What to do in the Berkshires
at the movies
Based on a true story, the R-rated "Pain & Gain," opening Friday at Berkshire Mall Cinema 10 in Lanesborough, stars Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson and Anthony Mackie as a trio of bodybuilders who engineer a kidnapping that eventually involves extortion, torture and murder.
Ed Harris, Tony Shalhoub and Rob Corddry also are featured in the cast.
Broolyn-based indie rock band The Lisps will present a stripped-down (but still boisterous) performance of 17 songs from their "Futurity" album on Saturday at Mass Moca's B-10 Club in North Adams.
"Futurity" tells the story of one Julian Munro, a Union soldier who aspires to be an inventor.
See Eagle pop critic Jeremy Goodwin's interview today on D6 in Berkshires Week.
The Stockbridge Art Lab, a series of "pop-up" galleries exhibiting the work of IS183's faculty artists, opens Friday, May 3, to run to June 3.
This wide-ranging, interactive community spectacle will be free and open to the public, with an opening at Hall's Garage on May 3 from 5 to 6 p.m., and ‘galleries' open for viewing from 6 to 8 p.m. rain or shine.