• I Hate Shakespeare!

    I Hate Shakespeare!

    We hate Shakespeare! At least that’s what the audience thinks until they get a rip-roaring rundown of Shakespeare’s classics. With zombies, talking cows, and an appearance by Jerry Springer, I Hate Shakespeare! is a hilarious and fast-paced introduction to Shakespeare — with a modern twist. Plus, someone gets a pie in the face. Produced by

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  • Open Mic Series at the Spectrum!

    Open Mic Series at the Spectrum!

    Hosted by Berkshire musician, Robin O’Herin Stop hibernating! Lose your Winter Blues! Come out and share your original and cover songs, in a beautiful theater. Meet other musicians. Get stage experience. All ages and abilities are welcome. Sign up starts at 6:30pm. Open mic starts at 7pm. Join this 3-part series for a great way

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  • Third Friday Comedy Improv Nights with RBIT

    Third Friday Comedy Improv Nights with RBIT

      Every Third Friday the Royal Berkshire Improv Troupe (RBIT) performs an Improv Comedy Night at the Spectrum Playhouse in Lee, MA. If you liked the TV show ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway’, you’ll love this event! “RBIT has been entertaining crowds in the Berkshires for the last ten years” says Frank La Frazia, RBIT

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  • First Saturday at the Spectrum Series Offers Family Friendly Activities

    First Saturday at the Spectrum Series Offers Family Friendly Activities

    The Spectrum Playhouse in collaboration with NBT Bank, is delighted to announce the ‘First Saturday at the Spectrum’ Series- a series of family-friendly events occurring on the first Saturday of each month throughout the year. Join us for fun family entertainment all year long! Saturday, November 3 – Roger the Jester Saturday, December 1 –

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Frame – American Folk with a Bi-Coastal Spin!

Thursday, May 23, 2013 from 7:30PM to 9:30PM Boston Symphony fiddler Bonnie Bewick and her brother, guitarist and songsmith Ken Bewick have combined their talents to share a heart warming blend of sounds and songs. Come celebrate their new CD release, “Consider the Source” and hear this fantastic duo.  Surprise BSO guests just MAY be

Exhibit: Shifting Perceptions – The Art of Autism

An exhibition of internationally recognized artists on the Autism Spectrum Please join us for Shifting Perspectives: The Art of Autism experience at the Good Purpose Gallery in Lee, Mass. The show begins on Friday, April 5th with an Opening Reception on Friday April 12th at 5PM. The exhibit runs until May 27, 2013. This Art

Exhibit: The Way I See It

The Good Purpose Gallery invites you… Yom Tov and Elinor Bracha Blumenthal With vivid color and brilliant skill, Yom Tov Blumenthal penetrates imagination. His large acrylic paintings are both illustrative and surreal. Yom Tov is on the “autism spectrum” and lives, paints, and owns an art gallery in Israel. He is also the author and illustrator

Rhythm Dialogues – Blues & Tap with Robin O’Herin & Stefanie Weber

Sunday, Feb 17 @ 1pm – Join these two Berkshire-native artists as they explore the roots of and connections between American Blues Music & Jazz Tap Dance in an interactive workshop filled with exciting music and dance. The Blues derive predominantly from African song structure, call and response, field hollers, spirituals and rhythmic dance and

A monthly series of established poets and writers reading from their works January 25, 2013 – Writers Read presents  Jonathan Baumbach & Cynthia Read Gardner Jonathan Baumbach is the author of sixteen books, including most recently, “Dreams of Molly” and “YOU or The Invention of Memory.” His short stories have been widely anthologized including Best

2nd Annual Berkshire Shorts Film Festival to Showcase Local & Independent Films

The first Berkshire Shorts Film Festival in October 2012 was a smashing success! We had over 100 people in attendance, and the response to the films was outstanding. So we’ve decided to hold another one on Friday, February 22, 2013 during Lee’s Cabin Fever Festival. In case you weren’t aware: The Berkshire Shorts Film Festival is a

photography from different points of view exhibit: Jan 12 – Feb 12 artist reception Saturday Jan 19, 5-7 photographers: Paul Solovay Charles Steinhacker Charlie Jacobs Dominick Avellino Chris Ray on the floor – sculpture by Joe Katz A very exciting collection of Berkshire photographers dripping with talent and very different perspectives as well as subject

Friday, December 14, 2012 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm A fundraising event showcasing a wide-variety of talents from adolescents on the autism spectrum and with other learning differences. A good cause that is fun for the whole family! Main Stage 20 Franklin St Lee MA, 01238