860.489.7180
Location: Oneglia Auditorium. 68 Main Street. Torrington CT 06790
Life Beyond the Pandemic
Conversations On the Green
May 2, 2021 : 3PM
Dr Anthony Fauci, Dr Anne Rimoin, Dr Kavita Patel and Dr Michael T Osterholm discuss.
Location: Live Streamed
Blues musician Keb’ Mo'
Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center:
May 5, 2021 – May 6, 2021 : 8 PM
Keb’ Mo’ has been described as ‘a living link to the seminal Delta blues that travelled up the Mississippi River and across the expanse of America’.performances Streamed from City Winery New York City.
Wednesday May 5 at 7PM EDT
Thursday, May 6 at 9:30PM EDT.
Contact: 413.528.0100
Location: On Zoom
Anthony Trionfo, Smit & Zukerman
Clarion Concerts
May 8, 2021 : 5 PM
The flute sensation Anthony Trionfo and his collaborator the pianist Albert Cano Smit will be joined by Eugenia in a concert streamed from the Stissing Center in Pine Plains.
Contact: 413.551.9901
Location: Streaming
Is Unity The Impossible Dream?
Conversations On the Green
May 16, 2021 : 3PM
If the winning message of President Joe Biden's Phoenix-like presidential campaign could be shortened into a single animating phrase, it would be the cliché that "there's more that unites us than divides us." With Frank Luntz, Shepard Smith and Eddie Glaude.
Location: Live Streamed
As I Am
Tannery Pond Concerts
May 29, 2021 : 8PM
Steven Banks is recognized for his “glowing mahogany tone” and “breathtaking” performances. The American classical saxophonist “is at the forefront of musicians of his generation in his display of the highest level of both artistry and pedagogy"
Contact: 888.820.1696
Location: Darrow School, 110 Darrow Rd., New Lebanon, NY 12125
HUNT HOMEGROWN PLANT SALE
David Hunt Library
May 29, 2021 – May 30, 2021 :
Falls Village’s own growers, gardeners, and CSAs will provide a wide variety of plants, including a large selection of tomatoes, vegetables, annuals and perennials, and house plants including geraniums from HVRHS in pots and hanging baskets. Proceeds benefit the Hunt Library and HVRHS. .
Contact: 860.824.7424
Location: 63 Main Street. Falls Village. CT 06031
Come Together!
Sherman Chamber Ensemble
June 5, 2021 : 5:30
Free Live Interactive Concert featuring Artistic Director Eliot Bailen (cello). Susan Rotholz (flute) and Oren Fader (classical guitar). They'll perform works by Faure, Coleman, Piazzolla, Bach, Taylor (James), Krouse, Moszkowski.
Contact: 860.355.5930
Location: On Zoom
MAKE MUSIC NWCT
NWCT Arts Council
June 21, 2021 :
Make Music Day is an international celebration of live music that takes place on the summer solstice of each year. People of all ages and skill levels are encouraged to create music at participating venues all over the region. All performances are free and open to the public.
Contact: 860 618.0075
Location: On the Streets of NWCT
Inbal Segev, cello & Juho Pohjonen, piano
Tannery Pond Concets
July 3, 2021 : 8PM
“INBAL SEGEV’S instrument is older than Bach (a Ruggieri from 1673).
POHJONEN proved himself to be a singularly luminous Mozart interpreter."
Contact: 888.820.1696
Location: Darrow School, 110 Darrow Rd., New Lebanon, NY 12125
Fête des Fleurs 2021
Berkshire Botanical Garden
July 3, 2021 : 5PM – 8PM
We gather at the Garden to celebrate the summer season, safely in our beautiful outdoors. Our very own Dorthe Hviid retired last May after a tenure of 28 years leading BBG's Horticulture department and we want to thank her for her hard work and dedication over all these years. Now we finally can!
Contact: 413.298.3926
Location: 600 Stockbridge Road Great Barrington MA 01230
Glory Denied
Berkshire Opera Festival
July 22, 2021 : 7:30PM
This two-act opera, sung in English, tells the true story of America’s longest-held prisoner of war, Colonel Jim Thompson, and his struggle upon his release to adjust to a country and a family he barely recognizes.
Also July 24 at 1PM
Contact: 413.528.0100
Location: Bard College. Daniel Arts Center. 84 Alford Road Great Barrington MA 01230
Much Ado About Shakespeare
Berkshire Opera Festival
August 11, 2021 :
This concert features music from operas inspired by Shakespeare's texts, and will showcase members of the cast of Falstaff.
Contact: 413.528.0100
Location: The Mount. 2 Plunkett Street. Lenox, MA
Scott Yoo and Friends
Tannery Pond Concerts
August 14, 2021 : 8PM
Scott Yoo, violin, Alice K. Dade, flute, Sophie Shai, cello, Maurycy Banaszek, viola
Contact: 888.820.1696
Location: Darrow School, 110 Darrow Rd., New Lebanon, NY 12125
Verdi's Falstaff
Berkshire Opera Festival
August 21, 2021 : 1PM
Mainstage blockbuster is a new mounting of Verdi's comic masterpiece with one of the world's most sought-after Verdi baritones in the title role, the incomparable Sebastian Catana.
Also performed on August 24 & 27 at 7:30PM
Contact: 413.528.0100
Location: 14 Castle Street. Great Barrington MA 01230
THE FOUR AGREEMENTS FOR A BETTER LIFE
Omega Institute
September 9, 2021 – September 12, 2021 :
Don Miguel Ruiz and sons show us how to transform our lives with The Four Agreements. This will be don Miguel Ruiz's last time teaching at Omega before retirement. Don't miss out!
Contact: 845.266.4444
Location: 150 Lake Drive. Rhinebeck NY 12572
Paul Huang & Helen Huang
Tannery Pond Concerts
September 18, 2021 : 6PM
Felix Mendelssohn, Johannes Brahms, Johan Sibelius, Camille Saint-Saëns. Paul Huang on violin and Helen Huang on piano.
Contact: 888.820.1696
Location: Darrow School, 110 Darrow Rd., New Lebanon, NY 12125
Nate Bargatze
Warner Theater
September 18, 2021 : 8PM
Good Problem to Have Tour. Hailing from Old Hickory, Tennessee, rising stand-up comedian Nate Bargatze is selling out shows across America. On March 26th, Nate’s first solo one hour Netflix special, The Tennessee Kid, will premiere globally.
Contact: 860.489.7180
Location: Oneglia Auditorium. 68 Main Street. Torrington CT 06790
RADICAL WISDOM: THE WORK OF BYRON KATIE
Omega Institute
October 22, 2021 – October 24, 2021 :
Byron Katie says you can change the world by making minor shifts in your thinking. Experience the radical wisdom and find freedom, by undoing whatever makes you unhappy and allowing your mind to return to its true, peaceful, creative state.
Contact: 845.266.4444
Location: 150 Lake Drive. Rhinebeck NY 12572

Ongoing Events

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James Turrell: Into the Light
MASSMoCA
July 12, 2020 – December 31, 2025 :
In James Turrell’s hands, light is more than simply a source of illumination: it is a discrete, physical object. His sculptures and architectural interventions elevate our experience and perception of light and space.
Contact: 413.662.2111
Location: 1040 MASS MoCA WAY North Adams, MA 01247
Pops Peterson: Rockwell Revisited
Norman Rockwell Museum
October 17, 2020 – May 31, 2021 :
A series of artworks reimagining mid-century illustrations by Norman Rockwell in a manner reflective of today’s times.
Contact: 413.931.2221
Location: 9 Route 183 Stockbridge MA 01262
Earth Expo
Berkshire Museum
November 1, 2020 – November 4, 2021 :
The scope and speed of climate change can be overwhelming. Acting, listening and learning together can make our community stronger. Learn about climate resilience, energy efficiency and environmental action.
Contact: 413.443.7171
Location: Online Gathering
This is Not a Gag
MASSMoCA
November 7, 2020 – November 7, 2021 :
Richard Nielsen reveals the fiercest and finest parts of human nature in This is Not a Gag, his series of portraits of people in their face masks.
Contact: 413.662.2111
Location: 1040 MASS MoCA WAY North Adams, MA 01247
Mario Merz
Dia:Beacon
November 20, 2020 – May 30, 2025 :
The exhibition revisits Merz’s key forms and motifs, distinctive use of neon, and deployment of the Fibonacci sequence—where each number equals the sum of the two that precede it—for the structure of his installations.
Location: Riggio Galleries. 3 Beekman Street. Beacon NY
Auditory After Hours:Clipping
MASSMoCA
December 5, 2020 – December 19, 2021 : 7PM. 7:30PM. 8PM
The only Hugo Award-nominated rap group delivers boundless oceanic soundscape of never-before-heard tracks that engulf listeners as they wander the dusk-filled galleries.
Saturday, December 5, 12, & 19
Contact: 413.662.2111
Location: 1040 MASS MoCA WAY North Adams, MA 01247
American Art Now and Then
Eckert Fine Art
December 5, 2020 – May 31, 2021 :
Featured artists include:
Sol LeWitt, James Turrell, Robert Rauschenberg, Eric Forstmann, Don Gummer, Chizuru Morii Kaplan, Matt Baumgardner, Tami Bahat, Gregory Crewdson, Robert Mapplethorpe, Claes Oldenburg, Larry Rivers and Hunt Slonem.
Contact: 413.398.5905
Location: 1315 MASS MoCA Way, North Adams, MA 01247
ERIN SHIRREFF: REMAINDERS
Clark Art Institute
January 16, 2021 – January 2, 2022 :
This yearlong exhibition in public spaces around the Clark examines Erin Shirreff’s practice—between analog and digital media, two and three dimensions, and still and moving images—and its fascination with the mythmaking behind art history.
Contact: 413.528.1216 ex 3102
Location: 225 South Street. Williamstown. MA 01267
ARTIST ERIN SHIRREFF
The Clark Art Institute
January 21, 2021 – January 2, 2022 :
Contemporary artist Erin Shirreff (Canadian, b. 1975). Remainders presents photographs, prints and video that examine Shirreff’s fascination with the mythmaking behind art history through a practice that spans analog and digital media, two and three dimensions and still and moving images.
Contact: 413.458.2303
Location: 225 South Street. Williamstown MA 01267
125 Works by 46 Artists
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
January 30, 2021 – April 30, 2021 :
A worldwide pandemic has not stopped the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Berkshire Community College from its annual art show - it's simply moved online. Reception on Saturday, January 30th.
Contact: 413.236.2190
Location: virtual
Norman Rockwell: The Art of Persuasion
Norman Rockwell Museum
February 4, 2021 – May 21, 2021 :
“No matter how beautiful an advertising picture may be, if it does not sell the product which it advertises, it is a failure.”
— Norman Rockwell
Contact: 413.931.2221
Location: 9 Route 183 Stockbridge MA 01262
Editorial Cartoons from the Nixon and Clinton Eras
Norman Rockwell Museum
February 4, 2021 – May 21, 2021 :
Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist Patrick Oliphant whose finely-tuned drawings have cast a clear eye on global politics, culture, the economy and scandals and his caricatures of American presidents and other powerful leaders are world renowned.
Contact: 413.931.2221
Location: 9 Route 183 Stockbridge MA 01262
Norman Rockwell: Covering the Post
Norman Rockwell Museum
February 4, 2021 – May 31, 2021 :
Anxiously awaited by an enthusiastic public, his seamless narratives assured audience engagement with the publications that commissioned his art- particularly The Saturday Evening Post, which was the primary publisher of his work for forty-seven years, from 1916-1963.
Contact: 413.931.2221
Location: 9 Route 183 Stockbridge MA 01262
Auditory After Hours: Jason Moran
MASSMoCA
February 6, 2021 – December 20, 2021 : 7PM. 7:30PM. 8PM
A selection of music specially designed for Sol LeWitt: A Wall Drawing Retrospective. LeWitt’s patterns have inspired Moran since early in his career; in Moran’s own words, this Auditory After Hours set is geared toward “breaking the grid”—whether you enjoy it in LeWitt or any of our expansive galleries.
Saturday, February 6. 13 & 20
Contact: 413.662.2111
Location: 1040 MASS MoCA WAY North Adams, MA 01247
A Change in the Light:
Clark Art Institute
February 13, 2021 – May 16, 2021 :
The Cliché-verre in Nineteenth-Century France. Forty-four cliché-verre prints from a historic portfolio. Five French artists: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, Charles-François Daubigny, Eugène Delacroix, Jean-François Millet, and Théodore Rousseau.
Contact: 413.528.1216 ex 3102
Location: Manton Research Center. 225 South Street. Williamstown. MA 01267
Ground/Work
Clark Art Institute
February 13, 2021 – October 17, 2021 :
A reverence for nature and a desire to further enliven the surrounding trails, pastures, and woods inspired Ground/work—the Clark Art Institute’s first outdoor exhibition.
Contact: 413.528.1216 ex 3102
Location: 225 South Street. Williamstown. MA 01267
Inside the Pillow Lab
Jacon's Pillow
February 18, 2021 – June 10, 2021 : 7PM
New artists. New Works in Progress. Look at who will be joining us. You can now RSVP to watch free online screenings of these works in process and live chat with the artists during the screenings on YouTube!
Taylor Stanley | Feb 18
Nélida Tirado | Mar 11
INSPIRIT | April 22
Ronald K. Brown / EVIDENCE | May 6
Music From the Sole | May 20
Zoe Scofield | Jun 10 (co-presented with MASS MoCA)
Location: Virtual
Small Town, Big Talk
The David M. Hunt Library
March 12, 2021 – May 28, 2021 :
Aimed at creating and strengthening relationships among the residents of the second-smallest town in the Nutmeg state, this civic art project will feature portrait photography by Rebecca Bloomfield, paired with insightful quotes from interviews conducted by Adam Sher.
Contact: 860.824.7424
Location: 63 Main Street. Falls Village. CT 06031
Daze Gone By
Thompson Giroux Gallery
March 13, 2021 – April 18, 2021 : Various
Featuring the artwork of Emma Heartquist, Ryan Wesley McPhail, Scout. Please call to arrange a visit or ask if a walk-in time slot is available. Open by appointment.
Contact: 518.392.3336
Location: 57 Main Street Chatham NY 12037
Small Town, Big Talk
David Hunt Library
March 15, 2021 – May 28, 2021 :
Aimed at creating and strengthening relationships among the residents of the second-smallest town in the Nutmeg state, this civic art project will feature portrait photography by Rebecca Bloomfield paired with insightful quotes from interviews conducted by Adam Sher. Free and open to the public and viewable online.
Contact: 860.824.7572
Location: 63 Main Street. Falls Village CT 06031
After the Mobile:Tim Prentice
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
March 19, 2021 – April 24, 2022 :
The exhibition will feature twenty indoor works, five outdoor works, and a video portrait of the artist, presented both in the Museum’s galleries and Sculpture Garden, with the indoor exhibition on view from March 29 to October 4, 2021, and the outdoor installation on view from September 19, 2021 to April 24, 2022.
Contact: 203.438.4519
Location: 258 Main Street. Ridgefield. CT 06877
Kianja Strobert: when is brunch
Art Omi
March 20, 2021 – May 16, 2021 :
An exhibition of sculptures, paintings and objects in-between. The artist presents a world of amusement. Bright colors, expressive marks and textured surfaces leap between objects that rest in haphazard configurations on the wall.
Contact: 518.392.4747
Location: 1405 County Route 22, Ghent, N.Y. 12075
Black and White
Craven Contemporary
March 20, 2021 – May 16, 2021 :
A group show of works exactly as its title suggests, works in a mix of mediums including video, painting, photography and prints which are either black or black and white.
Contact: 646.355.8142
Location: 5 Old Barn Road. Kent CT 06757
We've All Gone to Look for America
Kenise Barnes Fine Art
March 20, 2021 – May 1, 2021 :
A landscape painting show featuring the artists David Konigsberg, Thomas Sarrantonio, Francis Sills, and Sophie Treppendahl. They share a sentiment of longing and searching for meaning. In the wake of the past year, we are yearning for the America that we remember in our mind’s eye.
Contact: 860.592.0220
Location: 7 Fulling Lane. Kent. CT 06757
Glenn Kaino: In the Light of a Shadow
MASSMoCA
April 4, 2021 – September 5, 2021 :
inspired by the connection between protests across the globe, specifically those in response to the tragic events known as “Bloody Sunday” from Selma, Alabama and Derry, Northern Ireland.
Contact: 413.662.2111
Location: 1040 MASS MoCA WAY North Adams, MA 01247
Annual International Playwrights Festival
Warner Theater
April 9, 2021 – April 22, 2021 : 7PM
SAUL by Colleen O’Doherty of Nebraska. Nancy is claiming her husband, Saul, has turned into a dog. Bernie is concerned her sister may have gone off the deep end. By the end of their conversation, some secrets are revealed that make Bernie rethink her sister's claim.
Contact: 860.489.7180
Location: Virtual
Together in Isolation
The Re-Institute
April 14, 2021 – October 30, 2021 : Various
Contact: 518.567.5359
Location: 1395 Boston Corners Road Millerton NY 12546
Visions: Real & Imagined
Carrie Haddad Gallery
April 14, 2021 – June 6, 2021 :
Inspired by real-life subjects, these innovative artists working in painting, drawing, and photography bend reality to their creative will, accentuating and altering figures and landscapes into an imaginative realm.
Openings are suspended due to COVID-19, but the gallery encourages visitors daily 11-5 pm (except Tuesdays are by appointment only).
Contact: 518.828.1915
Location: 622 Warren Street. Hudson NY 12534
Benefit Auction 2021
MASSMoCA
April 14, 2021 – April 30, 2021 :
Alex Da Corte, Teresita Fernández, Mona Hatoum, and Xu Bing — just a few of the over 20 artists whose works will be available in MASS MoCA's Benefit Auction
Contact: 413.662.2111
Location: Online
Daffodil Days
Kent Chamber of Commerce
April 15, 2021 – April 30, 2021 :
Thousands of these beautiful yellow flowers color the village, grow along roadways and surround flagpoles. Chamber members are offering weeklong promotions featuring discounts and sales. Be sure to wear yellow because that will be your ticket to 10% off.
Contact: 860.592.0061
Location: Kent Village CT
Three New Exhibitions
Five Points Gallery
April 16, 2021 – May 22, 2021 : Various
Will Holub’s abstract assemblage paintings in the TDP Gallery.
Erin Koch Smith’s exhibition in the East Gallery features narrative based paintings.
The West Gallery features a group exhibition of four artists (John Gintoff, Eleanor Sabin, Max Seinfeld & Kevin Van Aelst) working with unique approaches of process and alternative use of media.
Contact: 860.618.7222
Location: 33 Main Street Torrington CT 06790
Reading of THE LIGHT
WAM Theatre
April 25, 2021 – May 2, 2021 :
A surprise proposal gift puts the future of Genesis and Rashad's relationship at risk when they are forced to confront a devastating secret from the past. A 70-minute, real-time rollercoaster ride of laughter, romance, and despair that uncovers how the power of radical love can be a healing beacon of light.
Contact: 413.274.8122
Location: Streaming
Four American Women
Great Barrington Public Theater
April 26, 2021 – May 9, 2021 :
An on-screen, world premiere of David Mamet’s new monologues. A riveting portrayal of American character depth and personality. Pay-to-view for a limited time only on Broadway-on-Demand.
Location: Broadway on Demand
RE-READ by Lothar Osterburg
The Re-Institute
May 1, 2021 – June 26, 2021 :
At the tail end of the Covid pandemic, the focus is on the inner world we have spent in the last year: books and interiors.
Contact: 518.567.5359
Location: 1395 Boston Corners Road Millerton NY 12546
Auditory After Hours: Tune-Yards
MASSMoCA
May 1, 2021 – May 15, 2021 : 7PM.7:30PM & 8PM
Garbus and bassist Nate Brenner churn out endlessly danceable and inventive indie-pop tracks. A collage of soulful "rhythms and art-punk dreams".
Saturday, May 1, 8 & 15
Contact: 413.662.2111
Location: Virtual
Flights of Fancy
Berkshire Botanical Garden
May 1, 2021 – June 6, 2021 :
The Botancial and Bejeweled Universe of Mindy Lam. A hallmark of Mindy’s style is her technical ability to sculpt and visually transform hard materials like metal into illusions of fragility and softness, creating metal lace by repetitive braiding and weaving of wire that appears from afar as diaphanous as thread.
Opening Reception May 1. 5-7PM at Center House Leonhardt Galleries.
Contact: 413.298.3926
Location: 600 Stockbridge Road Great Barrington MA 01230
Splash: The Art of the Swimming Pool
Hickory Stick Bookshop
May 5, 2021 : 3 PM
Designer, traveler and writer Annie Kelly along with photographer Tim Street-Porter will be at The Hickory Stick Bookshop in celebration of their new collaboration, Splash: The Art of the Swimming Pool (Rizzoli, $55), a stunning new book celebrating “the style, design, and joy” of the private, at-home swimming pool.
2019-06-08
Contact: 860.868.0525
Location: 1201 2 Green Hill Road Washington Depot CT 06793
I AM MY OWN WIFE
Warner Theater
May 14, 2021 – May 22, 2021 : 8PM
This Pulitzer Prize-winning drama by Doug Wright tells the fascinating story of Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, an elegant and eccentric 65-year old German transgender woman who, against all odds, managed to survive both the Nazi onslaught and the repressive East German Communist regime.
Contact: 860.489.7180
Location: Virtual Event
If You Lived Here You'd Be Home By Now
Wassaic Project
May 22, 2021 – September 18, 2021 : 3PM – Late
Annual Summer Exhibition will feature 35 artists in and around the mill with a particular emphasis on immersive, site-specific installations.
Contact: 855.927.7242
Location: 37 Furnace Bank Road Wassaic NY 12592
WHO COULD ASK FOR ANYTHING MORE?
Barrington Stage Company
June 10, 2021 – July 3, 2021 :
The Songs of George Gershwin. Celebrate one of the greatest composers of the 20th Century. From “I Got Rhythm” to “Embraceable You” to “Summertime,” George Gershwin’s soaring, glorious music will lift up your spirits and warm your hearts.
Contact: 877.250.2929
Location: BSC Production Center. 34 Laurel Street. Pittsfield MA
The Importance Of Being Earnest
Berkshire Theatre Group
June 18, 2021 – July 10, 2021 :
Oscar Wilde's story of two bachelor friends, dandy Algernon Moncrieff and reliable John (Jack) Worthing, as they take on double lives to court the attentions of the desirable Gwendolyn Fairfax and the romantic Cecily Cardew.
Contact: 413.298.5576
Location: Fitzpatrick Main Stage. 83 Main Street. Stockbridge MA 01262
CHESTER BAILEY
Barrington Stage Company
June 18, 2021 – July 3, 2021 :
In a stateside hospital at the close of World War II, a young man recovers from catastrophic injuries. Or so the doctors have told him. But Chester Bailey denies what’s happened to him has actually happened, which is how he comes under the care of Dr. Philip Cotton.
Contact: 877.250.2929
Location: Boyd/Quinson Stage. 30 Union Street. Pittsfield MA
Lear
Shakespeare & Company
July 2, 2021 – August 29, 2021 :
“Nothing will come of nothing, speak again.” —King Lear
The once powerful King Lear chooses to divide his kingdom between his three daughters, and so begins one of Shakespeare’s most moving tragedies.
Contact: 413.637.3353
Location: Spruce Theatre 70 Kemble Street Lenox MA 01240
Brenda Zlamany
The Re-Institute
July 3, 2021 – September 18, 2021 :
The Itinerant Portraitist. Part of a multi-year project in which Brenda explores the constructive effects in communities around the globe.
Contact: 518.567.5359
Location: 1395 Boston Corners Road Millerton NY 12546
BECOMING OTHELLO: A Black Girl’s Journey
Shakespeare & Company
July 16, 2021 – July 25, 2021 :
An autobiographical solo show written and performed by Debra Ann Byrd. It is a personal, poignant and powerful story of perseverance, tragedy, triumph—and ultimately unconditional love.
Contact: 413.637.3353
Location: Roman Garden Theatre 70 Kemble Street Lenox MA 01240
ELEANOR
Barrington Stage Company
July 16, 2021 – August 1, 2021 :
Artist and playwright Mark St. Germain brings to life Eleanor Roosevelt, the most influential First Lady the world has ever seen. From her “Ugly Duckling” upbringing to her unorthodox marriage to Franklin, Eleanor puts her controversial life, loves and passions on the stage.
Contact: 877.250.2929
Location: Boyd/Quinson Stage. 30 Union Street. Pittsfield MA
BOCA
Barrington Stage Company
July 30, 2021 – August 22, 2021 :
World Premiere Play. Are you ready for some laughs? Come, soak up the good life in Boca Raton, a city that offers the fountain of youth; the sun always shines, the lawn’s are always manicured, and the weather holds steady at a perfect 75.
Contact: 877.250.2929
Location: BSC Production Center. 34 Laurel Street. Pittsfield MA
SISTER SORRY
Barrington Stage Company
August 12, 2021 – August 29, 2021 :
Wilkinson described his encounters with a conceptual artist in New York who maintained an answering machine on which the artist encouraged callers to confess their crimes.
Contact: 877.250.2929
Location: Boyd/Quinson Stage. 30 Union Street. Pittsfield MA
Nina Simone: Four Women
Berkshire Theatre Group
August 13, 2021 – September 5, 2021 :
Outside in The Courtyard at The Unicorn Theatre one imagines a conversation, often through music, between Simone and three African-American women.
Contact: 413.298.5576
Location: The Unicorn Theatre. 6 East Street . Stockbridge MA 01262
Measure for Measure
Shakespeare & Company
September 1, 2021 – September 5, 2021 :
By William Shakespeare. When Angelo is abruptly appointed to rule over a chaotic and debauched city, he restores order with repressive laws and an iron fist over licentiousness. The object of his own twisted desire is a young nun, whom he puts in an unthinkable position.
Contact: 413.637.3353
Location: Roman Garden Theatre 70 Kemble Street Lenox MA 01240
A CROSSING: WORLD PREMIERE MUSICAL
Barrington Stage Company
September 23, 2021 – October 17, 2021 :
Pulsing with energy and emotional intensity, this story about a group of migrants crossing the southern border is raw, visceral and electrifying — demonstrating the personal impact of crossing an “invisible line.”
Contact: 877.250.2929
Location: Boyd/Quinson Stage. 30 Union Street. Pittsfield MA
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