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Summer Play: Revels and Revelations

August 18th, 2010 by philhalpern

Ventfort Hall Mansion and The Gilded Age Museum Written and Directed by Juliane Hiam Starring Andi Bohs Produced by Ventfort Hall in cooperation with Shakespeare & Company The extraordinary life of Belle da Costa Greene, perhaps the most influential woman of the Gilded Age that you’ve never heard of!   A story of books, art, […]

The Taster takes the stage!

August 5th, 2010 by philhalpern

Founding Artistic Director Tina Packer directs the world premiere of acclaimed Berkshire’s playwright Joan Ackermann’s mystical and magical tale of love, loyalty and desire. The Taster features Founding Company member and OBIE-award winning actor Rocco Sisto and renowned opera singer Maureen O’Flynn in this transformative tale that flows through memory and across time. The play […]

Return to the Gilded Age in Lenox

April 27th, 2008 by philhalpern

Here in Lenox, Massachusetts, one of the local treasures is Ventfort Hall, an 1893 Gilded Age “cottage,” built by the sister of J.P. Morgan. You can take tours, and also enjoy historic exhibits and events there. During the month of May, there are a number of events, and it’s within walking distance of the Brook […]

There is poetry here…especially for National Poetry Month

April 25th, 2008 by philhalpern

Lenox Massachusetts: To follow up on yesterday’s blog comments about National Poetry Month, we’d like to quote a poem that was written about Brook Farm Inn by an appreciative guest of our bed and breakfast. It says more about the inn, and our Berkshires ambiance, than we could ever say. BROOK FARM There is poetry […]

We're the Blog of the Week!

April 23rd, 2008 by philhalpern

Lenox Massachusetts: Brook Farm Inn’s blog has been named Blog of the Week on www.iloveinns.com. This is a great website directory of bed and breakfasts, and it makes us pretty proud. We enjoy sharing information about what’s happening here in the Berkshires, and it’s nice to know that our blog is considered “creative and informative.” […]

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