Posts Tagged ‘Ghent Playhouse’

Lettice and Lovage — See It in the Berkshires in March

March 7th, 2013 by philhalpern

Enlarge! Enliven! Enlighten!  As docent at Fustian Hall, “the dullest house in England,” Lettice Duffet employs the “3 E’s” to give visitors the memorable tour they deserve.  But when fiction and fact collide, heads will roll! This uproarious play was written by Peter Shaffer, with Dame Maggie Smith originally playing the title role.  You can […]

Berkshires B&B Recommends This Comedy, Jan. 29th Weekend

January 25th, 2010 by philhalpern

At Brook Farm Inn, Lenox MA, we recommend this wonderful theater experience to put a smile on your face this weekend.  There’s no need to ask, “Wherefore art thou?” if you’re looking for hilarity.  Everything, yes, everything the Bard wrote is slammed by a mighty wind; nothing can avoid the slings and arrows! The first production […]

Winter Theater in the Berkshires

January 17th, 2009 by philhalpern

The Berkshires is a destination for every season.  In winter, not only can you enjoy wonderful outdoors recreation, but the arts are alive and well!  Next weekend there are two live theater performances that we at Brook Farm Inn (Lenox, Massachusetts) can recommend.  First, at Shakespeare & Co. is “Bad Dates,” which we’ve seen and […]