Ten Indelible Moments of Theater Magic in the Berkshires in 2014 [Berkshire on Stage]
By Larry Murray and Gail M. Burns
End of the year, time to reminisce. Gail Burns and I considered the state of health and energy of theater in this earlier article.
But the beginning of a new year is always a good time to look inward, too.
One of the reasons many of us love theater so much is the impact it can have on our minds and emotions. I love theater because it lets us see and consider things we don’t usually have a lot of time to think about in our daily life. Like the provocative scene below, one of ten memorable moments I had going to theater – lots of theater – this past year.
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J Hunter’s Best Jazz Albums, Part II
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J Hunter’s Best Jazz Albums, Part I
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