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’.
More than 200 students will strut their stuff on May 2 as they flash back to the musicals they put on stage this year including Pippin, Grease, Oliver, Guys and Dolls, Cats, and Dames at Sea.
The Berkshire’s own special journey back to Victorian England. The classic holiday story is filled with terrific turns and infused with holiday music.
In its fourth year at the Colonial, Mary Verdi and her merrymakers have planned an all-star lineup of music, dance and festivity to put you in the holiday spirit.