A Message from Kate Maguire, Artistic Director and CEO


as they begin to rise again
Chrysanthemums faintly smell
after the flooding rain

As we reopen and rebuild, our beloved Berkshire Hills will provide us with many joys as spring gives way to another summer. At Berkshire Theatre Group, we recognize that a new world is upon us. On this Memorial Day weekend, we send our heartfelt sympathy to all who grieve for the many souls lost this past year.

We hold the memory of what has been lost and revealed close in order to give truth, comfort and hope through the creative arts.

We look forward to being with you at this time of change.

Warmly and with appreciation for your patronage,

Kate Maguire
Artistic Director, CEO

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