Posts Tagged ‘Shakespeare & Co.’

Memorial Day Weekend in the Berkshires

May 21st, 2009 by philhalpern

The weather is great, and the hours we’ve spent gardening  at Brook Farm Inn, in Lenox Massachusetts, are paying off!  So everything looks green — just the right weather for hiking, or relaxing among our flowers and trees.  Also, here are some suggestions for theater performances this weekend, to keep you busy every evening. Berkshire […]

Shakespeare & Co., in Lenox, announces '09 season

March 4th, 2009 by philhalpern

Shakespeare & Co.,  in Lenox, right around the corner from Brook Farm Inn, has announced its program for the ’09 season.  Wow! It will be the longest season ever — May 27 through March 14, 2010.  There are two theaters on the Shakespeare campus, plus the outdoor theater, and the program has something for everyone. […]

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 […]

"The Canterville Ghost" Arrives Next Week in the Berkshires

September 12th, 2008 by philhalpern

Shakespeare & Co. is presenting “The Canterville Ghost” from Sept. 19th through November 9th.  Adapted from the story by Oscar Wilde, it sounds like the perfect play for the autumn season.  Featured is Michael Hammond as Sir Simon the Spellbinder.  Hammond received rave reviews for his recent portrayal of Iago.  We have our tickets, and will encourage […]

Hear The Declaration of Independence on July 4th!

June 26th, 2008 by philhalpern

Right around the corner from Brook Farm Inn, in Lenox Massachusetts, Shakespeare & Co. will have the annual reading of the Declaration of Independence  on July 4th at 3 PM.This is always an inspiring and powerful event…you can hear the words echo through the centuries, and they are still true.  Admission is free, but you […]