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      Aug 19th

      Innovative Summer Camps

      IS183 Art School of the Berkshires

      13 Willard Hill Road, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Daily until August 19, 2016

      IS183 summer camp ad 2016 draft_25th logoDesigned to inspire and celebrate children’s imaginations! Run by art educators, our camps include a wide range of media, encouragement of creative thinking, and time outdoors in all our explorations! For children ages 3 – 14 at two locations: IS183’s home base Citizens’ Hall, Stockbridge, ages 8-14; Berkshire Country Day School, Stockbridge, ages 3-7. Early drop-off and late pick-up options are also available. Call for more information.

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      Jul 31st

      Americana on Parade: The Art of Robert McCloskey

      Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, The

      125 West Bay Road, Amherst MA 01002

      Daily until July 31, 2016

      In celebration of the 75th anniversary of Robert McCloskey’s Make Way for Ducklings (1941), The Carle offers a retrospective highlighting much of the original art from this beloved book. A selection of independent work, watercolors and paintings that connect McCloskey to such prominent American painters as Thomas Hart Benton and Edward Hopper, will also be showcased. Americana on Parade: The Art of Robert McCloskey will feature over 90 original artworks, ephemera, and rare preliminary book materials. 10am – 4pm. On view through October 23, 2016.

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      Jul 31st

      Brilliant Colors

      Good Purpose Gallery & Spectrum Playhouse

      40 Main Street, Lee MA 01238

      Daily until July 31, 2016

      Featuring the artwork of Scott Taylor and Joanie Ciolfi. Two extremely talented artists who share a passion for brilliant colors. On view through August 9, 2016.

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      Jul 31st

      Build a Better Baby Carriage: A 100th Anniversary Celebration

      Norman Rockwell Museum

      9 Route 183, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Daily until July 31, 2016

      This celebration of the centenary of Norman Rockwell Museum’s first Saturday Evening Post cover, Boy with Baby Carriage, published on May 16, 1916, will provide inspiration for exciting new works in diverse media by contemporary artists. Three-dimensional works based upon Rockwell’s theme will enliven the Museum grounds this summer and fall. On view through October 30, 2016.

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      Jul 31st

      Icons, Artists & Divas

      Sohn Fine Art Gallery, Printing, Framing & Workshops

      69 Church Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Daily until July 31, 2016

      Sohn Fine Art Gallery is pleased to present Icons, Artists & Divas, a photography exhibition featuring work by two master artists from two generations, working in different styles in the same theme: Ormond Gigli and Greg Gorman.

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      Jul 31st

      Living on Earth: The Work of Robert Hite

      Hancock Shaker Village

      1843 West Housatonic Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Daily until July 31, 2016

      A dual-site exhibition of sculpture and photography on view at Hancock Shaker Village and The Berkshire Museum. Robert Hite is an accomplished painter, sculptor, and photographer, whose work often includes components of all three disciplines. Visitors will experience a full range of the artist’s work. Hancock Shaker Village will showcase two major site-specific installations and 4 to 6 other pieces of the artist’s sculpture in the out-of-doors, amid its gardens and iconic buildings. Berkshire Museum will present an indoor gallery of Hite’s photography and sculpture. On view through October 30, 2016. 

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      Jul 31st

      Rockwell and Realism in an Abstract World

      Norman Rockwell Museum

      9 Route 183, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Daily until July 31, 2016

      For the first time, Norman Rockwell Museum will explore the contrast between the abstract and realist movements, placing works by Rockwell, Wyeth, and Warhol side by side with Pollock, Calder, Johns, and over 40 other preeminent artists. On view through October 30, 2016.

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      Jul 31st

      Splendor, Myth, and Vision: Nudes from the Prado

      Clark Art Institute

      225 South Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Daily until July 31, 2016

      Featuring twenty-eight Old Master paintings from the Museo Nacional del Prado in Madrid. The exhibition explores the role of the nude in European painting in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and the collecting and display practices of the Spanish royalty. Twenty-four of the paintings have never before been shown in America. On view through October 10, 2016.

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      The Nature of Glass: Contemporary Sculpture

      Chesterwood

      4 Williamsville Road, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Daily until July 31, 2016

      Annual outdoor sculpture exhibition curated by Jim Schantz of Schantz Galleries Contemporary Glass featuring 24 works by 12 internationally recognized glass artists. On view through September 18.

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      Jul 31st

      Milton Avery’s Vermont

      Bennington Museum

      75 Main Street, Bennington VT 05201

      Daily until July 31, 2016

      Milton Avery’s Vermont takes the first focused look at the work this great American modernist created based on his summers spent in Southern Vermont between 1935 and 1943. On view through November 6, 2016.

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      Jul 31st

      Something About Summer: Paintings by Mark Barry

      Bennington Museum

      75 Main Street, Bennington VT 05201

      Daily until July 31, 2016

      The show features a number of Barry’s paintings varying in size all based on images of the everyday life he creates with family and friends in Maryland, Vermont and Massachusetts, all locations he calls home. Whether it’s biking, exploring nature, or swinging on a swing, the artist uses rich color to portray movement and that particular instant in life. On view through October 2, 2016. 

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      Inside/Out Series

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      Daily until July 30, 2016

      Bring family and friends of all ages to the Inside/Out series, offering free outdoor performances by emerging and established dance companies and presentations by dancers of The School at Jacob’s Pillow every Wednesday – Saturday.  6:15pm .

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    1. Jul

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      A guided Tour

      Williams College Museum of Art

      15 Lawrence Hall Drive, Williamstown MA 01267

      Not your average museum tour! Williamstown Theatre Festival actors and directors bring characters from paintings and sculptures to life. Visitors will encounter live performance installations as they move through WCMA’s collections. 6pm.

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    2. Jul

      28

      ARIAS Company

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      Bryan Arias premieres a rather lovely thing, a contemporary work that challenges notions of identity, bias, and stereotype, danced to music ranging from Frédéric Chopin to Nico Muhly and Max Richter. The stellar cast of dancers includes Arias himself as well as Jermaine Spivey of The Forsythe Company and Kidd Pivot; Spenser Theberge of The Forsythe Company and Nederlands Dans Theater; Ana-Maria Lucaciu formerly of Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet; and others. Doris Duke Theatre. 8:15pm.

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    3. Jul

      28

      Big River

      Sharon Playhouse

      49 Amenia Road, Sharon CT 06069

      Winner of 7 Tony Awards including Best Musical, this timeless classic moves down the Mississippi as Huck Finn helps his friend Jim, a slave, escape to freedom. Their adventures are suspenseful, heartwarming, and hilarious. A brilliantly theatrical celebration of America! Main Stage. 2pm & 7pm.

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    4. Jul

      28

      Capitol Steps at Cranwell

      Capitol Steps

      55 Lee Road, Lenox MA 01240

      The outrageously funny Capitol Steps bring their political satire and song parodies fueled by the upcoming elections. 8pm.

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    5. Jul

      28

      DownStreet Art Thursdays

      City of North Adams Office of Community Events

      105 Main Street, North Adams MA 01247

      DownStreet Art galleries and venues stay open late showcasing visual and performing art events, exhibitions, video screenings and site-specific installations. Stores and restaurants are also open. Free. 5pm – 8pm.

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    6. Jul

      28

      Forever Plaid

      Theater Barn, The

      654 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      This deliciously fun show is chock-full of classic barbershop quartet harmonies and pitch perfect melodies! The “Plaids” are a guaranteed smash, with a program of beloved songs and delightful patter that keeps audiences rolling in the aisles, when they’re not humming along to some of the greatest nostalgic pop hits of the 1950’s. 8pm. 

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    7. Jul

      28

      Harvey Granat Sings Rodgers & Hart

      Berkshire South Regional Community Center

      15 Crissey Road, Great Barrington MA 01230

      Entertainer and historian Harvey Granat and excerpts of his The American Songbook series, regularly performed at the 92nd Street Y, to Berkshire South! Harvey’s shows are unique in that they focus on a composer and/lyricist, combining his singing of their songs with fascinating “inside” stories from their lives. Members: $10; Non-Members $15. 7pm – 8:30pm.

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    8. Jul

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      Into The Woods

      Mac-Haydn Theatre, Inc., The

      1925 State Route 203, Chatham NY 12037

      This Tony Award winning smash will be the event of the summer! Fairy tales collide in this musical twist on happily ever after. 2pm & 8pm. 

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    9. Jul

      28

      Live Entertainment

      Panchos Mexican Restaurant

      156 North Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Live entertainment every Thursday night. No cover charge. 6pm.

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    10. Jul

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      Live Entertainment with John Davidson

      Gateways Inn & Restaurant

      51 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Relax and enjoy live entertainment in our newly remodeled Lounge. $15 minimum per person. No reservations required. 7:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    11. Jul

      28

      Naumkeag at Night

      Naumkeag House and Gardens

      5 Prospect Hill Road, Stockbridge MA 01262

      The perfect end to a Berkshires summer day with a variety of live music provided by some of the area’s most popular bands, with cocktails and the gardens of Naumkeag providing the perfect backdrop. Trustees Members: $5; Nonmember: $10. 5pm – 8pm.

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    12. Jul

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      Or,

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      The bawdy 1660s look a lot like the modern day in this playful comedy about one chaotic night in the life of the poet, spy, and first female playwright Aphra Behn. Determined to leave the spy trade behind and launch her new career, Ms. Behn must deliver a play by morning, a task complicated by an array of amorous distractions and scandalous revelations. Can she resist the charms of an infatuated actress, save the king, win a pardon, and write her masterpiece, all in one night? Tina Packer Playhouse, 7:30pm.

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    13. Jul

      28

      Party in the Park – Whiskey City

      City of North Adams Office of Community Events

      Noel Field at 310 State St, North Adams, MA 01247, USA

      Annual summer concert series every Thursday night in July and August with ample seating and plenty of food vendors, this is a great opportunity to unwind at the end of the day with some rock n’ roll and good company. Free. 6pm – 8pm.

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    14. Jul

      28

      Peerless

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      How far would you go to get into the college of your choice? When brilliant, ambitious twin sisters L and M realize that perfect academics and superb extracurricular activities aren’t enough to get into their dream college, they decide to take matters into their own hands. Peerless is a comedy…until it isn’t. St. Germain Stage. 7:30pm.

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    15. Jul

      28

      Percussion Student Recital

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      45 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Percussion Students in BUTI Young Artists Programs present a recital of varied works. Free to the public with open seating. 6pm.

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    16. Jul

      28

      Play Reading: Revolutionary

      WAM Theatre

      Chester's Historic Town Hall at 15 Middlefield Rd, Chester, MA 01011, USA

      A free reading of Lauren Gunderson’s smart, sly play The Revolutionists with a talkback following the reading. In The Revolutionists, four remarkable women lose their heads in an irreverent, girlpowered comedy set during the French Revolution. At the height of the Reign of Terror, playwright Olympe de Gouges, assassin Charlotte Corday, activist Marianne Angelle and former queen Marie Antoinette hang out, plot murder and try to beat back extremist insanity in Paris. Free. 2pm.

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    17. Jul

      28

      Poster Boy

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Inspired by actual events surrounding the 2010 suicide of Tyler Clementi, a college student who brought national attention to cyber-bullying, Poster Boy is a provocative and moving new musical and lays bare the complexity of protecting our privacy, identity and humanity in the digital era. Nikos Stage. 7:30pm.

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    18. Jul

      28

      Romance Novels for Dummies

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Sisters Liz and Bernie couldn’t be more different: Liz is a good, Southern stay-at-home mom; Bernie is a flailing actress smoking and swearing her way through New York City. But when Liz is suddenly widowed, she and her young daughter move in with Bernie to start again. Romance Novels for Dummies asks us to imagine how we might handle the curve-balls, big and small, that life throws us. Main Stage. 2pm.

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    19. Jul

      28

      Romance Novels for Dummies

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Sisters Liz and Bernie couldn’t be more different: Liz is a good, Southern stay-at-home mom; Bernie is a flailing actress smoking and swearing her way through New York City. But when Liz is suddenly widowed, she and her young daughter move in with Bernie to start again. Romance Novels for Dummies asks us to imagine how we might handle the curve-balls, big and small, that life throws us. Main Stage. 7:30pm.

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    20. Jul

      28

      Shakespeare in the Park – The Tempest

      Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development

      First Street Common at 1st St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      The Tempest takes place on a magical island inhabited by spirits and monsters and two humans, castoffs from society: a wizard and his daughter. The Tempest is the story of the old man’s revenge…or forgiveness. Outdoors on the Common. Free. 8pm.

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    21. Jul

      28

      The Pirates of Penzance

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      With its swashbuckling pirates, bumbling policeman and a Major-General who sings one of the most famous patter songs in musical theatre history, The Pirates of Penzance is sure to be a treat for the whole family. Main Stage. 8pm.

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    22. Jul

      28

      The Stone Witch

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      In this World Premiere, reality and fantasy collide when a struggling, young writer is chosen by a powerful book editor for a special assignment—to help a reclusive children’s book author and illustrator complete his first manuscript in over a decade. Judd Hirsch stars in this darkly humorous play makes us question the cost of success. Fitzpatrick Main Stage. 7pm.

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    23. Jul

      28

      The Wiz

      Barrington Stage Company

      Berkshire Museum at 39 South St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      The Wiz is a glorious musical retelling of L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, with a book by William F. Brown and an infectious, funky and soulful score and lyrics by Charlie Small. The Wiz brings a renewed relevance to a timeless American classic. It’s blazing with high spirits and sizzling with vitality. 2pm & 7pm.

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    24. Jul

      28

      Ugly Lies the Bone

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Newly discharged and bearing deep physical and emotional scars from three tours in Afghanistan, Jess builds a virtual escape from her pain through an innovative new video game therapy. Her new perception of reality allows her to begin to restore her relationships, her life and slowly, herself. Bernstein Theatre, 3:00 pm.

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    25. Jul

      28

      Wendy Whelan and Brian Brooks with Brooklyn Rider

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      Choreographer Brian Brooks and former New York City Ballet star and principal dancer Wendy Whelan return to the Pillow with new solos and duets, full of elegance and electricity. This singular performance is amplified by the remarkable, live musical stylings of string quartet Brooklyn Rider. Ted Shawn Theatre. 8pm.

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      Greens of Summer

      Greylock Gallery

      71 Spring Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Daily until August 30, 2016

      Enjoy viewing the Greens of Summer at Greylock Gallery! Featuring artists Stanley Bielen, Susan Read Cronin, Gracia Dayton, Joe Gitterman, Curt Hanson, Tracy Helgeson, Hale Johnson, Susan Jones Kenyon, John MacDonald, Teri Malo, Robin Remick, Ben Shattuck, John Traynor and George Van Hook! 10am – 5:30pm.

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    1. Jul

      29

      ARIAS Company

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      Bryan Arias premieres a rather lovely thing, a contemporary work that challenges notions of identity, bias, and stereotype, danced to music ranging from Frédéric Chopin to Nico Muhly and Max Richter. The stellar cast of dancers includes Arias himself as well as Jermaine Spivey of The Forsythe Company and Kidd Pivot; Spenser Theberge of The Forsythe Company and Nederlands Dans Theater; Ana-Maria Lucaciu formerly of Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet; and others. Doris Duke Theatre. 8:15pm.

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    2. Jul

      29

      Big River + Patio Cabaret

      Sharon Playhouse

      49 Amenia Road, Sharon CT 06069

      Winner of 7 Tony Awards including Best Musical, this timeless classic moves down the Mississippi as Huck Finn helps his friend Jim, a slave, escape to freedom. Their adventures are suspenseful, heartwarming, and hilarious. A brilliantly theatrical celebration of America! Main Stage. 7pm.

      Swing by our beautiful covered lounge after the show, grab a drink, and take in a Patio Cabaret! Featuring incredible Sharon Playhouse cast members and some surprise special guests. No cover charge.

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    3. Jul

      29

      Blue Light Trio

      Rainbow Restaurant

      109 First Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      This Berkshire based trio will be here playing classic Jazz favorites along with some fresh original Jazz. No cover. 7:30pm.

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    4. Jul

      29

      Capitol Steps at Cranwell

      Capitol Steps

      55 Lee Road, Lenox MA 01240

      The outrageously funny Capitol Steps bring their political satire and song parodies fueled by the upcoming elections. 8pm.

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    5. Jul

      29

      Chesterfest – Screamin’ Rebel Angels

      Chesterwood

      4 Williamsville Road, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Bring a blanket or chair and enjoy the music of Screamin’ Rebel Angels, an energetic foursome whose music evokes the primitive energy of early Rock n’ Roll and Rockabilly, and emotion of 1950s Rhythm & Blues and Soul. Wandering Star Craft Brewery beer and Smokey Sweet BBQ are available for purchase. Tickets: Adults, $10, Kids 13-18, $5; under 13 free. Rain or shine. Grounds open at 5pm; concert at 6pm.

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    6. Jul

      29

      Five Thirty Fridays with Eagles Band Ensemble

      Southern Berkshire Chamber Of Commerce

      Great Barrington Town Hall at 334 Main St, Great Barrington, MA 01230, USA

      Free concert at the Great Barrington Bandstand. Bring your lawn chair, a snack and enjoy! Plenty of free parking at the GB Town Hall after 4pm. Concert starts at 5:30pm.

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    7. Jul

      29

      Forever Plaid

      Theater Barn, The

      654 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      This deliciously fun show is chock-full of classic barbershop quartet harmonies and pitch perfect melodies! The “Plaids” are a guaranteed smash, with a program of beloved songs and delightful patter that keeps audiences rolling in the aisles, when they’re not humming along to some of the greatest nostalgic pop hits of the 1950’s. 8pm.

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    8. Jul

      29

      Friday Cabaret Rail Cruise

      Berkshire Scenic Railway - Hoosac Valley Service

      North Adams MA 01247

      Exclusive Friday Evening Cabaret Rail Cruise featuring live music performed by the Berkshire’s own popular piano & voice duo of Samantha Talora & Ron Ramsay! Each show features a unique and diverse musical program, fun trivia, prizes & more in an informal, laid-back, family-fun atmosphere. BYOB and picnic on-board our moving cabaret show! Bring your own beverages & snacks for a one-hour, round trip experience. Beer, wine & cocktails are specifically welcome and encouraged! Tickets $25pp. 6:30pm.

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    9. Jul

      29

      Into The Woods

      Mac-Haydn Theatre, Inc., The

      1925 State Route 203, Chatham NY 12037

      This Tony Award winning smash will be the event of the summer! Fairy tales collide in this musical twist on happily ever after. 8pm.

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    10. Jul

      29

      Live Entertainment: After Hours

      Gateways Inn & Restaurant

      51 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Relax and enjoy live entertainment in our newly remodeled Lounge. $15 minimum per person. No reservations required. 7:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    11. Jul

      29

      Miracle and Monstah: Dance Omi Alumni Concert

      PS21, Inc.

      2980 Route 66, Chatham NY 12037

      This evening of dance celebrates 25 years of Art Omi, and features alumni Stephanie Miracle and Monstah Black. Each summer Omi International Arts Center welcomes international dancers and choreographers to its Dance Residency. Tickets: $30; $25 members; $15 students. 8pm – 10pm.

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    12. Jul

      29

      Mozart and Mahler

      Tanglewood

      297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Andris Nelsons conducts Mozart and Mahler. MOZART Piano Concerto No. 27 in B-flat, K.595; MAHLER Symphony No. 9. In the Shed. 8pm.

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    13. Jul

      29

      Music of Beethoven, Bresnick & Brahms

      Norfolk Chamber Music Festival – Yale School of Music

      Music Shed, 20 Litchfield Road, Norfolk CT 06058

      BEETHOVEN: Trio in B-flat Major, Op 11; BRESNICK: Prayers Remain Forever; BRAHMS: Sextet for strings in B-flat Major, Op 18. 8pm.

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    14. Jul

      29

      Or,

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      The bawdy 1660s look a lot like the modern day in this playful comedy about one chaotic night in the life of the poet, spy, and first female playwright Aphra Behn. Determined to leave the spy trade behind and launch her new career, Ms. Behn must deliver a play by morning, a task complicated by an array of amorous distractions and scandalous revelations. Can she resist the charms of an infatuated actress, save the king, win a pardon, and write her masterpiece, all in one night? Tina Packer Playhouse, 7:30pm.

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    15. Jul

      29

      Painting Demonstration

      Frelinghuysen Morris House & Studio

      92 Hawthorne Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Painting demonstration with artist Tony Conner, creating in plein air and discussing technique. Free with admission. 11am.

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    16. Jul

      29

      Peerless

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      How far would you go to get into the college of your choice? When brilliant, ambitious twin sisters L and M realize that perfect academics and superb extracurricular activities aren’t enough to get into their dream college, they decide to take matters into their own hands. Peerless is a comedy…until it isn’t. St. Germain Stage. 7:30pm.

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    17. Jul

      29

      Poster Boy

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Inspired by actual events surrounding the 2010 suicide of Tyler Clementi, a college student who brought national attention to cyber-bullying, Poster Boy is a provocative and moving new musical and lays bare the complexity of protecting our privacy, identity and humanity in the digital era. Nikos Stage. 8pm.

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    18. Jul

      29

      Rita Rudner

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Named Las Vegas’s “Comedian of The Year “nine years in a row, Rita Rudner’s razor sharp wit is undeniable.  The award-winning comedian, actress and best-selling author has been a frequent guest on the Late Night with David Letterman and The Tonight Show. Her first HBO special, Rita Rudner’s One Night Stand, was nominated for several awards, as was her English BBC television show which later appeared on A&E. 8pm.

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    19. Jul

      29

      Romance Novels for Dummies

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Sisters Liz and Bernie couldn’t be more different: Liz is a good, Southern stay-at-home mom; Bernie is a flailing actress smoking and swearing her way through New York City. But when Liz is suddenly widowed, she and her young daughter move in with Bernie to start again. Romance Novels for Dummies asks us to imagine how we might handle the curve-balls, big and small, that life throws us. Main Stage. 8pm.

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    20. Jul

      29

      Shakespeare in the Park – The Tempest

      Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development

      First Street Common at 1st St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      The Tempest takes place on a magical island inhabited by spirits and monsters and two humans, castoffs from society: a wizard and his daughter. The Tempest is the story of the old man’s revenge…or forgiveness. Outdoors on the Common. Free. 8pm.

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    21. Jul

      29

      The BTUs Live!

      Firefly Gastropub & Catering Co.

      71 Church Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Berkshire County’s favorite rock-jazz-blues-funk band, the BTUs are back! The BTUs, a Berkshire institution, is led by lead guitarist Steve Ide and also includes Bob McVeety on guitar and vocals, Rob Putnam on bass, and Andy Crawford on drums. Join us and get your groove on! 8:30pm – 11:30pm.

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    22. Jul

      29

      The Emperor of the Moon

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      When love strikes, chaos ensues and a coup of astronomic proportions results. Sisters, suitors, servants, and a father obsessed with the moon set the stage for a stellar farce performed under the open-air tent. Ware’s fast-paced, family-friendly adaptation of Aphra Behn’s Restoration comedy, based in Commedia dell’Arte, offers audiences of every age a hearty dose of mayhem, music and merriment. Rose Footprint Theatre, 5:30 pm.

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    23. Jul

      29

      The Frog Prince

      Mac-Haydn Theatre, Inc., The

      1925 State Route 203, Chatham NY 12037

      A young prince has been turned into a frog by an evil witch. Can a young princess save the day? 10:30am.

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    24. Jul

      29

      The Pirates of Penzance

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      With its swashbuckling pirates, bumbling policeman and a Major-General who sings one of the most famous patter songs in musical theatre history, The Pirates of Penzance is sure to be a treat for the whole family. Main Stage. 2pm & 8pm.

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    25. Jul

      29

      The Secret Life of Bats

      Bartholomew's Cobble

      105 Weatogue Road, Ashley Falls MA 01222

      Bats play an important role in the ecosystem. Come to the Cobble and learn more about who these fascinating creatures are and the challenges they are facing. Participants will learn ways to actively encourage and cultivate bat habitat. Trustees Members: $5; Nonmember: $10. 4pm – 6pm.

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    26. Jul

      29

      The Stone Witch

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      In this World Premiere, reality and fantasy collide when a struggling, young writer is chosen by a powerful book editor for a special assignment—to help a reclusive children’s book author and illustrator complete his first manuscript in over a decade. Judd Hirsch stars in this darkly humorous play makes us question the cost of success. Fitzpatrick Main Stage. 8pm.

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    27. Jul

      29

      The Wiz

      Barrington Stage Company

      Berkshire Museum at 39 South St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      The Wiz is a glorious musical retelling of L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, with a book by William F. Brown and an infectious, funky and soulful score and lyrics by Charlie Small. The Wiz brings a renewed relevance to a timeless American classic. It’s blazing with high spirits and sizzling with vitality.  7pm.

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    28. Jul

      29

      Ugly Lies the Bone

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Newly discharged and bearing deep physical and emotional scars from three tours in Afghanistan, Jess builds a virtual escape from her pain through an innovative new video game therapy. Her new perception of reality allows her to begin to restore her relationships, her life and slowly, herself. Bernstein Theatre, 3:00 pm.

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    29. Jul

      29

      Wendy Whelan and Brian Brooks with Brooklyn Rider

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      Choreographer Brian Brooks and former New York City Ballet star and principal dancer Wendy Whelan return to the Pillow with new solos and duets, full of elegance and electricity. This singular performance is amplified by the remarkable, live musical stylings of string quartet Brooklyn Rider. Ted Shawn Theatre. 8pm.

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    30. Jul

      29

      West African Dance and Drum Workshop Performance

      PS21, Inc.

      2980 Route 66, Chatham NY 12037

      This high energy display of West African dance from Mali is part of PS21’s Just for Fun program of free Friday afternoon performances for kids. This popular annual performance features participants from the previous week’s dance and drumming workshop. Free. 1pm – 1:45pm.

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    1. Jul

      30

      A Jam For All Seasons

      Behold! New Lebanon

      Behold Station & General Store, 438 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      What do you do when all your fruit ripens at one time? Make jam! In this workshop, chef extraordinaire Deborah Gordon will show you how to turn your seasonal produce into a delicious treat to enjoy for months after harvesting. $18pp. Children under 12 free. 3:30pm.

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      30

      Annual Fete

      Berkshire Botanical Garden

      The Lenox Club at 111 Yokun Ave, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      The Berkshire Botanical Garden will be hosting its annual summer fundraiser at the Lenox Club. More details to follow.

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    3. Jul

      30

      Architecture’s Odd Couple-Frank Lloyd Wright & Philip Johnson

      Frelinghuysen Morris House & Studio

      92 Hawthorne Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Slide lecture by author Hugh Howard on his new book. Space is limited, please reserve. 3pm. 

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    4. Jul

      30

      ARIAS Company

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      Bryan Arias premieres a rather lovely thing, a contemporary work that challenges notions of identity, bias, and stereotype, danced to music ranging from Frédéric Chopin to Nico Muhly and Max Richter. The stellar cast of dancers includes Arias himself as well as Jermaine Spivey of The Forsythe Company and Kidd Pivot; Spenser Theberge of The Forsythe Company and Nederlands Dans Theater; Ana-Maria Lucaciu formerly of Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet; and others. Doris Duke Theatre. 2:15pm &  8:15pm.

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    5. Jul

      30

      Bang on a Can Festival Finale

      MASS MoCA

      87 Marshall Street, North Adams MA 01247

      Join us for this six hour festival finale featuring more music by guest composer, Eco-Revolutionary John Luther Adams, plus a special renditions of Steve Reich’s early classic Music For Mallet Instruments, Voices and Organ, Julia Wolfe’s raucous Tell Me Everything, and a world premiere by Bang on a Can All-Star and festival favorite, Ken Thomson. $5 members; $12 students; Bang alum + advance; $18 day of; $24 preferred. 4pm – 10pm.

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    6. Jul

      30

      Big River + Patio Cabaret

      Sharon Playhouse

      49 Amenia Road, Sharon CT 06069

      Winner of 7 Tony Awards including Best Musical, this timeless classic moves down the Mississippi as Huck Finn helps his friend Jim, a slave, escape to freedom. Their adventures are suspenseful, heartwarming, and hilarious. A brilliantly theatrical celebration of America! Main Stage. 3pm & 8pm.

      Swing by our beautiful covered lounge after the show, grab a drink, and take in a Patio Cabaret! Featuring incredible Sharon Playhouse cast members and some surprise special guests. No cover charge.

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    7. Jul

      30

      Brian Benlien

      Rainbow Restaurant

      109 First Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Making his solo Rainbow debut with his accoustic guitar giving us Classic Covers and more. No cover. 7:30pm.

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    8. Jul

      30

      Capitol Steps at Cranwell

      Capitol Steps

      55 Lee Road, Lenox MA 01240

      The outrageously funny Capitol Steps bring their political satire and song parodies fueled by the upcoming elections. 8pm.

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    9. Jul

      30

      Corigliano, Sibelius and Beethoven

      Tanglewood

      297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Andris Nelsons conducts Corigliano, Sibelius and Beethoven featuring Augustin Hadelich. CORIGLIANO Fantasia on an Ostinato; SIBELIUS Violin Concerto; BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 7. In the Shed. 8pm.

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    10. Jul

      30

      Downtown Pittsfield Farmers Market

      Downtown Pittsfield Farmers Market

      The Common, First Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Join us for fresh, local and seasonal fruits and vegetables, pasture-raised meats, eggs, cheese, breads, baked goods, coffee, wine, artisan goods, and more. Live music, chef demos, workshops and children’s activities make for a fun day for all! SNAP proudly accepted. 9am – 1pm.

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    11. Jul

      30

      Dvorak Requiem

      Berkshire Choral International

      245 North Undermountain Road, Sheffield MA 01257

      Dvorak Requiem conducted by Gary Thor Wedow, Seattle Opera, New York City Opera, The Juilliard School.  Pre-concert lecture at 6:15pm. 7:30pm. 

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    12. Jul

      30

      Forever Plaid

      Theater Barn, The

      654 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      This deliciously fun show is chock-full of classic barbershop quartet harmonies and pitch perfect melodies! The “Plaids” are a guaranteed smash, with a program of beloved songs and delightful patter that keeps audiences rolling in the aisles, when they’re not humming along to some of the greatest nostalgic pop hits of the 1950’s. 4pm & 8pm. 

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    13. Jul

      30

      Fun Geometric Sweaters Knitting Workshop

      Colorful Stitches

      48 Main Street/Rear Suite, Lenox MA 01240

      Even an advanced beginner knitter can design modern innovative sweaters with geometric shapes. Nationally acclaimed fashion knitwear designer Norah Gaughan will be teaching a workshop for knitters at Colorful Stitches in Lenox, MA. Students will drape new sweater ideas using polar fleece fabric and then design custom sweaters from their ideas with a focus on custom fit. $125pp. 1pm – 4pm.

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    14. Jul

      30

      History Talk: Memory Places: Rethinking Historic Landscapes in Native American and Colonial New England

      Bidwell House Museum, The

      Tyringham Union Church at Main Rd, Tyringham, MA 01264, USA

      A sense of “place” has mattered immensely to Native Americans, and also to colonists who entered into this ancient terrain with aspirations for new societies. Swamps, freshwater springs, cliffs, woodland paths, home-sites, signified different things to these communities, leading to tension or outright conflict. DeLucia connects landscapes of today’s Northeast with much deeper pasts, and uses the concept of collective memory to explore alternative understandings of the grounds and material traces around us. Members: $10. Non-members: $15. 10am. 

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    15. Jul

      30

      Howard Fishman Quartet

      PS21, Inc.

      2980 Route 66, Chatham NY 12037

      Composer, singer/guitarist and bandleader Howard Fishman and his quartet. The band combines the exuberance and spontaneity of jazz with a storyteller’s sense of drama, emotional depth and play, and includes some of the most talented musicians working today. Tickets: $25; $20 members; $14 students. 8pm – 10pm.

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    16. Jul

      30

      Into The Woods

      Mac-Haydn Theatre, Inc., The

      1925 State Route 203, Chatham NY 12037

      This Tony Award winning smash will be the event of the summer! Fairy tales collide in this musical twist on happily ever after. 4pm & 8pm.

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    17. Jul

      30

      Live Entertainment: Johnny Irion

      Firefly Gastropub & Catering Co.

      71 Church Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Born into a highly artistic and musical family and known for his “lush, dreamy sound,” Johnny Irion will be making his debut appearance at Firefly on July 30. Married to Sarah Lee Guthrie, his sound combines his love of rock and blues with his wife’s roots of folk and country. You’re not going to want to miss an evening with amazing artist. 8:30pm – 11:30pm.

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    18. Jul

      30

      Live Entertainment: Rob Kelly & Laura Tupper

      Gateways Inn & Restaurant

      51 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Relax and enjoy live entertainment in our newly remodeled Lounge. $15 minimum per person. No reservations required. 7:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    19. Jul

      30

      Music of Copland, Hindemith & Brahms

      Norfolk Chamber Music Festival – Yale School of Music

      Music Shed, 20 Litchfield Road, Norfolk CT 06058

      COPLAND: Duo for Flute and Piano; HINDEMITH: Septet for Wind Instruments; BRAHMS: Sextet for strings in G Major, Op 36, “Agathe”. 8pm.

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    20. Jul

      30

      Open Autocross Day

      Lime Rock Park

      497 Lime Rock Road, Lakeville CT 06039

      Lime Rock’s autocross is our “mini” race track located in the upper infield area. It is a paved circuit, with no barriers or guardrails. Each of the various corners – sweepers, increasing- and decreasing radii, 90s, 180s and designed to test and develop your talent, all under the watchful and helpful eyes of Lime Rock’s renowned racing instructors. Moms in minivans to pro drivers in race cars take to the autocross to hone, develop and refine their car-control skills and have a huge amount of fun in the process! Open to any licensed driver.

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    21. Jul

      30

      Or,

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      The bawdy 1660s look a lot like the modern day in this playful comedy about one chaotic night in the life of the poet, spy, and first female playwright Aphra Behn. Determined to leave the spy trade behind and launch her new career, Ms. Behn must deliver a play by morning, a task complicated by an array of amorous distractions and scandalous revelations. Can she resist the charms of an infatuated actress, save the king, win a pardon, and write her masterpiece, all in one night? Tina Packer Playhouse, 2:00pm.

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    22. Jul

      30

      Peerless

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      How far would you go to get into the college of your choice? When brilliant, ambitious twin sisters L and M realize that perfect academics and superb extracurricular activities aren’t enough to get into their dream college, they decide to take matters into their own hands. Peerless is a comedy…until it isn’t. St. Germain Stage. 7:30pm.

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    23. Jul

      30

      Pittsfield Suns vs Nashua Silver Knights

      Pittsfield Suns

      105 Wahconah Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      The Suns take on the Nashua Silver Knights at historic Wahconah Park. General admission $6. 7pm.

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    24. Jul

      30

      Plein Air Drawing at Crystal

      Clark Art Institute

      225 South Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Enjoy a hike on Stone Hill and pick up a drawing kit at Thomas Schütte’s Crystal and be inspired by the beautiful landscape of the Clark campus and try your hand at plein air drawing. Don’t miss special acoustic musical performances at 2pm presented by Common Folk Artist Collective at Crystal. 1pm – 4pm.

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    25. Jul

      30

      Poster Boy

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Inspired by actual events surrounding the 2010 suicide of Tyler Clementi, a college student who brought national attention to cyber-bullying, Poster Boy is a provocative and moving new musical and lays bare the complexity of protecting our privacy, identity and humanity in the digital era. Nikos Stage. 3:30pm & 8pm.

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    26. Jul

      30

      Romance Novels for Dummies

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Sisters Liz and Bernie couldn’t be more different: Liz is a good, Southern stay-at-home mom; Bernie is a flailing actress smoking and swearing her way through New York City. But when Liz is suddenly widowed, she and her young daughter move in with Bernie to start again. Romance Novels for Dummies asks us to imagine how we might handle the curve-balls, big and small, that life throws us. Main Stage. 3:30pm & 8pm.

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    27. Jul

      30

      Scenic Train Ride

      Berkshire Scenic Railway - Hoosac Valley Service

      North Adams MA 01247

      10 mile, narrated hour long round-trip scenic train ride between North Adams and Adams. Departs North Adams station at 10am, 11:30am, 1:30pm & 3pm. Tickets: Adults, $12, Seniors, $11, Children (4-12), $8.

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    28. Jul

      30

      Sensing Place Hike: Nature Journaling on Stone Hill

      Clark Art Institute

      225 South Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Join Jennifer Lovett, conservation biologist, artist, author, and nature journalist on this special hike of the Clark’s trails, where you can try your hand at journaling what you see. Take a moment to stop, look, ponder, and record the distinct details that make up Stone Hill. All levels of artistic skill are welcome. Journals and pencils will be provided. 10:30am – 11:30am.

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    29. Jul

      30

      Shakespeare in the Park

      Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development

      First Street Common at 1st St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      The Tempest takes place on a magical island inhabited by spirits and monsters and two humans, castoffs from society: a wizard and his daughter. The Tempest is the story of the old man’s revenge…or forgiveness. Outdoors on the Common. Free. 8pm.

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    30. Jul

      30

      The Fab Faux – A Hard Day’s Night and more!

      Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, Inc.

      14 Castle Street, Great Barrington MA 01230

      With a commitment to the accurate reproduction of The Beatles` repertoire, The Fab Faux treat the seminal music with unwavering respect, and are known for their painstaking recreations of the songs, Far beyond a cover band, they play the music of The Beatles so impeccably that one must experience it to believe it. 8pm.

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    31. Jul

      30

      The Frog Prince

      Mac-Haydn Theatre, Inc., The

      1925 State Route 203, Chatham NY 12037

      A young prince has been turned into a frog by an evil witch. Can a young princess save the day? 10:30am.

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    32. Jul

      30

      The Language of Birds

      Behold! New Lebanon

      Behold Station & General Store, 438 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      Many bird species communicate with a variety of sounds: songs, companion calls, begging and alarms. Join Kevin Bose to learn how the National Audubon Society is using Bird Language to create land stewards within the next generation of leaders. $18pp. Children under 12 free. 1pm.

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    33. Jul

      30

      The Merchant of Venice

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      A perilous romance. A tragic history. An infamous wager. Shakespeare’s most controversial yet poignant play offers a visceral display of courtship, prejudice, money and revenge, ending ultimately in a choice between life and death. Tina Packer Playhouse, 7:30pm.

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    34. Jul

      30

      The Pirates of Penzance

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      With its swashbuckling pirates, bumbling policeman and a Major-General who sings one of the most famous patter songs in musical theatre history, The Pirates of Penzance is sure to be a treat for the whole family. Main Stage.  8pm.

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    35. Jul

      30

      The Stone Witch

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      In this World Premiere, reality and fantasy collide when a struggling, young writer is chosen by a powerful book editor for a special assignment—to help a reclusive children’s book author and illustrator complete his first manuscript in over a decade. Judd Hirsch stars in this darkly humorous play makes us question the cost of success. Fitzpatrick Main Stage. 2pm & 8pm.

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    36. Jul

      30

      The Wiz

      Barrington Stage Company

      Berkshire Museum at 39 South St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      The Wiz is a glorious musical retelling of L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, with a book by William F. Brown and an infectious, funky and soulful score and lyrics by Charlie Small. The Wiz brings a renewed relevance to a timeless American classic. It’s blazing with high spirits and sizzling with vitality. 2pm.

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    37. Jul

      30

      Tor Hyams and Lisa Rothhauser in “Life, Who Knew”

      Egremont Village Inn, The

      17 Main Street, South Egremont MA 01258

      “Her powerful, belting voice combined with her controlled and elating “mixed” voice set the bar.” Theater Pizzaz. “There is no question that Lisa’s voice is sensational,” Times Square Chronicle, and “I embark on an adventure of music and lyrics, with songs by Grammy nominated songwriter Tor Hyams and veteran Broadway performer Lisa Rothauser. This was the debut of their favorite selections from their four-year collaboration in musical theater, and I found their songs to be creative, upbeat and endearing.” Erika Finn, Huffington Post. Tickets $25. 7pm & 9pm.

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    38. Jul

      30

      Twelfth Night

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Outdoors, fresh, and fast-paced, Shakespeare’s rebellious comedy catapults audiences into a world of illusion, debauchery and mayhem. Amidst the forest and foliage, audiences are transported to the mythical land of Illyria—alongside the recently shipwrecked and lovelorn Viola. This 90-minute frolic unravels a madcap mix-up of characters and offers a reunion of epic proportions. The Dell at the Mount, 11:00 am.

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    39. Jul

      30

      Ugly Lies the Bone

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Newly discharged and bearing deep physical and emotional scars from three tours in Afghanistan, Jess builds a virtual escape from her pain through an innovative new video game therapy. Her new perception of reality allows her to begin to restore her relationships, her life and slowly, herself. Bernstein Theatre, 3:00 pm.

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    40. Jul

      30

      Wendy Whelan and Brian Brooks with Brooklyn Rider

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      Choreographer Brian Brooks and former New York City Ballet star and principal dancer Wendy Whelan return to the Pillow with new solos and duets, full of elegance and electricity. This singular performance is amplified by the remarkable, live musical stylings of string quartet Brooklyn Rider. Ted Shawn Theatre. 2pm & 8pm.

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    41. Jul

      30

      Young Artists Orchestra

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      Tanglewood, Seiji Ozawa Hall at 297 West St, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      Students of the Young Artists Orchestra perform Mahler’s Symphony No. 6 conducted by Paul Haas at Seiji Ozawa Hall. Tickets are $12.00 with open seating. 2:30pm.

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    42. Jul

      30

      Young Artists Orchestra and Chorus

      Tanglewood

      297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute Young Artists Orchestra and Chorus. MAHLER Symphony No. 6. At Seiji Ozawa Hall. 2:30pm.

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    43. Jul

      30

      Young Artists Piano Program Student Recital

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      45 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Students in the BUTI Young Artists Piano Program present a recital of varied works. Free to the public with open seating. 11am.

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    1. Jul

      31

      ARIAS Company

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      Bryan Arias premieres a rather lovely thing, a contemporary work that challenges notions of identity, bias, and stereotype, danced to music ranging from Frédéric Chopin to Nico Muhly and Max Richter. The stellar cast of dancers includes Arias himself as well as Jermaine Spivey of The Forsythe Company and Kidd Pivot; Spenser Theberge of The Forsythe Company and Nederlands Dans Theater; Ana-Maria Lucaciu formerly of Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet; and others. Doris Duke Theatre. 2:15pm.

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    2. Jul

      31

      Big River

      Sharon Playhouse

      49 Amenia Road, Sharon CT 06069

      Winner of 7 Tony Awards including Best Musical, this timeless classic moves down the Mississippi as Huck Finn helps his friend Jim, a slave, escape to freedom. Their adventures are suspenseful, heartwarming, and hilarious. A brilliantly theatrical celebration of America! Main Stage. 1pm & 5:30pm.

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    3. Jul

      31

      Capitol Steps at Cranwell

      Capitol Steps

      55 Lee Road, Lenox MA 01240

      The outrageously funny Capitol Steps bring their political satire and song parodies fueled by the upcoming elections. 8pm.

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    4. Jul

      31

      Chick Corea Trio

      Tanglewood

      297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Chick Corea Trio featuring Christian McBride and Brian Blade. At Seiji Ozawa Hall. 8pm.

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    5. Jul

      31

      Concert featuring Nashama Carlebach and Josh Nelson

      Jewish Federation of the Berkshires

      Lenox Memorial Middle and High School at 197 East St, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      Two of the hottest stars in the modern Jewish music scene have come together in this powerful concert of hope, unity and spirituality. General Admission: $25; Young Adults under 30, $20; Children under 10 free. 7pm – 9pm.

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      31

      Concert: Neshama Carlebach & Josh Nelson

      Jewish Federation of the Berkshires

      Lenox Memorial High School Duffin Theatre at 197 East St, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      See two of the hottest stars in the Jewish music world, live in concert! General Admission: $25; Young Adults under 30, $20; Children under 10 free. 7pm.

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    7. Jul

      31

      Design Your Own Semi-circle Knitted Vest

      Colorful Stitches

      48 Main Street/Rear Suite, Lenox MA 01240

      Norah Gaughan, nationally acclaimed fashion knitwear designer presents this workshop using her easy template, written in simple textured knit stitches to allow students to design their own flattering vest. Worked in one piece, pattern stitches are added as the student wishes. They make their vest elaborate or simple as desired. Students try on fleece models or the knitted vest samples to determine proper size. It’s the one piece that looks good on most figure types. For advanced beginner knitters+. $125pp. 10am – 1pm.

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    8. Jul

      31

      Film: Morgenthau

      Yiddish Book Center

      1021 West Street, Amherst MA 01002

      morgenthauThe story of three generations of an American family at the forefront of the most dramatic events of the past hundred years: Henry Morgenthau Sr., U.S. ambassador to the Ottoman Empire; Henry Morgenthau Jr., secretary of the treasury under FDR; and Robert M. Morgenthau, long-time district attorney of New York County. From fighting for international action against the genocide of Armenians, through efforts to rescue Jews during the Holocaust, to the struggle to reduce street crime and prosecute white-collar corruption in New York City, the trajectory of the three Morgenthau generations epitomizes the American experience and the lasting value of public service. Students: $4, Members: $6, General Admission: $8. 2pm – 3pm.

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    9. Jul

      31

      Forever Plaid

      Theater Barn, The

      654 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      This deliciously fun show is chock-full of classic barbershop quartet harmonies and pitch perfect melodies! The “Plaids” are a guaranteed smash, with a program of beloved songs and delightful patter that keeps audiences rolling in the aisles, when they’re not humming along to some of the greatest nostalgic pop hits of the 1950’s. 2pm.

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    10. Jul

      31

      Incantations and Song Magic

      Bascom Lodge

      Mt. Greylock State Reservation, Adams MA 01220

      Mt. Greylock is not only the highest mountain in Massachusetts, but J.K Rowling has designated it as the home of Llvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardy!! In this two-hour workshop we will determine if we are Thunderbirds, Horned Serpents, Pukwudgies or Wampuses and then create incantations, chants or poems based on our character. What is the sound at the heart of the snake horn fragment? Our creations can be performed at the evening show or kept secret. Rhythm instruments provided or found outdoors.   To register. Pay what you will: legal tender or dragon heartstring! 2pm – 4pm.

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    11. Jul

      31

      Into The Woods

      Mac-Haydn Theatre, Inc., The

      1925 State Route 203, Chatham NY 12037

      This Tony Award winning smash will be the event of the summer! Fairy tales collide in this musical twist on happily ever after. 2pm & 7pm.

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    12. Jul

      31

      JoAnne Spies and the Elemental Orchestra

      Bascom Lodge

      Mt. Greylock State Reservation, Adams MA 01220

      Original songs, poems, and stories that focus on the four elements with weavings of history of literary visitors to Mt. Greylock. Guitar, ukelele, and tank drum as well as the Elemental Orchestra will join in rhythm and sound explorations. Bring a favorite poem or song about wind, water, earth or air to share. Free. 5:30pm.

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    13. Jul

      31

      Live Entertainment: Paul Green Trio

      Gateways Inn & Restaurant

      51 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Relax and enjoy live entertainment in our newly remodeled Lounge. $15 minimum per person. No reservations required. 7:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    14. Jul

      31

      Piano Quartets

      Sevenars Music Festival

      Rte. 112 at Ireland Street, Worthington MA 01098

      Manchester Music Festival performers return to Sevenars this year by popular demand with another amazing program for four musicians, and they’re offering a musical feast of the richest and most impassioned chamber music repertoire. The program will include Mozart’s universally loved Piano Quartet in G Minor, Rachmaninoff’s magnificent Sonata for Piano and Cello, and Fauré’s transcendent Piano Quartet in C Minor. Prepare for an unforgettable afternoon of music! 4pm.

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    15. Jul

      31

      Pittsfield Suns vs Torrington Titans

      Pittsfield Suns

      105 Wahconah Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      The Suns take on the Torrington Titans at historic Wahconah Park. General admission $6. 5pm.

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    16. Jul

      31

      Poster Boy

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Inspired by actual events surrounding the 2010 suicide of Tyler Clementi, a college student who brought national attention to cyber-bullying, Poster Boy is a provocative and moving new musical and lays bare the complexity of protecting our privacy, identity and humanity in the digital era. Nikos Stage. 2pm & 7pm.

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    17. Jul

      31

      Romance Novels for Dummies

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Sisters Liz and Bernie couldn’t be more different: Liz is a good, Southern stay-at-home mom; Bernie is a flailing actress smoking and swearing her way through New York City. But when Liz is suddenly widowed, she and her young daughter move in with Bernie to start again. Romance Novels for Dummies asks us to imagine how we might handle the curve-balls, big and small, that life throws us. Main Stage. 2pm.

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    18. Jul

      31

      Scenic Train Ride

      Berkshire Scenic Railway - Hoosac Valley Service

      North Adams MA 01247

      10 mile, narrated hour long round-trip scenic train ride between North Adams and Adams. Departs North Adams station at 10am, 11:30am, 1:30pm & 3pm. Tickets: Adults, $12, Seniors, $11, Children (4-12), $8.

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    19. Jul

      31

      Shakespeare in the Park – The Tempest

      Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development

      First Street Common at 1st St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      The Tempest takes place on a magical island inhabited by spirits and monsters and two humans, castoffs from society: a wizard and his daughter. The Tempest is the story of the old man’s revenge…or forgiveness. Outdoors on the Common. Free. 8pm.

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    20. Jul

      31

      Summer Sundays – Human Tower Expo

      Clark Art Institute

      225 South Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      In celebration of the Catalonian Castell building tradition, professional acrobats from the Boston Circus Guild will attempt a four tier human tower in two performances at 1:30 & 3pm.

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    21. Jul

      31

      The Leonard Bernstein Memorial Concert

      Tanglewood

      297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Andris Nelsons conducts the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra for The Leonard Bernstein Memorial Concert. ALL-BRAHMS PROGRAM Piano Concerto No. 1; Symphony No. 1. In the Shed. 2:30pm.

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    22. Jul

      31

      The Lillias White Effect

      Barrington Stage Company

      Sydelle and Lee Blatt Performing Arts Center at 36 Linden St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      Tony Award-winner and Broadway veteran (The Life, Barnum, Dreamgirls) Lillias White will pull back the show curtain to tell humorous, poignant and inspiring stories from both her personal and show business life. 8pm.

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    23. Jul

      31

      The Pirates of Penzance

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      With its swashbuckling pirates, bumbling policeman and a Major-General who sings one of the most famous patter songs in musical theatre history, The Pirates of Penzance is sure to be a treat for the whole family. Main Stage. 5pm.

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    24. Jul

      31

      The Wiz

      Barrington Stage Company

      Berkshire Museum at 39 South St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      The Wiz is a glorious musical retelling of L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, with a book by William F. Brown and an infectious, funky and soulful score and lyrics by Charlie Small. The Wiz brings a renewed relevance to a timeless American classic. It’s blazing with high spirits and sizzling with vitality. 2pm.

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    25. Jul

      31

      Twelfth Night

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Outdoors, fresh, and fast-paced, Shakespeare’s rebellious comedy catapults audiences into a world of illusion, debauchery and mayhem. Amidst the forest and foliage, audiences are transported to the mythical land of Illyria—alongside the recently shipwrecked and lovelorn Viola. This 90-minute frolic unravels a madcap mix-up of characters and offers a reunion of epic proportions. The Dell at the Mount, 4:30 pm.

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    26. Jul

      31

      Ugly Lies the Bone

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Newly discharged and bearing deep physical and emotional scars from three tours in Afghanistan, Jess builds a virtual escape from her pain through an innovative new video game therapy. Her new perception of reality allows her to begin to restore her relationships, her life and slowly, herself. Bernstein Theatre, 8:30 pm.

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    27. Jul

      31

      Wendy Whelan and Brian Brooks with Brooklyn Rider

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      Choreographer Brian Brooks and former New York City Ballet star and principal dancer Wendy Whelan return to the Pillow with new solos and duets, full of elegance and electricity. This singular performance is amplified by the remarkable, live musical stylings of string quartet Brooklyn Rider. Ted Shawn Theatre. 2pm.

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    28. Jul

      31

      Young Artists Wind Ensemble

      Tanglewood

      297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute: Young Artists Wind Ensemble. Program to include works by GRAINGER, HOLST, STRAUSS, WAGNER, and alumni Mason BATES and Roshanne ETEZADY. At Seiji Ozawa Hall. 2:30pm.

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    29. Jul

      31

      Young Artists Wind Ensemble

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      Tanglewood, Seiji Ozawa Hall at 297 West St, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      Students of the Young Artists Wind Ensemble perform repertoire by Bates, Etezady, Grainger, Holst, Stamp, Strauss, and Wager/Cailliet, conducted by H. Robert Reynolds at Seiji Ozawa Hall. Free to the public with open seating. 2:30pm.

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    30. Jul

      31

      Young Artists Wind Ensemble Chamber Music

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      45 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Students in the BUTI Young Artists Wind Ensemble present a recital of chamber music. Free to the public with open seating. 10am.

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    31. Jul 31st

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      Aug 14th

      Summer Conference: Toward a Sustainable Future

      Kushi Institute at 198 Leland Rd, Becket, MA 01223, USA

      Daily until August 14, 2016

      Two weeks of dynamic programming – Toward a Sustainable Future. With over 150 classes and 65 presenters, this is one of the biggest events this year focused on a natural, ecological, balanced way of eating, the foundation for personal health and the sustainability of the planet.

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    1. Aug 1st

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      Aug 31st

      Americana on Parade: The Art of Robert McCloskey

      Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, The

      125 West Bay Road, Amherst MA 01002

      Daily until August 31, 2016

      In celebration of the 75th anniversary of Robert McCloskey’s Make Way for Ducklings (1941), The Carle offers a retrospective highlighting much of the original art from this beloved book. A selection of independent work, watercolors and paintings that connect McCloskey to such prominent American painters as Thomas Hart Benton and Edward Hopper, will also be showcased. Americana on Parade: The Art of Robert McCloskey will feature over 90 original artworks, ephemera, and rare preliminary book materials. 10am – 4pm. On view through October 23, 2016.

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    2. Aug 1st

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      Aug 9th

      Brilliant Colors

      Good Purpose Gallery & Spectrum Playhouse

      40 Main Street, Lee MA 01238

      Daily until August 9, 2016

      Featuring the artwork of Scott Taylor and Joanie Ciolfi. Two extremely talented artists who share a passion for brilliant colors. On view through August 9, 2016.

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    3. Aug 1st

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      Aug 31st

      Build a Better Baby Carriage: A 100th Anniversary Celebration

      Norman Rockwell Museum Store

      9 Route 183, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Daily until August 31, 2016

      This celebration of the centenary of Norman Rockwell Museum’s first Saturday Evening Post cover, Boy with Baby Carriage, published on May 16, 1916, will provide inspiration for exciting new works in diverse media by contemporary artists. Three-dimensional works based upon Rockwell’s theme will enliven the Museum grounds this summer and fall. On view through October 30, 2016.

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      Aug 7th

      Icons, Artists & Divas

      Sohn Fine Art Gallery, Printing, Framing & Workshops

      69 Church Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Daily until August 7, 2016

      Sohn Fine Art Gallery is pleased to present Icons, Artists & Divas, a photography exhibition featuring work by two master artists from two generations, working in different styles in the same theme: Ormond Gigli and Greg Gorman.

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    5. Aug 1st

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      Aug 31st

      Living on Earth: The Work of Robert Hite

      Berkshire Museum, The

      39 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Daily until August 31, 2016

      A dual-site exhibition of sculpture and photography on view at Hancock Shaker Village (opening 5/26) and The Berkshire Museum (opening June 30). Robert Hite is an accomplished painter, sculptor, and photographer, whose work often includes components of all three disciplines. Visitors will experience a full range of the artist’s work. Hancock Shaker Village will showcase two major site-specific installations and 4 to 6 other pieces of the artist’s sculpture in the out-of-doors, amid its gardens and iconic buildings. Berkshire Museum will present an indoor gallery of Hite’s photography and sculpture. On view through October 30, 2016.

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    6. Aug 1st

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      Aug 31st

      Living on Earth: The Work of Robert Hite

      Hancock Shaker Village

      1843 West Housatonic Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Daily until August 31, 2016

      A dual-site exhibition of sculpture and photography on view at Hancock Shaker Village and The Berkshire Museum. Robert Hite is an accomplished painter, sculptor, and photographer, whose work often includes components of all three disciplines. Visitors will experience a full range of the artist’s work. Hancock Shaker Village will showcase two major site-specific installations and 4 to 6 other pieces of the artist’s sculpture in the out-of-doors, amid its gardens and iconic buildings. Berkshire Museum will present an indoor gallery of Hite’s photography and sculpture. On view through October 30, 2016.

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    7. Aug 1st

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      Aug 31st

      Log Cabin – Old and New Quilt Show

      Brookside Quiltworks

      2 Sheffield Road, South Egremont MA 01258

      Daily until August 31, 2016

      New exhibit featuring Log Cabin Quilts, from vintage to modern, all sizes. Come see this highly anticipated show and vote for your favorite piece. Some items will be available for purchase. Tues – Fri 10 – 5, Sat 10 – 3, Sun 11 – 3, Closed Mondays.

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    8. Aug 1st

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      Aug 31st

      Milton Avery’s Vermont

      Bennington Museum

      75 Main Street, Bennington VT 05201

      Daily until August 31, 2016

      Milton Avery’s Vermont takes the first focused look at the work this great American modernist created based on his summers spent in Southern Vermont between 1935 and 1943. On view through November 6, 2016.

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    9. Aug 1st

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      Aug 31st

      Rockwell and Realism in an Abstract World

      Norman Rockwell Museum

      9 Route 183, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Daily until August 31, 2016

      For the first time, Norman Rockwell Museum will explore the contrast between the abstract and realist movements, placing works by Rockwell, Wyeth, and Warhol side by side with Pollock, Calder, Johns, and over 40 other preeminent artists. On view through October 30, 2016.

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    10. Aug 1st

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      Aug 31st

      Sensing Place: Reflecting on Stone Hill

      Clark Art Institute

      225 South Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Daily until August 31, 2016

      The accelerating pace of virtualization and globalization is transforming the world and human life at an unprecedented rate. As people move around the globe in search of work, education, food, or peace, a sense of place is easily lost. This exhibition asks us to consider the idea of place by tracing the history of Stone Hill—a prominent geological feature located in the heart of Williamstown—and exploring the meanings it holds. On view through October 10, 2016.

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    11. Aug 1st

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      Aug 31st

      Something About Summer: Paintings by Mark Barry

      Bennington Museum

      75 Main Street, Bennington VT 05201

      Daily until August 31, 2016

      The show features a number of Barry’s paintings varying in size all based on images of the everyday life he creates with family and friends in Maryland, Vermont and Massachusetts, all locations he calls home. Whether it’s biking, exploring nature, or swinging on a swing, the artist uses rich color to portray movement and that particular instant in life. On view through October 2, 2016.

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    12. Aug 1st

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      Aug 31st

      Splendor, Myth, and Vision: Nudes from the Prado

      Clark Art Institute

      225 South Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Daily until August 31, 2016

      Featuring twenty-eight Old Master paintings from the Museo Nacional del Prado in Madrid. The exhibition explores the role of the nude in European painting in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and the collecting and display practices of the Spanish royalty. Twenty-four of the paintings have never before been shown in America. On view through October 10, 2016.

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      Aug 31st

      The Nature of Glass: Contemporary Sculpture

      Chesterwood

      4 Williamsville Road, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Daily until August 31, 2016

      Annual outdoor sculpture exhibition curated by Jim Schantz of Schantz Galleries Contemporary Glass featuring 24 works by 12 internationally recognized glass artists. On view through September 18.

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    14. Aug

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      Brundibar Revisited

      Berkshire Jewish Film Festival

      Lenox Memorial High School Duffin Theater at 197 East St, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      Brundibar Revisited is a Berlin based youth theater, comprised of children of various ethnic backgrounds who live on the fringe. They learn powerful lessons as they stage the opera Brunidbar which was performed fifty times by Jewish youth in Theresienstadt. Sabena Hijacking: My Version is a striking reenactment combined with harrowing testimonies in the true story of a terrorist siege that forever shaped the Jewish State. 4pm.

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    15. Aug

      01

      Capitol Steps at Cranwell

      Capitol Steps

      55 Lee Road, Lenox MA 01240

      The outrageously funny Capitol Steps bring their political satire and song parodies fueled by the upcoming elections. 8pm.

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    16. Aug

      01

      Film Festival “Unfinished Spaces”

      PS21, Inc.

      2980 Route 66, Chatham NY 12037

      Cuba’s ambitious National Art Schools project, designed by three young artists in the wake of Castro’s Revolution, is neglected, nearly forgotten, then ultimately rediscovered as a visionary architectural masterpiece. Free. 8:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    17. Aug

      01

      Live Entertainment: Bobby MacVeety Duo

      Gateways Inn & Restaurant

      51 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Relax and enjoy live entertainment in our newly remodeled Lounge. $15 minimum per person. No reservations required. 7:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    18. Aug

      01

      Live, Original Music On The Common

      Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development

      The Common at 1st St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      Primate Fiasco plus Sounds and Tones: Artist Showcase.  Food and beverage available for purchase. In the case of rain or inclement weather, concert moves indoors at the Zion Lutheran Church, adjacent to the Common. Free. 6pm.

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    19. Aug

      01

      Peerless

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      How far would you go to get into the college of your choice? When brilliant, ambitious twin sisters L and M realize that perfect academics and superb extracurricular activities aren’t enough to get into their dream college, they decide to take matters into their own hands. Peerless is a comedy…until it isn’t. St. Germain Stage. 3pm. 

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    20. Aug

      01

      Sabena Hijacking: My Version

      Berkshire Jewish Film Festival

      197 East Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Recounting the dramatic events of May 8, 1972, the film is the true story of the hijacking of the Vienna-to-Tel Aviv Sabena flight 571 by four armed Palestinian “Black September” terrorists. For thirty nerve-wracking hours, the passengers and crew of Sabena 571 were held hostage in their seats, threatened to be blown to pieces if Israel refused to cooperate with demands to release over 300 Palestinian prisoners. Based on Sabena pilot Reginald Levy’s first-person account as well as the testimony of several passengers who survived the harrowing ordeal, the film presents a compelling cinematic reenactment of the events, weaving genuine archival material and exclusive interviews with three revered Israeli political leaders who were in charge of the rescue effort. Suspenseful and riveting. 8pm.

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    21. Aug

      01

      The Lillias White Effect

      Barrington Stage Company

      Sydelle and Lee Blatt Performing Arts Center at 36 Linden St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      Tony Award-winner and Broadway veteran (The Life, Barnum, Dreamgirls) Lillias White will pull back the show curtain to tell humorous, poignant and inspiring stories from both her personal and show business life. 8pm.

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    22. Aug

      01

      The Stone Witch

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      In this World Premiere, reality and fantasy collide when a struggling, young writer is chosen by a powerful book editor for a special assignment—to help a reclusive children’s book author and illustrator complete his first manuscript in over a decade. Judd Hirsch stars in this darkly humorous play makes us question the cost of success. Fitzpatrick Main Stage. 7pm.

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    1. Aug

      02

      Film Festival “Bauhaus in America”

      PS21, Inc.

      2980 Route 66, Chatham NY 12037

      A visually stunning documentary that explores the impact of the Bauhaus on American architecture and design from the 1930s to almost the present day. Far more subtly, the film also considers the impact of American culture & technology on the emigres & their work here. Introduced by the filmmaker Judith Pearlman. Free admission.  8:30pm – 10pm.

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    2. Aug

      02

      Live Entertainment: Marc Irwin

      Gateways Inn & Restaurant

      51 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Relax and enjoy live entertainment in our newly remodeled Lounge. $15 minimum per person. No reservations required. 7:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    3. Aug

      02

      Peerless

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      How far would you go to get into the college of your choice? When brilliant, ambitious twin sisters L and M realize that perfect academics and superb extracurricular activities aren’t enough to get into their dream college, they decide to take matters into their own hands. Peerless is a comedy…until it isn’t. St. Germain Stage. 7:30pm.

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    4. Aug

      02

      Pittsfield Suns vs Martha’s Vineyard Sharks

      Pittsfield Suns

      105 Wahconah Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      The Suns take on the Torrington Titans at historic Wahconah Park. General admission $6. 7pm.

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    5. Aug

      02

      Poster Boy

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Inspired by actual events surrounding the 2010 suicide of Tyler Clementi, a college student who brought national attention to cyber-bullying, Poster Boy is a provocative and moving new musical and lays bare the complexity of protecting our privacy, identity and humanity in the digital era. Nikos Stage. 7:30pm.

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    6. Aug

      02

      Summer Sketch Club

      Norman Rockwell Museum

      9 Route 183, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Express yourself, experiment, and strengthen your skills as an artist. Bring a sketchbook or drawing pad; other art supplies are provided. Class will may be in or outdoors, weather permitting. For ages 7 and up. $7, $5 for Museum members per class, or included with Museum admission. 10am – 12pm.

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    7. Aug

      02

      Tanglewood On Parade

      Tanglewood

      297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra, Chamber music, Ozawa Hall at 2:30 & 3:30pm. Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra Vocal Program: “Sing America” with Stephanie Blythe, Ozawa Hall at 5pm. Boston Pops Orchestra with Conductors Stéphane Denève, Giancarlo Guerrero, and John Williams. RAVEL La Valse and TCHAIKOVSKY 1812 Overture. Fireworks to follow the concert. In the Shed. 8pm.

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    8. Aug

      02

      Tanglewood on Parade Chamber Music

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      Tanglewood, Chamber Music Hall at 297 West St, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      Students of BUTI Young Artists Orchestra present a recital of varied works. 2:30pm.

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    9. Aug

      02

      Tanglwood on Parade Young Artists Orchestra

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      Tanglewood at 297 West St, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      Students of BUTI Young Artists Orchestra and Chorus perform with conductors, Katie Woolf and Paul Haas. 8pm.

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    10. Aug

      02

      Tea & Talk: Berkshire Opera Festival Madam Butterfly

      Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum

      104 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Stage Director Jonathon Loy and Artistic Director and Conductor Brian Garman will discuss all aspects of the opera and where it falls in the operatic repertoire in order to give the work a perspective. They will also break it down both musically and dramatically. In addition, Loy and Garman will speak about their roles as stage director and conductor. $24 advance; $29 day of. 4pm.

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    11. Aug

      02

      The Pirates of Penzance

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      With its swashbuckling pirates, bumbling policeman and a Major-General who sings one of the most famous patter songs in musical theatre history, The Pirates of Penzance is sure to be a treat for the whole family. Main Stage. 7pm.

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    12. Aug

      02

      The Stone Witch

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      In this World Premiere, reality and fantasy collide when a struggling, young writer is chosen by a powerful book editor for a special assignment—to help a reclusive children’s book author and illustrator complete his first manuscript in over a decade. Judd Hirsch stars in this darkly humorous play makes us question the cost of success. Fitzpatrick Main Stage. 7pm.

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    13. Aug

      02

      Twelfth Night

      Outdoors, fresh, and fast-paced, Shakespeare’s rebellious comedy catapults audiences into a world of illusion, debauchery and mayhem. Amidst the forest and foliage, audiences are transported to the mythical land of Illyria—alongside the recently shipwrecked and lovelorn Viola. This 90-minute frolic unravels a madcap mix-up of characters and offers a reunion of epic proportions. The Dell at the Mount, 6:00 pm.

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    14. Aug

      02

      Two Gardens that Take Their Cues from the Connecticut Landscape

      Berkshire Botanical Garden

      5 West Stockbridge Road, Stockbridge MA 01262

      An insider’s view of Maywood Garden, a 40 acre private estate located in Bridgewater. Then the tour will visit the garden of Peter Wooster long-admired for its intimate design and incredible collection of plants. Directions to the gardens will be provided. Members $40; Nonmembers $50. 2:30pm.

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    1. Aug

      03

      An American Daughter

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      When the president of the United States nominates Dr. Lyssa Dent Hughes to the position of Surgeon General, the excavation of her past triggers a scandal that threatens her confirmation. What cost one woman pays when she dares to have it all. Main Stage. 7:30pm. 

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      03

      Berkshire Choral International Concert

      Norman Rockwell Museum

      9 Route 183, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Singers from Berkshire Choral International will perform a concert of vocal works relating to the Rockwell and Realism Exhibit’s theme of redefining tradition. Notable songs from Broadway, as well tunes from the American Folk tradition will be performed. Please join us on the Terrace. Free with Admission. 2pm.

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    3. Aug

      03

      Capitol Steps at Cranwell

      Capitol Steps

      55 Lee Road, Lenox MA 01240

      The outrageously funny Capitol Steps bring their political satire and song parodies fueled by the upcoming elections. 8pm.

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    4. Aug

      03

      Compagnie Hervé KOUBI

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      In their Pillow debut, this company of 12 outstanding men from Algeria and Burkina Faso deliver a jaw-dropping performance in What the Day Owes to the Night, packed with backflips, head spins, and a transcending emotional intensity. Ted Shawn Theatre. 8pm.

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    5. Aug

      03

      Constellations

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Have you ever wondered if one simple interaction could change your life’s trajectory? This heartfelt and poignant two-character drama follows Marianne, a quirky quantum physicist, played by Kate Baldwin, and Roland, a beekeeper, played by Graham Rowat. Their first encounter is seemingly ordinary—crossing paths at a mutual friend’s barbeque. Exploring the endless possibilities of their budding romance, the characters create their own multi-verse to see how their relationship would play out if they had chosen fate over chance. Unicorn Theatre. 7pm.

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    6. Aug

      03

      Creating Together: A Parent-Child Experience

      Norman Rockwell Museum

      9 Route 183, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Explore the galleries together during this interactive art experience for children ages 4 and up and their parents/caregivers. A look at the works on view will inspire personal artworks created with a variety of materials and techniques. $7, $5 for Museum members per class, or included with Museum admission. 10am – 11:30am.

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    7. Aug

      03

      Figure Drawing

      Clark Art Institute

      225 South Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Wednesday afternoons in July and August, the Clark invites artists of all levels of experiences to participate in a series of relaxed figure drawing classes inspired by the works on view in Splendor, Myth, and Vision: Nudes from the Prado. Hosted in the Clark’s Museum Pavilion, the classes will feature guiding instruction and live models – all materials will be provided. Stop by on your way to the galleries, or stay for the whole class! Free with admission. 2:30pm – 4pm.

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    8. Aug

      03

      Film Festival “Metropolis”

      PS21, Inc.

      2980 Route 66, Chatham NY 12037

      In a futuristic city sharply divided between the working class and the city planners, the son of the city’s mastermind falls in love with a working class prophet who predicts the coming of a savior to mediate their differences. Director Fritz Lang.  8:30pm – 10pm.

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      Ghost Tour

      The Mount, Edith Wharton's Home

      2 Plunkett Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Syfy’s Ghost Hunters found The Mount to be full of eerie experiences. What will you discover on your tour of the most haunted parts of the estate? Not recommended for children under 12. $24 General; $20 Members. 7:30pm.

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    10. Aug

      03

      Insomina No More: Full Spectrum Holistic Care for Deep Sleep

      Boundless: Integrative Wellness Center

      5 Albany Road, 2 Floor, West Stockbridge MA 01266

      Can’t sleep? Poor quality sleep has devastating effects on your life. This workshop will present and demonstrate a comprehensive approach to curing insomnia and making sleep what it should be, peaceful and restorative. Free. 6:30pm.

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    11. Aug

      03

      Into The Woods

      Mac-Haydn Theatre, Inc., The

      1925 State Route 203, Chatham NY 12037

      This Tony Award winning smash will be the event of the summer! Fairy tales collide in this musical twist on happily ever after. 2pm.

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    12. Aug

      03

      Live Entertainment: Sherry Buxton & Bob Shepard

      Gateways Inn & Restaurant

      51 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Relax and enjoy live entertainment in our newly remodeled Lounge. $15 minimum per person. No reservations required. 7:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    13. Aug

      03

      Live on the Lake

      Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development

      28 Renne Ave., Pittsfield MA 01201

      Live on the Lake at Burbank Park on Onota Lake in Pittsfield. Live music with the band Jim Gallagher Band. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy a Berkshire summer evening of great music and community. Additional parking at Taconic High School with shuttle service provided. No alcoholic beverages are allowed. 6pm – 8pm.

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    14. Aug

      03

      Nelson Freire

      Tanglewood

      297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      J.S. BACH Partita No. 4 in D, BWV 828; BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 32 in C minor, Op. 111; SHOSTAKOVICH Three Fantastic Dances, Op. 5; RACHMANINOFF Prelude in G-flat, Op. 23, No. 10; Prelude in G-sharp minor, Op. 32, No. 12; CHOPIN Sonata No. 3 in B minor, Op. 58. At Seiji Ozawa Hall. 8pm.

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    15. Aug

      03

      New York City Theatre Ballet

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      New York Theatre Ballet, a bright and intriguing chamber ballet company, presents a range of contemporary ballet works including Antony Tudor’s 1937 masterpiece Dark Elegies, an eloquent, somber ballet danced to Gustav Mahler’s song cycle “Kindertotenlieder”. Contemporary choreographer Pam Tanowitz’s Short Memory brings color and wit to the stage, accompanied by live piano. The program closes with British choreographer Richard Alston’s Such Longing–passionate, sweeping and danced to Frédéric Chopin’s Nocturnes and Études. Doris Duke Theatre. 8:15pm. 

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    16. Aug

      03

      Paint: Trees of Color

      Berkshire Paint and Sip

      At The Infield at 10 Lyman St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      Trees of ColorPaint a canvas, sip a beverage & socialize with friends. Fundraiser for Berkshire Elite Cheerleaders. Paint on a 16 x 20 canvas with all painting materials, snacks, and donation included. $38pp. Cash bar. 6pm – 8pm.

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    17. Aug

      03

      Peerless

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      How far would you go to get into the college of your choice? When brilliant, ambitious twin sisters L and M realize that perfect academics and superb extracurricular activities aren’t enough to get into their dream college, they decide to take matters into their own hands. Peerless is a comedy…until it isn’t. St. Germain Stage. 7:30pm.

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    18. Aug

      03

      Pittsfied Suns vs Brockton Rox

      Pittsfield Suns

      105 Wahconah Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      The Suns take on the Brockton Rox at historic Wahconah Park. General admission $6. 7pm.

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    19. Aug

      03

      Pittsfield Suns vs Brockton Rox

      Pittsfield Suns

      105 Wahconah Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      The Suns take on the Brockton Rox at historic Wahconah Park. General admission $6. 7pm.

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    20. Aug

      03

      Poster Boy

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Inspired by actual events surrounding the 2010 suicide of Tyler Clementi, a college student who brought national attention to cyber-bullying, Poster Boy is a provocative and moving new musical and lays bare the complexity of protecting our privacy, identity and humanity in the digital era. Nikos Stage. 7:30pm.

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    21. Aug

      03

      The Emperor of the Moon

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      When love strikes, chaos ensues and a coup of astronomic proportions results. Sisters, suitors, servants, and a father obsessed with the moon set the stage for a stellar farce performed under the open-air tent. Ware’s fast-paced, family-friendly adaptation of Aphra Behn’s Restoration comedy, based in Commedia dell’Arte, offers audiences of every age a hearty dose of mayhem, music and merriment. Rose Footprint Theatre, 5:30 pm.

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    22. Aug

      03

      The Pirates of Penzance

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      With its swashbuckling pirates, bumbling policeman and a Major-General who sings one of the most famous patter songs in musical theatre history, The Pirates of Penzance is sure to be a treat for the whole family. Main Stage. 2pm & 7pm.

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    23. Aug

      03

      The Stone Witch

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      In this World Premiere, reality and fantasy collide when a struggling, young writer is chosen by a powerful book editor for a special assignment—to help a reclusive children’s book author and illustrator complete his first manuscript in over a decade. Judd Hirsch stars in this darkly humorous play makes us question the cost of success. Fitzpatrick Main Stage. 7pm.

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    24. Aug

      03

      The Wiz

      Barrington Stage Company

      Berkshire Museum at 39 South Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201

      The Wiz is a glorious musical retelling of L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, with a book by William F. Brown and an infectious, funky and soulful score and lyrics by Charlie Small. The Wiz brings a renewed relevance to a timeless American classic. It’s blazing with high spirits and sizzling with vitality. 7pm.

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    25. Aug

      03

      Wharton on Wednesday

      The Mount, Edith Wharton's Home

      2 Plunkett Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Experience Edith Wharton at her finest with this short stories series. Read by professional actors, these stories showcase Wharton’s gift for social satire. $5 General; Members free. 5pm.

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    26. Aug

      03

      Whiskey City

      Lenox Chamber of Commerce

      Lilac Park at Main St, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      Free concert in the heart of historic downtown Lenox at Lilac Park every Wednesday. 6:30pm.

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    27. Aug

      03

      Windsor Lake Concert with The Brave Brothers

      City of North Adams Office of Community Events

      Windsor Lake at Kemp Ave & Bradley St, North Adams, MA 01247, USA

      Pack a picnic, bring a chair or blanket, and let the sweet sounds of music and water carry you away on a warm summer night. Concessions are also available for purchase. 6:30pm.

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    28. Aug 3rd

      through

      Aug 6th

      Inside/Out Series

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      Daily until August 6, 2016

      Bring family and friends of all ages to the Inside/Out series, offering free outdoor performances by emerging and established dance companies and presentations by dancers of The School at Jacob’s Pillow every Wednesday – Saturday.  6:15pm .

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    1. Aug

      04

      Captiol Steps at Cranwell

      Capitol Steps

      55 Lee Road, Lenox MA 01240

      The outrageously funny Capitol Steps bring their political satire and song parodies fueled by the upcoming elections. 8pm.

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    2. Aug

      04

      Compagnie Hervé KOUBI

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      In their Pillow debut, this company of 12 outstanding men from Algeria and Burkina Faso deliver a jaw-dropping performance in What the Day Owes to the Night, packed with backflips, head spins, and a transcending emotional intensity. Ted Shawn Theatre. 8pm.

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    3. Aug

      04

      Constellations

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Have you ever wondered if one simple interaction could change your life’s trajectory? This heartfelt and poignant two-character drama follows Marianne, a quirky quantum physicist, played by Kate Baldwin, and Roland, a beekeeper, played by Graham Rowat. Their first encounter is seemingly ordinary—crossing paths at a mutual friend’s barbeque. Exploring the endless possibilities of their budding romance, the characters create their own multi-verse to see how their relationship would play out if they had chosen fate over chance. Unicorn Theatre. 7pm.

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    4. Aug

      04

      Cry “Havoc!”

      In an inspiring 75 minutes, Stephan Wolfert recounts his own experience pre- and post-military service. Through the lines of Shakespeare’s most famous speeches and his own personal insights, Wolfert explores our societal neurosis of war. The military recruits citizens and trains them to kill, but what does the “de-cruit” process look like? How do we re-learn to live together? Each performance is followed by an engaging discussion between actor, audience, and veterans that dares to explore these questions. Elayne Bernstein Theatre, 3:00 pm.

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      04

      Daniil Trifonov

      Tanglewood

      297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      J.S. BACH (arr. BRAHMS) Chaconne, from Violin Partita No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004, arranged for the left hand; LISZT Grandes Études de Paganini; RACHMANINOFF Sonata No. 1 in D minor, Op. 28. At Seiji Ozawa Hall. 8pm.

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    6. Aug

      04

      Forever Plaid

      Theater Barn, The

      654 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      This deliciously fun show is chock-full of classic barbershop quartet harmonies and pitch perfect melodies! The “Plaids” are a guaranteed smash, with a program of beloved songs and delightful patter that keeps audiences rolling in the aisles, when they’re not humming along to some of the greatest nostalgic pop hits of the 1950’s. 8pm.

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    7. Aug

      04

      I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change

      Sharon Playhouse

      49 Amenia Road, Sharon CT 06069

      The celebration of the relationship takes center stage in the hilarious revue paying tribute to those who have loved, lost, and dared to ask “Say, what are you doing Saturday night?” 4 characters play a multitude of roles as the truths and myths of love are exposed. Stage 2. 7pm. 

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    8. Aug

      04

      Into The Woods

      Mac-Haydn Theatre, Inc., The

      1925 State Route 203, Chatham NY 12037

      This Tony Award winning smash will be the event of the summer! Fairy tales collide in this musical twist on happily ever after. 2pm & 8pm. 

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    9. Aug

      04

      Jewish Noir

      Bookstore & Get Lit Wine Bar, The

      11 Housatonic Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Jewish Noir is unique collection of all-new stories by Jewish and non-Jewish literary and genre writers, including numerous award-winning authors such as Marge Piercy, Harlan Ellison, S.J. Rozan, Nancy Richler, Moe Prager (Reed Farrel Coleman), Wendy Hornsby, Charles Ardai, and Kenneth Wishnia. 5:30pm.

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    10. Aug

      04

      Live Entertainment

      Panchos Mexican Restaurant

      156 North Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Live entertainment every Thursday night. No cover charge. 6pm.

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    11. Aug

      04

      Live Entertainment: John Davidson

      Gateways Inn & Restaurant

      51 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Relax and enjoy live entertainment in our newly remodeled Lounge. $15 minimum per person. No reservations required. 7:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    12. Aug

      04

      Naumkeag at Night

      Naumkeag House and Gardens

      5 Prospect Hill Road, Stockbridge MA 01262

      The perfect end to a Berkshires summer day with a variety of live music provided by some of the area’s most popular bands, with cocktails and the gardens of Naumkeag providing the perfect backdrop. Trustees Members: $5; Nonmember: $10. 5pm – 8pm.

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    13. Aug

      04

      New York City Theatre Ballet

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      New York Theatre Ballet, a bright and intriguing chamber ballet company, presents a range of contemporary ballet works including Antony Tudor’s 1937 masterpiece Dark Elegies, an eloquent, somber ballet danced to Gustav Mahler’s song cycle “Kindertotenlieder”. Contemporary choreographer Pam Tanowitz’s Short Memory brings color and wit to the stage, accompanied by live piano. The program closes with British choreographer Richard Alston’s Such Longing–passionate, sweeping and danced to Frédéric Chopin’s Nocturnes and Études. Doris Duke Theatre. 8:15pm.

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    14. Aug

      04

      Party in the Park – Bandit

      City of North Adams Office of Community Events

      Noel Field at 310 State St, North Adams, MA 01247, USA

      Annual summer concert series every Thursday night in July and August with ample seating and plenty of food vendors, this is a great opportunity to unwind at the end of the day with some rock n’ roll and good company. Free. 6pm – 8pm.

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    15. Aug

      04

      Peerless

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      How far would you go to get into the college of your choice? When brilliant, ambitious twin sisters L and M realize that perfect academics and superb extracurricular activities aren’t enough to get into their dream college, they decide to take matters into their own hands. Peerless is a comedy…until it isn’t. St. Germain Stage. 7:30pm.

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    16. Aug

      04

      Poster Boy

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Inspired by actual events surrounding the 2010 suicide of Tyler Clementi, a college student who brought national attention to cyber-bullying, Poster Boy is a provocative and moving new musical and lays bare the complexity of protecting our privacy, identity and humanity in the digital era. Nikos Stage. 2pm & 7:30pm.

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    17. Aug

      04

      Shakespeare in the Park – The Tempest

      Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development

      First Street Common at 1st St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      The Tempest takes place on a magical island inhabited by spirits and monsters and two humans, castoffs from society: a wizard and his daughter. The Tempest is the story of the old man’s revenge…or forgiveness. Outdoors on the Common. Free. 8pm.

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    18. Aug

      04

      The Pirates of Penzance

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      With its swashbuckling pirates, bumbling policeman and a Major-General who sings one of the most famous patter songs in musical theatre history, The Pirates of Penzance is sure to be a treat for the whole family. Main Stage. 8pm.

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    19. Aug

      04

      The Stone Witch

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      In this World Premiere, reality and fantasy collide when a struggling, young writer is chosen by a powerful book editor for a special assignment—to help a reclusive children’s book author and illustrator complete his first manuscript in over a decade. Judd Hirsch stars in this darkly humorous play makes us question the cost of success. Fitzpatrick Main Stage. 7pm.

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    20. Aug

      04

      The Two Gentlemen of Verona

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Boy meets girl. Boy loves girl. Boy’s best friend meets girl and also loves girl. Hilarity ensues as love is professed, secret plans are made, and friendships are betrayed. This early romantic comedy takes a gleeful look at the fickle nature of young love and features one of Shakespeare’s most engaging comic heroines, two of his funniest clowns, and the best role ever for a dog. Tina Packer Playhouse, 7:30 pm.

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    21. Aug

      04

      The Wiz

      Barrington Stage Company

      Berkshire Museum at 39 South St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      The Wiz is a glorious musical retelling of L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, with a book by William F. Brown and an infectious, funky and soulful score and lyrics by Charlie Small. The Wiz brings a renewed relevance to a timeless American classic. It’s blazing with high spirits and sizzling with vitality. 2pm & 7pm.

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    22. Aug

      04

      An American Daughter

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      12:15 pm – 1:15 pm

      When the president of the United States nominates Dr. Lyssa Dent Hughes to the position of Surgeon General, the excavation of her past triggers a scandal that threatens her confirmation. What cost one woman pays when she dares to have it all. Main Stage. 7:30pm.

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    1. Aug 5th

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      Aug 7th

      Adams Agricultural Fair

      Town of Adams

      8 Park Street, Adams MA 01220

      Daily until August 7, 2016

      The Annual Adams Agricultural Fair is three days of exhibitions, entertainment, contests, carnival rides, children’s events, music, magic and more. And of course animals! Bowe Field (off Columbia Street).

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    2. Aug

      05

      An American Daughter

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      When the president of the United States nominates Dr. Lyssa Dent Hughes to the position of Surgeon General, the excavation of her past triggers a scandal that threatens her confirmation. What cost one woman pays when she dares to have it all. Main Stage. 8pm.

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    3. Aug

      05

      Bennington Arts Weekend

      Bennington Downtown Visitor Center

      215 South Street, Bennington VT 05201

      Gallery hosted art openings, live performances, equity theater production, Southern Vermont Art & Craft Festival, Homebrew competition, special museum exhibits, downtown buskers, plein air artists, and three full days of cultural events. 9am – 9pm.

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    4. Aug

      05

      Bennington First Fridays

      Bennington Downtown Visitor Center

      215 South Street, Bennington VT 05201

      Art walk and gallery tour with artist receptions and openings, live entertainment, special museum events, equity theater productions, restaurant specials, in-store promotions and events, and more. 5pm – 8pm.

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    5. Aug

      05

      Capitol Steps at Cranwell

      Capitol Steps

      55 Lee Road, Lenox MA 01240

      The outrageously funny Capitol Steps bring their political satire and song parodies fueled by the upcoming elections. 8pm.

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    6. Aug

      05

      Chesterfest – CreaturoS and Hallelujah The Hills

      Chesterwood

      4 Williamsville Road, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Bring a blanket or chair and enjoy the music of CreaturoS and Hallelujah The Hills. CreaturoS is a psych-rock band that infuses the whimsical, acid-washed melodies of Woodstock with quality 90s rocker flavor. Indie rock group, Hallelujah The Hills, has been hailed “one of Boston’s most prized pop possessions.” Wandering Star Craft Brewery beer and Smokey Sweet BBQ are available for purchase. Tickets: Adults, $10, Kids 13-18, $5; under 13 free. Rain or shine. Grounds open at 5pm; concert at 6pm.

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    7. Aug

      05

      Compagnie Hervé KOUBI

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      In their Pillow debut, this company of 12 outstanding men from Algeria and Burkina Faso deliver a jaw-dropping performance in What the Day Owes to the Night, packed with backflips, head spins, and a transcending emotional intensity. Ted Shawn Theatre. 8pm.

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    8. Aug

      05

      Constellations

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Have you ever wondered if one simple interaction could change your life’s trajectory? This heartfelt and poignant two-character drama follows Marianne, a quirky quantum physicist, played by Kate Baldwin, and Roland, a beekeeper, played by Graham Rowat. Their first encounter is seemingly ordinary—crossing paths at a mutual friend’s barbeque. Exploring the endless possibilities of their budding romance, the characters create their own multi-verse to see how their relationship would play out if they had chosen fate over chance. Unicorn Theatre. 8pm.

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    9. Aug

      05

      Cry “Havoc!”

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      In an inspiring 75 minutes, Stephan Wolfert recounts his own experience pre- and post-military service. Through the lines of Shakespeare’s most famous speeches and his own personal insights, Wolfert explores our societal neurosis of war. The military recruits citizens and trains them to kill, but what does the “de-cruit” process look like? How do we re-learn to live together? Each performance is followed by an engaging discussion between actor, audience, and veterans that dares to explore these questions. Elayne Bernstein Theatre, 8:30 pm.

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    10. Aug

      05

      Film Festival “My Architect”

      PS21, Inc.

      2980 Route 66, Chatham NY 12037

      Director Nathaniel Kahn searches to understand his father, renowned architect Louis Kahn, who died bankrupt and alone in 1974. Nathaniel travels the world visiting his father’s buildings and meeting his father’s colleagues, students, wives, and children. What emerges is a portrait of a brilliant but undependable man whose creations still astound. Free admission. 8:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    11. Aug

      05

      Five Thirty Fridays with David Reed Trio

      Southern Berkshire Chamber Of Commerce

      Great Barrington Town Hall at 334 Main St, Great Barrington, MA 01230, USA

      Free concert at the Great Barrington Bandstand. Bring your lawn chair, a snack and enjoy! Plenty of free parking at the GB Town Hall after 4pm. Concert starts at 5:30pm.

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    12. Aug

      05

      Forever Plaid

      Theater Barn, The

      654 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      This deliciously fun show is chock-full of classic barbershop quartet harmonies and pitch perfect melodies! The “Plaids” are a guaranteed smash, with a program of beloved songs and delightful patter that keeps audiences rolling in the aisles, when they’re not humming along to some of the greatest nostalgic pop hits of the 1950’s. 8pm.

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    13. Aug

      05

      I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change + Patio Cabaret

      Sharon Playhouse

      49 Amenia Road, Sharon CT 06069

      The celebration of the relationship takes center stage in the hilarious revue paying tribute to those who have loved, lost, and dared to ask “Say, what are you doing Saturday night?” 4 characters play a multitude of roles as the truths and myths of love are exposed. Stage 2. 8pm.

      Swing by our beautiful covered lounge after the show, grab a drink, and take in a Patio Cabaret! Featuring incredible Sharon Playhouse cast members and some surprise special guests. No cover charge.

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    14. Aug

      05

      Into The Woods

      Mac-Haydn Theatre, Inc., The

      1925 State Route 203, Chatham NY 12037

      This Tony Award winning smash will be the event of the summer! Fairy tales collide in this musical twist on happily ever after. 8pm.

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    15. Aug

      05

      Just for Fun: RIOULT Dance Workshop Performance

      PS21, Inc.

      2980 Route 66, Chatham NY 12037

      The Rioult Dance Workshop will perform a program of modern dance pieces inspired by the work and style of Pascal Rioult. This performance will take place on the PS21 stage for their peers and admission is free.  1pm – 1:45pm.

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    16. Aug

      05

      Kids Create! An Early Childhood Program

      Norman Rockwell Museum

      9 Route 183, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Join us for dynamic, interactive hands-on art experiences for young art lovers, ages three to six, and their caregivers. Children $6, $4 for Museum members, or included with Museum admission. 10:30am – 11:30am.

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    17. Aug

      05

      Live Entertainment: DJ BFG

      Firefly Gastropub & Catering Co.

      71 Church Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Also known as Gabriel Squailia, BFG trained at NYC’s Scratch DJ Academy and currently works as the Special Events DJ for Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival. With an emphasis on seamless transitions and a knack for crowd-reading, these Booty-Focused Groves keep dance floors moving all night long! Get up and dance to “Booty-Focused Grooves!” 9pm – 12am.

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    18. Aug

      05

      Live Entertainment: Peter Primamore Trio

      Gateways Inn & Restaurant

      51 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Relax and enjoy live entertainment in our newly remodeled Lounge. $15 minimum per person. No reservations required. 7:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    19. Aug

      05

      Live on North – Lucky 5

      Hotel on North

      297 North Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      The Lucky 5 is a hard-swinging jazz band that blends swing and gypsy jazz to create a unique, foot-stomping blend of music sure to get your feet moving on the dancefloor! 7:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    20. Aug

      05

      Music of Mozart, Hall & Hummel

      Norfolk Chamber Music Festival – Yale School of Music

      Music Shed, 20 Litchfield Road, Norfolk CT 06058

      MOZART: Sonata in C Major for Violin and Piano, K 296; HALL: O Mistress Mine (World Premiere); HUMMEL: Septet in d minor, Op 74. 8pm.

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    21. Aug

      05

      New York City Theatre Ballet

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      New York Theatre Ballet, a bright and intriguing chamber ballet company, presents a range of contemporary ballet works including Antony Tudor’s 1937 masterpiece Dark Elegies, an eloquent, somber ballet danced to Gustav Mahler’s song cycle “Kindertotenlieder”. Contemporary choreographer Pam Tanowitz’s Short Memory brings color and wit to the stage, accompanied by live piano. The program closes with British choreographer Richard Alston’s Such Longing–passionate, sweeping and danced to Frédéric Chopin’s Nocturnes and Études. Doris Duke Theatre. 8:15pm.

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    22. Aug

      05

      Or,

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      The bawdy 1660s look a lot like the modern day in this playful comedy about one chaotic night in the life of the poet, spy, and first female playwright Aphra Behn. Determined to leave the spy trade behind and launch her new career, Ms. Behn must deliver a play by morning, a task complicated by an array of amorous distractions and scandalous revelations. Can she resist the charms of an infatuated actress, save the king, win a pardon, and write her masterpiece, all in one night? Tina Packer Playhouse, 7:30pm.

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    23. Aug

      05

      Paint: Mermaid on a Rock

      Berkshire Paint and Sip

      Berkshire County MA 00000

      Mermaid on a RockPaint a canvas, sip a beverage & socialize with friends. Paint Mermaid on a Rock on a 16 x 20 canvas with all painting materials, instruction and light snack included. BYOB. $30pp. 6pm – 8pm. 

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    24. Aug

      05

      Painting Demonstration

      Frelinghuysen Morris House & Studio

      92 Hawthorne Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Painting demonstration with artist Sean McCusker, creating in plein air and discussing technique. Free with admission. 11am.

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    25. Aug

      05

      Peerless

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      How far would you go to get into the college of your choice? When brilliant, ambitious twin sisters L and M realize that perfect academics and superb extracurricular activities aren’t enough to get into their dream college, they decide to take matters into their own hands. Peerless is a comedy…until it isn’t. St. Germain Stage. 7:30pm.

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    26. Aug

      05

      Pittsfield Suns vs Wachussett Dirt Dawgs

      Pittsfield Suns

      105 Wahconah Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      The Suns take on the Wachussett Dirt Dawgs at historic Wahconah Park. General admission $6. 7pm.

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    27. Aug

      05

      Poster Boy

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Inspired by actual events surrounding the 2010 suicide of Tyler Clementi, a college student who brought national attention to cyber-bullying, Poster Boy is a provocative and moving new musical and lays bare the complexity of protecting our privacy, identity and humanity in the digital era. Nikos Stage. 8pm.

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    28. Aug

      05

      Seussical

      Mac-Haydn Theatre, Inc., The

      1925 State Route 203, Chatham NY 12037

      This fantastic, magical, musical extravaganza follows the story of Horton the Elephant. 10:30am.

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    29. Aug

      05

      Shakespeare in the Park – The Tempest

      Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development

      First Street Common at 1st St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      The Tempest takes place on a magical island inhabited by spirits and monsters and two humans, castoffs from society: a wizard and his daughter. The Tempest is the story of the old man’s revenge…or forgiveness. Outdoors on the Common. Free. 8pm.

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    30. Aug

      05

      The Emperor of the Moon

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      When love strikes, chaos ensues and a coup of astronomic proportions results. Sisters, suitors, servants, and a father obsessed with the moon set the stage for a stellar farce performed under the open-air tent. Ware’s fast-paced, family-friendly adaptation of Aphra Behn’s Restoration comedy, based in Commedia dell’Arte, offers audiences of every age a hearty dose of mayhem, music and merriment. Rose Footprint Theatre, 5:30 pm.

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    31. Aug

      05

      The Pirates of Penzance

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      With its swashbuckling pirates, bumbling policeman and a Major-General who sings one of the most famous patter songs in musical theatre history, The Pirates of Penzance is sure to be a treat for the whole family. Main Stage. 2pm & 8pm.

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    32. Aug

      05

      The Stone Witch

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      In this World Premiere, reality and fantasy collide when a struggling, young writer is chosen by a powerful book editor for a special assignment—to help a reclusive children’s book author and illustrator complete his first manuscript in over a decade. Judd Hirsch stars in this darkly humorous play makes us question the cost of success. Fitzpatrick Main Stage. 8pm.

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    33. Aug

      05

      The Two Gentlemen of Verona

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Boy meets girl. Boy loves girl. Boy’s best friend meets girl and also loves girl. Hilarity ensues as love is professed, secret plans are made, and friendships are betrayed. This early romantic comedy takes a gleeful look at the fickle nature of young love and features one of Shakespeare’s most engaging comic heroines, two of his funniest clowns, and the best role ever for a dog. Tina Packer Playhouse, 2:00 pm.

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    34. Aug

      05

      The Wiz

      Barrington Stage Company

      Berkshire Museum at 39 South St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      The Wiz is a glorious musical retelling of L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, with a book by William F. Brown and an infectious, funky and soulful score and lyrics by Charlie Small. The Wiz brings a renewed relevance to a timeless American classic. It’s blazing with high spirits and sizzling with vitality.  7pm.

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    35. Aug

      05

      UnderScore Friday Evening: Dvořák, Liszt, Mahler and Brahms

      Tanglewood

      297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Giancarlo Guerrero conducts Dvořák, Liszt, Mahler and Brahms featuring Yefim Bronfman, piano. DVOŘÁK Serenade for Winds; LISZT Piano Concerto No. 2; MAHLER (arr. BRITTEN) What the Wild Flowers Tell Me; BRAHMS Serenade No. 2. In the Shed. 8pm.

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    36. Aug

      05

      Vivian Werner- A Richard Wright Story

      Bookstore & Get Lit Wine Bar, The

      11 Housatonic Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Vivian Werner was a personal friend and confidant of the famous American novelist, essayist, poet, and short story writer, Richard Wright, when he lived in Paris and died in 1960. Vivian will share her amazing stories of the great writer and shed clarifying light on a number of the myths and misconceptions surrounding his last year. This is likely to be an electrifying and unforgettable moment of storytelling at The Bookstore and an evening you will never forget. 7pm.

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    1. Aug

      06

      50th Anniversary Celebration

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      45 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      9–10:30am: Campus Tours departing every 30 minutes; 11:00am: Piano Recital featuring students and alumni from the Young Artists Piano Program; 12:45pm: Alumni Panel Discussion, “Changing Lives, Influencing the World” moderated by longtime BUTI Executive & Artistic Director Phyllis Hoffman; 2:30pm: 50th Anniversary Concert emceed by Emmy Award Nominee Lauren Ambrose. Tickets: $20 at Seiji Ozawa Hall, Tanglewood; 4:30pm: [email protected] Soiree, Highwood Tent, Tanglewood. Post-concert reception to celebrate BUTI’s golden year emceed by Ron Della Chiesa, legendary radio host of Boston Symphony Orchestra broadcasts. Tickets: $30.

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    2. Aug

      06

      Adams, Chopin and Strauss

      Tanglewood

      297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Giancarlo Guerrero conducts Adams, Chopin and Strauss featuring Daniil Trifonov. ADAMS Harmonielehre; CHOPIN Piano Concerto No. 2; STRAUSS Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks. In The Shed. 8pm.

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    3. Aug

      06

      An American Daughter

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      When the president of the United States nominates Dr. Lyssa Dent Hughes to the position of Surgeon General, the excavation of her past triggers a scandal that threatens her confirmation. What cost one woman pays when she dares to have it all. Main Stage.  3:30pm & 8pm.

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    4. Aug

      06

      Art and Civil Rights: An Evening with Maurice “Pops” Peterson

      Norman Rockwell Museum

      9 Route 183, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Explore the relationship between art and the civil rights movement with Maurice “Pops” Peterson, who has reimagined the art of Norman Rockwell to reflect the realities of 21st century life. Free for Museum members, or included with Museum admission. 5pm.

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    5. Aug

      06

      Bennington Arts Weekend

      Bennington Downtown Visitor Center

      215 South Street, Bennington VT 05201

      Gallery hosted art openings, live performances, equity theater production, Southern Vermont Art & Craft Festival, Homebrew competition, special museum exhibits, downtown buskers, plein air artists, and three full days of cultural events. 9am – 9pm.

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    6. Aug

      06

      BUTI 50th Anniversary Concert

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      Tanglewood, Seiji Ozawa Hall at 297 West St, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      BUTI celebrates its 50th anniversary with student, alumni, and faculty performances. Tickets are $20.00 with open seating. 2:30pm.

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    7. Aug

      06

      Capitol Steps at Cranwell

      Capitol Steps

      55 Lee Road, Lenox MA 01240

      The outrageously funny Capitol Steps bring their political satire and song parodies fueled by the upcoming elections. 8pm.

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    8. Aug

      06

      Compagnie Hervé KOUBI

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      In their Pillow debut, this company of 12 outstanding men from Algeria and Burkina Faso deliver a jaw-dropping performance in What the Day Owes to the Night, packed with backflips, head spins, and a transcending emotional intensity. Ted Shawn Theatre. 2pm & 8pm.

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    9. Aug

      06

      Constellations

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Have you ever wondered if one simple interaction could change your life’s trajectory? This heartfelt and poignant two-character drama follows Marianne, a quirky quantum physicist, played by Kate Baldwin, and Roland, a beekeeper, played by Graham Rowat. Their first encounter is seemingly ordinary—crossing paths at a mutual friend’s barbeque. Exploring the endless possibilities of their budding romance, the characters create their own multi-verse to see how their relationship would play out if they had chosen fate over chance. Unicorn Theatre. 2pm & 8pm.

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    10. Aug

      06

      Cry “Havoc!”

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      In an inspiring 75 minutes, Stephan Wolfert recounts his own experience pre- and post-military service. Through the lines of Shakespeare’s most famous speeches and his own personal insights, Wolfert explores our societal neurosis of war. The military recruits citizens and trains them to kill, but what does the “de-cruit” process look like? How do we re-learn to live together? Each performance is followed by an engaging discussion between actor, audience, and veterans that dares to explore these questions. Elayne Bernstein Theatre, 3:00 pm.

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    11. Aug

      06

      Dance Omi Showing in The Fields

      Omi International Arts Center

      1405 County Route 22, Ghent NY 12075

      Omi’s Dance Residents show works created in collaboration with each other during their stay at Omi. The residency emphasizes process over product, so the artists will present the fruits of their exchange in the form of unique pieces. Each year’s iteration varies, but almost always involve site-specific performance events leading hundreds of visitors throughout Omi’s beautiful sculpture park. 2pm – 4pm.

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    12. Aug

      06

      Designing for the Theater

      Behold! New Lebanon

      Behold Station & General Store, 438 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      Join acclaimed theater designers Sarah Conly and Michael Deegan for a behind the scenes look at designing for the stage, with an emphasis on their specialty – opera design! $18pp. Children under 12 free. 9:30am.

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    13. Aug

      06

      Downtown Pittsfield Farmers Market

      Downtown Pittsfield Farmers Market

      The Common, First Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Join us for fresh, local and seasonal fruits and vegetables, pasture-raised meats, eggs, cheese, breads, baked goods, coffee, wine, artisan goods, and more. Live music, chef demos, workshops and children’s activities make for a fun day for all! SNAP proudly accepted. 9am – 1pm.

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    14. Aug

      06

      Epimediums: Not Just a Ground Cover

      Berkshire Botanical Garden

      5 West Stockbridge Road, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Explore the world of shade-loving epimediums, with barrenwort expert Karen Perkins of Garden Vision Epimediums. Known by many as the ultimate groundcover for dry shade, the increased availability of this useful genus is expanding its role in the garden. Plants will also be available for sale after the talk. Members $15; Nonmembers $20. 1pm – 3pm.

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    15. Aug

      06

      Film Festival “Concert of Wills: Making the Getty Center”

      PS21, Inc.

      2980 Route 66, Chatham NY 12037

      Writer/director, Bob Eisenhardt, part-time Malden Bridge resident, will introduce the film. The film takes us through the fourteen year life cycle of the design and construction of the Getty Center, which was at the time the largest private construction project in the world. The film captures the drama of the clash of egos which caused the Getty Trust to hire an independent consultant to broker decisions. Free admission. 8:30pm – 10:15pm.

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    16. Aug

      06

      Forever Plaid

      Theater Barn, The

      654 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      This deliciously fun show is chock-full of classic barbershop quartet harmonies and pitch perfect melodies! The “Plaids” are a guaranteed smash, with a program of beloved songs and delightful patter that keeps audiences rolling in the aisles, when they’re not humming along to some of the greatest nostalgic pop hits of the 1950’s. 4pm & 8pm.

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    17. Aug

      06

      I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change + Patio Cabaret

      Sharon Playhouse

      49 Amenia Road, Sharon CT 06069

      The celebration of the relationship takes center stage in the hilarious revue paying tribute to those who have loved, lost, and dared to ask “Say, what are you doing Saturday night?” 4 characters play a multitude of roles as the truths and myths of love are exposed. Stage 2. 8pm.

      Swing by our beautiful covered lounge after the show, grab a drink, and take in a Patio Cabaret! Featuring incredible Sharon Playhouse cast members and some surprise special guests. No cover charge.

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    18. Aug

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      Into The Woods

      Mac-Haydn Theatre, Inc., The

      1925 State Route 203, Chatham NY 12037

      This Tony Award winning smash will be the event of the summer! Fairy tales collide in this musical twist on happily ever after. 4pm & 8pm.

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    19. Aug

      06

      Japanese Wooden Boatbuilding

      Bookstore & Get Lit Wine Bar, The

      11 Housatonic Street, Lenox MA 01240

      This is the story of Douglas Brooks’ apprenticeships with Japanese masters to build five unique and endangered traditional boats. It is part ethnography, part instruction, and part his personal reflections on preserving a craft tradition on the brink of extinction. 4pm.

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    20. Aug

      06

      John Davidson

      Egremont Village Inn, The

      17 Main Street, South Egremont MA 01258

      “For years I have been singing with my guitar backstage. Even at the beginning, when I played Curly in Oklahoma! on Broadway, I first learned “Oh What A Beautiful Morning” with my guitar. While I hosted The Tonight Show, and all the variety shows, I was noodling with my guitar as I waited to go on in my dressing room.” John Davidson. Tickets: $25. 8pm & 10pm.

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    21. Aug

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      Live Entertainment: Mary Ann Palermo & First Take

      Gateways Inn & Restaurant

      51 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Relax and enjoy live entertainment in our newly remodeled Lounge. $15 minimum per person. No reservations required. 7:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    22. Aug

      06

      Mariachi Flor de Toloache

      Trailblazing Latin Grammy nominees Mariachi Flor de Toloache are New York City’s first all-female mariachi band. They infuse the classic ranchero sound with bursts of hip-hop, soul, jazz, salsa, and are about as much fun as it gets. Students/Advance $16; Day of $22; Preferred $28. 8pm – 11pm.

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    23. Aug

      06

      Program includes Brahms Quartet No. 1 and Beethoven Opus 130 original version with Grosse Fuge (Op. 133). Now in its second decade, the quartet continues to captivate audiences and critics around the world with its startling intensity, fresh perspective, and mature approach. 8pm.

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    24. Aug

      06

      Movement Is Art

      Behold! New Lebanon

      Behold Station & General Store, 438 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      Tour the rarely opened studio and outside sculpture garden of the famed kinetic artist George Rickey. Watch in awe as the sculptures move, even slightly, in homage to the wind. $18pp. Children under 12 free. 3:30pm.

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    25. Aug

      06

      MTC Musical Shorts

      Barrington Stage Company

      Sydelle and Lee Blatt Performing Arts Center at 36 Linden St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      A BSC favorite, join our Musical Theatre Conservatory Ensemble performing a selection of short musicals by emerging writers. Discover tomorrow’s talent today! 8pm.

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    26. Aug

      06

      New York City Theatre Ballet

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      New York Theatre Ballet, a bright and intriguing chamber ballet company, presents a range of contemporary ballet works including Antony Tudor’s 1937 masterpiece Dark Elegies, an eloquent, somber ballet danced to Gustav Mahler’s song cycle “Kindertotenlieder”. Contemporary choreographer Pam Tanowitz’s Short Memory brings color and wit to the stage, accompanied by live piano. The program closes with British choreographer Richard Alston’s Such Longing–passionate, sweeping and danced to Frédéric Chopin’s Nocturnes and Études. Doris Duke Theatre. 2:15pm & 8:15pm.

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    27. Aug

      06

      Or,

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      The bawdy 1660s look a lot like the modern day in this playful comedy about one chaotic night in the life of the poet, spy, and first female playwright Aphra Behn. Determined to leave the spy trade behind and launch her new career, Ms. Behn must deliver a play by morning, a task complicated by an array of amorous distractions and scandalous revelations. Can she resist the charms of an infatuated actress, save the king, win a pardon, and write her masterpiece, all in one night? Tina Packer Playhouse, 2:00pm.

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    28. Aug

      06

      Paint: Hawaiian Sunset

      Berkshire Paint and Sip

      Camp Waubeeka at 133 Farm Rd, Copake, NY 12516, USA

      Hawaiian SunsetPaint a canvas, sip a beverage & socialize with friends. Paint Hawaiian Sunset on a 16 x 20 canvas with all painting materials, instruction included. BYOB. $30pp. 2pm – 4pm.

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    29. Aug

      06

      Peerless

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      How far would you go to get into the college of your choice? When brilliant, ambitious twin sisters L and M realize that perfect academics and superb extracurricular activities aren’t enough to get into their dream college, they decide to take matters into their own hands. Peerless is a comedy…until it isn’t. St. Germain Stage. 7:30pm.

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    30. Aug

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      Plein Air Drawing at Crystal

      Clark Art Institute

      225 South Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Enjoy a hike on Stone Hill and pick up a drawing kit at Thomas Schütte’s Crystal on Saturday afternoons this summer from 1-4PM. Be inspired by the beautiful landscape of the Clark campus and try your hand at plein air drawing. Don’t miss special acoustic musical performances presented by Common Folk Artist Collective at Crystal. 1pm – 4pm.

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    31. Aug

      06

      Poster Boy

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Inspired by actual events surrounding the 2010 suicide of Tyler Clementi, a college student who brought national attention to cyber-bullying, Poster Boy is a provocative and moving new musical and lays bare the complexity of protecting our privacy, identity and humanity in the digital era. Nikos Stage. 3:30pm & 8pm.

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    32. Aug

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      Scenic Train Ride

      Berkshire Scenic Railway - Hoosac Valley Service

      North Adams MA 01247

      10 mile, narrated hour long round-trip scenic train ride between North Adams and Adams. Departs North Adams station at 10am, 11:30am, 1:30pm & 3pm. Tickets: Adults, $12, Seniors, $11, Children (4-12), $8.

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    33. Aug

      06

      Seussical

      Mac-Haydn Theatre, Inc., The

      1925 State Route 203, Chatham NY 12037

      This fantastic, magical, musical extravaganza follows the story of Horton the Elephant. 10:30am.

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    34. Aug

      06

      Seussical Jr., The Musical

      Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, The

      125 West Bay Road, Amherst MA 01002

      Join Starlight’s Youth Theater for a special program, Seussical, Jr., The Musical! Horton hears a noise coming from a speck of dust on a clover and commits himself to protecting it and the Whos who live on it; meet his friend Jojo, Gertrude McFuzz and others. Through mishaps and adventures, these unique characters finally find what they seek – their places in their world. Tickets $7. 11am – 1pm.

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    35. Aug

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      Shakespeare in the Park – The Tempest

      Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development

      First Street Common at 1st St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      The Tempest takes place on a magical island inhabited by spirits and monsters and two humans, castoffs from society: a wizard and his daughter. The Tempest is the story of the old man’s revenge…or forgiveness. Outdoors on the Common. Free. 8pm.

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      06

      Special Storytime: Aaron Becker

      Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, The

      125 West Bay Road, Amherst MA 01002

      Join us as we celebrate Aaron Becker’s final book in his epic Journey trilogy! His latest picture book, Return is the final chapter in the wordless picture book series about a girl and her adventures into another realm. Becker’s debut picture book, Journey, was the recipient of a 2014 Caldecott Honor. Free with museum admission. 2pm – 3pm.

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    37. Aug

      06

      Speed Demons

      Behold! New Lebanon

      Behold Station & General Store, 438 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      Howard Commander takes you behind the scenes of his famed Lebanon Valley Speedway. See this super fast high-banked half-mile clay track. Learn how the track works, how scores are kept, how cars are built. Examine the cars and meet some of the drivers of this 63 year-old family attraction. $18pp. Children under 12 free. 1pm. 

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    38. Aug

      06

      The Berkshire Comedy Festival

      Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, Inc.

      14 Castle Street, Great Barrington MA 01230

      Hilarious LIVE stand-up comedy! Featuring a full line-up of top comedians from around the country! Don’t miss this night of non-stop laughter & hilarious fun! Experience LIVE stand-up comedy as it was meant to be! 8pm.

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    39. Aug

      06

      The Emerson Quartet

      Norfolk Chamber Music Festival – Yale School of Music

      Music Shed, 20 Litchfield Road, Norfolk CT 06058

      BEETHOVEN: String Quartet in D Major, Op 18, No. 3; SHOSTAKOVICH: String Quartet No. 10 in A-flat Major, Op 118; TCHAIKOVSKY: String Quartet No. 3 in e-flat minor, Op 30. 8pm.

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    40. Aug

      06

      The Emperor of the Moon

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      When love strikes, chaos ensues and a coup of astronomic proportions results. Sisters, suitors, servants, and a father obsessed with the moon set the stage for a stellar farce performed under the open-air tent. Ware’s fast-paced, family-friendly adaptation of Aphra Behn’s Restoration comedy, based in Commedia dell’Arte, offers audiences of every age a hearty dose of mayhem, music and merriment. Rose Footprint Theatre, 5:30 pm.

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    41. Aug

      06

      The Merchant of Venice

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      A perilous romance. A tragic history. An infamous wager. Shakespeare’s most controversial yet poignant play offers a visceral display of courtship, prejudice, money and revenge, ending ultimately in a choice between life and death. Tina Packer Playhouse, 7:30pm.

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    42. Aug

      06

      The Pirates of Penzance

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      With its swashbuckling pirates, bumbling policeman and a Major-General who sings one of the most famous patter songs in musical theatre history, The Pirates of Penzance is sure to be a treat for the whole family. Main Stage. 8pm.

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    43. Aug

      06

      The Stone Witch

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      In this World Premiere, reality and fantasy collide when a struggling, young writer is chosen by a powerful book editor for a special assignment—to help a reclusive children’s book author and illustrator complete his first manuscript in over a decade. Judd Hirsch stars in this darkly humorous play makes us question the cost of success. Fitzpatrick Main Stage. 2pm & 8pm.

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    44. Aug

      06

      Third Annual Pearl Show

      Laurie Donovan Designs

      81 Church Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Pearls of all varieties will be on display. Loose strands of Pink, White, Black Tahitian and Golden South Seas. Pearl Jewelry of all kinds and one of a kind pearl jewelry by Laurie Donovan. 10am – 6pm.

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    45. Aug

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      To Be Certain of the Dawn

      Berkshire Choral International

      245 North Undermountain Road, Sheffield MA 01257

      To Be Certain of the Dawn by Stephen Paulus and Chichester Psalms by Leonard Bernstein, in English, German and Hebrew, conducted by Kathy Saltzman Romey, Artistic Director, The Minnesota Chorale; Oregon Bach Festival. Pre-concert lecture at 6:15pm. 7:30pm.

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    46. Aug

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      Twelfth Night

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Outdoors, fresh, and fast-paced, Shakespeare’s rebellious comedy catapults audiences into a world of illusion, debauchery and mayhem. Amidst the forest and foliage, audiences are transported to the mythical land of Illyria—alongside the recently shipwrecked and lovelorn Viola. This 90-minute frolic unravels a madcap mix-up of characters and offers a reunion of epic proportions. The Dell at the Mount, 11:00 am.

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    47. Aug

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      Wigwams and Shelter-Building

      Bidwell House Museum, The

      100 Art School Road, Monterey MA 01245

      Visit the wigwam at the Bidwell House Museum, and learn to build your own shelter with supplies from the forest floor. Lean-tos and nature’s ready-made shelters will be discussed, while participants construct a shelter together. Members: $10. Non-members: $15. 11am – 2pm. 

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    48. Aug

      06

      Young Artists Piano Program Student Recital

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      45 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Students in the BUTI Young Artists Piano Program present a recital of varied works. Free to the public with open seating. 11am.

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    49. Aug

      06

      Craft Fair & Festival in the Park

      Lee Chamber of Commerce

      Lee Congregational Church at 25 Park St, Lee, MA 01238, USA

      1:15 pm – 2:15 pm

      16th Annual Craft Fair & Festival in the Park, Downtown Lee. Outdoor fair with over 40 booths. Rain or Shine. 9am – 4pm.

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    50. Aug

      06

      Samirah Evans and Her Handsome Devils

      BerkshiresJazz.org

      Zucchini's Restaurant at 1131 North St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      2:45 pm – 3:45 pm

      Jazz featuring Samirah Evans, Michael Zsolodos, Miro Sprague, Marty Jaffe and Conor Meehan.  8pm. 

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      07

      An American Daughter

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      When the president of the United States nominates Dr. Lyssa Dent Hughes to the position of Surgeon General, the excavation of her past triggers a scandal that threatens her confirmation. What cost one woman pays when she dares to have it all. Main Stage. 2pm.

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      07

      An American Daughter

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      When the president of the United States nominates Dr. Lyssa Dent Hughes to the position of Surgeon General, the excavation of her past triggers a scandal that threatens her confirmation. What cost one woman pays when she dares to have it all. Main Stage.  2pm & 7pm.

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      07

      An Intimate Evening with Kelli O’Hara

      Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, Inc.

      14 Castle Street, Great Barrington MA 01230

      A native of Oklahoma, Kelli O’Hara received a degree in opera, and after winning the State Metropolitan Opera Competition, moved to New York and enrolled in the Lee Strasberg Institute. She made her Broadway debut in Jekyll & Hyde and followed it with Sondheim’s Follies, Sweet Smell of Success opposite John Lithgow, and Dracula. “Broadway’s golden girl and luminous star.” 7pm.

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      07

      Bennington Arts Weekend

      Bennington Downtown Visitor Center

      215 South Street, Bennington VT 05201

      Gallery hosted art openings, live performances, equity theater production, Southern Vermont Art & Craft Festival, Homebrew competition, special museum exhibits, downtown buskers, plein air artists, and three full days of cultural events. 9am – 9pm.

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    5. Aug

      07

      Bird Walk with Richard Guthrie

      Omi International Arts Center

      1405 County Route 22, Ghent NY 12075

      Join birding enthusiast Richard Guthrie in a Bird Walk through the Fields Sculpture Park. 11am.

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    6. Aug

      07

      Capitol Steps at Cranwell

      Capitol Steps

      55 Lee Road, Lenox MA 01240

      The outrageously funny Capitol Steps bring their political satire and song parodies fueled by the upcoming elections. 8pm.

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    7. Aug

      07

      Compagnie Hervé KOUBI

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      In their Pillow debut, this company of 12 outstanding men from Algeria and Burkina Faso deliver a jaw-dropping performance in What the Day Owes to the Night, packed with backflips, head spins, and a transcending emotional intensity. Ted Shawn Theatre. 2pm.

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    8. Aug

      07

      Film Festival “Playtime:

      PS21, Inc.

      2980 Route 66, Chatham NY 12037

      Playtime is Jacques Tati’s attempt to answer this question: in the midst of an increasingly impersonal world, how do we keep our humanity? Critics consensus: A remarkable achievement, Playtime packs every scene with sight gags and characters that both celebrates and satirizes the urbanization of modern life.  Free Admission. 8:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    9. Aug

      07

      Forever Plaid

      Theater Barn, The

      654 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      This deliciously fun show is chock-full of classic barbershop quartet harmonies and pitch perfect melodies! The “Plaids” are a guaranteed smash, with a program of beloved songs and delightful patter that keeps audiences rolling in the aisles, when they’re not humming along to some of the greatest nostalgic pop hits of the 1950’s. 2pm.

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    10. Aug

      07

      George Bowerman, Pianist

      Sevenars Music Festival

      Rte. 112 at Ireland Street, Worthington MA 01098

      Sevenars is delighted to present, in its inaugural “Young Artist To Watch” concert, pianist George Bowerman. His program will include Beethoven’s Sonata in E-flat Op. 27, No 1, Brahms Fantasies, Op 116 (complete), and Chopin’s 24 Preludes, Op. 28 (complete). 4pm.

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    11. Aug

      07

      I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change

      Sharon Playhouse

      49 Amenia Road, Sharon CT 06069

      The celebration of the relationship takes center stage in the hilarious revue paying tribute to those who have loved, lost, and dared to ask “Say, what are you doing Saturday night?” 4 characters play a multitude of roles as the truths and myths of love are exposed. Stage 2. 1pm & 5:30pm.

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    12. Aug

      07

      Into The Woods

      Mac-Haydn Theatre, Inc., The

      1925 State Route 203, Chatham NY 12037

      This Tony Award winning smash will be the event of the summer! Fairy tales collide in this musical twist on happily ever after. 2pm & 7pm.

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    13. Aug

      07

      Live Entertainment: Mark Kross & Louise Rogers

      Gateways Inn & Restaurant

      51 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Relax and enjoy live entertainment in our newly remodeled Lounge. $15 minimum per person. No reservations required. 7:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    14. Aug

      07

      Mozart and Mahler

      Tanglewood

      297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Mortiz Gnann conducts Mozart and Mahler featuring Nelson Freire. MOZART Piano Concerto No. 9 in E-flat, K.271; MAHLER Symphony No. 1. In the Shed, 2:30pm.

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    15. Aug

      07

      MTC Musical Shorts

      Barrington Stage Company

      Sydelle and Lee Blatt Performing Arts Center at 36 Linden St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      A BSC favorite, join our Musical Theatre Conservatory Ensemble performing a selection of short musicals by emerging writers. Discover tomorrow’s talent today! 8pm.

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    16. Aug

      07

      New York City Theatre Ballet

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      New York Theatre Ballet, a bright and intriguing chamber ballet company, presents a range of contemporary ballet works including Antony Tudor’s 1937 masterpiece Dark Elegies, an eloquent, somber ballet danced to Gustav Mahler’s song cycle “Kindertotenlieder”. Contemporary choreographer Pam Tanowitz’s Short Memory brings color and wit to the stage, accompanied by live piano. The program closes with British choreographer Richard Alston’s Such Longing–passionate, sweeping and danced to Frédéric Chopin’s Nocturnes and Études. Doris Duke Theatre. 2:15pm.

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    17. Aug

      07

      Paint: Patriotism – American Flag

      Berkshire Paint and Sip

      Berkshire County MA 00000

      American FlagPaint a canvas, sip a beverage & socialize with friends. Fundraiser for The Gentle Giants Relay for Life Team. Paint Patriotism – American Flag on a 16 x 20 canvas with all painting materials, instruction and snack included. BYOB. $35pp. 4pm – 6pm.

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    18. Aug

      07

      Poster Boy

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Inspired by actual events surrounding the 2010 suicide of Tyler Clementi, a college student who brought national attention to cyber-bullying, Poster Boy is a provocative and moving new musical and lays bare the complexity of protecting our privacy, identity and humanity in the digital era. Nikos Stage. 2pm.

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    19. Aug

      07

      Rakish Paddy

      Bascom Lodge

      Mt. Greylock State Reservation, Adams MA 01220

      Enjoy the foot stomping Celtic music of Rakish Paddy. Free. 6pm.

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    20. Aug

      07

      10 mile, narrated hour long round-trip scenic train ride between North Adams and Adams. Departs North Adams station at 10am, 11:30am, 1:30pm & 3pm. Tickets: Adults, $12, Seniors, $11, Children (4-12), $8.

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      07

      Scenic Train Ride

      Berkshire Scenic Railway - Hoosac Valley Service

      North Adams MA 01247

      10 mile, narrated hour long round-trip scenic train ride between North Adams and Adams. Departs North Adams station at 10am, 11:30am, 1:30pm & 3pm. Tickets: Adults, $12, Seniors, $11, Children (4-12), $8.

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      07

      Shakespeare in the Park – The Tempest

      Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development

      First Street Common at 1st St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      The Tempest takes place on a magical island inhabited by spirits and monsters and two humans, castoffs from society: a wizard and his daughter. The Tempest is the story of the old man’s revenge…or forgiveness. Outdoors on the Common. Free. 8pm.

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      07

      Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma

      Tanglewood

      297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma. In the Shed. 8pm.

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    24. Aug

      07

      Summer Sundays – Body, Art, and Soul

      Clark Art Institute

      225 South Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Join us for an afternoon on the Clark Terrace for an afternoon all about celebrating the body and its arts. Indulge in a therapeutic massage from the professionals at Tsubo Massage, get your face or body painted, or investigate the ancient practice of body modification with a new piercing from Arte Bella Tattoo – all while enjoying the musical stylings of twice Grammy-nominated Spanish guitarist, Jose Lezcano. 1pm – 4pm.

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    25. Aug

      07

      The Merchant of Venice

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      A perilous romance. A tragic history. An infamous wager. Shakespeare’s most controversial yet poignant play offers a visceral display of courtship, prejudice, money and revenge, ending ultimately in a choice between life and death. Tina Packer Playhouse, 2:00pm.

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    26. Aug

      07

      The Pirates of Penzance

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      With its swashbuckling pirates, bumbling policeman and a Major-General who sings one of the most famous patter songs in musical theatre history, The Pirates of Penzance is sure to be a treat for the whole family. Main Stage. 5pm. 

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    27. Aug

      07

      The Two Gentlemen of Verona

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Boy meets girl. Boy loves girl. Boy’s best friend meets girl and also loves girl. Hilarity ensues as love is professed, secret plans are made, and friendships are betrayed. This early romantic comedy takes a gleeful look at the fickle nature of young love and features one of Shakespeare’s most engaging comic heroines, two of his funniest clowns, and the best role ever for a dog. Tina Packer Playhouse, 7:30 pm

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    28. Aug

      07

      Third Annual Pearl Show!

      Laurie Donovan Designs

      81 Church Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Pearls of all varieties will be on display. Loose strands of Pink, White, Black Tahitian and Golden South Seas. Pearl Jewelry of all kinds and one of a kind pearl jewelry by Laurie Donovan. 11am – 4pm.

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    29. Aug

      07

      Twelfth Night

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Outdoors, fresh, and fast-paced, Shakespeare’s rebellious comedy catapults audiences into a world of illusion, debauchery and mayhem. Amidst the forest and foliage, audiences are transported to the mythical land of Illyria—alongside the recently shipwrecked and lovelorn Viola. This 90-minute frolic unravels a madcap mix-up of characters and offers a reunion of epic proportions. The Dell at the Mount, 4:30 pm.

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    30. Aug

      07

      Young Artists Composition Program Student Recital

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      45 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Students in the BUTI Young Artists Composition Program present a recital of original works performed by other BUTI Young Artists students. Free to the public with open seating. 5:30pm. 

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      07

      Young Artists Harp Program Student Recital

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      45 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Students in the BUTI Young Artists Harp Program present a recital of varied works. Free to the public with open seating. 11am.

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    32. Aug

      07

      Young Artists Vocal Program Student Recital

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      Trinity Church at 88 Walker St, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      Students in the BUTI Young Artists Vocal Program present a recital of varied works. Free to the public with open seating. 3pm.

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      07

      The Wiz

      Barrington Stage Company

      Berkshire Museum at 39 South St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

      The Wiz is a glorious musical retelling of L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, with a book by William F. Brown and an infectious, funky and soulful score and lyrics by Charlie Small. The Wiz brings a renewed relevance to a timeless American classic. It’s blazing with high spirits and sizzling with vitality. 2pm.

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      Aug 12th

      QiGong Master Lee Holden – Level 1/Week 2

      Eastover Estate and Retreat

      430 East Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Daily until August 12, 2016

      This program will not only certify you to teach Qi Gong, but will be a journey into life-force energy (Qi), leading to an awakening of the self. On this journey, you will emerge with resources, tools, and techniques for health, healing, longevity, and a deeper connection to life itself.

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      Aug 9th

      Basic Drawing with Graphite Pencil

      Berkshire Botanical Garden

      5 West Stockbridge Road, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Daily until August 9, 2016

      Learn how to draw what you see in nature. This two-day intensive workshop will give participants the basics concepts and skills to get started or an opportunity to refine their abilities. Members $225; Nonmembers $250. 10am – 4pm.

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    2. Aug

      08

      Broadway and Beyond: Reprise Edition

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Come celebrate life, music and love – as Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley share their love for Broadway and the Great American Songbook. 8pm.

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    3. Aug

      08

      Capitol Steps at Cranwell

      Capitol Steps

      55 Lee Road, Lenox MA 01240

      The outrageously funny Capitol Steps bring their political satire and song parodies fueled by the upcoming elections. 8pm.

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    4. Aug

      08

      Constellations

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Have you ever wondered if one simple interaction could change your life’s trajectory? This heartfelt and poignant two-character drama follows Marianne, a quirky quantum physicist, played by Kate Baldwin, and Roland, a beekeeper, played by Graham Rowat. Their first encounter is seemingly ordinary—crossing paths at a mutual friend’s barbeque. Exploring the endless possibilities of their budding romance, the characters create their own multi-verse to see how their relationship would play out if they had chosen fate over chance. Unicorn Theatre. 7pm.

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    5. Aug

      08

      Healing Common Complaints with Acupressure

      Boundless: Integrative Wellness Center

      5 Albany Road, 2 Floor, West Stockbridge MA 01266

      You won’t want to miss this informative, free class on holistic self-care! Chinese Medicine Practitioner Kelly Clady-Giramma will give an engaging and practical overview of pressure points and tapping solutions for ailments such as colds, anxiety, low back pain, menstrual cramps, headaches, digestive problems and more. Free. 6pm.

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      08

      Je Suis Charlie & Very Semi-Serious

      Berkshire Jewish Film Festival

      Lenox Memorial High School Duffin Theater at 197 East St, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      4pm: Je Suis Charlie addresses journalistic freedom, the ongoing threat of Islamic fundamentalism, and the larger ideals of a democratic nation. This potent tribute to the slaughtered Charlie Hebdo cartoonists chronicles the aftermath of the terrorist attack that galvanized France and much of the free world.

      8pm: Very Semi-Serious is an offbeat documentary about humor, art and the genius of the New Yorker cartoon.

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      08

      Live, Original Music On The Common

      Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development

      The Common at 1st St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      Eli “Paperboy” Reed with special guests the Easy Ridin’ Papas. Food and beverage available for purchase. In the case of rain or inclement weather, concert moves indoors at the Zion Lutheran Church, adjacent to the Common.  Free. 6pm.  

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      08

      Sensing Place: Plein Air Watercolor Session

      Clark Art Institute

      225 South Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Join instructor Marilyn Cromwell of IS183 School of the Berkshires on the grounds of the Clark for a final plein-air experience of the season! We will join in a gentle hike to a base location and capture in watercolor some of the vibrant colors and unique forms surrounding us. Short exercises will guide us in creating studies that explore composition, color mixing, and paint application. Our focus throughout will be to convey what makes our subject, and this place, special to us. 10am – 4pm.

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      08

      Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra

      Tanglewood

      297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra wth Dawn Upshaw, soprano, Sanford Sylvan, baritone, and TMC Vocal Fellows (Shostakovich). WEILL The Seven Deadly Sins; SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No. 14. At Seiji Ozawa Hall 8pm.

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    10. Aug

      08

      The Stone Witch

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      In this World Premiere, reality and fantasy collide when a struggling, young writer is chosen by a powerful book editor for a special assignment—to help a reclusive children’s book author and illustrator complete his first manuscript in over a decade. Judd Hirsch stars in this darkly humorous play makes us question the cost of success. Fitzpatrick Main Stage. 7pm.

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    11. Aug

      08

      Young Artists Piano Program Student Recital

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      Ventfort Hall Gilded Age Museum at 104 Walker St, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      Students in the BUTI Young Artists Piano Program present a recital of varied works. 7:30pm.

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    12. Aug

      08

      Young Artists Vocal Program Student Recital

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      Trinity Church at 88 Walker St, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      Students in the BUTI Young Artists Vocal Program present a recital of varied works. Free to the public with open seating. 6pm.

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    13. Aug

      08

      Live Entertainment: Dave Bartley & Charlie Tokarz

      Gateways Inn & Restaurant

      51 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      12:45 pm – 1:45 pm

      Relax and enjoy live entertainment in our newly remodeled Lounge. $15 minimum per person. No reservations required. 7:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    14. Aug

      08

      Young Artists Vocal Program Student Recital

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      Trinity Church at 88 Walker St, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      2:45 pm – 3:45 pm

      Students in the BUTI Young Artists Vocal Program present a recital of varied works. Free to the public with open seating. 11am.

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    1. Aug

      09

      An American Daughter

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      When the president of the United States nominates Dr. Lyssa Dent Hughes to the position of Surgeon General, the excavation of her past triggers a scandal that threatens her confirmation. What cost one woman pays when she dares to have it all. Main Stage. 7:30pm. 

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    2. Aug

      09

      Constellations

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Have you ever wondered if one simple interaction could change your life’s trajectory? This heartfelt and poignant two-character drama follows Marianne, a quirky quantum physicist, played by Kate Baldwin, and Roland, a beekeeper, played by Graham Rowat. Their first encounter is seemingly ordinary—crossing paths at a mutual friend’s barbeque. Exploring the endless possibilities of their budding romance, the characters create their own multi-verse to see how their relationship would play out if they had chosen fate over chance. Unicorn Theatre. 7pm.

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      09

      Live Entertainment: Mark Irwin

      Gateways Inn & Restaurant

      51 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Relax and enjoy live entertainment in our newly remodeled Lounge. $15 minimum per person. No reservations required. 7:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    4. Aug

      09

      Summer Sketch Club

      Norman Rockwell Museum

      9 Route 183, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Express yourself, experiment, and strengthen your skills as an artist. Bring a sketchbook or drawing pad; other art supplies are provided. Class will may be in or outdoors, weather permitting. For ages 7 and up. $7, $5 for Museum members per class, or included with Museum admission. 10am – 12pm.

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    5. Aug

      09

      Tea & Talk: When Incandescence Met Iridescence: Edison and Tiffany

      Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum

      104 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      This is the story of two parallel lives in Gilded Age New York. Renowned architectural historian and writer Francis Morrone will bring the two distinguished lives to light with “When Incandescence Met Iridescence: Edison and Tiffany.” A Victorian tea to follow. $24 advance; $29 day of. 4pm.

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      09

      The Merchant of Venice

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      A perilous romance. A tragic history. An infamous wager. Shakespeare’s most controversial yet poignant play offers a visceral display of courtship, prejudice, money and revenge, ending ultimately in a choice between life and death. Tina Packer Playhouse, 7:30pm.

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    7. Aug

      09

      The Pirates of Penzance

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      With its swashbuckling pirates, bumbling policeman and a Major-General who sings one of the most famous patter songs in musical theatre history, The Pirates of Penzance is sure to be a treat for the whole family. Main Stage. 7pm.

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    8. Aug

      09

      The Stone Witch

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      In this World Premiere, reality and fantasy collide when a struggling, young writer is chosen by a powerful book editor for a special assignment—to help a reclusive children’s book author and illustrator complete his first manuscript in over a decade. Judd Hirsch stars in this darkly humorous play makes us question the cost of success. Fitzpatrick Main Stage. 7pm.

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    9. Aug

      09

      Twelfth Night

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Outdoors, fresh, and fast-paced, Shakespeare’s rebellious comedy catapults audiences into a world of illusion, debauchery and mayhem. Amidst the forest and foliage, audiences are transported to the mythical land of Illyria—alongside the recently shipwrecked and lovelorn Viola. This 90-minute frolic unravels a madcap mix-up of characters and offers a reunion of epic proportions. The Dell at the Mount, 6:00 pm.

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    10. Aug

      09

      Young Artists Orchestra Chamber Music

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      Trinity Church at 88 Walker St, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      Students in the BUTI Young Artists Orchestra present a recital of chamber music. Free to the public with open seating. 6pm.

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    1. Aug

      10

      20th Annual Downtown Celebration

      City of North Adams Office of Community Events

      105 Main Street, North Adams MA 01247

      An outdoor festival/community expo featuring vendors, food, music, performances, and more. This will see the addition of interactive community arts projects coordinated by DownStreet Art. 5:30pm – 9pm.

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    2. Aug

      10

      An American Daughter

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      When the president of the United States nominates Dr. Lyssa Dent Hughes to the position of Surgeon General, the excavation of her past triggers a scandal that threatens her confirmation. What cost one woman pays when she dares to have it all. Main Stage. 7:30pm.

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    3. Aug

      10

      And No more Shall We Part

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      When Pam becomes terminally ill, she and her husband Don must face the most difficult decision yet in their long and loving marriage. With passion, fear, strength and even humor, they grapple with how, and if, to say goodbye. Nikos Stage. 7:30pm.

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    4. Aug

      10

      Berkshire Highlanders

      Bascom Lodge

      Mt. Greylock State Reservation, Adams MA 01220

      Bagpipes! Bagpipes! Bagpipes! Need we say more? Free. 6pm.

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    5. Aug

      10

      Boston Symphony Chamber Players

      Tanglewood

      297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Boston Symphony Chamber Players with Jeremy Flower, electronics and piano. FLOWER Shamu and Clinical, for horn, electronics, and piano; FRANÇAIX Divertissement for flute, oboe, and bassoon; BEETHOVEN String Trio in C, Op. 9, No. 1; SPOHR Nonet for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, viola, cello, and double bass. At Seiji Ozawa Hall. 8pm.

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    6. Aug

      10

      Capitol Steps at Cranwell

      Capitol Steps

      55 Lee Road, Lenox MA 01240

      The outrageously funny Capitol Steps bring their political satire and song parodies fueled by the upcoming elections. 8pm.

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    7. Aug

      10

      Constellations

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Have you ever wondered if one simple interaction could change your life’s trajectory? This heartfelt and poignant two-character drama follows Marianne, a quirky quantum physicist, played by Kate Baldwin, and Roland, a beekeeper, played by Graham Rowat. Their first encounter is seemingly ordinary—crossing paths at a mutual friend’s barbeque. Exploring the endless possibilities of their budding romance, the characters create their own multi-verse to see how their relationship would play out if they had chosen fate over chance. Unicorn Theatre. 7pm.

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    8. Aug

      10

      Creating Together: A Parent-Child Experience

      Norman Rockwell Museum

      9 Route 183, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Explore the galleries together during this interactive art experience for children ages 4 and up and their parents/caregivers. A look at the works on view will inspire personal artworks created with a variety of materials and techniques. $7, $5 for Museum members per class, or included with Museum admission. 10am – 11:30am.

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    9. Aug

      10

      Cry “Havoc!”

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      In an inspiring 75 minutes, Stephan Wolfert recounts his own experience pre- and post-military service. Through the lines of Shakespeare’s most famous speeches and his own personal insights, Wolfert explores our societal neurosis of war. The military recruits citizens and trains them to kill, but what does the “de-cruit” process look like? How do we re-learn to live together? Each performance is followed by an engaging discussion between actor, audience, and veterans that dares to explore these questions. Elayne Bernstein Theatre, 8:30 pm.

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    10. Aug

      10

      Dorrance Dance

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      Michelle Dorrance returns with collaborator, musician, and fellow STOMP cast member Nicholas Van Young and Dorrance Dance, her company of virtuosic tap dance artists and musicians. They present ETM: Double Down featuring breathtaking solos, duets, and ensemble choreography, ETM: Double Down incorporates live music and Young’s award-winning electronic tap dance instruments in a surprising, innovative evening of dance and music. Ted Shawn Theatre. 8pm.

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      10

      Figure Drawing

      Clark Art Institute

      225 South Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      Wednesday afternoons in July and August, the Clark invites artists of all levels of experiences to participate in a series of relaxed figure drawing classes inspired by the works on view in Splendor, Myth, and Vision: Nudes from the Prado. Hosted in the Clark’s Museum Pavilion the classes will feature guiding instruction and live models – all materials will be provided. Stop by on your way to the galleries, or stay for the whole class! Free with admission. 2:30pm – 4pm.

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      10

      Ghost Tour

      The Mount, Edith Wharton's Home

      2 Plunkett Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Syfy’s Ghost Hunters found The Mount to be full of eerie experiences. What will you discover on your tour of the most haunted parts of the estate? Not recommended for children under 12. $24 General; $20 Members. 7:30pm.

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      10

      Lady Di and the Dukes

      Lenox Chamber of Commerce

      Lilac Park at Main St, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      Free concert in the heart of historic downtown Lenox at Lilac Park every Wednesday. 6:30pm.

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    14. Aug

      10

      Live Entertainment: Sherri Buxton & Andy Jaffe

      Gateways Inn & Restaurant

      51 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Relax and enjoy live entertainment in our newly remodeled Lounge. $15 minimum per person. No reservations required. 7:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    15. Aug

      10

      Live on the Lake

      Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development

      28 Renne Ave., Pittsfield MA 01201

      Live on the Lake at Burbank Park on Onota Lake in Pittsfield. Live music with the band License to Groove. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy a Berkshire summer evening of great music and community. Additional parking at Taconic High School with shuttle service provided. No alcoholic beverages are allowed. 6pm – 8pm.

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      10

      Or,

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      The bawdy 1660s look a lot like the modern day in this playful comedy about one chaotic night in the life of the poet, spy, and first female playwright Aphra Behn. Determined to leave the spy trade behind and launch her new career, Ms. Behn must deliver a play by morning, a task complicated by an array of amorous distractions and scandalous revelations. Can she resist the charms of an infatuated actress, save the king, win a pardon, and write her masterpiece, all in one night? Tina Packer Playhouse, 2:00pm.

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    17. Aug

      10

      The Emperor of the Moon

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      When love strikes, chaos ensues and a coup of astronomic proportions results. Sisters, suitors, servants, and a father obsessed with the moon set the stage for a stellar farce performed under the open-air tent. Ware’s fast-paced, family-friendly adaptation of Aphra Behn’s Restoration comedy, based in Commedia dell’Arte, offers audiences of every age a hearty dose of mayhem, music and merriment. Rose Footprint Theatre, 5:30 pm.

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    18. Aug

      10

      The Pirates of Penzance

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      With its swashbuckling pirates, bumbling policeman and a Major-General who sings one of the most famous patter songs in musical theatre history, The Pirates of Penzance is sure to be a treat for the whole family. Main Stage. 2pm & 7pm.

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    19. Aug

      10

      The Stone Witch

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      In this World Premiere, reality and fantasy collide when a struggling, young writer is chosen by a powerful book editor for a special assignment—to help a reclusive children’s book author and illustrator complete his first manuscript in over a decade. Judd Hirsch stars in this darkly humorous play makes us question the cost of success. Fitzpatrick Main Stage. 7pm.

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    20. Aug

      10

      The Wiz

      Barrington Stage Company

      Berkshire Museum at 39 South St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      The Wiz is a glorious musical retelling of L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, with a book by William F. Brown and an infectious, funky and soulful score and lyrics by Charlie Small. The Wiz brings a renewed relevance to a timeless American classic. It’s blazing with high spirits and sizzling with vitality. 2pm & 7pm. 

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    21. Aug

      10

      Wharton on Wednesday

      The Mount, Edith Wharton's Home

      2 Plunkett Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Experience Edith Wharton at her finest with this short stories series. Read by professional actors, these stories showcase Wharton’s gift for social satire. $5 General; Members free. 5pm.

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      10

      Yoga with Kathi Hatch

      Norman Rockwell Museum

      9 Route 183, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Join Kripalu certified yoga instructor Kathi Hatch for a yoga class appropriate for all skill levels. Free. 5:15pm – 6:15pm.

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    23. Aug

      10

      Young Artists Orchestra Chamber Music

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      Trinity Church at 88 Walker St, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      Students in the BUTI Young Artists Orchestra present a recital of chamber music. Free to the public with open seating. 6pm.

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      Aug 12th

      Botanical Illustration—A Focus on White

      Berkshire Botanical Garden

      5 West Stockbridge Road, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Daily until August 12, 2016

      This intensive workshop is geared toward all levels and will focus on drawing white subjects, always so captivating to observe firsthand in nature but so challenging to interpret on paper. Find out how to retain those lovely whites while creating tonal shadow and capturing form. Some colored pencil experience is advisable. Members $290; Nonmembers $315. 10am – 4pm.

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      Kayaking: Meditation on the Water, Moving Energy in the Body

      Eastover Estate and Retreat

      430 East Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Daily until August 12, 2016

      Ready for a magical weekend in the heart of the Berkshires? Want to be dazzled by Mother Nature’s fall foliage display? Greg DiLisio and Johnny Snyder bring their popular and seasoned Yoga and Kayaking program to Eastover which features 600 acres of unspoiled natural beauty and inspiring views with a jaw-dropping landscape of blazing colors.

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    1. Aug

      11

      A Tribute to Elvis and Early Rock and Roll

      Norman Rockwell Museum

      9 Route 183, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Put on your blue suede shoes and step back in time with Elvis impersonator Joe Borelli and his band, who will bring beloved songs by the “King of Rock and Roll” to life. Free for Museum members, or included with Museum admission. Reservations are recommended, by calling 413.931.2221. 5:30pm.

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      11

      An American Daughter

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      When the president of the United States nominates Dr. Lyssa Dent Hughes to the position of Surgeon General, the excavation of her past triggers a scandal that threatens her confirmation. What cost one woman pays when she dares to have it all. Main Stage. 2pm & 7pm.

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      11

      And No more Shall We Part

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      When Pam becomes terminally ill, she and her husband Don must face the most difficult decision yet in their long and loving marriage. With passion, fear, strength and even humor, they grapple with how, and if, to say goodbye. Nikos Stage. 7:30pm.

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    4. Aug

      11

      Beauty and The Beast

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      A spell is cast on a conceited, immature prince and his castle, turning the strikingly handsome young man into a hideous, cruel creature: The Beast. Belle, a bright and beautiful bookworm, has always felt out of place and aches for adventure. A classic fairy-tale about a monstrous prince and a young woman who fall in love. Colonial Theatre. 7pm.

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    5. Aug

      11

      Capitol Steps at Cranwell

      Capitol Steps

      55 Lee Road, Lenox MA 01240

      The outrageously funny Capitol Steps bring their political satire and song parodies fueled by the upcoming elections. 8pm.

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    6. Aug

      11

      Constellations

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Have you ever wondered if one simple interaction could change your life’s trajectory? This heartfelt and poignant two-character drama follows Marianne, a quirky quantum physicist, played by Kate Baldwin, and Roland, a beekeeper, played by Graham Rowat. Their first encounter is seemingly ordinary—crossing paths at a mutual friend’s barbeque. Exploring the endless possibilities of their budding romance, the characters create their own multi-verse to see how their relationship would play out if they had chosen fate over chance. Unicorn Theatre. 2pm & 7pm.

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    7. Aug

      11

      Cry “Havoc!”

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      In an inspiring 75 minutes, Stephan Wolfert recounts his own experience pre- and post-military service. Through the lines of Shakespeare’s most famous speeches and his own personal insights, Wolfert explores our societal neurosis of war. The military recruits citizens and trains them to kill, but what does the “de-cruit” process look like? How do we re-learn to live together? Each performance is followed by an engaging discussion between actor, audience, and veterans that dares to explore these questions. Elayne Bernstein Theatre, 8:30 pm.

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      11

      Dorrance Dance

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      Michelle Dorrance returns with collaborator, musician, and fellow STOMP cast member Nicholas Van Young and Dorrance Dance, her company of virtuosic tap dance artists and musicians. They present ETM: Double Down featuring breathtaking solos, duets, and ensemble choreography, ETM: Double Down incorporates live music and Young’s award-winning electronic tap dance instruments in a surprising, innovative evening of dance and music. Ted Shawn Theatre. 8pm.

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    9. Aug

      11

      Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh

      Theater Barn, The

      654 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      A zany cast of characters are woven into this merry musical about the lives of Barry Bockman and his beloved, Sarah Jackman. The show highlights the satirical song parodies for which Allan Sherman was most famous, including the Grammy Award winning song “Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh!” and his eight albums. 8pm.

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    10. Aug

      11

      Historic Property and “Build a Better Baby Carriage” Walks

      Norman Rockwell Museum

      9 Route 183, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Experience the Museum’s 36-acre campus, learn about the historic buildings onsite, and enjoy the Museum’s outdoor exhibition inspired by Rockwell’s first “Post” cover. Free for Museum members, or included with Museum admission. 2pm.

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    11. Aug

      11

      I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change

      Sharon Playhouse

      49 Amenia Road, Sharon CT 06069

      The celebration of the relationship takes center stage in the hilarious revue paying tribute to those who have loved, lost, and dared to ask “Say, what are you doing Saturday night?” 4 characters play a multitude of roles as the truths and myths of love are exposed. Stage 2. 7pm.

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      11

      Live Entertainment

      Panchos Mexican Restaurant

      156 North Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Live entertainment every Thursday night. No cover charge. 6pm.

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    13. Aug

      11

      Live Entertainment: John Davidson

      Gateways Inn & Restaurant

      51 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Relax and enjoy live entertainment in our newly remodeled Lounge. $15 minimum per person. No reservations required. 7:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    14. Aug

      11

      Naumkeag at Night

      Naumkeag House and Gardens

      5 Prospect Hill Road, Stockbridge MA 01262

      The perfect end to a Berkshires summer day with a variety of live music provided by some of the area’s most popular bands, with cocktails and the gardens of Naumkeag providing the perfect backdrop. Trustees Members: $5; Nonmember: $10. 5pm – 8pm.

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      11

      Paint: Dazzling Daisy

      Berkshire Paint and Sip

      American Legion at 91 American Legion Dr, North Adams, MA 01247, USA

      Dazzling DaisyPaint a canvas, sip a beverage & socialize with friends. Fundraiser for Drury HS Cheerleaders. Paint Dazzling Daisy on a 16 x 20 canvas with all painting materials, instruction included. Cash bar. $40pp. 7pm – 9pm.

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      11

      Party in the Park – Dolly Dagger

      City of North Adams Office of Community Events

      Noel Field at 310 State St, North Adams, MA 01247, USA

      Annual summer concert series every Thursday night in July and August with ample seating and plenty of food vendors, this is a great opportunity to unwind at the end of the day with some rock n’ roll and good company. Free. 6pm – 8pm.

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    17. Aug

      11

      Sister Act

      Mac-Haydn Theatre, Inc., The

      1925 State Route 203, Chatham NY 12037

      This hysterical hit, based on the blockbuster movie, will leave you in high spirits a young woman helps others raise their voice while struggling to find her own! 2pm & 8pm. 

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    18. Aug

      11

      The Merchant of Venice

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      A perilous romance. A tragic history. An infamous wager. Shakespeare’s most controversial yet poignant play offers a visceral display of courtship, prejudice, money and revenge, ending ultimately in a choice between life and death. Tina Packer Playhouse, 2:00pm.

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    19. Aug

      11

      The Pirates of Penzance

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      With its swashbuckling pirates, bumbling policeman and a Major-General who sings one of the most famous patter songs in musical theatre history, The Pirates of Penzance is sure to be a treat for the whole family. Main Stage. 8pm.

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    20. Aug

      11

      The Stone Witch

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      In this World Premiere, reality and fantasy collide when a struggling, young writer is chosen by a powerful book editor for a special assignment—to help a reclusive children’s book author and illustrator complete his first manuscript in over a decade. Judd Hirsch stars in this darkly humorous play makes us question the cost of success. Fitzpatrick Main Stage. 7pm.

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    21. Aug

      11

      The Two Gentlemen of Verona

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Boy meets girl. Boy loves girl. Boy’s best friend meets girl and also loves girl. Hilarity ensues as love is professed, secret plans are made, and friendships are betrayed. This early romantic comedy takes a gleeful look at the fickle nature of young love and features one of Shakespeare’s most engaging comic heroines, two of his funniest clowns, and the best role ever for a dog. Tina Packer Playhouse, 7:30 pm.

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    22. Aug

      11

      The Wiz

      Barrington Stage Company

      Berkshire Museum at 39 South St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      The Wiz is a glorious musical retelling of L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, with a book by William F. Brown and an infectious, funky and soulful score and lyrics by Charlie Small. The Wiz brings a renewed relevance to a timeless American classic. It’s blazing with high spirits and sizzling with vitality. 2pm & 7pm.

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    23. Aug

      11

      Touchstones: In Conversation with A.O. Scott

      The Mount, Edith Wharton's Home

      2 Plunkett Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Join cultural critic and journalist Kate Bolick for an intimate conversation with New York Times film critic A.O. Scott about his new book, Better Living Through Criticism. Tickets $18, $15 members. 5:30pm.

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    24. Aug

      11

      Young Artists Orchestra Chamber Music

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      Trinity Church at 88 Walker St, Lenox, MA 01240, USA

      Students in the BUTI Young Artists Orchestra present a recital of chamber music. Free to the public with open seating. 6pm.

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    1. Aug

      12

      And No more Shall We Part

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      When Pam becomes terminally ill, she and her husband Don must face the most difficult decision yet in their long and loving marriage. With passion, fear, strength and even humor, they grapple with how, and if, to say goodbye. Nikos Stage. 8pm.

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    2. Aug

      12

      Beauty and The Beast

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      A spell is cast on a conceited, immature prince and his castle, turning the strikingly handsome young man into a hideous, cruel creature: The Beast. Belle, a bright and beautiful bookworm, has always felt out of place and aches for adventure. A classic fairy-tale about a monstrous prince and a young woman who fall in love. Colonial Theatre. 7pm.

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    3. Aug

      12

      Broadway Bounty Hunter

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      This exciting new musical is inspired by the Blaxploitation movies of the 1970’s (think Shaft), and follows 60-year-old unemployed actor Annie as she’s asked to become a bounty hunter and capture a South American drug lord. With a score rich with R&B and Funk (and a splash of 80’s Rock ‘n’ Roll), the musical follows a woman of a certain age as she tries to find the inner-strength she needs to save theater itself and realize her true badass identity. Pure unadulterated fun! St. Germain Stage. 7:30pm. 

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    4. Aug

      12

      Capitol Steps at Cranwell

      Capitol Steps

      55 Lee Road, Lenox MA 01240

      The outrageously funny Capitol Steps bring their political satire and song parodies fueled by the upcoming elections. 8pm.

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    5. Aug

      12

      Chesterfest – Alex Smith

      Chesterwood

      4 Williamsville Road, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Bring a blanket or chair and enjoy the music of Alex Smith, contemporary folk singer-songwriter from the heart of New York’s Adirondack Park. His songs pay homage to his hometown and traditional folk music while his lyrics grapple with contemporary issues. Wandering Star Craft Brewery beer and Smokey Sweet BBQ are available for purchase. Tickets: Adults, $10, Kids 13-18, $5; under 13 free. Rain or shine. Grounds open at 5pm; concert at 6pm.

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      12

      Constellations

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Have you ever wondered if one simple interaction could change your life’s trajectory? This heartfelt and poignant two-character drama follows Marianne, a quirky quantum physicist, played by Kate Baldwin, and Roland, a beekeeper, played by Graham Rowat. Their first encounter is seemingly ordinary—crossing paths at a mutual friend’s barbeque. Exploring the endless possibilities of their budding romance, the characters create their own multi-verse to see how their relationship would play out if they had chosen fate over chance. Unicorn Theatre. 8pm.

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    7. Aug

      12

      Five Thirty Fridays with Bad Neighbors

      Southern Berkshire Chamber Of Commerce

      Great Barrington Town Hall at 334 Main St, Great Barrington, MA 01230, USA

      Free concert at the Great Barrington Bandstand. Bring your lawn chair, a snack and enjoy! Plenty of free parking at the GB Town Hall after 4pm. Concert starts at 5:30pm.

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    8. Aug

      12

      Friday Cabaret Rail Cruise

      Berkshire Scenic Railway - Hoosac Valley Service

      North Adams MA 01247

      Exclusive Friday Evening Cabaret Rail Cruise featuring live music performed by the Berkshire’s own popular piano & voice duo of Samantha Talora & Ron Ramsay! Each show features a unique and diverse musical program, fun trivia, prizes & more in an informal, laid-back, family-fun atmosphere. BYOB and picnic on-board our moving cabaret show! Bring your own beverages & snacks for a one-hour, round trip experience. Beer, wine & cocktails are specifically welcome and encouraged! Tickets $25pp. 6:30pm.

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    9. Aug

      12

      Friday Night at the Movies: Just Pals

      Norman Rockwell Museum

      9 Route 183, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Just Pals features Western star Buck Jones as an out of work drifter (Bim) who befriends an orphaned boy (Bill). Kindred spirits, Bim and Bill assist each other through a series of misadventures, ultimately building a familial bond. The film will be introduced by Curator of Exhibitions Jesse Kowalski to provide context, followed by an audience Q&A. Refreshments will be served. Free with Museum admission; Film only $10, $5 for members and children age 12 and under. 5:30 – 7:30pm.

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    10. Aug

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      Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh

      Theater Barn, The

      654 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      A zany cast of characters are woven into this merry musical about the lives of Barry Bockman and his beloved, Sarah Jackman. The show highlights the satirical song parodies for which Allan Sherman was most famous, including the Grammy Award winning song “Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh!” and his eight albums. 8pm.

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    11. Aug

      12

      I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change + Patio Cabaret

      Sharon Playhouse

      49 Amenia Road, Sharon CT 06069

      The celebration of the relationship takes center stage in the hilarious revue paying tribute to those who have loved, lost, and dared to ask “Say, what are you doing Saturday night?” 4 characters play a multitude of roles as the truths and myths of love are exposed. Stage 2. 7pm.

      Swing by our beautiful covered lounge after the show, grab a drink, and take in a Patio Cabaret! Featuring incredible Sharon Playhouse cast members and some surprise special guests. No cover charge.

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    12. Aug

      12

      Live Entertainment: Robert Klein

      Gateways Inn & Restaurant

      51 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Relax and enjoy live entertainment in our newly remodeled Lounge. $15 minimum per person. No reservations required. 7:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    13. Aug

      12

      Live on North – Tantrum

      Hotel on North

      297 North Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Join us for a night of dance, friends, and rock & roll! Tantrum is back to rock the house with a night of your favorite songs. 7:30pm – 11pm.

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    14. Aug

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      Nicolai, Mozart, Debussy and Ravel

      Tanglewood

      297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Charles Dutoit conducts Nicolai, Mozart, Debussy and Ravel featuring Emanuel Ax, piano. NICOLAI Overture to The Merry Wives of Windsor; MOZART Piano Concerto No. 22 in E-flat, K.482; DEBUSSY La Mer RAVEL Boléro. In the Shed. 8pm.

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    15. Aug

      12

      Opening Reception: Exhibition at The Barn Gallery, Stonover Farm

      Stonover Farm Bed & Breakfast

      169 Under Mountain Road, Lenox MA 01240

      Works of original art by artists in the exhibit: Susie Ganch photography and tapestry, Stanley Jaffee photography, Lucy MacGillis paintings of Umbria and Jeanne Mullen San Francisco artist gicleé prints. These works will be presented for view and sale, a portion of sales will support Learning Through Arts at IS183 Art School of the Berkshires. 5pm – 7pm.

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    16. Aug

      12

      Painting Demonstration

      Frelinghuysen Morris House & Studio

      92 Hawthorne Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Painting demonstration with artist Scott Taylor, creating in plein air and discussing technique. Free with admission. 11am.

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    17. Aug

      12

      RIOULT Dance NY

      PS21, Inc.

      2980 Route 66, Chatham NY 12037

      RIOULT Dance NY, whose reputation for performing sensual, articulate, and exquisitely musical works is well-established, will perform as part of the third annual Chatham Dance Festival, a month-long celebration of American Dance. The program will include “On Distant Shores,” “Views of the Fleeting World,” and “Bolero.” Tickets: $35; $30; $18 students. 8pm – 10pm.

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    18. Aug

      12

      Seussical

      Mac-Haydn Theatre, Inc., The

      1925 State Route 203, Chatham NY 12037

      This fantastic, magical, musical extravaganza follows the story of Horton the Elephant. 10:30am.

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    19. Aug

      12

      Sister Act

      Mac-Haydn Theatre, Inc., The

      1925 State Route 203, Chatham NY 12037

      This hysterical hit, based on the blockbuster movie, will leave you in high spirits a young woman helps others raise their voice while struggling to find her own! 8pm.

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    20. Aug

      12

      The Claremont Trio

      Norfolk Chamber Music Festival – Yale School of Music

      Music Shed, 20 Litchfield Road, Norfolk CT 06058

      FRANK: Folk Songs for Piano Trio; DVOŘÁK: Piano Trio No. 4 in e minor, Op 90, “Du. 8pm.

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    21. Aug

      12

      The Emperor of the Moon

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      When love strikes, chaos ensues and a coup of astronomic proportions results. Sisters, suitors, servants, and a father obsessed with the moon set the stage for a stellar farce performed under the open-air tent. Ware’s fast-paced, family-friendly adaptation of Aphra Behn’s Restoration comedy, based in Commedia dell’Arte, offers audiences of every age a hearty dose of mayhem, music and merriment. Rose Footprint Theatre, 5:30 pm.

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    22. Aug

      12

      The Pirates of Penzance

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      With its swashbuckling pirates, bumbling policeman and a Major-General who sings one of the most famous patter songs in musical theatre history, The Pirates of Penzance is sure to be a treat for the whole family. Main Stage. 2pm & 8pm.

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    23. Aug

      12

      The Stone Witch

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      In this World Premiere, reality and fantasy collide when a struggling, young writer is chosen by a powerful book editor for a special assignment—to help a reclusive children’s book author and illustrator complete his first manuscript in over a decade. Judd Hirsch stars in this darkly humorous play makes us question the cost of success. Fitzpatrick Main Stage. 8pm.

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    24. Aug

      12

      The Two Gentlemen of Verona

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Boy meets girl. Boy loves girl. Boy’s best friend meets girl and also loves girl. Hilarity ensues as love is professed, secret plans are made, and friendships are betrayed. This early romantic comedy takes a gleeful look at the fickle nature of young love and features one of Shakespeare’s most engaging comic heroines, two of his funniest clowns, and the best role ever for a dog. Tina Packer Playhouse, 7:30 pm.

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    25. Aug

      12

      The Wiz

      Barrington Stage Company

      Berkshire Museum at 39 South St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

      The Wiz is a glorious musical retelling of L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, with a book by William F. Brown and an infectious, funky and soulful score and lyrics by Charlie Small. The Wiz brings a renewed relevance to a timeless American classic. It’s blazing with high spirits and sizzling with vitality.  7pm.

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      Young Artists Vocal Program Opera Scenes

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute

      45 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Students in the BUTI Young Artists Vocal Program present a concert of opera scenes. Free to the public with open seating. 6:30pm.

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    27. Aug

      12

      Birds of Prey with Tom Ricardi, Wildlife Rehabilitator

      Berkshire Botanical Garden

      5 West Stockbridge Road, Stockbridge MA 01262

      3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

      Join wildlife rehabilitator Tom Ricardi for his ever popular presentation on birds of prey. He will share the natural history of these magnificent raptors, demonstrate some of their unique behaviors, and inspire children of all ages to appreciate, respect, and conserve these important members of our wild kingdom. Free for members and children under 12; BBG admission fee required for Non-Members. 11am – 12:30pm.

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      Berkshire Crafts Fair

      Berkshire Crafts Fair

      600 Stockbridge Road, Great Barrington MA 01230

      Daily until August 14, 2016

      Now in its 42nd year, the Berkshire Crafts Fair will return to Monument Mountain Regional High School. The fair will showcase the work of 89 artists, carefully selected by jury for the quality and variety of their offerings. Visitors can expect a wide array of products and prices in each category of craft, from contemporary and traditional jewelry, to furniture, ceramics, textiles, glassware, and more. Tickets: $7, kids under 12 free. 10am-5pm.

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      Aug 31st

      Infused With Passion

      Good Purpose Gallery & Spectrum Playhouse

      40 Main Street, Lee MA 01238

      Daily until August 31, 2016

      A dazzling and colorful exhibition at the Good Purpose Gallery! Infused with Passion will showcase the extraordinary canvas and furniture paintings by the talented Andrew Novis.

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      Aug 14th

      Sheffield Antiques Show

      Southern Berkshire Chamber Of Commerce

      Mount Everett High School. at 491 Berkshire School Rd, Sheffield, MA 01257, USA

      Daily until August 14, 2016

      Sheffield Antiques Show, held every summer since 1948, features Fine 18th-20th century Furniture, Folk Art, Oriental Rugs, Fine Oil Paintings, Watercolors and Prints, Rare Advertising posters, Antique and Vintage Jewelry, Exceptional Accessories, China, Arts & Crafts Pottery, Sterling Silver and more!  Ample Parking. A/C. Lunch. Bake Sale. Quilt Raffle. Sponsored by 1st Congregational Church Sheffield. Starts 11am Friday & Sunday,11am: Saturday, 10am.

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      Aug 14th

      46th Annual Grow Show: You grow it, We show it!

      Berkshire Botanical Garden

      5 West Stockbridge Road, Stockbridge MA 01262

      Daily until August 14, 2016

      A Garden Club of America Event! We welcome all age groups, experience levels and different kinds of plants at our blue ribbon event. For a printable 2016 grow show brochure complete with categories and rules check our website. No cost to participate; public entry to the Show is included with admission to the Garden.  Saturday, 12-5pm; Sunday, 10am-5pm

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    2. Aug 13th

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      Aug 31st

      Brown Bear Everywhere Pop-Up Exhibition

      Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, The

      125 West Bay Road, Amherst MA 01002

      Daily until August 31, 2016

      In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the book that launched Eric Carle’s career, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin Jr., The Carle is sending the book’s famous characters to the main streets and outdoor spaces of Amherst through a special pop-up exhibition. On view through October 9, 2016.

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      Aug 31st

      Exhibition at The Barn Gallery, Stonover Farm

      Stonover Farm Bed & Breakfast

      169 Under Mountain Road, Lenox MA 01240

      Daily until August 31, 2016

      Works of original art by artists in the exhibit: Susie Ganch photography and tapestry, Stanley Jaffee photography, Lucy MacGillis paintings of Umbria and Jeanne Mullen San Francisco artist gicleé prints. These works will be presented for view and sale, a portion of sales will support Learning Through Arts at IS183 Art School of the Berkshires.

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    4. Aug

      13

      A Jam For All Seasons

      Behold! New Lebanon

      Behold Station & General Store, 438 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      What do you do when all your fruit ripens at one time? Make jam! In this workshop, chef extraordinaire Deborah Gordon will show you how to turn your seasonal produce into a delicious treat to enjoy for months after harvesting. $18pp. Children under 12 free. 3:30pm.

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    5. Aug

      13

      Adonijah Bidwell’s 300th Birthday Bash

      Bidwell House Museum, The

      100 Art School Road, Monterey MA 01245

      Live music, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, silent and live auction. Fundraising party celebrating the Reverend in his gardens. A benefit for the historic 1750s Bidwell House Museum. 4pm – 7pm. 

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    6. Aug

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      An Unlikely Muse

      Norfolk Chamber Music Festival – Yale School of Music

      Music Shed, 20 Litchfield Road, Norfolk CT 06058

      After declaring in 1890 that he was finished with composing, Brahms was inspired the following year with a “surge of fresh creative power” upon hearing clarinetist Richard Mühlfeld. He then wrote his last nine works including the Clarinet Trio, Clarinet Quintet, and the two Clarinet Sonatas – four touchstones of his chamber music. Actor Jack Gilpin, David Shifrin, and André Watts will be joined by cellist Mihai Marica and the Argus Quartet in this special staged presentation by Harry Clark. 8pm.

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    7. Aug

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      And No more Shall We Part

      Williamstown Theatre Festival

      1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA 01267

      When Pam becomes terminally ill, she and her husband Don must face the most difficult decision yet in their long and loving marriage. With passion, fear, strength and even humor, they grapple with how, and if, to say goodbye. Nikos Stage. 3:30pm & 8pm.

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    8. Aug

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      Beauty and The Beast

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      A spell is cast on a conceited, immature prince and his castle, turning the strikingly handsome young man into a hideous, cruel creature: The Beast. Belle, a bright and beautiful bookworm, has always felt out of place and aches for adventure. A classic fairy-tale about a monstrous prince and a young woman who fall in love. Colonial Theatre. 2pm & 7pm.

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    9. Aug

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      Boston University Tanglewood Institute: Young Artists Orchestra

      Tanglewood

      297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Boston University Tanglewood Institute: Young Artists Orchestra with Ken-David Masur, conductor. At Seiji Ozawa Hall. 2:30pm.

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    10. Aug

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      Broadway Bounty Hunter

      Barrington Stage Company

      30 Union Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      This exciting new musical is inspired by the Blaxploitation movies of the 1970’s (think Shaft), and follows 60-year-old unemployed actor Annie as she’s asked to become a bounty hunter and capture a South American drug lord. With a score rich with R&B and Funk (and a splash of 80’s Rock ‘n’ Roll), the musical follows a woman of a certain age as she tries to find the inner-strength she needs to save theater itself and realize her true badass identity. Pure unadulterated fun! St. Germain Stage. 7:30pm.

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    11. Aug

      13

      Capitol Steps at Cranwell

      Capitol Steps

      55 Lee Road, Lenox MA 01240

      The outrageously funny Capitol Steps bring their political satire and song parodies fueled by the upcoming elections. 8pm.

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    12. Aug

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      Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires

      MASS MoCA

      87 Marshall Street, North Adams MA 01247

      Not since James Brown has the world seen the likes of Charles Bradley, an old school revivalist who leaves every ounce of what he’s got on stage. Advance $25; Day of $33; Preferred $45. 8am-10pm.

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    13. Aug

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      Constellations

      Berkshire Theatre Group

      111 South Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Have you ever wondered if one simple interaction could change your life’s trajectory? This heartfelt and poignant two-character drama follows Marianne, a quirky quantum physicist, played by Kate Baldwin, and Roland, a beekeeper, played by Graham Rowat. Their first encounter is seemingly ordinary—crossing paths at a mutual friend’s barbeque. Exploring the endless possibilities of their budding romance, the characters create their own multi-verse to see how their relationship would play out if they had chosen fate over chance. Unicorn Theatre. 2pm &  8pm.

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    14. Aug

      13

      Corkscrew Choo! Choo!

      Behold! New Lebanon

      Behold Station & General Store, 438 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      Take a leisurely stroll along the Wyomanoc Creek following the footprint of the once famed Rutland Railroad with Joe Ogilvie, President of the Corkscrew Rail Trail Association. Learn about this important rail line and the plans to develop a trail from New Lebanon to Stephentown. Outdoor. All ages welcome. $18pp. Children under 12 free. 9am.

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    15. Aug

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      Cry “Havoc!”

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      In an inspiring 75 minutes, Stephan Wolfert recounts his own experience pre- and post-military service. Through the lines of Shakespeare’s most famous speeches and his own personal insights, Wolfert explores our societal neurosis of war. The military recruits citizens and trains them to kill, but what does the “de-cruit” process look like? How do we re-learn to live together? Each performance is followed by an engaging discussion between actor, audience, and veterans that dares to explore these questions. Elayne Bernstein Theatre, 8:30 pm.

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    16. Aug

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      Dorrance Dance

      Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

      358 George Carter Road, Becket MA 01223

      Michelle Dorrance returns with collaborator, musician, and fellow STOMP cast member Nicholas Van Young and Dorrance Dance, her company of virtuosic tap dance artists and musicians. They present ETM: Double Down featuring breathtaking solos, duets, and ensemble choreography, ETM: Double Down incorporates live music and Young’s award-winning electronic tap dance instruments in a surprising, innovative evening of dance and music. Ted Shawn Theatre. 2pm &  8pm.

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    17. Aug

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      Downtown Pittsfield Farmers Market

      Downtown Pittsfield Farmers Market

      The Common, First Street, Pittsfield MA 01201

      Join us for fresh, local and seasonal fruits and vegetables, pasture-raised meats, eggs, cheese, breads, baked goods, coffee, wine, artisan goods, and more. Live music, chef demos, workshops and children’s activities make for a fun day for all! SNAP proudly accepted. 9am – 1pm.

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    18. Aug

      13

      Elm Tree Mill Tour

      Behold! New Lebanon

      Behold Station & General Store, 438 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      When President Theodore Roosevelt lived in the White House, he insisted that his pancakes be prepared only from Elm Tree Mill buckwheat. A tour conducted by the family who now lives in the mill offers an unprecedented opportunity to look inside and back to the 18th century. $18pp. Children under 12 free. 4pm.

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    19. Aug

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      Going Once! Going Twice!: Auctioneering 101

      Behold! New Lebanon

      Behold Station & General Store, 438 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      Dolores Meissner, New Lebanons veteran auctioneer, talks about her personal journey, how she learned the auction business, and the rise of her fabled auction house. Along the way, she explains how it all works and how to get a bargain at an auction. You will be invited to preview items up for the upcoming auction that night. All ages welcome. $18pp. Children under 12 free. 1pm.

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    20. Aug

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      Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh

      Theater Barn, The

      654 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      A zany cast of characters are woven into this merry musical about the lives of Barry Bockman and his beloved, Sarah Jackman. The show highlights the satirical song parodies for which Allan Sherman was most famous, including the Grammy Award winning song “Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh!” and his eight albums. 4pm & 8pm.

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    21. Aug

      13

      Herb Walk at The Abode

      Behold! New Lebanon

      Behold Station & General Store, 438 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      Regina has been the keeper of the glorious Abode gardens for 16 years and Cari an herbalist for at least as long. They will assist you in tuning in to the herbs in a respectful manner and discovering how the Shakers and Native Americans used them both nutritionally and medicinally. $18pp. Children under 12 free. 9am.

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    22. Aug

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      Hops Makes The Beer

      Behold! New Lebanon

      Behold Station & General Store, 438 Route 20, New Lebanon NY 12125

      Tour Artist/Writer Alex Olchowski’s Spring Hill Hops, the only commercial scale hops farm in Columbia County. Learn how the hops are grown and how they’re used. Encounter wildlife as you walk through the hops yard and learn how the ecosystem of the field has been transformed. $18pp. Children under 12 free. 9:30am.

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    23. Aug

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      I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change + Patio Cabaret

      Sharon Playhouse

      49 Amenia Road, Sharon CT 06069

      The celebration of the relationship takes center stage in the hilarious revue paying tribute to those who have loved, lost, and dared to ask “Say, what are you doing Saturday night?” 4 characters play a multitude of roles as the truths and myths of love are exposed. Stage 2. 8pm. 

      Swing by our beautiful covered lounge after the show, grab a drink, and take in a Patio Cabaret! Featuring incredible Sharon Playhouse cast members and some surprise special guests. No cover charge.

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    24. Aug

      13

      John Williams’ Film Night

      Tanglewood

      297 West Street, Lenox MA 01240

      John Williams’ Film Night has long been established as one of the Tanglewood calendar’s most consistently appreciated evenings. Join Mr. Williams as he presents this year’s celebration of the music of Hollywood, and beyond, featuring the Boston Pops and special guests. In the Shed. 8pm. 

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      Karen Oberlin

      Egremont Village Inn, The

      17 Main Street, South Egremont MA 01258

      In one of her numerous raves in The New York Times, Stephen Holden said, “Beyond having a pretty voice, poise and interpretive insight… Ms. Oberlin has impeccable classic pop style (and) musical intelligence.” New York Observer’s Rex Reed called her performance, “Thrilling…Oberlin is as lovely to look at as she is to hear – subtle, elegant and musically spot on. She’s a keeper!” Tickets: $25.  7pm & 9pm.

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    26. Aug

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      Live Entertainment: Rob Kelly & JoAnne Redding

      Gateways Inn & Restaurant

      51 Walker Street, Lenox MA 01240

      Relax and enjoy live entertainment in our newly remodeled Lounge. $15 minimum per person. No reservations required. 7:30pm – 10:30pm.

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    27. Aug

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      Or,

      Shakespeare & Company

      70 Kemble Street, Lenox MA 01240

      The bawdy 1660s look a lot like the modern day in this playful comedy about one chaotic night in the life of the poet, spy, and first female playwright Aphra Behn. Determined to leave the spy trade behind and launch her new career, Ms. Behn must deliver a play by morning, a task complicated by an array of amorous distractions and scandalous revelations. Can she resist the charms of an infatuated actress, save the king, win a pardon, and write her masterpiece, all in one night? Tina Packer Playhouse, 7:30pm.

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    28. Aug

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      Paint: The Dome of Pittsfield High School

      Berkshire Paint and Sip

      Berkshire County MA 00000

      Dome of Pittsfield HighPaint a canvas, sip a beverage & socialize with friends. Benefits the Jim Anderson Scholarship. Paint  the The Dome of Pittsfield High School on a 16 x 20 canvas with all painting materials, instruction light snack and donation included. BYOB. $35pp. 1pm – 3pm.

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