The glorious love affair of the world’s most famous lovers is set amongst fast-paced and terrifyingly realistic fight scenes and the natural beauty of the Berkshires., A rare treat to be found only in the Berkshires.
Pythagoros offers the quintessential Berkshire summer experience with two one acts plays done in a natural setting with natural light.
Alan Turing may have broken the German’s Enigma code and thereby helped win WWII, but his nation condemned him as a gay man and drove him to take his own life.
A witty and wonderful hit, thanks to excellent performances by all six actors in this piece.
Even at 600 pounds, Charlie is a really likeable guy, and this unusual play lets us get to know him.
Living alone in a filthy trailer in Paonia, Colorado, a dying Ulysses and ex-wife Emma struggle to solve the mystery that has separated them for 20 years. Powerful stuff.
Relationships between grandmothers and their grown grandchildren are always interesting, especially after one has just completed a cross-country bicycle trip that has changed his life.
A refreshing play about normal married couples, it’s nice not to have to sit through other people’s angst.
A two-hour orgy of down-to-earth humor and outright fun. Opening with Romeo and Juliet and closing with Hamlet the trio takes us on a merry chase through the classics, poking fun as they go..
Burns and Cane review one of Shakespeare’s epic stories, told simply and with great emphasis on the language and history.
An interesting play about reparative therapy for gays that should have began where it ended, with the gay teen convinced he has been spoken to by God, and the therapist questioning whether the therapy does more harm than good.
Filled with insights and history, The Other Mozart is an extraordinary one-woman show about a great musician whose work – sadly – was not considered worth saving.