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Education

Yesterday, BTG's Youth Chorus, along with Kathy Jo Grover and Mike Wartella, gathered to rehearse for our Second Annual David Grover Scholarship Concert this Friday at Balderdash Cellars!

Tickets are limited, so get your tickets today at berkshiretheatre.org.

(Photo by Allison Rachele Bayles)
On July 19, join us at Balderdash Cellars for The Second Annual David Grover Scholarship Event “Here We Go Around Again”, an unforgettable evening of live music and entertainment honoring the legacy of the late David Grover, a dedicated supporter of BTG’s educational initiatives. 

This evening of heartfelt music and celebration will feature Michael Fabrizio, and special guests Broadway performer and BTG Alum Michael Wartella, Artistic Associate of Education and David’s beloved wife Kathy Jo Grover and members of the Berkshire Theatre Group Youth Chorus. All proceeds directly benefit BTG PLAYS! year-round education programs and summer camps, ensuring that the arts continue to thrive in our region.

Tickets are limited, so grab yours today at berkshiretheatre.org
Happy 4th of July from all of us at BTG! 🎆✨
BTG will be at Mill Town Foundation's Common Ground Festival this Saturday, July 6, so be sure to stop by and join us! ✨
BTG, the Young Frankenstein cast and Director Gerry McIntyre are absolutely thrilled to have welcomed Carolyn Meehan, widow of Thomas Meehan who wrote the book of Young Frankenstein with Mel Brooks, to our first preview performance of Young Frankenstein! ✨
The Jewish Plays Project is thrilled to announce that The Last Yiddish Speaker by Deborah Zoe Laufer has won the 13th National Jewish Playwriting Contest, which will be featured in a workshop during the Festival of New Jewish Plays at the Colonial! 

A magical-realist dystopia set in a fictional future in which the insurrection was successful, an ancient Yiddish-speaking woman is deposited on Hannah and Paul's doorstep, where they have to choose whether to hide her or save themselves. 

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From June 28-July 28, BTG will be showcasing Sharing Our Cultures, an AIRY Art Show, at the Colonial Theatre. All art pieces in the show are created by teens and young adults from the Arts in Recovery for Youth (AIRY) program, an arts based youth suicide prevention program in downtown Pittsfield run by Founder and Art Therapist Marney Schorr. 

Inspired by the art of other cultures, Sharing Our Cultures features masks and scrolls in the style of Japanese and Mexican Folk art, paintings and wall hangings in the style of African art, origami miniatures, clay works, inks on yupo paper, and a variety of paintings, including a four foot group mural. The Opening reception is Friday, June 28 from 5pm to 7pm. To learn more about AIRY,  please visit www.airyedu.com.
Happy early Birthday to Mel Brooks, who will be 98 years young on June 28! 🎉

We are one week from opening night, so come visit us for Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein at the Colonial, running from June 27-July 21! Get your tickets today at berkshiretheatre.org.
Today we honor Juneteenth, a celebration of African-American culture and empowerment in the United States. ❤💛💚🖤 Our offices will be closed today, but we will be back in full swing tomorrow!

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The EBT Card to Culture program in partnership with the Mass Cultural Council and the Executive Office of Health and Human Services’ Department of Transitional Assistance, is available to anyone with EBT, WIC, or ConnectorCare Insurance. This offer includes four tickets for performances or events at The Colonial Theatre and two tickets for performances at The Unicorn Theatre per household at the rate of $5 each. All additional fees are waived. Tickets are subject to availability as seating is limited. This offer is available by phone or in person only.

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