Running June 22 - July 2nd, our third annual auction welcomes you with a fabulous selection of garden-themed treasures!
Events in the Berkshires
In the Berkshires, there is always something to do! Find an event now.
In this thought-provoking story, a woman is tasked with representing a black teenager accused of murder. In her attempt to solve the case, she switches from one dialect to another, or code-switches. Eventually, she is force to face her own devastating truths about marriage, race, and the woman she has chosen to be.
The history-making sensation returns to the Mac-Haydn stage! Winner of 9 Tony Awards and the Pulitzer Prize for drama, A Chorus Line explored the realities of life as a professional theater dancer in an entirely new way, redefining the parameters of musical theater forever.
A dynamic exhibition of kinetic sculptures and art by George Rickey opens this April partnering with the George Rickey Foundation and the George Rickey estate.
As part of the 2022 summer season of Great Barrington Public Theater (GBPT), patrons are invited to enjoy works created by 7 women artists residing in (and near) the Berkshires. Curated by GBPT’s Associate Artist, Elizabeth Nelson, PERSIST explores themes of erosion, trauma, reimagination, investigation, beauty, and violence.
Including outdoor sculptures in the gardens and indoor artwork in the Leonhardt Galleries, “Symbiosis” aesthetically merges art and the botanical world.
Rodin in the United States: Confronting the Modern considers the artist’s legacy in America from 1893 to the present. While there has been much consideration of Auguste Rodin’s (1840–1917) reputation in […]
The third installment of the Berkshire Museum’s juried art exhibition, Art of the Hills: Visual Evidence, opens Saturday, June 4.