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BUSINESS MONDAY: Spotlight on New Marlborough Meeting House—”preserving history, celebrating cultural creativity”

Almost two hundred years later, the Meeting House is still celebrated as a sacred space vibrant with programming to serve the local and surrounding communities.

THEATRE REVIEW: Shakespeare & Company’s ‘Creditors’ is a perfect piece of dramatic theater

Strindberg was way ahead of his time in probing the psychological recesses of adult relationships.

THEATRE REVIEW: Shakespeare & Company’s difficult ‘Creditors’ provokes chilling reality

Realism truly sinks its teeth into subject matter here and, if you find the ending hard to take, well, I think you're supposed to.

PREVIEW: Art will surely imitate Strindberg’s life in ‘Creditors’

The play explores one of Strindberg's other favorite themes: the question of the viability of marriage as an institution. The ending isn't a happy one. I'll leave it at that.

PREVIEW: Delight, deceit and desire at Shakespeare & Company’s 2018 season

The company is offering a 40 percent discount on tickets to full-time, year-round residents of Berkshire County.

THEATRE REVIEW: ‘God of Carnage,’ delight in dark humor

Director Regge Life's vision of the play sparkles in the hands of a quartet of seasoned players, allowing the black humor to shine through as though it was always meant to delight rather than to chill the blood.

Bits & Bytes: Berkshire Baby Box fundraiser; Guatemala education talk; Phyllis Kornfeld talk; waste oil & paint collection; ‘Henry VI.six’ at Shake & Co.;...

Newly launched nonprofit Berkshire Baby Box offers a welcome gift for new moms: a box filled with supplies that aid in the care of newborns. The box doubles as a safe sleeping place for the baby.

THEATRE REVIEW: Superb, reimagined ‘The Merchant of Venice’ at Shake & Co.

Not your usual rendition of the play, this edition allows for imagination and nuanced creations and provides for the romantic nature of the play over the concept of prejudice and hatred that so often colors the work.

Bits & Bytes: GB arts market; poet Deborah Alecson at Lauren Clark; ‘Thetis’ at Shakespeare & Company

"I sometimes think that if we, as a species, could see the bigger picture -- could see our planet in the midst of its galaxy in the midst of the universe, maybe we would stop killing each other." -- Kristin Wold, creator of "Thetis: Immortal Fire"

Review: ‘Julius Caesar,’ a play for our blood-dimmed times

It's a great play. Filled with action and philosophy this theatrical expression of a man's difficulties, regrets and resolutions is wildly entertaining

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.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.