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GREAT BARRINGTON — Comedian Paula Poundstone was not scholastically inclined during her teenage years, but her recent career moves suggest she's trying to make amends for her youth's indiscretion.Her latest endeavor is a weekly NPR comedy … more
ALBANY, N.Y. — Jenny Strassburg is an actress who is not ready to fall into a niche. Her resume is filled with examples of her portraying strong, female characters. However, this week she … more
NORTH ADAMS — "The Bitter Game" isn't a one-on-one contest, but Keith A. Wallace's solo show examining police brutality aims to match that proximity when the actor speaks to the audience, which … more
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — The production of the musical "The Color Purple" launches a national tour after opening at Proctors Theatre's MainStage Wednesday. The opening follows four preview … more
A digest of what's playing at area theaters in and around the Berkshires, based upon reviews by Berkshire Eagle theater critic Jeffrey Borak. Capsules include publication date of review, closing date of production, performance schedule and … more
CHESTER — Chester Theatre Company's producing artistic director Daniel Elihu Kramer wants the theater to take audiences where they've never been. If Kramer learned anything from 2016, his first season at the helm of the theater company in the … more
LENOX — Shakespeare & Company is presenting Yasmina Reza's Tony- and Olivier Award-winning comedy, "God of Carnage," translated by Christopher Hampton, beginning Sept. 14 in the Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre, where it is scheduled to run … more
LENOX — Women rule in more ways than one in WAM Theatre's fitful production of Kate Hennig's lumbering, labored drama, "The Last Wife," which opened over the weekend at Shakespeare & … more
CHESTER — The setting for Tom Wells' "Folk" — which is having its American premiere in a low-key, well-tempered production at Chester Theatre Company — is a snug parish house in the Yorkshire seaside village of Withernsea that is … more
LENOX — There is a kind of comfort-food-with-class feeling about "The Wharton Comedies" at Shakespeare & Company's Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre and I mean that in the very best sense.Dennis Krausnick's artful Edith Wharton adaptations were … more
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