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Tony Simotes joins Berkshire Theatre Group as Managing Director "to continue the work I started here"

Simotes to become Managing Director of Berkshire Theatre Group
by Larry Murray

In news that is as surprising as welcome, Tony Simotes has decided to stay in the Berkshires and apply his numerous talents to the growth of the Berkshire Theatre Group (BTG). 1,240 more words


EDITORIAL: Three resign Board leadership in continuing drama at Shakespeare & Company

Opinion and Analysis
by Larry Murray

An earlier article covers the news of Rick Dildine’s departure from Shakespeare & Company.


UPDATE MARCH 12, 2015: More changes. 1,937 more words


Review: Equivocation handles every version of the truth

What if the truth was that there’s more than one version of it?

It’s 1605 and a well-known local playwright named Williams Shagspeare (Christian Goutsis) gets summoned by Robert Cecil (Joel Cochrane), the right hand man to King James of Scotland, where he receives the news that Cecil has the subject of his next drama for him. 578 more words


Paris: Falling in love at a tea party

I can’t remember a time before studying abroad that I ever thought I would travel the world. In our ordinary lives, there are places we never imagined actually being able to visit. 4,319 more words


weekend in paris, pt ii: père lachaise

I love the power of the written word. Just on a personal level, books have changed my life, changed my mind, and kept me company. 974 more words


Out of My Southern Comfort Zone

“Not till we are lost do we begin to find ourselves.” – Thoreau

However hard I might try, there is no assortment of english words that could clearly depict the Parisian way of life.

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Ten indelible moments of theatre magic in the Berkshires in 2015

Ten moments that made my year
by Larry Murray and Gail Burns

End of the year, time to reminisce. Gail Burns and I considered the state of health and energy of theatre in this… 1,190 more words