The Lenox company will continue its performance, training and education programs, ” as it has done for nearly four decades,” says the new Board Chairman and Treasurer, Kenneth E. Werner.
From April 10 to 26 you can see truly original theatre . Set in a small provincial church without parishioners and using masks, music and imagination a tale of obsolescence unfolds…
On April 11, G1raud Foster’s Bellefontaine will once again be the topic at a tea at Ventfort Hall with Jane Foster of Palm Beach recounting details and Richard S. Jackson Jr., co-author of Houses of the Berkshires presiding.
A play that looks at how people communicate in order to express themselves in love and sometimes we are just speaking different languages…
The story of Stonewall has been told in documentaries, but this film brings drama in the story of Danny (Jeremy Irvine) who is kicked out of his home and flees to New York City.
With theaters in Stockbridge and Pittsfield, the Berkshire Theatre Group has some of the summer’s most diverse offerings in the region. Herewith, the combined schedules for the Fitzpatrick, Unicorn and Colonial Theaters in one place.
Tony Simotes was hired to be Artistic Director and President, but changes at Shakespeare & Company essentially demoted him and removed his connection to the Board of Trustees.
Simotes begins his new job as Managing Director of Berkshire Theatre Group next week, with a summer theatre season to follow in May.