2020 Playbills

2020/21 Program Book

Year Round

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Holiday Memories

November 28 – December 20

This event promises to provide a holiday memory for your family. We encourage you to bundle up and join us.


Godspell

August 6 – September 4 Extended through September 20

This theatrical sensation is a powerful reminder that through the power of community, love and kindness will live on.


Bobbie’s Fall Series


Brian Stokes Mitchell

Saturday, September 5

Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle awards Brian Stokes Mitchell delivers an unforgettable and intimate performance.


The Naughton Family in Concert

Friday, July 24 and Saturday, July 25

The incredibly talented Naughton family brings us an exciting night of great entertainment.


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Did You Know?
Just like NPR, Berkshire Theatre Group depends on the generous giving of its members!
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We believe the performing arts can transform a community.
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Of the 16,000 Berkshire County school children, we serve 13,000 through our BTG PLAYS! Year-Round Educational Programs.
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Theatre is the place where we go to understand what lies in the human heart.
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BTG's buildings, on two campuses in Stockbridge and Pittsfield, are historic treasures.
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Berkshire Theatre Group believes that the creative arts are dependent on a free society that encourages freedom of speech and debate.
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In a Boston Globe article by Don Aucoin on Covid‑19, Artistic Director Kate Maguire said:
"Out of need will come the way. Once the pandemic ebbs, whenever that is, there will be an incredible need to gather again." The theatre has existed from the time of the Greeks. We will go on.
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