Field Trip Performances

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

Children arrive at the Colonial Theatre to see Story Pirates, 2016. Photo by Madelyn Gardner.

Education programs are a fundamental component of the Berkshire Theatre Group’s mission to serve our community. School field trips to our theaters allow students to experience diverse, educational and entertaining, programs that reinforce classroom curriculum, while fostering an understanding of and appreciation for the performing arts!

School field trips to our theaters allow students to experience diverse, educational, and entertaining performances that reinforce classroom curriculum while fostering an understanding of, and appreciation for, the performing arts! These productions are met by 1,300 schoolchildren from surrounding environs. Each year, BTG welcomes shows appropriate for Pre-K through 9th grades.

Book your field trip performance!

For more information, please contact:

Allison Rachele Bayles
Administrative Director of Education|
(413) 448-8084 x19
allison@berkshiretheatre.org

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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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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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