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CONNECTIONS: In America, truth has never gotten in the way of politics

Fomenting fear to drive policy is a political technique older than our country. It has never lost favor with the power hungry and never varied.

Theater in the time of COVID-19: How area theaters and theater artists are coping during the pandemic

I asked the directors of several area theaters how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting their theaters and their staff in ways that might not be so evident to the lay public.

Barrington Stage Company announces special summer season

Julianne Boyd’s company, located in Pittsfield, is the only one of the county’s five principal theater companies to make a move to bring live theater back into play this year.

THEATRE REVIEW: Solid productions of ‘The Glass Menagerie’ and ‘Naked’ conclude a versatile summer theater season

The conclusion of “Naked” is riveting, all the more so for its prescient reverberations to the temper of our times.

THEATRE REVIEW: Barrington Stage’s ‘The Glass Menagerie’ is a beautiful gift not to be missed

Every soul's open injuries are bared here; everyone's personal fears and qualms and hopes and dreams coalesce into a tapestry of distorted recollections.

REVIEW: ‘Gaslight’ at Barrington Stage has thrills, memorable moments and much pleasure

The play presents us with a channel into the minds of a tormentor and his victim that speaks volumes about our current political situation.

THEATRE REVIEW: ‘Ideal’ production of ‘Love Letters’ at Barrington Stage

Altogether, there cannot be a more perfect hour or so in a theater lover’s life than the one offered here and now.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Love Letters’ at Barrington Stage; Concert Across America; ‘What’s in Our Water?’; fall festival & 5K; Victor Borge talk; Stockbridge Planning...

The 'What’s in Our Water?' forum will explore current challenges to the environment, the effects and potential risks to human health, and ways in which information is disseminated.

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