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Celebrate Juneteenth with ‘Black Barbie’

The Netflix documentary directed by Lagueria Davis drops today.

THEATRE REVIEW: the Theater Barn’s ‘Spelling Bee’ is lively, entrancing, plays perfectly

This is one of the best productions I've seen of this show and certainly worth seeing while you have the chance.

THEATRE REVIEW: William Finn’s ‘The Royal Family of Broadway’ a delicious cocktail of musical comedy

“The Royal Family of Broadway” combines a powerhouse of creative talent and a large, top-drawer cast in an impressive, delightfully entertaining world premiere: the best original musical staged in the Berkshires theater scene yet.

THEATRE REVIEW: Barrington Stage’s ‘The Royal Family of Broadway’ is Broadway worthy

The cast and production are Broadway-worthy and, like the Royal Family of Broadway, the concept belongs on the Great White Way where every rhinestone is a diamond and every combed cotton is velvet.

Bits & Bytes: ‘CATASFACTION’; BBG plant sale; ‘Spelling Bee’ at BCC; BerkChique! benefit sale

Plants-and-Answers will include experts from Berkshire Botanical Garden’s staff and plant professionals who will answer design questions and provide practical advice on growing and caring for plants.

Barrington Stage Company commits to a 2018 season of women’s stories

This is indeed a busy Barrington Stage season with an intriguing theme and what appears to be a remarkably varied group of offerings.

Bits & Bytes: First Fridays Artswalk; MOMIX at the Mahaiwe; Solarize Mass program grants; ‘Swords Through the Ages;’ Berkshire Rainbow Seniors meeting; clown workshop...

Since its launch in 2011, 51 cities and towns have participated in Solarize Mass, which has led to the contracting of more than 2,600 new small-scale installations at homes and businesses and resulted in 18 megawatts of contracted solar capacity.

Theater review: ‘Golem of Havana’ not ready for primetime — yet

This show at Barrington Stage has great potential. I enjoyed it and would gladly see new editions of it as it grows. I hope it grows.
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