|North Adams Happenings: Dec. 5-10|
MCLA will hold its fine and performing arts Winter Concert at the Church Street Center on Monday, Dec. 9.
|Williamstown Theatre Festival Names New Artistic Director|
"Mandy has the experience, leadership ability, taste, and vision to help us write the next chapter for our theater." — Matt Harris
|Mass MoCA Winter-Spring Season Starts Saturday|
"This season we have a lot of education programs, you'll be seeing a lot of schoolchildren coming through." — Laura Thompson
|Q&A: Teachers Bring 'A Christmas Carol' to Life|
"I enjoy the reading because I have always loved each of the characters in the story, and I get to be them for about an hour." — Jeffrey Welch
|'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire': Surviving the Sequel|
"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" occurs in a time and place like ours, only more so.
|Are We There Yet?: Sunday Holiday Celebrations|
With Thanksgiving, Black Friday and sloppy weather, Sunday is your savior this weekend.
|North Adams Happenings: Nov. 27-Dec. 3|
Dance off those Thanksgiving calories with an 80s dance party at the Greylock Club!
|Are We There Yet?: Hungry, Hungry Weekend|
This weekend is full of food-inspired events and trains.
|Barrington Stage Adds Two Education Directors|
Barrington Stage Company added Corinne Miller as the company's new director of education and Kim Stauffer as director of the Playwright Mentoring Project.
|MCLA Adds New Gallery 51 Manager|
Local artist Julia Morgan-Leamon joined Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts' Gallery 51 as the new manager.
|Adams to Hold Holiday Village Exhibit Reception, Tree Lighting Ceremony|
The Adams Town Hall Gallery is pleased to announce its Holiday Village exhibit. The exhibit will run from November 29th to the end of the year.
|MCLA Presents Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night'|
"The chorus plays a key role in this production. They aren't just a nameless group, but rather developed characters of Olivia's household." — Laura Standley
|Pittsfield To Launch Citywide Celebration of Industry|
"I think that is a very strong thread in Pittsfield's history and one that should be recognized and celebrated." — Megan Whilden
|Cultural Pittsfield: Nov. 15-21|
This week's listings of events in Pittsfield.