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CONNECTIONS: A tale of two 19th-century Berkshire women

One had a solid impact on Berkshire County and her generation. While the other, although more famous, may have had no impact on the county at all. You decide.

Bits & Bytes: Camille A. Brown at MASS MoCA; ‘Voices of Poetry’ at the Mount; ‘Nickel and Dimed’ at Berkshire School; CoA luncheon

'Voices of Poetry' will feature five acclaimed poets: Doug Anderson, 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry winner Frank Bidart, Rage Hezekiah, Krysten Hill and Ellen Doré Watson.

Camille Brown’s ‘BLACK GIRL Linguistic Play’ at Jacob’s Pillow, dynamic exploration of Black female identity

This weekend Camille A. Brown and Dancers take to the stage at the Ted Shawn Theatre to present 'BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play,' a piece whose introspective approach to cultural themes through visceral movement and sociopolitical dialogues will not disappoint.

ON DANCE: An interview with Pamela Tatge, artistic director of Jacob’s Pillow

“We are initiating a program of commissioning works that draw attention to the environmental splendor of our Berkshire home, thereby illuminating our responsibility to steward this great landscape on behalf of future generations.” -- Jacob’s Pillow Director Pamela Tatge

Business Briefs: Residency season at Jacob’s Pillow; endowment workshop for nonprofits; ‘collective impact’ seminar

Highlights of Jacob's Pillow's 2016-2017 Creative Development Residency season include topical new works that address the turbulent state of politics and society as well as collaborations with artists from widely different genres.

DANCE REVIEW: ‘And Still You Must Swing’ rocks the Pillow

This performance took place at the end of a tragic week of American community violence with powerful racial undertones.
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