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Shakespeare & Company: Play 'Sotto Voice' gives 'voice to the voiceless'

Actress Annette Miller tells the story of ill-fated S.S. St. Louis through the memories of reclusive 80-year-old writer
LENOX, MASS. — Actress Annette Miller is drawn to playing women with loud, strong voices — Golda Meier, Maria Callas, Diana Vreeland, Martha Mitchell; the fictitious Ruth Steiner, a renowned short story writer, in Donald Margulies' "Collected Stories. Full Story
The Cottager | Chesterwood: Studio, cottage illustrate Daniel Chester French was decisive man
STOCKBRIDGE, MASS. — Upon learning of the death of acclaimed sculptor Daniel Chester French, President Herbert Hoover expressed his condolences to the artist's wife in a letter that recognized both his skill and the artistic importance of his sculptures, both in the United States and abroad.

Photo Gallery | The Cottager | Chesterwood Full Story

Bennington College colleagues to present third concert in Beethoven series
NORTH BENNINGTON, VT. — From colleagues to performers, Yoshiko Sato and Christopher Lewis will offer their third concert of Ludwig van Beethoven's piano sonatas at the Park McCullough's Carriage Barn on Saturday. Full Story

Outside Gallery: Yoko Naito's photographs capture Coney Island in winter
NORTH ADAMS, MASS. — Photographer Yoko Naito currently moves between New York City and Berlin, but her quiet photos don't immediately reflect that life until you understand her view of the world and how she came to it. Full Story

Take Five | 5 questions for Annie Golden
Annie Golden: Annie Golden made her Broadway debut in a 1977 revival of "Hair! Full Story