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“Animals Panic”: Hope Lyon-Edwards, Autumn Lynch, Jane Wood, Meadow Reeve, Dutch Dekker, Odhron King. Photo by Janna Siller

Children's tales from around the world

A musical quartet featuring a donkey, a dog, a cat and a rooster whose screechy repertoire is so discordant, they startle a team of human bandits into abandoning their loot; a deer mouse so cunning she drives out a conquering army of tigers by convincing them the long, sharp quill of a porcupine is the intimidating whisker of her raja; a flock o

Opera singer John Viscardi Courtesy of Close Encounters With Music

A little winter night music

Close Encounters With Music invites its audience to embrace the magic and mysticism of December’s darkness with a thematic concert titled “Nocturne — Night and Dreams,” held at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington, Mass., on Sunday, Dec. 3, at 4 p.m.

Kathy Plesser, at left in the foreground, and Amy Singer peruse books on Ruth Orkin’s work, sold at the gallery for Oblong Books. In the background, from left, Mary Engel,  Lisa Aiba, Richard Block and Steve Aresty are deep in their respective conversations. Photo by Deborah Maier

Orkin & Engel at Mad Rose

A crowd of about 70 aficionados gathered at The Moviehouse in Millerton on Saturday, Nov. 18, for a screening marking the start of the new Orkin/Engel exhibit at Mad Rose Gallery.  

Pen to paper

A small group gathered to hear Laurie Lisle speak in the great hall of the Norfolk Library on Thursday, Nov. 16. 

Addressing the audience in front of the library’s grand stone fireplace, library director Ann Havemeyer introduced Lisle and welcomed her to the podium. 

Jon Suters, Dinuk Wijeratne, and Nick Halley. Photo by Jennifer Almquist

Home is where the heart is

Every seat in the Great Hall of the Norfolk Library was full. The audience ranged from toddlers held in their parents’ arms to gray-haired couples eagerly waiting to experience the music of the Dinuk Wijeratne Trio.

Representing Sharon Playhouse at the Berkshire Theatre Critics Awards Monday, Nov. 13, at Zion Lutheran Church in Pittsfield, Mass., were, from left, Carl Andress, artistic director; Rod Christensen, managing director; Emily Soell, board president; and Michael Kevin Baldwin, associate artistic director and director of education. Photo by Emily Edelman

Sharon Playhouse brings home Berkie

‘The world is in such a tumultuous place right now, and I feel that it is so paramount for us to continue to tell the stories that both reflect on the world and also represent a bit of respite,” said Allyn Burrows, artistic director of Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, Mass., as he accepted the award for Outstanding Production of a Play on beh


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