Past Performances

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  • The Buffoon – A. Tupper and Howard Lee
  • Candida – George Bernard Shaw
  • Captain Applejack – Walter Hackett
  • The Cradle Song – Gregorio Martinez Sierra
  • The Enchanted April – Kane Campbell
  • Meet the Wife – Lynn Starling
  • Mr. Pim Passes By – A.A. Milne
  • Outward Bound – Sutton Vane
  • The Romantic Age – A.A. Milne
  • The Swan – Ferenc Molnár


  • Arms and the Man – George Bernard Shaw
  • Caroline – Somerset Maugham
  • The Dover Road – A.A. Milne
  • Oh Boy – P.G. Wodehouse
  • Rip Van Winkle – Joseph Jefferson and Dion Boucicault
  • The Royal Family – George F. Kaufman and Edna Ferber
  • Thunder in the Air – Robbins Miller
  • The Truth About Blaydes – A.A. Milne
  • You Never Can Tell – George Bernard Shaw

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  • The Admirable Crichton – Sir James M. Barrie
  • Bird in Hand – John Drinkwater
  • Doctor’s Dilemma – George Bernard Shaw
  • The Emperor Jones – Eugene O’Neill
  • Jack in the Box – Dorothy Fletcher and Alexander Kirkland
  • The Lake – John Houseman and Joan Wolfe
  • The Lute Song – Sidney Howard and Will Irwin
  • The Mask and the Face – Luigi Chiarelli Adapted by C.B. Fernold
  • The Romantic Young Lady – Martinez Sierra
  • Romeo and Juliet – William Shakespeare
  • The Torchbearers – George Kelly


  • Alice-Sit-By-The-Fire – Sir James M. Barrie
  • Captain Brassbounder’s Conversation – George Bernard Shaw
  • The Constant Wife – Somerset Maugham
  • Hay Fever – Noel Coward
  • The Idiot – Jose Ruben
  • Juno and the Paycock – Sean O’Casey
  • The Magistrate – Arthur Wing Pinero
  • Monkey – Sam Janney
  • Pygmalion – George Bernard Shaw
  • The Second Man – S.N. Behrman


  • A Bill of Divorcement – Clemence Dane
  • Broken Dishes – Martin Flava
  • Finale – S.K. Lauren
  • Great Catherine – George Bernard Shaw
  • Her Cardboard Lover – Jacques Deval and P.G. Wodehouse
  • Just Out – Edward Bourdet
  • The Man of Destiny – George Bernard Shaw
  • The Perfect Alibi – A.A. Milne
  • The Queen’s Husband – Robert Sherwood
  • There’s Always Juliet – John Van Druten


  • Dear Brutus – Sir James M. Barrie
  • The Devil’s Disciple – George Bernard Shaw
  • The First Mrs. Fraser – St. John Ervine
  • The Good Fairy – Ferenc Molnár
  • The Late Christopher Bean – Sidney Howard
  • The Queen Was in the Parlor – Noel Coward


  • As You Like It – William Shakespeare
  • Biography – S.N. Behrman
  • Craig’s Wife – George Kelly
  • Dulcy – George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly
  • Fly Away Home – Dorothy Bennett and Irving White
  • Good-Bye Again – Allan Scott and George Haight
  • Her Master’s Voice – Clare Kummer
  • Pursuit Of Happiness – Alan Child and Isabelle London
  • Romance – Edward Sheldon
  • Saturday’s Children – Maxwell Anderson


  • Accent On Youth – Samuel Raphaelson
  • All This While – Donald Blackwell and Theodore St. John
  • As Husbands Go – Rachel Crothers
  • Berkeley Square – John Bolderston
  • The Cat and the Canary – John Willard
  • Declasse – Zoe Akins
  • In Old Kentucky – Charles Dazey
  • Meet The Prince – A.A. Milne
  • Trelawney Of The Wells – Arthur Wing Pinero


  • A Church Mouse – Ladislaus Fodor
  • Kind Lady – Edward Chodorov
  • Mary, Mary Quite Contrary – St. John Ervine
  • Men In White – Sidney Kingsley
  • The Octoroon – Dion Boucicault
  • The Shining Hour – Keith Winter
  • They Knew What They Wanted – Sidney Howard
  • Topaze – Benn W. Levy


  • Becky Sharp – Langdon Mitchell
  • The Bride the Sun Shines On – Will Cotton
  • Candida – George Bernard Shaw
  • Many Mansions – Eckert Goodman and Jules Eckert Goodman
  • Mariette – Sacha Guitry, Music by Oscar Strauss, Lyrics by Arthur Guiterman, English Adapt. by William Miles
  • Patience – Libretto by W.S. Gilbert, Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan
  • Storm Over Patsy – James Bridie Adapted from the work of Bruno Frank
  • The Texas Nightingale – Zoe Akins
  • Tonight At 8:30 – Noel Coward


  • Best Dressed Woman in the World – Jack Munro
  • Enter Madame – Gelda Varesi and Dolly Byrne
  • French Without Tears – Terrence Rattigan
  • Lightnin’ – W. Smith and Frank Bacon
  • Pride And Prejudice – Helen Jerome. Adapted from the novel by Jane Austen
  • Road To Rome – Robert Sherwood
  • Stage Door – Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman
  • Susan And God – Rachel Crothers
  • We, The Willoughbys – Meyer Kanin and Harry Ingram
  • “Yes, My Darling Daughter” – Mark Reed


  • Anna Christie – Eugene O’Neill
  • Bicentennial – Allen Osborne
  • The Circle – Somerset Maugham
  • Easy Virtue – Noel Coward
  • First Lady – Katharine Dayton and George S. Kaufman
  • Here Today – George Oppenheimer
  • Our Town – Thornton Wilder
  • The Petrified Forest – Robert Sherwood
  • Petticoat Fever – Mark Reed
  • White Oaks – Mazo de la Roche

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  • Ah, Wilderness – Eugene O’Neill
  • Autumn Crocus – C.L. Anthony
  • The Guardsman – Ferenc Molnár
  • In My Opinion – Samson Raphaelson
  • Love Rides the Rails – Moreland Carey
  • The Millionairess – George Bernard Shaw
  • Mornings at Seven – Paul Osborn
  • The School for Scandal – Richard Brinsley Sheridan
  • The Second Mrs. Tanqueray – Arthur Wing Pinero
  • Skylark – John Emery
  • Springtime For Henry – Benn Levy


  • Beggar on Horseback – George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly
  • George Washington Slept Here – George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
  • Hedda Gabler – Henrik Ibsen
  • Her Cardboard Lover – Jacques Devel and P.G. Wodehouse
  • Ladies in Retirement – Edward Percy and Reginald Denham
  • The Male Animal – James Thurber and Elliot Nugent
  • Miss Nelly Of N’Orleans – Lawrence Egre
  • Old Acquaintance – John Van Druten
  • Old English – John Galsworthy
  • Tomorrow And Tomorrow – Philip Barry

1942, 1943, 1944, 1945

(No performances due to World War II)


  • Angel Street – Patrick Hamilton
  • Blithe Spirit – Noel Coward
  • Elizabeth the Queen – Maxwell Anderson
  • The Hasty Heart – John Patrick
  • Kiss and Tell – F. Hugh Herbert
  • The Late George Apley – John P. Marquand and George S. Kaufman
  • My Sister Eilleen – Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorove
  • Off the Air – Knowles Entrikin and Howard Breslin
  • Rebecca – Daphne DuMaurier
  • What Every Woman Knows – Sir James M. Barrie


  • The Barretts of Wimpole Street – Rudolph Bealer
  • The First Mrs. Fraser – St. John Ervine
  • Heaven Help the Angels – Ted Luce
  • Junior Miss – Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov
  • Mademoiselle – Jacques Deval, Adapted by Grace George
  • Papa Is All – Patterson Greene
  • State of the Union – Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse
  • Thunder Rock – Robert Ardrey
  • Years Ago – Ruth Gordon


  • Art and Mrs. Bottle – Benn Levy
  • The Bat – Mary Roberts Rinehart and Avery Hopwood
  • Coming Thru the Rye – Warren Munsell
  • The Happiest Years – Thomas Coley and William Roerick
  • I Like It Here – A.B. Shiffrin
  • The Intimate Strangers – Booth Tarkington
  • John Loves Mary – Norman Krasna
  • Little Women – Marian DeForest, Adapted From Louisa May Alcott’s novel
  • Ned McCobb’s Daughter – Sidney Howard
  • The Skin of our Teeth – Thornton Wilder
  • The Torchbearers – George Kelly



  • The Corn Is Green – Emlyn Williams
  • The Heiress – Ruth and Augustus Goetz
  • The Importance of Being Earnest – Oscar Wilde
  • Jennie Kissed Me – Jean Kerr
  • The Late Christopher Bean – Rene Fauchois, Adapted by Sidney Howard
  • Let Us Be Gay – Rachel Crothers
  • The Medium – Gian-Carlo Menotti
  • On Approval – Frederic Lonsdale
  • Robert’s Wife – St. John Ervine
  • The Medium – Gian-Carlo Menotti
  • Three Men on a Horse – John Cecil Holm and George Abbott
  • The Winslow Boy – Terrence Rattigan
  • “Yes, My Darling Daughter” – Mark Reed

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  • Born Yesterday – Garson Kanin
  • Both Your Houses – Maxwell Anderson
  • Gay Divorcee – Cole Porter, Book by Dwight Taylor
  • Goodbye, My Fancy – Fay Kanin
  • Harvey – Mary Chase
  • January Thaw – William Roce
  • Once an Actor – Rosemary Casey
  • Peg O’ My Heart – J. Hartley Manners
  • Post Road – Wilbur Daniel Steele and Norma Mitchell
  • The Sacred Flame – Somerset Maugham
  • Smilin’ Through – Jane Cowl and Jane Murfin
  • The Taming of the Shrew – William Shakespeare


  • The Chiltern Hundreds – William Douglas Howe
  • The Glass Menagerie – Tennessee Williams
  • Home At Seven – R.C. Sherrif
  • I Remember Mama – John Van Druten
  • Lady Windermere’s Fan – Oscar Wilde
  • Legend of Sarah – James Gow and Armand D’Usseau
  • Miss Mabel – Dennis Hoey and Clarence Derwent
  • One’s a Crowd – Eugene Raskin
  • Second Threshold – Philip Barry
  • The Silver Whistle – Robert McEnroe
  • Two Girls Wanted – Gladys Unger



  • Black Chiffon – Lesley Storm
  • Death Takes a Holiday – Walter Ferris and Alberto Casella
  • The Flashing Stream – Charles Morgan
  • The Lady’s Not For Burning – Christopher Fry
  • The Little Minister – Sir James M. Barrie
  • Macbeth – William Shakespeare
  • The Milky Way – Lynn Root and Harry Clark
  • A Murder in the Family – Victor Wolfson
  • Nina – Andre Roussin, Adapted by Samuel Taylor
  • Ramshackle Inn – George Batson
  • The Show-Off – George Kelly
  • Theater – Somerset Maugham


  • Affairs of State – Louis Verneuil
  • Bell, Book and Candle – John Van Druten
  • Bunty Pulls the Strings – Graham Moffat
  • Gigi – Anita Loos
  • Jane – Somerset Maugham
  • The Marquise – Noel Coward
  • Mister Roberts – Thomas Reagan and Joshua Logan
  • The Moon Is Blue – F. Hugh Herbert
  • The Tender Trap – Max Shulman and Robert Paul Smith
  • The Three-Toed Pony – Sidney Howard
  • The Velvet Glove – Rosemary Casey
  • You Never Can Tell – George Bernard Shaw


  • Charley’s Aunt – Brandon Thomas
  • A Dash of Bitters – Reginald Denham
  • Ethan Frome – Owen and Donald Davis, Adapted From the novel by Edith Wharton
  • The Fourposter – Jan de Hartog
  • The Ghost Train – Arnold Ridley
  • The Iron Gate – John T. Chapman
  • Late Love – Rosemary Casey
  • Madam Will You Walk? – Sidney Howard
  • My Three Angels – Sam and Bella Spewack
  • Pygmalion – George Bernard Shaw
  • Three’s A Family – Phoebe and Henry Ephron
  • Traveller’s Joy – Arthur MacRae
  • The White Sheep of the Family – L. duGarde Peach and Ian Hay


  • Caine Mutiny Court Martial – Herman Wouk
  • Dial M For Murder – Frederick Knott
  • Edward My Son – Robert Morley and Noel Langley
  • O Mistress Mine – Terence Rattigan
  • The Old Maid – Edith Wharton
  • Reclining Figure – Harry Kurnitz
  • The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker – Liam O’Brien
  • Sabrina Fair – Samuel Taylor
  • Shadow and Substance – Paul Vincent Carroll
  • The Tender Trap – Max Shulman and Robert Paul Smith
  • Time Out for Ginger – Ronald Alexander


  • Anastasia – Marcelle Maurette, Adapted by Guy Bolton
  • The Good Fairy – Ferenc Molnár
  • The Happy Time – Samuel Taylor
  • Heartbreak House – George Bernard Shaw
  • The Little Foxes – Lillian Hellman
  • Made In Heaven – Hagar Wilde
  • A Roomful of Roses – Edith Sommer Soderbag
  • The Seven Year Itch – George Axelrod
  • The Solid Gold Cadillac – Howard Teichman and George S. Kaufman
  • The Wayward Saint – Paul Vincent Carroll


  • Androcles and the Lion – George Bernard Shaw
  • Bus Stop – William Inge
  • Charm – John Kirkpatrick
  • The Great Sebastians – Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse
  • Janus – Carolyn Green
  • King of Hearts – Jean Kerr and Eleanor Brooke
  • Oh Men! Oh Women! – Edward Chodorov
  • The Potting Shed – Graham Greene
  • The Reluctant Debutante – William Douglas Home
  • Time Limit – Henry Denker and Ralph Berkey


  • The Cocktail Party – T.S. Eliot
  • The Constant Wife – Somerset Maugham
  • The Cradle Song – Martines Sierra
  • The Matchmaker – Thornton Wilder
  • The Mousetrap – Agatha Christie
  • Noah – Andre Obey, Adapted by Arthur Wilmurt
  • No Time For Sergeants – Ira Levin, Based on the novel by Mac Hyman
  • The Playboy of the Western World – John Millington Synge
  • Separate Tables – Terence Rattigan
  • Visit to a Small Planet – Gore Vidal


  • The Boy Friend – Sandy Wilson
  • Compulsion – Meyer Levin
  • Darkness at Noon – Sidney Kingsley, Based on the novel by Albert Koestler
  • Diary of Anne Frank – Dramatized by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett
  • The Importance of Being Earnest – Oscar Wilde
  • The Lady’s Not For Burning – Christopher Fry
  • Man and Superman – George Bernard Shaw
  • Once More With Feeling – Harry Kurmits
  • Picnic – William Inge
  • Time Remembered – Jean Anouilh

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  • Angel Street – Patrick Hamilton
  • Dear Charles – Alan Melville
  • Dear Miss Phoebe – Sir James M. Barrie, Adapted by Christopher Hassell/Music by Harry Parr Davies
  • The Gazebo – Alec Coppel
  • The Happiest Days of Your Life – John Dighton
  • Member of the Wedding – Carson McCullers
  • Misalliance – George Bernard Shaw
  • Two for the Seesaw – William Gibson
  • The Waltz of the Toreadors – Jean Anouilh
  • Witness for the Prosecution – Agatha Christie


  • Arsenic and Old Lace – Joseph Kesserling
  • Between Seasons – Malcolm Wells
  • Breath Of Spring – Peter Coke
  • Invitation to a March – Arthur Laurents
  • The Marriage-Go-Round – Leslie Stevens
  • Roar Like A Dove – Lesley Stevens
  • South Pacific – Libretto by Oscar Hammerstein, Music by Richard Rodgers
  • Suzannah and the Elders – James Bridie
  • Teahouse of the August Moon – John Patrick
  • Ten Little Indians – Agatha Christie


  • Critic’s Choice – Ira Levin
  • The King and I – Libretto by Oscar Hammerstein, Music by Richard Rodgers
  • Life with Father – Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse
  • Miss Lucy – Irene Gawne
  • Murder at the Vicarage – Agatha Christie
  • Pleasure of his Company – Samuel Taylor
  • See How They Run – Philip King
  • Streetcar Named Desire – Tennessee Williams
  • Under the Yum Yum Tree – Lawrence Roman
  • You Never Know – Cole Porter


  • The Cat and the Canary – John Willard
  • The Corn is Green – Kalyn Williams
  • The Grass is Greener – Hugh & Margaret Williams
  • Lady Audley’s Secret – Mary Elizabeth Braddon; Adapted by Joan White, Music and Lyrics by Anna Russell
  • Little Mary Sunshine – Rick Besoyan
  • Pajama Game – Richard Bissell and George Abbott, Music and Lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross
  • A Shot in the Dark – Marcel Archard


  • As You Like It – William Shakespeare
  • Come Blow Your Horn – Neil Simon
  • Guys and Dolls – Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows, Adapted from the stories of Damon Runyon, Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser
  • Journey to Bahia – Dias Gomes, Adapted by Stanley Richards
  • My Fair Lady – Book and Lyrics by Alan J. Lerner, Adapted from George Bernard Shaw, Music by Frederick Loewe
  • Night Must Fall – Emlyn Williams
  • The Silver Cord – Sidney Howard
  • The Time of the Cuckoo – Arthur Laurents



  • Carnival – Book by Michael Stewart, Music and Lyrics by Bob Merrill
  • Cheri and the Last of the Cherry – Paul Giovanni and Viveca Lindfors, Adapted from Colette
  • Duel of Angels – Jean Giraudoux, Translated by Christopher Fry
  • A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum – Book by Bert Shevelov and Larry Gelbart, Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
  • The Glass Menagerie – Tennessee Williams
  • La Ronde – Arthur Schnitzler, Translated by Eric Bentley
  • Three-Penny Opera – Bertolt Brecht, Music by Kurt Weill, English adaptation by Marc Blitztein


  • The Cretan Woman – Robinson Jeffers
  • Fragments – Murray Schisgal
  • The Merchant of Venice – William Shakespeare
  • The Skin of our Teeth – Thornton Wilder
  • Waiting for Godot – Samuel Beckett



  • Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? – Don Peterson
  • Dracula – Hamilton Deane and John Balderston, Based on the Novel by Bram Stoker
  • The Exercise – John Lewis Carlino
  • The Magistrate – Arthur Wing Pinero
  • Streetcar Named Desire – Tennessee Williams


  • Adaptation – Elaine May
  • A Cry of Players – William Gibson
  • The Cuban Thing – Jack Gelber
  • A Matter of Position – Elaine May
  • Next – Terrence McNally


  • Encounters – Wally Harper and Paul Zakrsowski
  • Hunger and Thirst – Eugène Ionesco
  • John and Abigail – William Gibson
  • Timon’s Beach – Gordon Rogoff

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  • The Christmas Dinner – William Devane
  • The Enemy is Dead – Don Peterson
  • The Fable of the Sun People – Ernest L. West, Jr.
  • Other People – Thomas Berger
  • A Passage to E.M. Forster – Arranged By William Roerick and Thomas Coley
  • Postscript – Merritt Abrash


  • Are You Now Or Have You Ever Been Blue? – Leslie Weiner
  • The Goodbye People – Herb Gardner
  • The Rainmaker – N. Richard Nash
  • Promenade, All! – David V. Robinson and Richard Backus
  • Where Has Tommy Flowers Gone? – Terrence McNally


  • And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little – Paul Zindel
  • Clark and Myrna – Elliott Baker
  • The Contrast – Royall Tyler, Adapted by Antony Stimas, Music by Don Pippin, Lyrics by Steven Brown
  • The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man in the Moon Marigolds – Paul Zindel



  • Crystal, Crystal Chandeliers – Lawrence Roman
  • The Gershwin Years
  • The Gingerbread Lady – Neil Simon
  • Summer Brave – William Inge


  • Cages – John Lewis Carline
  • Colette – Adapted by Elinor Jones from Colette, Music by Harvey Schmidt, Lyrics by Tom Jones
  • Desire Under the Elms – Eugene O’Neill
  • When You Comin’ Back, Red Ryder – Mark Medoff


  • The Butterfingers Angel – William Gibson
  • Come and Be Killed – Lionel Wilson
  • Dandelion Wine – Ray Bradbury, Adapted by Peter John Bailey
  • Godspell – Conceived by John-Michael Tebelak, Music by Stephen Schwartz


  • George Washington Slept Here – George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
  • Ho, Ho, Ho – Ruth Gordon
  • The Lion in Winter – James Goldman
  • Of Thee I Sing – Book by George S. Kaufman and Morris Ryskind, Music and Lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin


  • Broadway – Philip Dunning and George Abbott
  • Come Back, Little Sheba – William Inge
  • I Married an Angel – Music by Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Lorenz Hart
  • The Last Analysis – Saul Bellow


  • The Children’s Hour – Lillian Hellman
  • Dodsworth – Sinclair Lewis, Dramatized by Sidney Howard
  • Disciple of Discontent – John L. Lewis
  • Let ‘Em Eat Cake – Book by George S. Kaufman and Morris Ryskind, Music by George Gershwin, Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
  • Vagabond Stars – Nahma Sandrow and Sllan Albert



  • The Butter and the Egg Man – George S. Kaufman
  • Carnival – Book By Michael Stewart, Music and Lyrics By Bob Merrill
  • The Petrified Forest – Robert Sherwood
  • The Rose Tattoo – Tennessee Williams

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  • Anyone Can Whistle – Book by Arthur Laurents, Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
  • First Lady – Katharine Dayton and George S. Kaufman
  • The Glass Menagerie – Tennessee Williams
  • The Little Foxes – Lillian Hellman
  • The Rainmaker – N. Richard Nash


  • House of Blue Leaves – John Guare
  • A Safe Place – Carol K. Mack
  • Two for the Seesaw – William Gibson
  • A View from the Bridge – Arthur Miller


  • The Animal Kingdom – Philip John Barry
  • The Palace of Amateurs – John Faro PiRoman
  • Sunrise at Campobello – Dore Schary
  • A Thousand Clowns – Herb Gardner


  • The Belle of Amherst – William Luce
  • The Big Knife – Clifford Odets
  • Fanny – Book by S.N. Behrman and Joshua Logan, Music and Lyrics by Harold Rome
  • Harvey – Mary Chase
  • The Vinegar Tree – Paul Osborn


  • High Spirits – Music, Book and Lyrics by Hugh Martin and Timothy Gray, Based on “Blithe Spirit” – by Noel Coward
  • A Loss of Roses – William Inge
  • Miss Lulu Bett – Zona Gale
  • Sabrina Fair – Samuel A. Taylor



  • Beyond Therapy – Christopher Durang
  • Caught – Bernard M. Kahn
  • Member of the Wedding – Carson McCullers
  • Paris Bound – Philip Barry


  • All the Way Home – Tad Mosel based on “A Death In The Family” by James Agee
  • A Delicate Balance – Edward Albee
  • A Little Night Music – Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by Hugh Wheeler
  • Visit To A Small Planet – Gore Vidal


  • The Boys Next Door – Tom Griffin
  • I Never Sang for My Father – Robert Anderson
  • No Time for Comedy – S.N. Behrman
  • Portrait of Jennie – Adaptation by Enid Futterman and Dennis Rosa, Music by Howard Marre, Lyrics by Enid Futterman


  • The Chalk Garden – Enid Bagnold
  • The Price – Arthur Miller
  • Stepping Out – Richard Harris
  • Tusitala – James Prideaux


  • Betrayal – Harold Pinter
  • Lute Song – Sidney Howard and Will Irwin
  • The Middle Ages – A.R. Gurney
  • Tete A Tete – Ralph Burdman

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  • Breaking Legs – Tom Dulack
  • The Hasty Heart – John Patrick
  • She Loves Me – Book by Joe Masteroff, Music by Jerry Bock, Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
  • The Road To Mecca – Athol Fugard


  • California Suite – Neil Simon
  • Kiss Me Kate – Book and Lyrics by Samuel Spewack, Music by Cole Porter
  • The Real Thing – Tom Stoppard
  • Trains – Barbara Lebow


  • Ain’t Misbehavin’ – Richard Maltby, Jr. and Fats Waller
  • Quartermaine’s Terms – Simon Gray
  • The Cocktail Hour – A.R. Gurney
  • Charley’s Aunt – Brandon Thomas


Main Stage:

  • Blithe Spirit – Noel Coward
  • Breaking the Code – Hugh Whitemore
  • Camping With Henry and Tom – Mark St. Germain
  • Sweet and Hot: The Songs of Harold Arlen – Conceived by Julianne Boyd, Music by Harold Arlen

Unicorn Theatre:

  • Amphitryon – Heinrich von Kleist
  • Love and Anger – George Walker
  • Mississippi Nude – John Reeves


Main Stage:

  • Brimstone – Mary Bracken Philips and Patrick Meegan
  • Two for the Seesaw – William Gibson
  • Breaking the Silence – Stephen Poliakoff
  • Golf With Alan Shepard – Carter Lewis

Unicorn Theatre:

  • The Baltimore Waltz – Paula Vogel
  • The Game of Love and Chance – Marivaux
  • Mad Forest – Caryl Churchill


Main Stage:

  • Cowgirls – Mary Murfitt and Betsy Howie
  • The Fox – Alan Miller
  • Kafka’s Wick – Allan Bennett
  • 13 Rue de l’Amour – Mawby Green and Ed Feilbert

Unicorn Theatre:

  • Four Dogs and a Bone – John Patrick Shanley
  • The Illusion – Tony Kushner
  • Keely and Du – Jane Martin


Main Stage:

  • Free Fall – Marc Alan Zagoren and Sandy Duncan
  • Hay Fever – Noel Coward
  • Jitta’s Atonement – George Bernard Shaw
  • Visiting Mr. Green – Jeff Baron

Unicorn Theatre:

  • L-Play – Beth Henley


Main Stage:

  • Four of a Kind – Anton Chekhov
  • Good Company – Sheldon Harnick
  • Over the River and Through the Woods – Joe Di Pietro
  • Woman in Mind – Alan Ayckbourn

Unicorn Theatre:

  • Quills – Doug Wright
  • Wilder, Wilder – Thornton Wilder


Main Stage:

  • Desire Under the Elms – Eugene O’Neill
  • An Empty Plate in the Café Du Grand Boeuf – Michael Hollinger
  • High Spirits – Music, Lyrics and Book by Hugh Martin and Timothy Gray,Based on ‘Blithe Spirit’ by Noel Coward
  • Transit of Venus – Maureen Hunter

Unicorn Theatre:

  • Life’s A Dream – Pedro Calderon de la Barca
  • The End of the World – Roman Paska
  • Secret Lives Of The Sexists – Charles Ludlam


Main Stage:

  • The Crucifer of Blood – Paul Giovanni
  • Moby Dick – Rehearsed – Orson Wells
  • The Batting Cage – Joan Ackermann
  • Lives of the Saints – David Ives

Unicorn Theatre:

  • Love’s Fire – Eric Bogosian, William Finn, John Guare, Tony Kushner, Marsha Norman, Ntozake Shange, Wendy Wasserstein
  • Shoot the Piano Player – Richard Corley
  • Conviction – Eve Ensler
  • Starr’s Last Tape – Richard Lingeman and Victor Navasky

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Main Stage:

  • Camelot – Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, Music by Frederic Lowe
  • Toys in the Attic – Lillian Hellman
  • The Shadow of Greatness – Gary Socol
  • Say Yes! – Wally Harper and Sherman Yellen

Unicorn Theatre:

  • Best Kept Secret, A Dangerous Liaison in the Cold War – Katherine Houghton
  • Coyote on a Fence – Bruce Graham
  • The Einstein Project – Paul D’Andrea and Jon Klein


Main Stage:

  • H.M.S. Pinafore – by W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
  • Awake and Sing! – by Clifford Odets
  • The Smell of the Kill – by Michele Lowe
  • My Fair Lady – Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, Music by Frederick Loewe

Unicorn Theatre:

  • This is Our Youth – by Kenneth Lonergan
  • A Dream Play – by August Strindberg
  • Pound of Flesh – by Michael Bolus

Theatre for Young Audiences:

  • Alice in Wonderland – by Lewis Carroll, Adapted by Gray Simons
  • Just So Stories – Written by Rudyard Kipling, Adapted by Gray Simons



Main Stage:

  • Zorba – Book by Joseph Stein; Music by John Kander; Lyrics by Fred Ebb
  • Quartet – by Ronald Harwood
  • A Saint She Ain’t – Book and Lyrics by Dick Vosburgh; Music by Denis King
  • The Foreigner – by Larry Shue

Unicorn Theatre:

  • Dimetos – by Athol Fugard
  • Miss Julie – by August Strindberg
  • Holding History: Insurrection – by Robert O’Hara
  • Brownstone – by Josh Rubins, Peter Larson, Andrew Cadiff

Theatre for Young Audiences:

  • Monkey – Adapted from the Chinese Folktale by Gray Simons
  • The Magic Flute – Adapted from Mozart by Gray Simons



Main Stage:

  • Enter Laughing – by Joseph Stein, Adapted from the novel by Carl Reiner
  • The Stillborn Lover – by Timothy Findley
  • Talley’s Folly – by Lanford Wilson
  • Peter Pan – by J.M.Barrie, A new version by John Caird and Trevor Nunn

Unicorn Theatre:

  • American Primitive – William Gibson
  • Nijinsky’s Last Dance – by Norman Allen
  • The Who’s Tommy – Music and Lyrics by Pete Townshend
  • Assassins – Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by John Weidman


Main Stage:

  • Blues for an Alabama Sky – by Pearl Cleage
  • Heartbreak House – by George Bernard Shaw
  • The Miracle Worker – by William Gibson
  • The Misanthrope – by Molière, Translated by Richard Wilbur

Unicorn Theatre:

  • Floyd Collins – Music and lyrics by Adam Guettel, Book by Tina Landau
  • Herman Hesse’s Siddhartha, A Jungian Fantasy – Adapted from the Novel by Eric Hill
  • Eugene’s Home – by Kathy Levin Shapiro
  • It Goes Without Saying – Written by Bill Bowers



Main Stage:

  • Side by Side by Sondheim – Stephen Sondheim
  • Equus – Peter Shaffer
  • American Buffalo – David Mamet
  • Souvenir – Stephen Temperley

Unicorn Theatre:

  • I Do! I Do! – Book and Lyrics by Tom Jones, Music by Harvey Schmidt
  • The Father – August Strindberg, Translated, adapted by Anders Cato
  • Rat in the Skull – Ron Hutchinson
  • My Buddy Bill – Rick Cleveland

Theatre for Young Audiences:

  • Nursery Rhyme Cafe – E. Gray Simons II



Main Stage:

  • Amadeus – Peter Shaffer
  • Coastal Disturbances – Tina Howe
  • The Night of the Iguana – Tennessee Williams
  • The Heidi Chronicles – Wendy Wasserstein

Unicorn Theatre:

  • The Illusion – Pierre Corneille, adapted by Tony Kushner
  • Where Has Tommy Flowers Gone? – Terrence McNally
  • The Pilgrim Papers – Stephen Temperley
  • Via Dolorosa – David Hare
  • A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens, adapted by Eric Hill

Theatre for Young Audiences:

  • Mystery Sideshow 3…Way Out West – E. Gray Simons III
  • James and the Giant Peach – Roald Dahl
  • The Wizard of Oz – book and music by L. Frank Baum



Main Stage:

  • Love! Valour! Compassion! – Terrence McNally
  • One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest – Dale Wasserman
  • Morning’s At Seven – Paul Osborn
  • Mrs. Warren’s Profession – George Bernard Shaw

Unicorn Theatre:

  • The Glass Menagerie – Tennessee Williams
  • My Pal George – Rick Cleveland (Workshop Production)
  • Two-Headed – Julie Jensen
  • Educating Rita – Willy Russell
  • A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens, adapted by Eric Hill

Theatre for Young Audiences:

  • Cinderella – adapted by E. Gray Simons III
  • Alice In Wonderland – adapted by E. Gray Simons III
  • Aesop’s Network: Broadcasting Theatrical Fables – adapted by E. Gray Simons III



Main Stage:

  • Candida – George Bernard Shaw
  • The Book Club Play – Karen Zacarias
  • A Man for All Seasons – Robert Bolt
  • Noel Coward in Two Keys – Sir Noel Coward

Unicorn Theatre:

  • The Caretaker – Harold Pinter
  • Pageant Play – Mark Setlock and Matthew Wilkas
  • Waiting for Godot – Samuel Beckett
  • Eleanor: Her Secret Journey – Rhoda Lerman
  • A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens, adapted by Eric Hill

Theatre for Young Audiences:

  • Hercules – E. Gray Simons III
  • Around the World in 80 Days – Mark Brown, based on the novel by Jules Verne
  • Oliver! – book, music, and lyrics by Lionel Bart.  Based on the novel Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens


Main Stage:

  • Broadway by the Year – Scott Siegel
  • The Einstein Project – Paul D’Andrea and Jon Klein
  • The Prisoner of Second Avenue – Neil Simon
  • Ghosts – Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Anders Cato and James Leverett

Unicorn Theatre:

  • Faith Healer – Brian Friel
  • Candide – Music by Leonard Bernstein, book by Hugh Wheeler
  • Sick – Zayd Dohrn
  • Red Remembers – Andrew Gerhart

Theatre for Young Audiences:

  • The Wind in the Willows – adapted by E. Gray Simons
  • Peter Pan: The Musical – based on the play by J. M. Barrie
  • A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens, adapted by Eric Hill

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Main Stage:

  • The Last Five Years – Composed and Written by Jason Robert Brown
  • The Guardsman – Ferenc Molnar, translated by Grace I. Colbron & Hans Bartsch
  • Macbeth – William Shakespeare
  • A Delicate Balance – Edward Albee

Unicorn Theatre:

  • K2 – Patrick Meyers
  • Endgame – Samuel Beckett
  • Babes in Arms – Music by Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Lorenz Hart, Book by George Oppenheimer
  • No Wake – William Donnelly

Theatre for Young Audiences:

  • The Mummy’s Tale and other stories from the Great Beyond – E. Gray Simons
  • Annie – Book by Thomas Meehan, Music by Charles Strouse, Lyrics by Martin Charnin
  • A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens, adapted by Eric Hill


Fitzpatrick Main Stage:

  • Sylvia – A.R. Gurney
  • In the Mood – Kathleen Clark
  • Period of Adjustment – Tennessee Williams

Unicorn Theatre:

  • Moonchildren – Michael Weller
  • Dutch Masters – Greg Keller
  • Finian’s Rainbow – music by Burton Lane, book by E.Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy, lyrics by E.Y. Harburg
  • Birthday Boy – Chris Newbound

Colonial Theatre:

  • The Who’s Tommy – music and lyrics by Pete Townshend, book by Pete Townshend and Des McAnuff, additional music and lyrics by John Entwistle and Keith Moon
  • A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens, adapted by Eric Hill

Neil Ellenoff Stage:

  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – by the Brothers Grimm, adapted by Eric Hill


Fitzpatrick Main Stage:

  • A Thousand Clowns – Herb Gardner
  • Edith – Kelly Masterson
  • Brace Yourself – David Epstein

Unicorn Theatre:

  • The Puppetmaster of Lodz – Gilles Segal
  • A Class Act – music and lyrics by Edward Kleban, book by Linda Kline and Lonny Price
  • Homestead Crossing – William Donnelly

Colonial Theatre:

  • A Chorus Line – book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante, music by Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics by Edward Kleban,
  • A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens, adapted by Eric Hill

Neil Ellenoff Stage:

  • Pinocchio – by Carlo Collodi, adapted by E. Gray Simons III


Fitzpatrick Main Stage

  • The Lion in Winter – James Goldman
  • Same Time, Next Year – Bernard Slade
  • Anna Christie – Eugene O’Neil

Unicorn Theatre

  • The Jewish Jester: A Fable with Music – Daniel Klein
  • Extremities – William Mastrosimone
  • The Cat and The Canary – John Willard
  • Mary and Edith: Musings by Women a Century Apart – by Mary Mott (“From Where I Sit” segment) and Edith Wharton (“Roman Fever” segment, adapted by Eric Hill)

Colonial Theatre

  • Oklahoma! – Music by Richard Rodgers, Book and Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
  • A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens, adapted by Eric Hill

Neil Ellenoff Stage

  • Just So Stories – by Rudyard Kipling, adapted by E. Gray Simons III

Theatre for Young Audiences

  • Peter Pan – Music by Mark “Moose” Charlap and Jule Styne, Lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, Betty Comden, and Adolph Green, adapted from the play and novel by J. M. Barrie


Fitzpatrick Main Stage

  • The Mystery of Irma Vep – Charles Ludlam
  • Cedars – Erik Tarloff
  • A Hatful of Rain – Michael V. Gazzo

Unicorn Theatre

  • Benefactors – Michael Frayn
  • Design For Living – Noël Coward
  • Opera Weekend (“A Lover’s Tale,” “A Staged Presentation of ‘La Traviata,'” “The Paris Salon”) – Alexandre Dumas, Giuseppe Verdi, Charles Ludlam
  • Poe – Eric Hill

Colonial Theatre

  • A Little Night Music – Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by Hugh Wheeler
  • A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens, adapted by Eric Hill

Theatre for Young Audiences

  • Seussical – Music and Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, based on the books of Dr. Seuss


Fitzpatrick Main Stage

  • Death Trap – Ira Levin
  • Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune – Terrence McNally

Unicorn Theatre

  • Masha’s Seagull – Justin Scheuer
  • Thoreau or, Return to Walden – David Adkins
  • I Saw My Neighbor on the Train and I Didn’t Even Smile – Suzanne Heathcote
  • The Homecoming – Harold Pinter

Colonial Theatre

  • Bells Are Ringing – Music by Jule Styne, book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green
  • The Club – Book, lyrics, and music by Eve Merriam
  • A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens, adapted by Eric Hill

Theatre for Young Audiences

  • Mary Poppins – Music and lyrics by Richard M. Sherman, Robert B. Sherman, George Stiles, and Anthony Drewe, book by Julian Fellowes, based on the stories of P.L. Travers and the Walt Disney film


Fitzpatrick Main Stage

  • Cat On A Hot Tin Roof – Tennessee Williams
  • The Stone Witch – Steve Zuckerman

Unicorn Theatre

  • Fiorello! – Music by Jerry Bock, Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, Book by Jerome Weidman and George Abbott
  • Constellations – Nick Payne
  • The Bakelite Masterpiece – Kate Cayley

Colonial Theatre

  • Little Shop of Horrors – Music by Alan Menken, Lyrics by Howard Ashman
  • A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens, adapted by Eric Hill

Theatre for Young Audiences

  • Beauty and The Beast – Music by Alan Menken, Lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice, Book by Linda Woolverton


Fitzpatrick Main Stage

  • Children of a Lesser God – Mark Medoff
  • Arsenic and Old Lace – Joseph Kesselring

Unicorn Theatre

  • Million Dollar Quartet – Book by Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux
  • At Home at the Zoo (Zoo Story) – Edward Albee
  • Lost Lake – David Auburn

Colonial Theatre

  • A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens, adapted by Eric Hill

Theatre for Young Audiences

  • The Music Man – Book, Music, and Lyrics by Meredith Willson, Story by Meredith Willson and Franklin Lacey


Fitzpatrick Main Stage

  • Coming Back Like a Song! – Lee Kalcheim
  • The Petrified Forest – Robert E. Sherwood

Unicorn Theatre

  • Church & State – Jason Odell Williams
  • Hair – Book and Lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado, Music by Galt MacDermot
  • Sister Mary Ignatius Explains it all For You and The Actor’s Nightmare – Christopher Durang
  • Naked – Luigi Pirandello

Colonial Theatre

  • A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens, adapted by Eric Hill

Theatre for Young Audiences

  • Disney’s The Lion King, Jr. – Music and Lyrics by Elton John and Tim Rice, Additional Music and Lyrics by Lebo M, Mark Mancina, Jay Rifkin, and Hans Zimmer, Book by Roger Allers and Irene Mecchi
  • Tarzan – Music and Lyrics by Phil Collins, Book by David Henry Hwang


Fitzpatrick Main Stage

  • The Skin of Our Teeth – Thornton Wilder
  • What We May Be – Kathleen Clark

Unicorn Theatre

  • The Goat or, Who is Sylvia? – Edward Albee
  • Outside Mullingar – John Patrick Shanley
  • Working: A Musical – from the book by Studs Terkel, adapted by Stephen Schwartz and Nina Faso with additional contributions by Gordon Greenberg, Songs by Craig Carnelia, Micki Grant, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Mary Rodgers and Susan Birkenhead, Stephen Schwartz, and James Taylor
  • What the Jews Believe – Mark Harelik

Colonial Theatre

  • Rock and Roll Man: The Alan Freed Story – Book by Gary Kupper, Larry Marshak, and Rose Caiola, Original music and lyrics by Gary Kupper
  • Hershey Felder as George Gershwin Alone – Book by Hershey Felder, Music and Lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin
  • A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens, adapted by Eric Hill

Theatre for Young Audiences

  • Disney’s Aladdin, Jr. – Music by Alan Menken, Lyrics byHoward Ashman, Tim Rice, and Chad Beguelin, Book by Chad Beguelin
  • Shrek The Musical – based on the DreamWorks Animation Motion Picture and the book by William Steig, Book and Lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire, Music by Jeanine Tesori
  • Willy Wonka KIDS – based on the book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl, adapted for the Stage by Leslie Bricusse and Timothy Allen McDonald, Words and Music by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley

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Outside Under a Tent at The Unicorn Theatre

  • Bobbie’s Summer Series: Evening Performances – Misty Blues Duo, Billy Keane Solo, Wanda Houston with Rob Kelly, Bobby Sweet with Pete Adams & Abe Guthrie, Dancers of The Berkshires, Hannah Lynn Cohen and Jeremiah Blacklow
  • Bobbie’s Fall Series – Danielia Cotton, Hannah Lynn Cohen and Jeremiah Blacklow, Bernice Lewis, Berkshire Trio, Samirah Evans with Franz W. Robert, Benny Kohn Trio, db trio, Wanda Houston with Rob Kelly

Outside in the Courtyard at The Unicorn Theatre

  • Holiday Memories – Truman Capote, Staged Version by Russell Vandenbroucke

Outside Under a Tent at The Colonial Theatre

  • The Naughton Family in Concert – Greg Naughton, James Naughton, Keira Naughton, and Kelli O’Hara
  • Godspell – Conceived and Originally Directed by John-Michael Tebelak, Music and New Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, Originally Produced on the New York Stage by Edgar Lansbury, Stuart Duncan, Joseph Beruh
  • An Intimate Performance with Two-time Tony Award-winner Brian Stokes Mitchell – Brian Stokes Mitchell

Theatre for Young Audiences

  • Bobbie’s Summer Series: Saturday Morning Children’s Performances – David Grover, James Barry, Terry A La Berry & Friends


Unicorn Theatre

  • The Importance Of Being Earnest – Oscar Wilde’s much loved and exhilarating masterpiece, with its high comedy, witty dialogue and uncontrollable laughter
  • Susan Werner – Eclectic and charismatic singer and songwriter Susan Werner excites with her witty charm and diverse range of music.
  • Michael Fabrizio – Berkshire bred Nashville artist Michael Fabrizio performs an eclectic mix of Americana and rock
  • Mike Wartella – Broadway and Berkshire County’s own Mike Wartella hosts a night of folk rock, original music and Broadway favorites.
  • Jay Ungar and Molly Mason – Emmy-nominated musicians, Jay Unger and Molly Mason, charm audiences with their masterful storytelling.
  • Nina Simone: Four Women – Celebrate Ms. Simone’s lasting legacy in this provocative and personal musical journey.
  • Harlow Chamber Players – This talented group of young musicians makes chamber music exciting, accessible and inspiring to all ages.
  • Krishna Guthrie – Krishna Guthrie incorporates his own style while paying homage to his legendary family’s history in American folk music.
  • Dancers Of The Berkshire: Duos and Duets – A local dance collective presents a magical afternoon of duet performances encompassing a range of styles
  • Shirley Valentine – A warm and humorous journey focusing on life before and after a transforming holiday abroad.

Colonial Theatre

  • Harvest & Rust – Beloved Western Massachusetts-based musicians mark the 50th Anniversary of Neil Young’s widely acclaimed album, Harvest.
  • Ryan Montbleau – Singer-songwriter-guitarist Ryan Montbleau consistently delivers a dynamic folk experience fans won’t soon forget.
  • The Whiskey Treaty Road Show – A collaborative band that brings together five Massachusetts singer-songwriters in the vein of Americana, rock and roots.
  • Takin’ It To The Streets: The Doobie Brothers Tribute Show – The ultimate Doobie Brothers tribute show, featuring all of their iconic hits!
  • An Evening With Chris Thile – Multiple Grammy Award winner, Chris Thile, is a member of Punch Brothers and Nickel Creek, and a former NPR host.
  • An Evening With Tom Rush Accompanied by Matt Nakoa -Tom Rush’s impact on the folk-rock music scene has left its stamp on generations of artists.
  • KJ Denhert – KJ Denhert’s music is both a rich tapestry of urban folk & jazz that is unique and relevant for today.
  • Kelli O’Hara In-Person In The Berkshires – Tony Award winner Kelli O’Hara brings her radiant personality to the Berkshires in an evening of personal favorite songs.
  • Norm Lewis In Concert – In an evening filled with songs, Tony Award nominee Norm Lewis promises to leave audiences wanting more.
  • Carolee Carmello: My Outside Voice – With her powerhouse voice, three-time Tony Award nominee Carolee Carmello charms and delights.
  • Krysta Rodriguez: In Concert – Broadway veteran, Krysta Rodriguez brings her powerful voice and humor to her Berkshires concert debut.
  • Stephanie J. Block: Returning Home – Stephanie J. Block delivers an emotional performance celebrating her return home to the stage with her favorite music.
  • Kate Baldwin and Graham Rowat: Dressed Up Again – Broadway and BTG veterans, Kate Baldwin and Graham Rowat, entertain with favorite songs and tales of the stage.
  • An Evening With Rachel Bay Jones – Tony, Grammy and Emmy Award-winner Rachel Bay Jones shares stories and songs that have shaped her life and career.
  • J.P. Prescott’s Traveling Medicine Show – A modern take on old-time traveling tent shows featuring some of the most amazing performers the world has known.
  • Lez Zeppelin – One of the first and most exciting female rock bands to pay homage to Led Zeppelin.
  • Pittsfield City Jazz Festival – One of the most exciting big bands in jazz, The DIVA Jazz Orchestra plays hard-driving swinging Broadway Tunes.
  • Reelin’ In The Years – Comprised of world class touring and recording session musicians, Reelin in the Years celebrates the music of Steely Dan.
  • Bon Journey NY – Back by popular demand, BonJourneyNY blends the music of Bon Jovi and Journey playing all the hits that audiences love.
  • The Eagles Band – The oldest continuing performance ensemble in the Berkshires, The Eagles Band, performs a free concert.
  • The Linda Ronstadt Experience – Come out and revel in the songs that Linda Ronstadt brought to life so beautifully.
  • The Stompers – Legendary Boston rockers, The Stompers, make their first Berkshire County appearance in decades.
  • Rev Tor’s 25th Anniversary Jam – The 25th anniversary of The Rev Tor Band with special guests and surprises throughout the night.
  • Irving Berlin’s White Christmas: The Musical – This must-see holiday season classic is full of dancing, laughter and some of the greatest songs ever written!

Theatre For Young Audiences

  • The Wizard of Oz – The classic tale of four unlikely friends on a journey down the yellow brick road to the magical Emerald City.


The Unicorn Theatre

  • B.R.O.K.E.N code B.I.R.D switching – A woman represents a black teenager accused of murder forced to face truths about marriage, race and choices she’s made.
  • Songs For A New World – This moving collection of powerful Songs for a New World examines life, love and the choices that we make.
  • Beacon: A World Premiere Reading – Written and performed by Christine Lahti. Christine Lahti’s story of growing up in the 1950s amid the Patriarchy on steroids and how it affected her family.
  • Edward Albee’s Seascape – A middle-aged couple meets a pair of highly evolved lizards and both couples examine the meaning and significance of life.
  • The Things I Cannot Change: A Staged Reading in Collaboration With Roundabout Theatre Company – Two women recovering from recent traumas in their lives make an uneasy acquaintance as they cope with their issues.

The Colonial Theatre

  • The Machine Performs Pink Floyd – Americas top Pink Floyd show performs a diverse mix of Floyds extensive repertoire and makes every show an authentic experience.
  • The Guthrie Brothers – Scarborough Fair: A Simon and Garfunkel Experience – Through songs, stories, trivia and humor, Jeb and Jock pay homage to the music of Simon & Garfunkel.
  • The Black Legacy Project – Local musicians perform present-day interpretations of songs central to the Black American experience.
  • The Irish Comedy Tour – Four seasoned comedians give audiences a hilarious look at the high-spirited experience of being Irish in America.
  • Lonestar With Special Guests Whiskey City – Known for merging country roots with strong melodies, Lonestar has ten #1 country hits.
  • Moondance: The Ultimate Van Morrison Tribute Concert – This incredible show captures the Van Morrison cancer experience like no other.
  • Bennie & The Jets: A Tribute To Elton John – Relive the hits with Bennie & The Jets, the premier Elton John tribute band.
  • Tony Yazbeck – An emotional journey along lifes ups and downs told through classic show tunes, new standards and dazzling tap dancing.
  • Once – A guy who gave up on love and music and the girl who inspired him to dream again.
  • Smokey & Me: A Celebration of Smokey Robinson Featuring Charlie Brown – Tony Award nominee Charl Brown celebrates Motown legend Smokey Robinson performing Smokeys greatest hits and songs from.
  • Chita: The Rhythm Of My Life – Celebrate legendary Chita Rivera in a unique concert experience recreating signature moments from her career.
  • Dracula – Join us, if you dare, for an evening of thrilling terror when the legendary Dracula descends on the Colonial.
  • The Eagles Experience – A truly authentic tribute to the Eagles-one of the greatest bands of all time.
  • Gary Backstrom Band Performs “Frampton Comes Alive” – Paying tribute to Frampton Comes Alive!, one of the all time best live albums of the 1970s.
  • Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry – Eddie Montgomery honors Troy Gentrys legacy playing Montgomery Gentry hits, as well as songs from his new solo album.
  • The New York Bee Gees – Tribute band playing all of the Bee Gees classic 1970s disco hits as well as embracing their early works.
  • Susan Werner with Special Guest Erin McKeown – Eclectic and charismatic singer and songwriter Susan Werner excites with her witty charm and diverse range of music.
  • Rocky Horror Picture Show Hosted By Drag Queen Nancy Nogood – Lets do the Time Warp again at this screamingly funny, sinfully twisted salute to sci-fi, horror, B-movies and rock music.
  • BonJourneyNY – Back by popular demand, BonJourneyNY blends the music of Bon Jovi and Journey playing all the hits that audiences love.
  • One Last, Last Waltz With Rev Tor and Friends – One final performance of The Last Waltz LIVE featuring The Rev Tor Band and an all- star lineup of special guests.
  • The Wizards of Winter – Embark on a musical journey in search of the true meaning of the holidays with this rock opera band.
  • The Doo Woo Project – This holiday season, The Doo Wop Project will get you into the Spirit with holiday classics and contemporary hits.
  • Come Home For The Holidays: A Colonial Family Concert – Berkshire Theatre Group invites you back home to The Colonial Theatre with a very special concert for the whole family.
  • New Year’s Eve with Whiskey City – Join us this New Years Eve at the Colonial for a very special performance by Berkshire County’s Favorite Country-Rock Band.

Theatre For Young Audiences

  • Footloose – Kick off your Sunday shoes this show is pure fun and will make you want to get up and dance!
  • Magic Tree House: Dinosaurs Before Dark – A magical tree house transports children to the land of the dinosaurs in this adaptation of the best-selling book series.


The Unicorn Theatre

  • The Swindlers – A daughter inexplicably finds herself on a road trip with her con man father to acquire his stolen funds.
  • What the Constitution Means to Me – Boundary-breaking play that breathes new life into our Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of Americans.
  • Photograph 51 – An intriguing portrait of British scientist Rosalind Franklin and her often overlooked role in discovering DNA’s double helix structure.
  • The Smile of Her – World Premiere written and performed by Christine Lahti, narrating Lahti’s story of growing up in the 1950s amid the patriarchy on steroids and how it affected her family.
  • On Cedar Street – Book by Emily Mann, music by Lucy Simon & Carmel Dean, lyrics by Susan Birkenhead, and adapted from the novel Our Souls at Night by Kent Haruf. A joyful and inspiring story of second chances when two people come together to wrestle with the events of their lives.
  • Copenhagen – Written by Michael Frayn. A gripping exploration of the mysterious wartime meeting between two Nobel laureates to discuss the atomic bomb.
  • A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens, adapted by Eric Hill

The Colonial Theatre

  • Rev Tor’s 11th Annual Dead of Winter Jam featuring Dead Man’s Waltz & Friends – Hosted by Rev Tor’s Dead Man’s Waltz, this annual mid-winter celebration honors 58 years of Grateful Dead music.
  • Draw The Line: A Tribute to Aerosmith – Combining the same blues-based, hard rock sounds of Aerosmith, Draw The Line performs classic hits like “Walk this Way,” “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing,” “Dream On” and many others.
  • Tapestry, The Carole King Songbook – This show recreates the sound and vibe of a 1970s Carole King concert experience following her legendary album, “Tapestry.”
  • The Ivy League of Comedy Show – The members of The Ivy League of Comedy can be seen on late-night TV, Comedy Central and now on stage at the Colonial. Members include Andy Pitz, Kerri Louise, Shaun Eli.
  • The Berkshire Mountain Guitar Summit – A series of workshops, demos and a luthier’s expo in the Colonial’s lobby followed by a concert hosted by Rev Tor and featuring performances by a handful of the region’s most beloved guitar heroes.
  • The Young Dubliners with special guest Kilashandra – A celebration of St. Patrick’s Day with The Young Dubliners, an American rock band whose style is described as Celtic Rock.
  • Song and Dance! A Celebration of Women of the Berkshires – Highlighting Berkshire women in the arts, this show features performances by Gina Coleman, Olga Dunn Dance Co., Wanda Houston, Mary Ann Palermo and The All-Star Women’s Band, and many more of our region’s unsung female heroes in the art, business, social and medical communities.
  • Colin Mochrie Presents HYPROV: Improv Under Hypnosis – Improv Legend Colin Mochrie and Master Hypnotist Asad Mecci have joined forces bringing you a brand new, mind-blowing, side-splitting show.
  • Pittsfield CityJazz Festival – Featuring Emmet Cohen and his Trio with guest artist Houston Person.
  • Max Creek – One of Berkshire County’s favorite bands, always performing engaging, sculpting lengthy shows on-the-fly from their 200+ song catalog with rockers, ballads, deep jams and crowd sing-alongs.
  • Workin’ For a Livin’: The Huey Lewis and the News Tribute Show – This concert experience took the audience on an adventure back to the awesome 1980s when Huey Lewis and the News ruled the charts.
  • A Conversation with Ana Reyes, Author of The House in the Pines – During the event, Ana Reyes discussed her inspiration for the book, her writing process and the challenges of writing suspenseful fiction with Joe Donahue, host of WAMC’s The Roundtable.
  • David Sedaris – Sedaris is a master of satire and one of the most observant writers addressing the human condition today.
  • Tom Rush, Accompanied by Matt Nakoa – Tom Rush’s impact on the American music scene has been profound, having helped shape the folk revival in the ’60s, the folk-rock movement of the ’70s, and then the renaissance of the ’80s and ’90s.
  • Million Dollar Quartet – A once-in-a-lifetime musical evening bringing the audience into the recording studio with Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis & Carl Perkins.
  • The Secret Garden: Spring Version – This special encore presentation of The Secret Garden is as beautiful and spirited as the original three-time Tony Award nominated musical.
  • The Accidental Hero – A multi-media one-man show about a WWII American officer, Matt Konop, who miraculously liberates the Czech villages of his grandparents.
  • Ambrosia – Ambrosia treated the audience to a mesmerizing performance, showcasing their chart-topping classics such as “How Much I Feel,” “Biggest Part of Me,” and “You’re the Only Woman.”
  • Motor City Fever: A Musical Celebration of Motown – Audience members took a trip back in time to when the great songs of Motown ruled the charts with Motor City Fever.
  • Don Jovi: A One of a Kind Bon Jovi Concert Performance – Bon Jovi’s music came alive with complete authenticity and the most legendary and memorable music of all time.
  • Harvest & Rust: A Neil Young Experience – Beloved Western Massachusetts-based Musicians covered everything Neil Young and more.
  • Hershey Felder’s Beethoven: A Play with Music – Based on the original Aus dem Schwarzspanierhaus by Dr. Gerhard von Breuning, written and performed by Hershey Felder, the music of Ludwig van Beethoven.
  • Diego Mongue Band – With a trailblazing twist on the blues genre, the band defies conventions, captivating even the most entrenched blues enthusiasts.
  • The Olivia Show: A Tribute to Olivia Newton-John – Celebrating the magic, music and memory of Olivia Newton-John, The Olivia Show pays homage to her amazing career in music.
  • Dancing Dream: The Music of ABBA – Don’t miss this opportunity to slip on your platforms and sing to your favorite ABBA songs.
  • Felipe Salles’ New Immigrant Experience Concert – An emotional musical journey through beautiful orchestral textures, carefully developed motifs and intense solo features.
  • Sam Bush – 2023 Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame inductee, Multi Grammy Award Winner, Father of Newgrass and legendary bluegrass musician, known for his virtuosic skills on the mandolin, fiddle and guitar.
  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show – A screamingly funny, sinfully twisted salute to sci-fi, horror, B-movies and rock music.
  • Warren Miller’s All Time – An exploration of how snow sports have burrowed into our collective consciousness as an obsession and a way of life.
  • Guinevere – Experience the timeless music of Crosby, Stills & Nash with this female tribute capturing the essence of this iconic group.
  • Mutts Gone Nuts: Santa PawsA heartwarming and action-packed dog spectacular featuring eight world class stunt dogs.
  • The Wizards of Winter – Featuring former members of The Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Def Leppard, Rainbow, Alice Cooper, Blue Oyster Cult, along with Broadway and theater veterans, this 11-member ensemble takes audiences through a rock opera journey to find the true meaning of the holidays.
  • New Year’s Eve with Max Creek – Ringing in 2024 with a very special performance by one of Berkshire County’s Favorite Bands, Max Creek.

Theatre For Young Audiences

  • Disney’s Moana JR. – This coming-of-age story follows Moana as she sets sail to save her village and discover the truth about her heritage.
  • The Magic Tree House: Knights at Dawn – Based on the best-selling book series, Jack and Annie journey in their magical tree house to the middle ages and the time of chivalry.


The Unicorn Theatre

  • Dirty Laundry: A Staged Reading – Following the loss of her mother and discovery of her father’s infidelity, an adult daughter alternates between grief and anger.

The Colonial Theatre

  • Rev Tor’s 12th Annual Dead of Winter Jam featuring Dead Man’s Waltz & Friends – Hosted by Rev Tor’s Dead Man’s Waltz, This annual mid-winter celebration honored 59 years of Grateful Dead music and included a slew of special guests.
  • The Best of the ’70s – A timeless musical journey celebrating the greatest music of all time!
  • Changes in Latitudes – The ultimate tribute to the Mayor of Margaritaville, Jimmy Buffett.
  • Dawn of the Divas Dance Party with DJ BFG – A night of diva magic and where glitter met groove at The Colonial Theatre.
  • Zep & Co: A Tribute to Led Zeppelin & Bad Company – A full throttle rock show that unleashed the monumental hits that defined the era of two iconic arena rock legends
  • Andy Gross Live: Are You Kidding Me? Tour –  Touring show of Andy Gross, a triple threat performer who seamlessly blends comedy, magic and ventriloquism.
  • Leppard: The Def Leppard Experience Featuring Andrew Freeman with Special Guest Randy Cormier’s “Best of the ’80s” – A faithful recreation of one of rock’s most iconic bands and their legendary songs.
  • Running on Jackson: The Premier Jackson Browne Tribute Concert – A meticulously recreation of the electrifying experience of a Jackson Browne show, delivering his most cherished songs and more with astonishing precision.
  • River of Dreams: Tribute to Billy Joel – A magical concert Billy Joel’s timeless hits brought to life, creating an unforgettable evening of passion and perfection.
  • Pittsfield CityJazz Festival: From Rags to Riches to Duke, Featuring The Marcus Roberts Trio – The finale of the Pittsfield CityJazz Festival immersed the audience in the captivating performance of The Marcus Roberts Trio.
  • NECCA’s Circus Springboard: What to Do If Your Balloon Pops – A collaboration with The Berkshire Eagle and New England Center for Circus Arts. An enchanting, family-friendly circus extravaganza that reminded us all that life’s greatest challenges can lead to the most meaningful journeys.
  • Paula Poundstone – Live standup show of the smart, observational humor and legendary wit of the iconic comedian Paula Poundstone!
  • Diana Quetti – The homecoming concert of a Berkshires native that creates musical magic on stage.

Theatre For Young Audiences

  • Disney’s Frozen JR. – Disney’s Frozen JRunfolds the heartwarming story of true love and acceptance between sisters Anna and Elsa.
  • The Magic Tree House Merlin Missions: Winter of the Ice Wizard – Based on the Magic Tree House book Merlin Mission #4 Winter of the Ice Wizard by Mary Pope Osborne. A magical tree house transports Jack and Annie to the mythical Land-Behind-the-Clouds, a frozen kingdom of ice and snow, in this adaptation of the best-selling book series.

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