Events

Event Calendar for The Berkshires and Litchfield County

Sep
15
Sun
2019 HOUSATONIC HERITAGE WALKS – 60+ FREE EVENTS IN THE BERKSHIRES, MA & LITCHFIELD COUNTY, CT
Sep 15 all-day

FOR DETAILED SCHEDULE OF ALL EVENTS, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE –“2019 HOUSATONIC HERITAGE WALKS”—-

www.HousatonicHeritage.org/events/heritage-walks

CLICK ON “READ MORE” & THEN CLICK ON  “EVENT WEBSITE”  ON NEXT PAGE

Falls Village, CT–Dover Quartet @ Music Mountain Festival
Sep 15 @ 3:00 pm

MOZART: Adagio and Fugue in C Minor, K. 546 (1788) HINDEMITH: String Quartet #3 in C Major, Op. 16 (1920) BRAHMS: String Quartet #3 in B Flat Major, Op. 67 (1875)

Box Office: (860) 824-7126

Sharon, CT–Nunsense stage production @ Sharon Playhouse
Sep 15 @ 3:00 pm

also Saturday, August 31 sept 5, 7, 12, 14 at 2 PM

Nunsense is a hilarious talent show staged by five survivors at the Little Sisters of Hoboken nunnery, the rest of the sisterhood having succumbed to botulism after eating vichyssoise prepared by Sister Julia, Child of God. The remaining “Little Hobos” parade their talents at a variety show staged to raise funds so that the last four of the dearly departed can be buried.

The score pulses with merriment and an unabashed desire to make you laugh, with songs and spontaneous comic interludes paced at break-neck speed. Amid the merriment is a riotous audience participation quiz that has everyone rolling in the aisles, Nunsense offers a cornucopia of hilarity for the whole family, proving conclusively that nun rhymes with fun!

Call the Administrative office (860) 364-7469(ext. 200)
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Sep
18
Wed
Lenox, MA–Mass Audubon – Birding Walk @ Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary
Sep 18 @ 8:00 am – 9:30 am

Audience: Adult —– Free event
Pleasant Valley’s beaver ponds, wetlands, and woods are super sites to see beautiful warblers, thrushes, tanager, orioles, and more during the peak of migration. We’ll explore rich bird habitat and observe changes in bird species each week. Supported in part by Lenox Cultural Council. Beginners welcome. Registration not required.

Sep
19
Thu
Pittsfield, MA–3rd Thursday Cultural Street Festival: Jacob’s Pillow Pop-Up Performance–Barkha Dance Company
Sep 19 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

For Third Thursday, Barkha Dance Company (BDC)’s Artistic Director, Barkha Patel performs a solo of pure Kathak dance accompanied with live music by Mike Lukshis on Tabla, the main percussion instrument of Kathak, and Rohan Prabhudesai on harmonium. BDC creates works to forge links between contemporary themes and traditional Indian Kathak dance.

A Jacob’s Pillow-curated dance series presented in the Dance Zone at the north end of Pittsfield’s Third Thursday cultural street festival. Third Thursday runs from 5-8 pm where North Street is closed to vehicular traffic from West Street to Linden Street. All events at Third Thursday are family-friendly, FREE, and open to the public featuring live music, local food, craft vendors, street performers, and plenty more. Organized by the City of Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development.
Visit their website or call 413.499.9348 for more information.

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Sep
20
Fri
Lenox, MA–“Time Stands Still” Performance @ Shakespeare & Co.
Sep 20 @ 7:30 pm

Nominated for 2010 Tony Award Best Play

“Crackles with bright wit and intelligence.” – The New York Times

“Donald Margulies’ TIME STANDS STILL compellingly demonstrates what a master playwright can do with great economy and efficiency…A rare play that encompasses universal issues and personal problems with equal compassionate insight. A splendid theatrical experience.”— —Bloomberg News

Sep
21
Sat
2019 HOUSATONIC HERITAGE WALKS – 60+ FREE EVENTS IN THE BERKSHIRES, MA & LITCHFIELD COUNTY, CT
Sep 21 all-day

FOR DETAILED SCHEDULE OF ALL EVENTS, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE –“2019 HOUSATONIC HERITAGE WALKS”—-

www.HousatonicHeritage.org/events/heritage-walks

CLICK ON “READ MORE” & THEN CLICK ON  “EVENT WEBSITE”  ON NEXT PAGE

Great Barrington, MA– Housatonic Heritage Paddling on the Housatonic River with the Housatonic Valley Association
Sep 21 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Trip Length: 7 miles Level: Beginner (10+yrs)

Get your family out for a day of river exploration. We’ll paddle from Bridge Street, Great Barrington to the Covered Bridge in Sheffi eld stopping for lunch on a sandbar where the Green River joins the Housatonic. This meandering stretch of the Housatonic River is mostly calm with occasional quickwater.

 

Lenox, MA–“Time Stands Still” Performance @ Shakespeare & Co.
Sep 21 @ 7:30 pm

Nominated for 2010 Tony Award Best Play

“Crackles with bright wit and intelligence.” – The New York Times

“Donald Margulies’ TIME STANDS STILL compellingly demonstrates what a master playwright can do with great economy and efficiency…A rare play that encompasses universal issues and personal problems with equal compassionate insight. A splendid theatrical experience.”— —Bloomberg News

Sep
22
Sun
2019 HOUSATONIC HERITAGE WALKS – 60+ FREE EVENTS IN THE BERKSHIRES, MA & LITCHFIELD COUNTY, CT
Sep 22 all-day

FOR DETAILED SCHEDULE OF ALL EVENTS, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE –“2019 HOUSATONIC HERITAGE WALKS”—-

www.HousatonicHeritage.org/events/heritage-walks

CLICK ON “READ MORE” & THEN CLICK ON  “EVENT WEBSITE”  ON NEXT PAGE

Lanesboro, MA–“Mountaintop Walk” (Nature & History Walk on the Summit of Mount Greylock), @ Bascom Lodge--Atop Mount Greylock
Sep 22 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Free and Open to the Public.

ESTABLISHED IN 1898, THE RESERVATION WAS THE FIRST LAND PRESERVED-IN-TRUST FOR THE CITIZENS OF MASSACHUSETTS AS
A WILDERNESS PARK; THE FLAGSHIP PROPERTY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION AND RECREATION.

AT AN ELEVATION OF 3,491 FEET, GREYLOCK DOMINATES THE SURROUNDING LANDSCAPE AFFORDING VISITORS TO THE PARK
VISTAS OF FOUR STATES AND FIVE MOUNTAIN RANGES. WITH OVER 70 MILES OF WOODLAND TRAILS, INCLUDING AN 11.5 MILE
SECTION OF THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL THAT PASSES WITHIN A FEW FEET OF THE LODGE’S FRONT DOOR, THE RESERVATION
ENABLES GUESTS ACCESS TO A DIVERSE ARRAY OF OUTDOOR EXPERIENCES. FROM A STRENUOUS CLIMB UP THE MOUNTAINS
EASTERN FACE TO A WALK THROUGH A SPRAWLING CLIFF-TOP LOW BUSH BLUEBERRY PATCH, THE PARK’S MANY TRAILS AND
VARYING TERRAINS OFFER AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF ADVENTURES THAT CHANGE FROM SEASON-TO-SEASON AND DAY-TO-DAY.
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Lanesboro, MA–“Mountaintop Walk” (Nature & History Walk on the Summit of Mount Greylock), @ Bascom Lodge--Atop Mount Greylock
Sep 22 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Free and Open to the Public.

ESTABLISHED IN 1898, THE RESERVATION WAS THE FIRST LAND PRESERVED-IN-TRUST FOR THE CITIZENS OF MASSACHUSETTS AS
A WILDERNESS PARK; THE FLAGSHIP PROPERTY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION AND RECREATION.

AT AN ELEVATION OF 3,491 FEET, GREYLOCK DOMINATES THE SURROUNDING LANDSCAPE AFFORDING VISITORS TO THE PARK
VISTAS OF FOUR STATES AND FIVE MOUNTAIN RANGES. WITH OVER 70 MILES OF WOODLAND TRAILS, INCLUDING AN 11.5 MILE
SECTION OF THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL THAT PASSES WITHIN A FEW FEET OF THE LODGE’S FRONT DOOR, THE RESERVATION
ENABLES GUESTS ACCESS TO A DIVERSE ARRAY OF OUTDOOR EXPERIENCES. FROM A STRENUOUS CLIMB UP THE MOUNTAINS
EASTERN FACE TO A WALK THROUGH A SPRAWLING CLIFF-TOP LOW BUSH BLUEBERRY PATCH, THE PARK’S MANY TRAILS AND
VARYING TERRAINS OFFER AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF ADVENTURES THAT CHANGE FROM SEASON-TO-SEASON AND DAY-TO-DAY.
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Falls Village, CT–Juilliard String Quartet @ Music Mountain Festival
Sep 22 @ 3:00 pm

Special Concert – MOZART: String Quartet in B Flat Major, K. 458 “The Hunt” (1784) BRITTEN: String Quartet No. 3 in G Major, Op. 94 (1975) BRAHMS: String Quartet in A Minor, Op. 51 #2 (1873)

Box Office: (860) 824-7126
Email: info@musicmountain.org

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Sep
25
Wed
Lenox, MA–Mass Audubon – Birding Walk @ Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary
Sep 25 @ 8:00 am – 9:30 am

Audience: Adult —– Free event
Pleasant Valley’s beaver ponds, wetlands, and woods are super sites to see beautiful warblers, thrushes, tanager, orioles, and more during the peak of migration. We’ll explore rich bird habitat and observe changes in bird species each week. Supported in part by Lenox Cultural Council. Beginners welcome. Registration not required.

Sep
26
Thu
Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Sep 26 @ 7:00 pm

7 pm–9/26-27-28– 10/2-3-4-5-10-11-12-16-17-18-19

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Sep
27
Fri
Kent, CT–Conn. Antique Museum Assoc’s famous, annual Kent Fall Festival @ CAMA (CT Antique Museum Assoc) museum grounds
Sep 27 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

This event is held rain or shine. We have plenty of indoor shelter.

Our restored drag saw will be demonstrated, as well as our American #1 sawmill. Both have plenty of logs to be cut. There will be demonstrations throughout the weekend of the sawmill, as well as our other wood handling machinery including an antique planer and a splitter.  All this in our consolidated wood handling area at the north end of the exhibit field.

Skip Kern, our lead man in the Blacksmith Shop, plans a full weekend of demonstrations along with a number of other area blacksmiths setting up shop in and near ours.

There has been much cosmetic improvement in our Industrial Hall of Steam. Come see the improved appearance and stay for the live demonstrations of our various antique steam engines.  We will be running the Nagle-Corliss engine that saw its operational debut at our 2015 show.

Take a ride on Hawaii Railway #5, a restored 1925 Baldwin narrow gauge locomotive.  As always, the ride is free and as always the running of #5 is subject to weather  and the will of the machinery gods.

See the now completed addition to the CT Museum of Mining and Mineral Science. John Pawloski and a dedicated team have been hard at work preparing special new exhibits for this substantial addition.

Besides all of CAMA’s permanent exhibits, the grounds will be filled with vendors and outside exhibitors that have brought items to be sold, or shown off.

Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Sep 27 @ 7:00 pm

7 pm–9/26-27-28– 10/2-3-4-5-10-11-12-16-17-18-19

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Lenox, MA–“Time Stands Still” Performance @ Shakespeare & Co.
Sep 27 @ 7:30 pm

Nominated for 2010 Tony Award Best Play

“Crackles with bright wit and intelligence.” – The New York Times

“Donald Margulies’ TIME STANDS STILL compellingly demonstrates what a master playwright can do with great economy and efficiency…A rare play that encompasses universal issues and personal problems with equal compassionate insight. A splendid theatrical experience.”— —Bloomberg News

Sep
28
Sat
2019 HOUSATONIC HERITAGE WALKS – 60+ FREE EVENTS IN THE BERKSHIRES, MA & LITCHFIELD COUNTY, CT
Sep 28 all-day

FOR DETAILED SCHEDULE OF ALL EVENTS, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE –“2019 HOUSATONIC HERITAGE WALKS”—-

www.HousatonicHeritage.org/events/heritage-walks

CLICK ON “READ MORE” & THEN CLICK ON  “EVENT WEBSITE”  ON NEXT PAGE

Kent, CT–Conn. Antique Museum Assoc’s famous, annual Kent Fall Festival @ CAMA (CT Antique Museum Assoc) museum grounds
Sep 28 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

This event is held rain or shine. We have plenty of indoor shelter.

Our restored drag saw will be demonstrated, as well as our American #1 sawmill. Both have plenty of logs to be cut. There will be demonstrations throughout the weekend of the sawmill, as well as our other wood handling machinery including an antique planer and a splitter.  All this in our consolidated wood handling area at the north end of the exhibit field.

Skip Kern, our lead man in the Blacksmith Shop, plans a full weekend of demonstrations along with a number of other area blacksmiths setting up shop in and near ours.

There has been much cosmetic improvement in our Industrial Hall of Steam. Come see the improved appearance and stay for the live demonstrations of our various antique steam engines.  We will be running the Nagle-Corliss engine that saw its operational debut at our 2015 show.

Take a ride on Hawaii Railway #5, a restored 1925 Baldwin narrow gauge locomotive.  As always, the ride is free and as always the running of #5 is subject to weather  and the will of the machinery gods.

See the now completed addition to the CT Museum of Mining and Mineral Science. John Pawloski and a dedicated team have been hard at work preparing special new exhibits for this substantial addition.

Besides all of CAMA’s permanent exhibits, the grounds will be filled with vendors and outside exhibitors that have brought items to be sold, or shown off.

Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Sep 28 @ 2:00 pm

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Sep 28 @ 7:00 pm

7 pm–9/26-27-28– 10/2-3-4-5-10-11-12-16-17-18-19

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Lenox, MA–“Time Stands Still” Performance @ Shakespeare & Co.
Sep 28 @ 7:30 pm

Nominated for 2010 Tony Award Best Play

“Crackles with bright wit and intelligence.” – The New York Times

“Donald Margulies’ TIME STANDS STILL compellingly demonstrates what a master playwright can do with great economy and efficiency…A rare play that encompasses universal issues and personal problems with equal compassionate insight. A splendid theatrical experience.”— —Bloomberg News

Sep
29
Sun
2019 HOUSATONIC HERITAGE WALKS – 60+ FREE EVENTS IN THE BERKSHIRES, MA & LITCHFIELD COUNTY, CT
Sep 29 all-day

FOR DETAILED SCHEDULE OF ALL EVENTS, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE –“2019 HOUSATONIC HERITAGE WALKS”—-

www.HousatonicHeritage.org/events/heritage-walks

CLICK ON “READ MORE” & THEN CLICK ON  “EVENT WEBSITE”  ON NEXT PAGE

Kent, CT–Conn. Antique Museum Assoc’s famous, annual Kent Fall Festival @ CAMA (CT Antique Museum Assoc) museum grounds
Sep 29 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

This event is held rain or shine. We have plenty of indoor shelter.

Our restored drag saw will be demonstrated, as well as our American #1 sawmill. Both have plenty of logs to be cut. There will be demonstrations throughout the weekend of the sawmill, as well as our other wood handling machinery including an antique planer and a splitter.  All this in our consolidated wood handling area at the north end of the exhibit field.

Skip Kern, our lead man in the Blacksmith Shop, plans a full weekend of demonstrations along with a number of other area blacksmiths setting up shop in and near ours.

There has been much cosmetic improvement in our Industrial Hall of Steam. Come see the improved appearance and stay for the live demonstrations of our various antique steam engines.  We will be running the Nagle-Corliss engine that saw its operational debut at our 2015 show.

Take a ride on Hawaii Railway #5, a restored 1925 Baldwin narrow gauge locomotive.  As always, the ride is free and as always the running of #5 is subject to weather  and the will of the machinery gods.

See the now completed addition to the CT Museum of Mining and Mineral Science. John Pawloski and a dedicated team have been hard at work preparing special new exhibits for this substantial addition.

Besides all of CAMA’s permanent exhibits, the grounds will be filled with vendors and outside exhibitors that have brought items to be sold, or shown off.

Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Sep 29 @ 2:00 pm

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Lanesboro, MA– “Forests and Climate Change” Presentation @ Bascom Lodge--Atop Mount Greylock
Sep 29 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

(Presentation on how the presence or lack of forests impact climate), 6-7pm. Free and Open to the Public.

Free and Open to the Public.

ESTABLISHED IN 1898, THE RESERVATION WAS THE FIRST LAND PRESERVED-IN-TRUST FOR THE CITIZENS OF MASSACHUSETTS AS
A WILDERNESS PARK; THE FLAGSHIP PROPERTY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION AND RECREATION.

AT AN ELEVATION OF 3,491 FEET, GREYLOCK DOMINATES THE SURROUNDING LANDSCAPE AFFORDING VISITORS TO THE PARK
VISTAS OF FOUR STATES AND FIVE MOUNTAIN RANGES. WITH OVER 70 MILES OF WOODLAND TRAILS, INCLUDING AN 11.5 MILE
SECTION OF THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL THAT PASSES WITHIN A FEW FEET OF THE LODGE’S FRONT DOOR, THE RESERVATION
ENABLES GUESTS ACCESS TO A DIVERSE ARRAY OF OUTDOOR EXPERIENCES. FROM A STRENUOUS CLIMB UP THE MOUNTAINS
EASTERN FACE TO A WALK THROUGH A SPRAWLING CLIFF-TOP LOW BUSH BLUEBERRY PATCH, THE PARK’S MANY TRAILS AND
VARYING TERRAINS OFFER AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF ADVENTURES THAT CHANGE FROM SEASON-TO-SEASON AND DAY-TO-DAY.
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Sep
30
Mon
Pittsfield, MA–WordxWord event: Dreaming in America @ Berkshire Museum
Sep 30 @ 7:00 pm

 

Poets Creating Conversation
[Free]

Poets tackle the American Dream or poets dream in America. We’ll hold these truths to be self evident. Poet? Found out how you can participate.

Poets Creating Conversation challenges poets to circle loosely around a theme or issue to create a broad, multi-dimensional “conversation” between poems, poets, and audience.

Oct
2
Wed
Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Oct 2 @ 7:00 pm

7 pm–9/26-27-28– 10/2-3-4-5-10-11-12-16-17-18-19

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Oct
3
Thu
Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Oct 3 @ 7:00 pm

7 pm–9/26-27-28– 10/2-3-4-5-10-11-12-16-17-18-19

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Oct
4
Fri
Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Oct 4 @ 7:00 pm

7 pm–9/26-27-28– 10/2-3-4-5-10-11-12-16-17-18-19

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Lenox, MA–“Time Stands Still” Performance @ Shakespeare & Co.
Oct 4 @ 7:30 pm

Nominated for 2010 Tony Award Best Play

“Crackles with bright wit and intelligence.” – The New York Times

“Donald Margulies’ TIME STANDS STILL compellingly demonstrates what a master playwright can do with great economy and efficiency…A rare play that encompasses universal issues and personal problems with equal compassionate insight. A splendid theatrical experience.”— —Bloomberg News

Oct
5
Sat
Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Oct 5 @ 2:00 pm

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Oct 5 @ 7:00 pm

7 pm–9/26-27-28– 10/2-3-4-5-10-11-12-16-17-18-19

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Oct
6
Sun
Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Oct 6 @ 2:00 pm

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Oct
10
Thu
Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Oct 10 @ 7:00 pm

7 pm–9/26-27-28– 10/2-3-4-5-10-11-12-16-17-18-19

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Oct
11
Fri
Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Oct 11 @ 7:00 pm

7 pm–9/26-27-28– 10/2-3-4-5-10-11-12-16-17-18-19

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Gt. Barrington, MA–Paul Taylor Dance Company @ The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
Oct 11 @ 8:00 pm

also on Sunday, October 13th at 2 pm

Paul Taylor Dance Company returns for its twelfth consecutive season at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center with three performances over Columbus Day Weekend. The celebrated modern dance company continues the legacy of its late founder Paul Taylor under the new leadership of Artistic Director Michael Novak.

Box Office: 413-528-0100 Admin: 413-644-9040

Oct
12
Sat
Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Oct 12 @ 2:00 pm

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Oct 12 @ 7:00 pm

7 pm–9/26-27-28– 10/2-3-4-5-10-11-12-16-17-18-19

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Gt. Barrington, MA–Paul Taylor Dance Company @ The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
Oct 12 @ 8:00 pm

also on Sunday, October 13th at 2 pm

Paul Taylor Dance Company returns for its twelfth consecutive season at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center with three performances over Columbus Day Weekend. The celebrated modern dance company continues the legacy of its late founder Paul Taylor under the new leadership of Artistic Director Michael Novak.

Box Office: 413-528-0100 Admin: 413-644-9040

Oct
13
Sun
Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Oct 13 @ 2:00 pm

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Mt. Greylock, Lanesboro/Adams, MA–Benefits of Wild Forests (Bascom Lodge talk & dine presentation) @ Bascom Lodge at the Summit of Mt. Greylock
Oct 13 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Presentation on why forests should be allowed to grow “wild”
Free and Open to the Public.

ESTABLISHED IN 1898, THE RESERVATION WAS THE FIRST LAND PRESERVED-IN-TRUST FOR THE CITIZENS OF MASSACHUSETTS AS A WILDERNESS PARK; THE FLAGSHIP PROPERTY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION AND RECREATION.

AT AN ELEVATION OF 3,491 FEET, GREYLOCK DOMINATES THE SURROUNDING LANDSCAPE AFFORDING VISITORS TO THE PARK VISTAS OF FOUR STATES AND FIVE MOUNTAIN RANGES. WITH OVER 70 MILES OF WOODLAND TRAILS, INCLUDING AN 11.5 MILE SECTION OF THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL THAT PASSES WITHIN A FEW FEET OF THE LODGE’S FRONT DOOR, THE RESERVATION ENABLES GUESTS ACCESS TO A DIVERSE ARRAY OF OUTDOOR EXPERIENCES. FROM A STRENUOUS CLIMB UP THE MOUNTAINS EASTERN FACE TO A WALK THROUGH A SPRAWLING CLIFF-TOP LOW BUSH BLUEBERRY PATCH, THE PARK’S MANY TRAILS AND VARYING TERRAINS OFFER AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF ADVENTURES THAT CHANGE FROM SEASON-TO-SEASON AND DAY-TO-DAY.

Oct
17
Thu
Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Oct 17 @ 7:00 pm

7 pm–9/26-27-28– 10/2-3-4-5-10-11-12-16-17-18-19

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Oct
18
Fri
Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Oct 18 @ 7:00 pm

7 pm–9/26-27-28– 10/2-3-4-5-10-11-12-16-17-18-19

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Oct
19
Sat
Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Oct 19 @ 2:00 pm

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Oct 19 @ 7:00 pm

7 pm–9/26-27-28– 10/2-3-4-5-10-11-12-16-17-18-19

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Oct
20
Sun
Stockbridge, MA–“What The Jews Believe” Performance @ Berkshire Theatre Festival--THE UNICORN THEATRE
Oct 20 @ 2:00 pm

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town. His son Nathan feels isolated attempting to understand the family’s beliefs, while his wife Rachel faces an even greater crisis of faith. Meanwhile, Dave struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for his searching family.

Written and directed by Mark Harelik (The Immigrant; TV: The Big Bang Theory), What the Jews Believe is a poignant story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

Tickets: $52

Oct
24
Thu
Lenox, MA–“Pipeline” Play Performance by Dominique Morisseau @ Shakespeare & Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre,
Oct 24 @ 7:30 pm

In Partnership with Multicultural BRIDGE

A powerful and thought-provoking examination of race, class, and the American education system.  It’s a gamble… All the time. You send your young man out into the world every day… But you don’t know… you have no idea if they’re safe. You have no idea if one day someone will try to expire them because they are too young. Or too black. Or too threatening. Or too loud. Or too uninformed. Or too angry. Or too quiet. Or too everyday. Or too cool. Or too uncomposed. Or too mysterious. Or just too TOO… It leaves a tremble in your heart on a daily.”

Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher is committed to her students, and desperate to give her only son opportunities they’ll never have. When a controversial incident in his upstate private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. Pipeline is Dominique Morisseau’s beautiful and deeply moving story of a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.

Audience Advisory: Mature language. Recommended for ages 13+

Tickets: Preview tickets Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 at 7:30 pm are $25 & $30.   Tickets to all other performances start at $30.

Student tickets are available for $15 each and may be purchased over the phone at 413-637-3353 or in person at the Shakespeare & Company Box Office. Student tickets are not available for purchase online.

All tickets are available through the Shakespeare & Company box office: online at shakespeare.org, call 413-637-3353, or visit http://bit.ly/WAMPipeline

The box office, located at 70 Kemble Street in Lenox, is open from 11 am-3 pm, plus 90 minutes prior to any performance. Closed Mondays.

In keeping with WAM’s philanthropic mission, a portion of box office proceeds will be donated to the Harmony Homestead & Wholeness Center and the Women of Color Giving Circle.

Oct
25
Fri
Lenox, MA–“Pipeline” Play Performance by Dominique Morisseau @ Shakespeare & Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre,
Oct 25 @ 7:30 pm

In Partnership with Multicultural BRIDGE

A powerful and thought-provoking examination of race, class, and the American education system.  It’s a gamble… All the time. You send your young man out into the world every day… But you don’t know… you have no idea if they’re safe. You have no idea if one day someone will try to expire them because they are too young. Or too black. Or too threatening. Or too loud. Or too uninformed. Or too angry. Or too quiet. Or too everyday. Or too cool. Or too uncomposed. Or too mysterious. Or just too TOO… It leaves a tremble in your heart on a daily.”

Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher is committed to her students, and desperate to give her only son opportunities they’ll never have. When a controversial incident in his upstate private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. Pipeline is Dominique Morisseau’s beautiful and deeply moving story of a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.

Audience Advisory: Mature language. Recommended for ages 13+

Tickets: Preview tickets Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 at 7:30 pm are $25 & $30.   Tickets to all other performances start at $30.

Student tickets are available for $15 each and may be purchased over the phone at 413-637-3353 or in person at the Shakespeare & Company Box Office. Student tickets are not available for purchase online.

All tickets are available through the Shakespeare & Company box office: online at shakespeare.org, call 413-637-3353, or visit http://bit.ly/WAMPipeline

The box office, located at 70 Kemble Street in Lenox, is open from 11 am-3 pm, plus 90 minutes prior to any performance. Closed Mondays.

In keeping with WAM’s philanthropic mission, a portion of box office proceeds will be donated to the Harmony Homestead & Wholeness Center and the Women of Color Giving Circle.

Oct
26
Sat
Pittsfield, MA–“Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka KIDS” Performance @ The Colonial Theatre
Oct 26 @ 2:00 pm

Charlie Bucket experiences delicious adventures after winning a golden ticket to visit Willy Wonka’s mysterious and fantastic chocolate factory. Featuring the enchanting songs from the 1971 film starring Gene Wilder, in addition to a host of fun new songs, Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka KIDS is a scrumdidilyumptious musical guaranteed to delight everyone’s sweet tooth. Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka KIDS features 1st through 6thgrade elementary students.

Tickets: Adult: $15 • Child: $10

Lenox, MA–“Pipeline” Play Performance by Dominique Morisseau @ Shakespeare & Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre,
Oct 26 @ 7:30 pm

In Partnership with Multicultural BRIDGE

A powerful and thought-provoking examination of race, class, and the American education system.  It’s a gamble… All the time. You send your young man out into the world every day… But you don’t know… you have no idea if they’re safe. You have no idea if one day someone will try to expire them because they are too young. Or too black. Or too threatening. Or too loud. Or too uninformed. Or too angry. Or too quiet. Or too everyday. Or too cool. Or too uncomposed. Or too mysterious. Or just too TOO… It leaves a tremble in your heart on a daily.”

Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher is committed to her students, and desperate to give her only son opportunities they’ll never have. When a controversial incident in his upstate private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. Pipeline is Dominique Morisseau’s beautiful and deeply moving story of a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.

Audience Advisory: Mature language. Recommended for ages 13+

Tickets: Preview tickets Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 at 7:30 pm are $25 & $30.   Tickets to all other performances start at $30.

Student tickets are available for $15 each and may be purchased over the phone at 413-637-3353 or in person at the Shakespeare & Company Box Office. Student tickets are not available for purchase online.

All tickets are available through the Shakespeare & Company box office: online at shakespeare.org, call 413-637-3353, or visit http://bit.ly/WAMPipeline

The box office, located at 70 Kemble Street in Lenox, is open from 11 am-3 pm, plus 90 minutes prior to any performance. Closed Mondays.

In keeping with WAM’s philanthropic mission, a portion of box office proceeds will be donated to the Harmony Homestead & Wholeness Center and the Women of Color Giving Circle.

Oct
27
Sun
Pittsfield, MA–“Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka KIDS” Performance @ The Colonial Theatre
Oct 27 @ 2:00 pm

Charlie Bucket experiences delicious adventures after winning a golden ticket to visit Willy Wonka’s mysterious and fantastic chocolate factory. Featuring the enchanting songs from the 1971 film starring Gene Wilder, in addition to a host of fun new songs, Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka KIDS is a scrumdidilyumptious musical guaranteed to delight everyone’s sweet tooth. Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka KIDS features 1st through 6thgrade elementary students.

Tickets: Adult: $15 • Child: $10

Lenox, MA–“Pipeline” Play Performance by Dominique Morisseau @ Shakespeare & Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre,
Oct 27 @ 7:30 pm

In Partnership with Multicultural BRIDGE

A powerful and thought-provoking examination of race, class, and the American education system.  It’s a gamble… All the time. You send your young man out into the world every day… But you don’t know… you have no idea if they’re safe. You have no idea if one day someone will try to expire them because they are too young. Or too black. Or too threatening. Or too loud. Or too uninformed. Or too angry. Or too quiet. Or too everyday. Or too cool. Or too uncomposed. Or too mysterious. Or just too TOO… It leaves a tremble in your heart on a daily.”

Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher is committed to her students, and desperate to give her only son opportunities they’ll never have. When a controversial incident in his upstate private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. Pipeline is Dominique Morisseau’s beautiful and deeply moving story of a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.

Audience Advisory: Mature language. Recommended for ages 13+

Tickets: Preview tickets Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 at 7:30 pm are $25 & $30.   Tickets to all other performances start at $30.

Student tickets are available for $15 each and may be purchased over the phone at 413-637-3353 or in person at the Shakespeare & Company Box Office. Student tickets are not available for purchase online.

All tickets are available through the Shakespeare & Company box office: online at shakespeare.org, call 413-637-3353, or visit http://bit.ly/WAMPipeline

The box office, located at 70 Kemble Street in Lenox, is open from 11 am-3 pm, plus 90 minutes prior to any performance. Closed Mondays.

In keeping with WAM’s philanthropic mission, a portion of box office proceeds will be donated to the Harmony Homestead & Wholeness Center and the Women of Color Giving Circle.

Oct
28
Mon
Lenox, MA–“Pipeline” Play Performance by Dominique Morisseau @ Shakespeare & Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre,
Oct 28 @ 7:30 pm

In Partnership with Multicultural BRIDGE

A powerful and thought-provoking examination of race, class, and the American education system.  It’s a gamble… All the time. You send your young man out into the world every day… But you don’t know… you have no idea if they’re safe. You have no idea if one day someone will try to expire them because they are too young. Or too black. Or too threatening. Or too loud. Or too uninformed. Or too angry. Or too quiet. Or too everyday. Or too cool. Or too uncomposed. Or too mysterious. Or just too TOO… It leaves a tremble in your heart on a daily.”

Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher is committed to her students, and desperate to give her only son opportunities they’ll never have. When a controversial incident in his upstate private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. Pipeline is Dominique Morisseau’s beautiful and deeply moving story of a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.

Audience Advisory: Mature language. Recommended for ages 13+

Tickets: Preview tickets Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 at 7:30 pm are $25 & $30.   Tickets to all other performances start at $30.

Student tickets are available for $15 each and may be purchased over the phone at 413-637-3353 or in person at the Shakespeare & Company Box Office. Student tickets are not available for purchase online.

All tickets are available through the Shakespeare & Company box office: online at shakespeare.org, call 413-637-3353, or visit http://bit.ly/WAMPipeline

The box office, located at 70 Kemble Street in Lenox, is open from 11 am-3 pm, plus 90 minutes prior to any performance. Closed Mondays.

In keeping with WAM’s philanthropic mission, a portion of box office proceeds will be donated to the Harmony Homestead & Wholeness Center and the Women of Color Giving Circle.

Oct
29
Tue
Lenox, MA–“Pipeline” Play Performance by Dominique Morisseau @ Shakespeare & Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre,
Oct 29 @ 7:30 pm

In Partnership with Multicultural BRIDGE

A powerful and thought-provoking examination of race, class, and the American education system.  It’s a gamble… All the time. You send your young man out into the world every day… But you don’t know… you have no idea if they’re safe. You have no idea if one day someone will try to expire them because they are too young. Or too black. Or too threatening. Or too loud. Or too uninformed. Or too angry. Or too quiet. Or too everyday. Or too cool. Or too uncomposed. Or too mysterious. Or just too TOO… It leaves a tremble in your heart on a daily.”

Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher is committed to her students, and desperate to give her only son opportunities they’ll never have. When a controversial incident in his upstate private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. Pipeline is Dominique Morisseau’s beautiful and deeply moving story of a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.

Audience Advisory: Mature language. Recommended for ages 13+

Tickets: Preview tickets Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 at 7:30 pm are $25 & $30.   Tickets to all other performances start at $30.

Student tickets are available for $15 each and may be purchased over the phone at 413-637-3353 or in person at the Shakespeare & Company Box Office. Student tickets are not available for purchase online.

All tickets are available through the Shakespeare & Company box office: online at shakespeare.org, call 413-637-3353, or visit http://bit.ly/WAMPipeline

The box office, located at 70 Kemble Street in Lenox, is open from 11 am-3 pm, plus 90 minutes prior to any performance. Closed Mondays.

In keeping with WAM’s philanthropic mission, a portion of box office proceeds will be donated to the Harmony Homestead & Wholeness Center and the Women of Color Giving Circle.

Oct
30
Wed
Lenox, MA–“Pipeline” Play Performance by Dominique Morisseau @ Shakespeare & Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre,
Oct 30 @ 7:30 pm

In Partnership with Multicultural BRIDGE

A powerful and thought-provoking examination of race, class, and the American education system.  It’s a gamble… All the time. You send your young man out into the world every day… But you don’t know… you have no idea if they’re safe. You have no idea if one day someone will try to expire them because they are too young. Or too black. Or too threatening. Or too loud. Or too uninformed. Or too angry. Or too quiet. Or too everyday. Or too cool. Or too uncomposed. Or too mysterious. Or just too TOO… It leaves a tremble in your heart on a daily.”

Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher is committed to her students, and desperate to give her only son opportunities they’ll never have. When a controversial incident in his upstate private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. Pipeline is Dominique Morisseau’s beautiful and deeply moving story of a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.

Audience Advisory: Mature language. Recommended for ages 13+

Tickets: Preview tickets Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 at 7:30 pm are $25 & $30.   Tickets to all other performances start at $30.

Student tickets are available for $15 each and may be purchased over the phone at 413-637-3353 or in person at the Shakespeare & Company Box Office. Student tickets are not available for purchase online.

All tickets are available through the Shakespeare & Company box office: online at shakespeare.org, call 413-637-3353, or visit http://bit.ly/WAMPipeline

The box office, located at 70 Kemble Street in Lenox, is open from 11 am-3 pm, plus 90 minutes prior to any performance. Closed Mondays.

In keeping with WAM’s philanthropic mission, a portion of box office proceeds will be donated to the Harmony Homestead & Wholeness Center and the Women of Color Giving Circle.

Oct
31
Thu
Lenox, MA–“Pipeline” Play Performance by Dominique Morisseau @ Shakespeare & Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre,
Oct 31 @ 7:30 pm

In Partnership with Multicultural BRIDGE

A powerful and thought-provoking examination of race, class, and the American education system.  It’s a gamble… All the time. You send your young man out into the world every day… But you don’t know… you have no idea if they’re safe. You have no idea if one day someone will try to expire them because they are too young. Or too black. Or too threatening. Or too loud. Or too uninformed. Or too angry. Or too quiet. Or too everyday. Or too cool. Or too uncomposed. Or too mysterious. Or just too TOO… It leaves a tremble in your heart on a daily.”

Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher is committed to her students, and desperate to give her only son opportunities they’ll never have. When a controversial incident in his upstate private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. Pipeline is Dominique Morisseau’s beautiful and deeply moving story of a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.

Audience Advisory: Mature language. Recommended for ages 13+

Tickets: Preview tickets Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 at 7:30 pm are $25 & $30.   Tickets to all other performances start at $30.

Student tickets are available for $15 each and may be purchased over the phone at 413-637-3353 or in person at the Shakespeare & Company Box Office. Student tickets are not available for purchase online.

All tickets are available through the Shakespeare & Company box office: online at shakespeare.org, call 413-637-3353, or visit http://bit.ly/WAMPipeline

The box office, located at 70 Kemble Street in Lenox, is open from 11 am-3 pm, plus 90 minutes prior to any performance. Closed Mondays.

In keeping with WAM’s philanthropic mission, a portion of box office proceeds will be donated to the Harmony Homestead & Wholeness Center and the Women of Color Giving Circle.

Nov
1
Fri
Lenox, MA–“Pipeline” Play Performance by Dominique Morisseau @ Shakespeare & Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre,
Nov 1 @ 7:30 pm

In Partnership with Multicultural BRIDGE

A powerful and thought-provoking examination of race, class, and the American education system.  It’s a gamble… All the time. You send your young man out into the world every day… But you don’t know… you have no idea if they’re safe. You have no idea if one day someone will try to expire them because they are too young. Or too black. Or too threatening. Or too loud. Or too uninformed. Or too angry. Or too quiet. Or too everyday. Or too cool. Or too uncomposed. Or too mysterious. Or just too TOO… It leaves a tremble in your heart on a daily.”

Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher is committed to her students, and desperate to give her only son opportunities they’ll never have. When a controversial incident in his upstate private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. Pipeline is Dominique Morisseau’s beautiful and deeply moving story of a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.

Audience Advisory: Mature language. Recommended for ages 13+

Tickets: Preview tickets Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 at 7:30 pm are $25 & $30.   Tickets to all other performances start at $30.

Student tickets are available for $15 each and may be purchased over the phone at 413-637-3353 or in person at the Shakespeare & Company Box Office. Student tickets are not available for purchase online.

All tickets are available through the Shakespeare & Company box office: online at shakespeare.org, call 413-637-3353, or visit http://bit.ly/WAMPipeline

The box office, located at 70 Kemble Street in Lenox, is open from 11 am-3 pm, plus 90 minutes prior to any performance. Closed Mondays.

In keeping with WAM’s philanthropic mission, a portion of box office proceeds will be donated to the Harmony Homestead & Wholeness Center and the Women of Color Giving Circle.

Nov
2
Sat
Lenox, MA–“Pipeline” Play Performance by Dominique Morisseau @ Shakespeare & Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre,
Nov 2 @ 7:30 pm

In Partnership with Multicultural BRIDGE

A powerful and thought-provoking examination of race, class, and the American education system.  It’s a gamble… All the time. You send your young man out into the world every day… But you don’t know… you have no idea if they’re safe. You have no idea if one day someone will try to expire them because they are too young. Or too black. Or too threatening. Or too loud. Or too uninformed. Or too angry. Or too quiet. Or too everyday. Or too cool. Or too uncomposed. Or too mysterious. Or just too TOO… It leaves a tremble in your heart on a daily.”

Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher is committed to her students, and desperate to give her only son opportunities they’ll never have. When a controversial incident in his upstate private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. Pipeline is Dominique Morisseau’s beautiful and deeply moving story of a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.

Audience Advisory: Mature language. Recommended for ages 13+

Tickets: Preview tickets Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 at 7:30 pm are $25 & $30.   Tickets to all other performances start at $30.

Student tickets are available for $15 each and may be purchased over the phone at 413-637-3353 or in person at the Shakespeare & Company Box Office. Student tickets are not available for purchase online.

All tickets are available through the Shakespeare & Company box office: online at shakespeare.org, call 413-637-3353, or visit http://bit.ly/WAMPipeline

The box office, located at 70 Kemble Street in Lenox, is open from 11 am-3 pm, plus 90 minutes prior to any performance. Closed Mondays.

In keeping with WAM’s philanthropic mission, a portion of box office proceeds will be donated to the Harmony Homestead & Wholeness Center and the Women of Color Giving Circle.

Nov
3
Sun
Lenox, MA–“Pipeline” Play Performance by Dominique Morisseau @ Shakespeare & Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre,
Nov 3 @ 7:30 pm

In Partnership with Multicultural BRIDGE

A powerful and thought-provoking examination of race, class, and the American education system.  It’s a gamble… All the time. You send your young man out into the world every day… But you don’t know… you have no idea if they’re safe. You have no idea if one day someone will try to expire them because they are too young. Or too black. Or too threatening. Or too loud. Or too uninformed. Or too angry. Or too quiet. Or too everyday. Or too cool. Or too uncomposed. Or too mysterious. Or just too TOO… It leaves a tremble in your heart on a daily.”

Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher is committed to her students, and desperate to give her only son opportunities they’ll never have. When a controversial incident in his upstate private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. Pipeline is Dominique Morisseau’s beautiful and deeply moving story of a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.

Audience Advisory: Mature language. Recommended for ages 13+

Tickets: Preview tickets Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 at 7:30 pm are $25 & $30.   Tickets to all other performances start at $30.

Student tickets are available for $15 each and may be purchased over the phone at 413-637-3353 or in person at the Shakespeare & Company Box Office. Student tickets are not available for purchase online.

All tickets are available through the Shakespeare & Company box office: online at shakespeare.org, call 413-637-3353, or visit http://bit.ly/WAMPipeline

The box office, located at 70 Kemble Street in Lenox, is open from 11 am-3 pm, plus 90 minutes prior to any performance. Closed Mondays.

In keeping with WAM’s philanthropic mission, a portion of box office proceeds will be donated to the Harmony Homestead & Wholeness Center and the Women of Color Giving Circle.

Nov
4
Mon
Lenox, MA–“Pipeline” Play Performance by Dominique Morisseau @ Shakespeare & Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre,
Nov 4 @ 7:30 pm

In Partnership with Multicultural BRIDGE

A powerful and thought-provoking examination of race, class, and the American education system.  It’s a gamble… All the time. You send your young man out into the world every day… But you don’t know… you have no idea if they’re safe. You have no idea if one day someone will try to expire them because they are too young. Or too black. Or too threatening. Or too loud. Or too uninformed. Or too angry. Or too quiet. Or too everyday. Or too cool. Or too uncomposed. Or too mysterious. Or just too TOO… It leaves a tremble in your heart on a daily.”

Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher is committed to her students, and desperate to give her only son opportunities they’ll never have. When a controversial incident in his upstate private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. Pipeline is Dominique Morisseau’s beautiful and deeply moving story of a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.

Audience Advisory: Mature language. Recommended for ages 13+

Tickets: Preview tickets Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 at 7:30 pm are $25 & $30.   Tickets to all other performances start at $30.

Student tickets are available for $15 each and may be purchased over the phone at 413-637-3353 or in person at the Shakespeare & Company Box Office. Student tickets are not available for purchase online.

All tickets are available through the Shakespeare & Company box office: online at shakespeare.org, call 413-637-3353, or visit http://bit.ly/WAMPipeline

The box office, located at 70 Kemble Street in Lenox, is open from 11 am-3 pm, plus 90 minutes prior to any performance. Closed Mondays.

In keeping with WAM’s philanthropic mission, a portion of box office proceeds will be donated to the Harmony Homestead & Wholeness Center and the Women of Color Giving Circle.

Nov
5
Tue
Lenox, MA–“Pipeline” Play Performance by Dominique Morisseau @ Shakespeare & Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre,
Nov 5 @ 7:30 pm

In Partnership with Multicultural BRIDGE

A powerful and thought-provoking examination of race, class, and the American education system.  It’s a gamble… All the time. You send your young man out into the world every day… But you don’t know… you have no idea if they’re safe. You have no idea if one day someone will try to expire them because they are too young. Or too black. Or too threatening. Or too loud. Or too uninformed. Or too angry. Or too quiet. Or too everyday. Or too cool. Or too uncomposed. Or too mysterious. Or just too TOO… It leaves a tremble in your heart on a daily.”

Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher is committed to her students, and desperate to give her only son opportunities they’ll never have. When a controversial incident in his upstate private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. Pipeline is Dominique Morisseau’s beautiful and deeply moving story of a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.

Audience Advisory: Mature language. Recommended for ages 13+

Tickets: Preview tickets Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 at 7:30 pm are $25 & $30.   Tickets to all other performances start at $30.

Student tickets are available for $15 each and may be purchased over the phone at 413-637-3353 or in person at the Shakespeare & Company Box Office. Student tickets are not available for purchase online.

All tickets are available through the Shakespeare & Company box office: online at shakespeare.org, call 413-637-3353, or visit http://bit.ly/WAMPipeline

The box office, located at 70 Kemble Street in Lenox, is open from 11 am-3 pm, plus 90 minutes prior to any performance. Closed Mondays.

In keeping with WAM’s philanthropic mission, a portion of box office proceeds will be donated to the Harmony Homestead & Wholeness Center and the Women of Color Giving Circle.

Nov
6
Wed
Lenox, MA–“Pipeline” Play Performance by Dominique Morisseau @ Shakespeare & Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre,
Nov 6 @ 7:30 pm

In Partnership with Multicultural BRIDGE

A powerful and thought-provoking examination of race, class, and the American education system.  It’s a gamble… All the time. You send your young man out into the world every day… But you don’t know… you have no idea if they’re safe. You have no idea if one day someone will try to expire them because they are too young. Or too black. Or too threatening. Or too loud. Or too uninformed. Or too angry. Or too quiet. Or too everyday. Or too cool. Or too uncomposed. Or too mysterious. Or just too TOO… It leaves a tremble in your heart on a daily.”

Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher is committed to her students, and desperate to give her only son opportunities they’ll never have. When a controversial incident in his upstate private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. Pipeline is Dominique Morisseau’s beautiful and deeply moving story of a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.

Audience Advisory: Mature language. Recommended for ages 13+

Tickets: Preview tickets Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 at 7:30 pm are $25 & $30.   Tickets to all other performances start at $30.

Student tickets are available for $15 each and may be purchased over the phone at 413-637-3353 or in person at the Shakespeare & Company Box Office. Student tickets are not available for purchase online.

All tickets are available through the Shakespeare & Company box office: online at shakespeare.org, call 413-637-3353, or visit http://bit.ly/WAMPipeline

The box office, located at 70 Kemble Street in Lenox, is open from 11 am-3 pm, plus 90 minutes prior to any performance. Closed Mondays.

In keeping with WAM’s philanthropic mission, a portion of box office proceeds will be donated to the Harmony Homestead & Wholeness Center and the Women of Color Giving Circle.

Nov
7
Thu
Lenox, MA–“Pipeline” Play Performance by Dominique Morisseau @ Shakespeare & Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre,
Nov 7 @ 7:30 pm

In Partnership with Multicultural BRIDGE

A powerful and thought-provoking examination of race, class, and the American education system.  It’s a gamble… All the time. You send your young man out into the world every day… But you don’t know… you have no idea if they’re safe. You have no idea if one day someone will try to expire them because they are too young. Or too black. Or too threatening. Or too loud. Or too uninformed. Or too angry. Or too quiet. Or too everyday. Or too cool. Or too uncomposed. Or too mysterious. Or just too TOO… It leaves a tremble in your heart on a daily.”

Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher is committed to her students, and desperate to give her only son opportunities they’ll never have. When a controversial incident in his upstate private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. Pipeline is Dominique Morisseau’s beautiful and deeply moving story of a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.

Audience Advisory: Mature language. Recommended for ages 13+

Tickets: Preview tickets Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 at 7:30 pm are $25 & $30.   Tickets to all other performances start at $30.

Student tickets are available for $15 each and may be purchased over the phone at 413-637-3353 or in person at the Shakespeare & Company Box Office. Student tickets are not available for purchase online.

All tickets are available through the Shakespeare & Company box office: online at shakespeare.org, call 413-637-3353, or visit http://bit.ly/WAMPipeline

The box office, located at 70 Kemble Street in Lenox, is open from 11 am-3 pm, plus 90 minutes prior to any performance. Closed Mondays.

In keeping with WAM’s philanthropic mission, a portion of box office proceeds will be donated to the Harmony Homestead & Wholeness Center and the Women of Color Giving Circle.

Nov
8
Fri
Lenox, MA–“Pipeline” Play Performance by Dominique Morisseau @ Shakespeare & Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre,
Nov 8 @ 7:30 pm

In Partnership with Multicultural BRIDGE

A powerful and thought-provoking examination of race, class, and the American education system.  It’s a gamble… All the time. You send your young man out into the world every day… But you don’t know… you have no idea if they’re safe. You have no idea if one day someone will try to expire them because they are too young. Or too black. Or too threatening. Or too loud. Or too uninformed. Or too angry. Or too quiet. Or too everyday. Or too cool. Or too uncomposed. Or too mysterious. Or just too TOO… It leaves a tremble in your heart on a daily.”

Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher is committed to her students, and desperate to give her only son opportunities they’ll never have. When a controversial incident in his upstate private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. Pipeline is Dominique Morisseau’s beautiful and deeply moving story of a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.

Audience Advisory: Mature language. Recommended for ages 13+

Tickets: Preview tickets Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 at 7:30 pm are $25 & $30.   Tickets to all other performances start at $30.

Student tickets are available for $15 each and may be purchased over the phone at 413-637-3353 or in person at the Shakespeare & Company Box Office. Student tickets are not available for purchase online.

All tickets are available through the Shakespeare & Company box office: online at shakespeare.org, call 413-637-3353, or visit http://bit.ly/WAMPipeline

The box office, located at 70 Kemble Street in Lenox, is open from 11 am-3 pm, plus 90 minutes prior to any performance. Closed Mondays.

In keeping with WAM’s philanthropic mission, a portion of box office proceeds will be donated to the Harmony Homestead & Wholeness Center and the Women of Color Giving Circle.

Nov
9
Sat
Lenox, MA–“Pipeline” Play Performance by Dominique Morisseau @ Shakespeare & Company’s Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre,
Nov 9 @ 7:30 pm

In Partnership with Multicultural BRIDGE

A powerful and thought-provoking examination of race, class, and the American education system.  It’s a gamble… All the time. You send your young man out into the world every day… But you don’t know… you have no idea if they’re safe. You have no idea if one day someone will try to expire them because they are too young. Or too black. Or too threatening. Or too loud. Or too uninformed. Or too angry. Or too quiet. Or too everyday. Or too cool. Or too uncomposed. Or too mysterious. Or just too TOO… It leaves a tremble in your heart on a daily.”

Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher is committed to her students, and desperate to give her only son opportunities they’ll never have. When a controversial incident in his upstate private school threatens to get him expelled, Nya must confront his rage and her own choices as a parent. Pipeline is Dominique Morisseau’s beautiful and deeply moving story of a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.

Audience Advisory: Mature language. Recommended for ages 13+

Tickets: Preview tickets Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 at 7:30 pm are $25 & $30.   Tickets to all other performances start at $30.

Student tickets are available for $15 each and may be purchased over the phone at 413-637-3353 or in person at the Shakespeare & Company Box Office. Student tickets are not available for purchase online.

All tickets are available through the Shakespeare & Company box office: online at shakespeare.org, call 413-637-3353, or visit http://bit.ly/WAMPipeline

The box office, located at 70 Kemble Street in Lenox, is open from 11 am-3 pm, plus 90 minutes prior to any performance. Closed Mondays.

In keeping with WAM’s philanthropic mission, a portion of box office proceeds will be donated to the Harmony Homestead & Wholeness Center and the Women of Color Giving Circle.

Lenox, MA–“Time Stands Still” Performance @ Shakespeare & Co.
Nov 9 @ 7:30 pm

Nominated for 2010 Tony Award Best Play

“Crackles with bright wit and intelligence.” – The New York Times

“Donald Margulies’ TIME STANDS STILL compellingly demonstrates what a master playwright can do with great economy and efficiency…A rare play that encompasses universal issues and personal problems with equal compassionate insight. A splendid theatrical experience.”— —Bloomberg News

Dec
7
Sat
Gt. Barrington, MA–John Pizzarelli with his Big Band @ The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center 1
Dec 7 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Box Office: 413-528-0100 Admin: 413-644-9040

$44 Upper Balcony (Limited)
$79 Reserved
$99 Preferred
$124 Premium
(Members receive $5 off each ticket)

$15 Youth Tickets – call the Box Office for information

John Pizzarelli is bringing his big band to the Mahaiwe this time around in what’s becoming an annual holiday tradition from this renowned jazz guitarist and vocalist.

Established as one of the prime contemporary interpreters of the Great American Songbook, Pizzarelli has expanded that repertoire by including the music of Paul McCartney, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Tom Waits, Antônio Carlos Jobim and the Beatles. His themed shows, often performed with his wife Jessica Molaskey, suggest there is no limit to Pizzarelli’s imagination or talent.