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Light bathes the stage at the opening of director Melia Benussen’s buoyant revival of Eugene O’Neill’s 1933 comedy “Ah, Wilderness!” at Hartford Stage.
One by one, the members of Bensussen’s ethnically diverse cast (that includes Black and Latina actors in a play that's historically been cast as a white/Irish family) make their way onto the stairs, landings, floors of James Noone’s airy, evocative setting.
PITTSFIELD – On Sunday, members of VFW Post 448 will provide a small rifle squad and bugle detail to perform a brief ceremony for residents at…
LENOX — Tanglewood will roar back to life this Fourth of July, hosting the annual Boston Pops spectacular, which typically is held on the Espl…
LENOX — For the second consecutive summer, there will be no James Taylor concert at Tanglewood.
PITTSFIELD — An optimistic Pittsfield Fourth of July Parade Committee is planning for thousands of people to cheer on the downtown celebration…
Bagpipers bring music to the parade.
Parade attendees show up in red, white and blue.
"Jurassic Park"-themed float is a favorite among parade attendees.
Families participate in activities before and after the parade.