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Part 2: Biden or Trump and the Nonprofit Sector NGOs, international nonprofits and social service agencies

The author makes an impassioned case for the nonprofit sector to recognize the dire outcome of another Trump term and to take action.

REVIEW: ‘Topdog/Underdog’ at Shake & Co. a superb production about a desperate struggle to survive

Director Regge Life works Parks’ script like a pressure cooker. The pacing is impeccable. Tension mounts; a feeling of violence prevails.

THEATRE REVIEW: Shake & Co.’s ‘Topdog/Underdog’ a compelling play about essential relationships

The two actors are believable in their onstage relationship and the final moment in their bows brought home the special sense of family that the theater produces in its participants.

Bits & Bytes: Stockbridge Art Walk; PlayWorks Weekend; ‘Elizabeth Freeman’s Case for Freedom’; emerald ash borer tree treatment; estate land protection workshop

The Great Barrington Historical Society, in collaboration with Saint James Place, will open its 'Rebels With a Cause' lecture series with 'Elizabeth Freeman's Case for Freedom: The End of Slavery in Massachusetts and the Effects on the Black Community in the Berkshires.'

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.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Beyond the Veil’ at the Mahaiwe; Kimball Farms art exhibit; ‘New Illuminations’ with Suzi Banks Baum; Sauerkraut Seth at Roe Jan...

Inspired by the exclusion of Du Bois from the region’s cultural history, 'Beyond the Veil' examines racism in the higher echelons of society and ponders what would happen if the racial veil were lifted and two iconoclasts could see each other clearly.

‘Morning After Grace’ at Shakespeare & Co.: Fine production for comedy with serious subject matter

Abigail is played by the outstanding Corinna May who has never managed to give an unconvincing performance. Her art is centered in finding the genuine emotions.

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.

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