The object of the selection of winners is not to single out the “best” in any category, but to reward the outstanding elements of the season, the work that is not possible to forget, that stands out, that exemplifies excellence.
Every once in a while, something happens to transform this play and bring it back to its origins and, when that happens, as it did on stage at the Ghent Playhouse, it transforms me and my feelings about the play.
On Jan. 6, 1941, in his annual address to Congress, President Franklin D. Roosevelt argued that freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom from want and freedom from fear should be accepted as human rights not only in the United States, but across the world.
At the Norman Rockwell Museum family day author Will Lach will hold a reading and talk about the books, and have a conversation with model Mary Whalen Leonard, who posed for several of Rockwell’s most beloved paintings.
‘Art from Farm to Table’ includes depictions and interpretations of landscapes, buildings, farm life, flowers, vegetables, insects and animals–everything found in an agricultural environment that might, or might not, end up on a table.
The historic property of Montgomery Place in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, part of Bard College since 2016, encompasses over 300 acres and features notable architecture, richly furnished interiors, exceptional vistas, orchards, woodland trails and gardens.
The Berkshire Bach Players is a seasoned instrumental ensemble of professional musicians including Lucy Bardo on cello and trumpet player Allan Dean along with Miriam Shapiro and Cindy Olgunick on violin, Eric Martin on viola, and Donald Sosin on organ.
Founded by North Adams resident and critic Larry Murray, from Berkshire On Stage, with the assistance of a small group of other devoted theater-goers and writers, the awards are intended to be a yearly celebration of the finest work done in the region between October 1 and September 30 every year.
The rededication event will celebrate the recent conservation treatment that restored the physical and historical integrity of Great Barrington’s Newsboy Statue and will include a public viewing of the monument and working fountain.
Ordained a Lutheran with graduate degrees and training from Episcopal, Methodist, Baptist and Congregational institutions including Harvard Divinity School, Rev. Dr. Randall K. Wilburn also received training from the Sisters of Mercy and is a Spiritual Director.
BCC’s STEM Starter Academy aims to provide students with the tools they need to be STEM-ready in college and the workplace and will include academic support, tutoring, special field trips, guest speakers, and a STEM Academy Success Kit.