There’s a lot happening this fall in Pittsfield, much of it at the glorious Colonial Theatre.
The musical “A Little Night Music”- at the Colonial in Pittsfield – is more than an evening of theatre, it is a study of action versus inaction, man versus woman, and dignity versus folly.
For 50 years, Peter Schickele has unearthed P.D.Q. Bach scores, each one more jaw-dropping than the last, building a legacy which will someday seal the doom of Musical Culture.
A Stephen Sondheim classic graces the stage of the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield with luscious music, elegance, and of course, summer love.
Richard Chamberlain, long a fixture at the Berkshire Theatre Festival, returns to the Berkshires for a benefit and a new musical reading.
A major fundraising effort to follow, building the new endowment and expanding educational components of the BTG.
The weekend of May 16-19 Amanda McBroom kicks off the season at Mr. Finn’s Cabaret in Pittsfield, there’s Beethoven and up in Bennington, the Oldcastle Theatre offers neighbors behaving badly during their children’s ‘Play Date’.