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REPORT FROM LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA: Isola di San Giorgio Maggiore

Our reporter at the Venice Biennale describes a breathtaking installation based on archangels in the Basilica of San Giorgio Maggiore.

Three Shakespeare comedies highlight Shakespeare & Company’s 2019 season

“The strings of the heart” is artistic director Allyn Burrows’ concept theme for the summer and he has chosen a quartet of very contemporary plays to flesh out the idea.

THEATRE REVIEW: ‘Intimate Apparel’ at Shakespeare & Company, a play not to be missed. Two performances added

Find a ticket somewhere and see one of the great American playwright's finest works acted by a company of players who are defining her work for us.

THEATRE REVIEW: A disappointing ‘Intimate Apparel’ at Shakespeare & Co.

With more action in props rather than plot or character, notions of gender, class, sexuality, freedom, race, equality get tossed around with no dramatic effect.

Bits & Bytes: Berkshire Gateway Jazz Weekend; ‘Ugly Lies the Bone;’ ‘The Power of Food’ at Hevreh; BPL gala; ‘Alice in Wonderland’ marathon; 350Mass...

Tyler Soleau, Community Outreach Director of Energy and Climate at Acadia Center, will present EnergyVision, a roadmap for how Massachusetts can achieve deep reductions in greenhouse gas emissions through a transformation of its energy systems.

REVIEW: ‘Red Velvet’ at Shakespeare & Company: a powerful portrayal of American character

John Douglas Thompson is brilliant as Ira Aldridge, the Black 19th century American Shakespearean actor ... Director Daniela Varon has created a dynamic theatrical piece built around a fascinating script.

A stunning, remarkable performance: Kristin Wold as Anne Hathaway in ‘Shakespeare’s Will’

As Shakespeare's wife, Anne Hathaway, Kristin Wold triumphs in a role that is written out of imagination and history combined; she breathes life into a name without a face and a presence without presence.
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