After three decades, Joseph C. Thompson feels ready to let go (sort of).
Climate change is taking a toll on woodlands in the Northeast.
From the Berkshires to the Rockies, the vibrant colors of fall are popping, and nothing, not even a pandemic, can stop them. Six writers in six states reveal their favorite drives and hikes.
As the artist shot his cinematically constructed images in the Berkshires, he was afflicted by mysterious maladies. “I felt my body betrayed me,” he said.
Only 50 audience members apiece will be allowed to attend tent performances of “Godspell” and “Harry Clarke” in the Berkshires.
The Berkshire Theater Group put on the first professional musical in the U.S. since the pandemic lockdown, and it’s a revival in every sense.
The usually tourist-packed Berkshires confronts a season without the music festival that anchors its summers.
Theaters in the Berkshires are planning live shows, “Godspell” and “Harry Clarke,” with limited audiences and virus-related protocols in place. One will be indoors, and one outdoors.
The playwright and performance artist is working on two new productions from the Berkshires, and is enjoying virtual cocktail hours.