BTG PLAYS! Schools and Scholarships

Berkshire Theatre Group is following all state and local guidelines for education-based programming and activities. BTG PLAYS! will resume as soon as allowed.

BTG PLAYS! In School Residency Class at Kittredge Elementary School, Hinsdale, MA., 2016. Photo by Courtney McLaren.

BTG PLAYS! Schools

In School Residency
  • Hoosac Valley Elementary  School – Adams, MA
  • Muddy Brook Regional Elementary School – Great Barrington, MA
  • St. Mary’s School – Lee
  • Richmond Consolidated School – Richmond, MA
After School Program
  • Hancock Elementary School – Hancock, MA
  • Capeless Elementary School – Pittsfield, MA
  • Morningside Community School – Pittsfield, MA
  • Conte Community School – Pittsfield, MA
  • Muddy Brook Regional Elementary School – Great Barrington, MA
  • Crosby Elementary School – Pittsfield, MA
  • Herberg Middle School – Pittsfield, MA
  • Reid Middle School – Pittsfield, MA
Touring Performances
  • Hoosac Valley Middle School – Cheshire, MA
  • Muddy Brook Regional Elementary School – Great Barrington, MA
  • St. Mary’s School – Lee, MA
  • Richmond Consolidated School – Richmond, MA
  • Williamstown Elementary School – Williamstown, MA
  • Hancock Elementary School – Hancock, MA
  • Morris Elementary School – Lenox, MA
  • The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art – Amherst, MA
  • The Colonial Theatre – Pittsfield, MA
  • Allendale Elementary School – Pittsfield, MA
  • Capeless Elementary School – Pittsfield, MA
  • Morningside Community School – Pittsfield, MA
  • Conte Community School – Pittsfield, MA
  • Crosby Elementary School – Pittsfield, MA
  • Williams Elementary School – Pittsfield, MA
  • Egremont Elementary School – Pittsfield, MA
  • Chicopee Public Library – Chicopee, MA
  • Emma L. Miller School – Savoy, MA
  • St. Bernard School – Enfield, CT
  • St. Agnes Academy – Dalton, MA

BTG PLAYS! Scholarships

The Richie duPont Award provides campers the opportunity to attend a BTG PLAYS! camp session.  

Performing Arts for Schools Scholarship Fund helps cover the cost for schools to send students on class field trips to experience live performances, such as the Ruth & Nicholas Boraski Fund and the Michael Vale Charitable Remainder Trust.

Year-Round Training Institute Scholarship supports seasonal interns and assistants in Acting, Production, and Administrative departments.  

The Jennie and James Maguire Scholarship was established to support an individual interested in gaining administrative and leadership skills at Berkshire Theatre Group.

The Karen Allen Award for Emerging Directors was established to support artists in pursuing a career in theatrical direction.

For information to apply for these scholarships, please contact:

Allison Rachele Bayles
Administrative Director of Education
allison@berkshiretheatre.org
413-448-8084 ext. 19

 

Acting Internship Masterclass with Keira Naughton, 2018.

Acting Internship Masterclass with Keira Naughton, 2018.

Acting Internship Masterclass with Danny Johnson, 2019.

Acting Internship Masterclass with Danny Johnson, 2019.

Acting Internship Masterclass with Gerry McIntyre, 2019.

Acting Internship Masterclass with Gerry McIntyre, 2019.

Acting Internship Suzuki Class with Tara Franklin, 2019.

Acting Internship Suzuki Class with Tara Franklin, 2019.

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