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Draw The Line

Draw the Line 041914 aerosmith pictureGuestPresentersLogoRGB-smallThe Endorsed Aerosmith Tribute Show

at The Colonial
Saturday, April 19th, 2014
Pre-Show Event: 7:15PM
Performance: 8:30PM
Tickets: $22.00  

Presented by: The Berkshire Radio Group (WBEC, WUPE, WNAW, WSBS, Live 95.9). Sponsored by The Pittsfield Cooperative Bank

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Authentically raised in Boston, MA, Draw The Line has been cultivated from the very roots that inspired & drive Aerosmith to this day. A powerful transformation of character far beyond just a tribute group, this remarkable show will give you goose bumps with the memories of the 70's, bringing you the feel of the 80's and with all the exuberance of the 90's. Adding in its great audience interaction, it is a definitive crowd pleaser for all age groups. The true distinction in this show is the Steven Tyler doppelganger Neill Byrnes. Not only does he naturally look like the infamous rock icon, but his voice naturally sounds like Tyler! He has the tone, the mannerisms and the attitude of America's favorite rocker! Only two months into draw the line, he met Steven Tyler at a look-alike contest and Tyler was so impressed by his raw talent that he referred Neill to his personal vocal coach. Byrnes spent ten years in vocal training with Tyler's own vocal coach Mark Baxter and he continues to hone his craft while keeping up with Tyler's wardrobe & stage antics.

 

Encore! An Evening to Celebrate High School Musicals

directed by Travis G. Daly

Friday, May 2 at 7:00 p.m.
Encore-Squareat The Colonial Theatre
Tickets: $15 adult, $10 student 

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This special performance features ten-minute encore performances from this year's Berkshire County high school musicals. 

Join over 200 students as they perform musical numbers from: Lenox Memorial High School: Pippin directed by Ralph Petillo, Miss Hall's: Oliver! directed by Jennifer Jordan, Monument Mountain Regional High School: Into the Woods directed by Linnea Mace, Mt. Everett Regional High School: Grease directed by Kathy Jo Grover, Mt. Greylock Regional High School: Guys and Dolls directed by Jeffrey Welch, Pittsfield High School: Cats directed by Justina Trova and, Wahconah Regional High School: Dames at Sea directed by Thomas Towne and Pamela Gold.

The co-creators of this event are Monument Mountain seniors Isabel Costa and Caroline Mack. They have been participating in an internship with BTG during the school year.  "We created this event to celebrate our high schools and all of the hard work they put into their shows. We want to strengthen and support our community with this event that we hope will be an annual celebration.” 

 

Carmina Burana

ABB-050314-Spring-2014-imageGuestPresentersLogoRGB-smallPresented by Albany Berkshire Ballet
At The Colonial Theatre
Saturday, May 3 at 7:30pm

Tickets: Adults: $28.00; Students: $13.00

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Albany Berkshire Ballet is bringing back its Spring Season featuring Carmina Burana with choreography by Paula Weber. This performance will also include an excerpt from Swan Lake restaged by Darren McIntyre and ABB premiere Sleight with choreography by Rick Kuperman and Jeff Kuperman.

 

Ruth P. Boraski Celebration Evening

Red-GI-LogoGuestPresentersLogoRGB-smallat The Colonial Theatre
Thursday, May 8th, 2014

Tickets to this event may be purchased through Bethany Kirchmann, Director of Development, through email, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or by phone, (413) 442-5174 ext 12.

Cocktail Hour 5:00pm
Main Event 6:00pm
Reception 7:00pm

The Ruth P. Boraski Celebration Evening is Berkshire County’s premier event honoring girls and women in their educational and professional achievements. Since 1990, Girls Inc. of the Berkshires, core program of the Gladys Allen Brigham Community Center, has been holding this annual event to honor area women with the “She Knows Where She’s Going” award and to award college scholarships to county high school female seniors. Our slogan is “It doesn't matter where a girl came from as long as she knows where she's going." The “She Knows Where She Is Going” award recognizes strong, smart, and bold Berkshire County women leaders who exemplify the vision and values of Girls Inc. Past winners of the “She Knows Where She’s Going” award include the following women: P. Keyburn Hollister, Barbara M. Callahan, Katherine M. O’Brien, Gilda H. Palano, Jane P. Bresnahan, Joan McFalls, Maria S. Brodeur, Marilyn L. Sperling, Margaret Downing, Tracy Ruberto, Kay Klem, Beth Wallace, June Roy-Martin, Gwen Davis-Ouillette, Gail Molari, Sr. Julia Sullivan, Julianne Boyd, Dr. Maria Sirois, Dr. Carole Siegel, Jeannie Norris, Nancy Woitkowski, Beth Mitchell, Dr. Mary Grant and Shirley Edgerton. 

 

Justin Hayward

Justin Haywardat The Colonial Theatre
Tuesday, May 13 at 7:30pm
Tickets: A: $95 (premium seating) B: $70 C: $45 D: $35

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Justin Hayward is best known as the singer, composer and lead guitarist for The Moody Blues. The Swindon, England native’s professional career began in 1964 when he joined Marty Wilde and his wife, Joyce, in the Wilde Three. Hayward joined the Moody Blues in late 1966, replacing departing vocalist, Denny Laine. Bassist John Lodge replaced Clint Warwick at the same time. The integration of Hayward and Lodge into the Moody Blues sparked commercial success and recognition for the band, transforming them from a cover band into one of the biggest selling acts of all-time. The 1967 album Days of Future Passed was one of the most influential albums of its genre and spawned the Hayward-penned singles “Tuesday Afternoon” and “Nights in White Satin” that went on to sell over 2 million copies worldwide.

 

Studio One Dancers in Concert

Studio-One-2014-Poster-PhotoPresented by Darrell Pucciarello
at The Colonial Theatre
on Sunday, May 18 at 4:00pm

Tickets: General: $23.00
Seniors and Children: $18.00

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Darrell Pucciarello and Studio One present their annual Dancers in Concert on Sunday, May 18th at 4 pm at the Colonial Theatre. The annual concert will have performances from students of all ages in tap, jazz, modern, hip-hop, ballet and pointe. Ballets Metropolis, Studio One’s performing company will also perform two new pieces for 2014.

 

Lisa Lampanelli: The Leaner Meaner Tour

Lisa-Lampanelli-photo-Andrew-Coppaat The Colonial Theatre
Saturday, June 14 at 8pm
A: $75 B: $50 C:$40

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Comedy's Lovable Queen of Mean, Lisa Lampanelli is a cross between Don Rickles, Archie Bunker, and a vial of estrogen. Lampanelli has won accolades from many of her peers including the King of all media, Howard Stern, who called her, "a true original and a brilliant comedy mind.” Known for saying things that most people are afraid to think, Lisa Lampanelli's raunchy, gut-busting performances are wildly popular at theaters across the country and sure to make for an unforgettable evening at The Colonial Theatre. 

 

The Mystery of Irma Vep: A Penny Dreadful

Irma-Vep PosterWebby Charles Ludlam
directed by Aaron Mark
featuring Bill Bowers and Tom Hewitt

at The Fitzpatrick Main Stage, Stockbridge
Previews June 24-June 27
Press Opening/Opening Night: June 28
Talkback: June 30
Closing: July 19
Tickets: Preview: $42 
A: $62 B: $52 C: $42

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Performance Dates
Tuesday, June 24 at 8pm (Preview)
Wednesday, June 25 at 7pm (Preview)
Thursday, June 26  at 8pm (Preview)
Friday, June 27 at 8pm (Preview)
Saturday, June 28 at 2pm & 8pm (Opening Night)
Monday, June 30 at 8pm (Talk Back)
Tuesday, July 1 at 8pm
Wednesday, July 2 at 7pm
Thursday, July 3 at 8pm
Friday, July 4 at 8pm
Saturday, July 5 at 2pm & 8pm
Monday, July 7 at 8pm
Tuesday, July 8 at 8pm
Wednesday, July 9 at 7pm
Thursday, July 10 at 8pm
Friday, July 11 at 8pm
Saturday, July 12 at 2pm & 8pm
Monday, July 14 at 8pm
Tuesday, July 15 at 8pm
Wednesday July 16 at 7pm
Thursday, July 17 at 8pm
Friday, July 18 at 8pm
Saturday, July 19 at 2pm & 8pm (Closing)

Broadway Actor, Bill Bowers and Tony Award-nominated, Tom Hewitt take on eight characters in this classic romp of a gothic spoof. Named one of the best plays of the 20th Century by the New York Times and Time MagazineAaron Mark directs Charles Ludlam’s campy comedy which tells the pell-mell tale of Lady Enid (Hewitt) and Lord Edgar (Bowers) who arrive one stormy night at a haunted and dreary estate to investigate the sudden disappearance of Irma Vep. Sidesplitting antics and mysteries unfold as the two journey from the London manor to the ancient pyramids in Egypt with vampires, werewolves, mummies and more in tow in this satire of Victorian melodrama, Gothic horror and classic films.  

 

A Little Night Music

A-Little-Night-Music PosterWeb-1music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim 
book by Hugh Wheeler
orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick 
suggested by a film by Ingmar Bergman
originally produced and directed on Broadway by Harold Prince
directed by Ethan Heard
music direction by Nathan Dame
choreography by Sam Pinkleton
featuring Kate Baldwin, Gregg Edelman, Penny Fuller, Maureen O’Flynn, and Graham Rowat

at The Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield
Previews June 30-July 4       
Press Opening/Opening Night: July 5 at 8pm
Talkback: July 7
Closing: July 19

Tickets: Preview: $50
Tickets: A: $65 B: $45 C: $25

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Performance Dates
Monday, June 30 at 8pm (Preview)
Tuesday, July 1 at 8pm (Preview)
Thursday, July 3 at 8pm (Preview)
Friday, July 4 at 8pm (Preview)
Saturday, July 5 at 8pm (Opening Night)
Monday, July 7 at 8pm (Talk Back)
Tuesday, July 8 at 8pm
Thursday, July 10 at 2pm & 8pm
Friday, July 11 at 8pm
Saturday, July 12 at 2pm & 8pm
Sunday, July 13 at 2pm
Monday, July 14 at 8pm
Tuesday, July 15 at 8pm
Thursday, July 17 at 2pm & 8pm
Friday, July 18 at 8pm
Saturday, July 19 at 2pm & 8pm (Closing)

One of Stephen Sondheim’s most beloved and award-winning musicals, A Little Night Music offers an amusing and farcical tale of unexpected liaisons, relentless desire, and ill-fated heartbreak in the life of acclaimed actress, Desiree Armfeldt, played by renowned actress, vocalist and Berkshire native, Maureen O’Flynn with a career spanning more than 28 years in singing lead soprano roles at major opera houses including: The Metropolitan Opera, La Scala, and Vienna Staatsoper. She is also a returning actress to BTG having last performed in the much acclaimed, My Fair Lady in 2001. 

 

Ellenoff Musical Theatre Series

at The Colonial Theatre
$10 Donation Suggested

Performance Dates:
Monday, July 7 at 2pm
Monday, July 14 at 2pm
Monday, August 11 at 2pm
Monday, August 18 at 2pm

The Ellenoff Musical Theatre Series turns the spotlight on beloved shows from the American Musical canon. Featuring members of the BTG Acting Apprentice Company, these nostalgic performances will include sing-throughs of the full musicals.

 

Benefactors

Benefactors PosterWebby Michael Frayn
directed by Eric Hill

at The Unicorn Theatre, Stockbridge
The Larry Vaber Stage
Previews July 9-July 11
Press Opening/Opening Night: July 12 at 8pm
Talkback: July 14
Closing: July 26
Tickets: Preview: $42; A: $48

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Performance Dates
Wednesday, July 9 at 7pm (Preview)
Thursday, July 10 at 8pm (Preview)
Friday, July 11 at 8pm (Preview)
Saturday, July 12 at 2pm & 8pm (Opening Night)
Monday, July 14 at 8pm (Talk Back)
Tuesday, July 15 at 8pm
Wednesday, July 16 at 7pm
Thursday, July 17 at 8pm
Friday, July 18 at 8pm
Saturday, July 19 at 2pm & 8pm
Monday, July 21 at 8pm
Tuesday, July 22 at 8pm
Wednesday, July 23 at 7pm
Thursday, July 24 at 8pm
Friday, July 25 at 8pm
Saturday, July 26 at 2pm and 8pm (Closing)

The acrimonious give and take of life sets up the premise for Michael Frayn’s (Noises Off and Copenhagen) Tony Award-nominated Benefactors. In 1960s London, visionary architect David, played by long time BTG alum David Adkins, struggles to follow his dream of transforming the slums at Basuto Road into affordable mass-housing projects as his firm pressures him to design McMansion-style apartments instead. He and his wife, Jane, played by Adkins’ real-life partner Corinna May, are also trying to salvage the troubled marriage of their neighbors played by real-life married couple, Colin (Walton Wilson) a former journalist and Shelia (Barbara Sims), a hopeless romantic and retired nurse. Skillfully examining the fragility of human relationships, Benefactors sketches an intricate portrait of 1960s idealism and the toll political and psychological sacrifice has on hope, friendship, and love.

 

Cedars

Cedars PosterWebby Erik Tarloff
directed by Keira Naughton
featuring James Naughton
WORLD PREMIERE

at The Fitzpatrick Main Stage, Stockbridge
Previews July 23-July 25
Press Opening/Opening Night: July 26 at 8pm
Talkback: July 28
Closing: August 9
Tickets: Preview: $42
A: $62 B: 52 C: $42
Sponsored by Natalie and Howard Shawn

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Performance Dates:
Wednesday, July 23 at 7pm(Preview)
Thursday, July 24 at 8pm (Preview)
Friday, July 25 at 8pm (Preview)
Saturday, July 26 at 2pm & 8pm (Opening Night)
Monday, July 28 at 8pm (Talk Back)
Tuesday, July 29 at 8pm
Wednesday, July 30 at 7pm
Thursday, July 31 at 8pm
Friday, August 1 at 8pm
Saturday, August 2 at 2pm & 8pm
Monday, August 4 at 8pm
Tuesday, August 5 at 8pm
Wednesday, August 6 at 7pm
Thursday, August 7 at 8pm
Friday, August 8 at 8pm
Saturday, August 9 at 2pm & 8pm (Closing)

In this world premiere, two-time Tony Award Winner James Naughton takes the stage as Gabe in a one-man comedy, a raw and witty exploration of an estranged father-son relationship. Cedars is directed by Naughton’s daughter, Keira Naughton who is a long-time BTG artist. She has acted in productions including: Birthday BoyMacbethFaith Healer and The Book Club Play and most recently directed a stage adaptation of Roman Fever by Edith Wharton which featured Kim Taylor and BTG’s Artistic Director, Kate Maguire in 2013.

 

Design for Living

Design-For-Living PosterWebby Nöel Coward
directed by Tom Story

at The Unicorn Theatre, Stockbridge
The Larry Vaber Stage
Previews July 30-August 1
Press Opening/Opening Night: August 2 at 8pm
Talkback: August 4
Closing: August 16
Tickets: Preview: $42
A: $48
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Performance Dates:
Wednesday, July 30 at 7pm (Preview)
Thursday, July 31 at 8pm (Preview)
Friday, August 1 at 8pm (Preview)
Saturday, August 2 at 2pm & 8pm (Opening Night)
Monday, August 4 at 8pm (Talk Back)
Tuesday, August 5 at 8pm
Wednesday, August 6 at 7pm
Thursday, August 7 at 8pm
Friday, August 8 at 8pm
Saturday, August 9 at 2pm & 8pm
Monday, August 11 at 8pm
Tuesday, August 12 at 8pm
Wednesday, August 13 at 7pm
Thursday, August 14 at 8pm
Friday, August 15 at 8pm 
Saturday, August 16 at 2pm & 8pm (Closing)

Lovers and friends, friends and lovers, what’s the difference when it comes to interior designer Gilda, playwright Leo, and artist Otto? That’s the same question they ask themselves in Nöel Coward’s ultra-sophisticated romantic comedy.

 

Seussical

Seussical PosterWeb-1music by Stephen Flaherty
lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
book by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty
co-conceived by Lynn Ahrens, Stephen Flaherty and Eric Idle
based on the works of Dr. Seuss
directed by Travis G. Daly
music direction by Mark Gionfriddo
choreography by Kathy Jo Grover

9th Annual Children’s Theatre Production
at The Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield
Opens August 7; Closes August 17
Special Note: As a community production, there is no press night for Seussical
Tickets: Adult A: $30, Child A: $20, Adult B: $25, Child B: $15

Performance Dates:
Thursday, August 7 at 7pm (Opening Night)
Friday, August 8 at 7pm
Saturday, August 9 at 2pm & 7pm
Sunday, August 10 at 2pm
Monday, August 11 at 7pm
Thursday, August 14 at 10am & 7pm
Friday, August 15 at 7pm 
Saturday, August 16 at 2pm & 7pm 
Sunday, August 17 at 2pm (Closing)

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The 9th Annual Children's Theatre Production presents Seussical. Dr. Seuss' most-beloved stories all spring to life in one magical musical with all of his classic characters: Horton the Elephant, The Cat in the Hat, the Whos of Whoville, Gertrude McFuzz, Jojo and more! For the second time in a BTG community production, actors will be flown through The Colonial Theatre. Last year’s community production Peter Pan was a successful production with a cast of 103 local talented young actors, “The memory [of Peter Pan] will linger as a sterling example of the important mission of our area's performing-arts companies…touching the hearts of thousands of Berkshire youngsters through the irreplaceable joy of live theater, music and dance,” said Clarence Fanto of The Berkshire Eagle.

 

Seussical

Seussical PosterWeb-1music by Stephen Flaherty
lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
book by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty
co-conceived by Lynn Ahrens, Stephen Flaherty and Eric Idle
based on the works of Dr. Seuss
directed by Travis G. Daly
music direction by Mark Gionfriddo
choreography by Kathy Jo Grover

9th Annual Children’s Theatre Production
at The Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield
Opens August 7; Closes August 17
Special Note: As a community production, there is no press night for Seussical
Tickets: Adult A: $30, Child A: $20, Adult B: $25, Child B: $15

Performance Dates:
Thursday, August 7 at 7pm (Opening Night)
Friday, August 8 at 7pm
Saturday, August 9 at 2pm & 7pm
Sunday, August 10 at 2pm
Monday, August 11 at 7pm
Thursday, August 14 at 10am & 7pm
Friday, August 15 at 7pm 
Saturday, August 16 at 2pm & 7pm 
Sunday, August 17 at 2pm (Closing)

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The 9th Annual Children's Theatre Production presents Seussical. Dr. Seuss' most-beloved stories all spring to life in one magical musical with all of his classic characters: Horton the Elephant, The Cat in the Hat, the Whos of Whoville, Gertrude McFuzz, Jojo and more! For the second time in a BTG community production, actors will be flown through The Colonial Theatre. Last year’s community production Peter Pan was a successful production with a cast of 103 local talented young actors, “The memory [of Peter Pan] will linger as a sterling example of the important mission of our area's performing-arts companies…touching the hearts of thousands of Berkshire youngsters through the irreplaceable joy of live theater, music and dance,” said Clarence Fanto of The Berkshire Eagle.

 

A Hatful of Rain

A-Hatful of-Rain PosterWebby Michael V. Gazzo
directed by Greg Naughton

at The Fitzpatrick Main Stage, Stockbridge
Previews August 13-August 15
Press Night/Opening Night August 16
Talkback: August 18
Closing: August 30
Tickets: Preview: $42; 
A: $62 B: $52 C: $42

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Performance Dates:
Wednesday, August 13 at 7pm (Preview)
Thursday, August 14 at 8pm (Preview)
Friday, August 15 at 8pm (Preview)
Saturday, August 16 at 2pm & 8pm (Opening Night)
Monday, August 18 at 8pm (Talk Back)
Tuesday, August 19 at 8pm
Wednesday, August 20 at 7pm
Thursday, August 21 at 8pm
Friday, August 22 at 8pm
Saturday, August 23 at 2pm and 8pm
Monday, August 25 at 8pm
Tuesday, August 26 at 8pm
Wednesday, August 27 at 7pm
Thursday, August 28 at 8pm
Friday, August 29 at 8pm
Saturday, August 30 at 2pm & 8pm (Closing)

The war fought abroad is just as devastating as the war fought within. This rings devastatingly true for Johnny Pope, a Korean War Veteran who has safely returned home to New York City and now struggles with drug addiction after being heavily medicated during his hospital stay. Greg Naughton, founded and served as Artistic Director of Off-Broadway’s Blue Light Theater Company in NYC for six award-winning seasons. He is also James Naughton’s son and is making his BTG directorial debut with A Hatful of Rain. He performed at The Colonial Theatre last year with his band, The Sweet Remains.

 

A Lover’s Tale: Scenes by Giuseppe Verdi, Charles Ludlam and Alexandre Dumas

A-Lovers-Tale PosterWebThe Lady of the Camellias by Alexandre Dumas 
Camille by Charles Ludlam
La Traviata by Giuseppe Verde
directed by Dustin Willis
operatic direction by Carlos Conde

at The Unicorn Theatre, Stockbridge
The Larry Vaber Stage
Opens August 23; Closes August 30
Tickets: $30

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Performance Dates:
Saturday, August 23 at 8pm  (Opening Night)
Sunday, August 24 at 2pm
Tuesday, August 26 at 8pm
Wednesday, August 27 at 7pm
Thursday, August 28 at 8pm
Friday, August 29 at 8pm
Saturday, August 30 at 8pm (Closing)

For one week at The Unicorn Theatre, opera’s rising stars perform scenes from the original title piece, Alexandre Dumas’ novel The Lady of the Camellias, Giuseppe Verdi’s opera La Traviata which was adapted by Dumas’ novel, and Charles Ludlam’s parody of the novel, Camille.

 

Poe

Poe PosterWebwritten and directed by Eric Hill
featuring David Adkins

at The Unicorn Theatre, Stockbridge
The Larry Vaber Stage
Previews October 2 and October 3
Opening Night/Press Opening October 4
Closing: October 26
Tickets: $35

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Performance Dates:
Thursday, October 2 at 7pm (Preview)
Friday, October 3 at 7pm (Preview)
Saturday, October 4 at 7pm (Opening Night)
Sunday, October 5 at 2pm 
Thursday, October 9 at 7pm
Saturday, October 11 at 7pm
Sunday, October 12 at 2pm
Monday, October 13 at 2pm
Thursday, October 16 at 7pm
Friday, October 17 at 7pm
Saturday, October 18 at 7pm
Sunday, October 19 at 2pm
Thursday, October 23 at 7pm
Friday, October 24 at 7pm
Saturday, October 25 at 7pm
Sunday, October 26 at 2pm (Closing)

The stories of the masterful wordsmith Edgar Allen Poe come to life. In a brilliant reflection by Eric Hill, we find Poe at the heart and center of his poetic and macabre tales of terror.

 

Corvettes Doo Wop Revue

CorvettesGuestPresentersLogoRGB-smallPresented by the Pittsfield Rotary Foundation 
at The Colonial Theatre 
Saturday, November 22 at 7:30pm

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The Corvettes Doo Wop Revue is dedicated to preserving and performing the greatest music ever made—the music of the 1950’s Doo Wop era. From New Hampshire to New Orleans and Virginia to Vegas, The Corvettes perform this outstanding music with a fresh new energy. Their incredibly entertaining show and comical stage antics have left many a happy audience screaming for more! In the tradition of Doo Wop revivalists ShaNaNa, every Corvettes show is more than a concert, it’s an all out Doo Wop Celebration! Don’t Miss It! 

 

Made in the Berkshires 2014 Seeking Submissions

Made in the Berkshires 2014 Seeking Submissions

Pittsfield, MA – Berkshire Theatre Group is excited to announce it will begin accepting submissions beginning March 10, 2014 for the fourth annual Made in the Berkshires festival, which will occur October 10 and 11 at both the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield as well as the Unicorn Theatre in Stockbridge. The deadline for submissions is May 15. 

T
he festival has featured cutting-edge theatrical works performed as staged readings, live music, film, short stories and dance in a festival atmosphere like no other. New and innovative pieces as well as established work will be presented by local Berkshire County playwrights, actors, directors, musicians and performers. Featured as performance blocks, Made in the Berkshires will allow audiences to enjoy the breadth and depth of the artistic talent that has landed in Berkshire County while celebrating the best in the visual and performing arts. Professional artists and artists-in-the-making gather to share their talent with the Berkshire community. The festival will be curated once again by Hilary Somers Deely and Barbara Sims, two local artists who have helped create the rich cultural tapestry that permeates the Berkshires.

Submitting artists must live and work at least part time in the Berkshires. Submissions may include short and full length plays, music, poetry, short stories, performance art/spoken word, film and dance. 

All written material must include artist’s name, address and contact information, including phone number. Written material must be bound with two copies submitted. 

Music, dance, film and visual art must include 2 CDs or 2 DVDs with the artist’s name, address and contact information, including phone number and email address. F
ilm makers must include the aspect ratio.

No online submissions will be accepted. Materials will not be returned. The deadline for submissions is May 15, 2014. Mail submissions to: Made in the Berkshires Submissions, 111 South St., Pittsfield, MA 01201.

About Made in the Berkshires
Made in the Berkshires is a unique, intensive, artistic experience designed to provide opportunity for Berkshire regional performing and creative artists to present their work to the public. A grass roots, community outreach program, Made in the Berkshires is sustained by the generosity of Berkshire Theatre Group, in kind donors of specialty food and beverages, and individual patrons. Made in the Berkshires puts a high value on collaboration and risk taking and celebrates creativity in a wide spectrum of genres including; drama, music, dance, visual art, poetry, prose, and film. Made in the Berkshires is curated by Hilary Somers Deely and Barbara Sims (under the aegis Berkshire Theatre Group.)

 
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