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And a Nightingale Sang

The Unicorn Theatre
6 East Street · Stockbridge · MA 01262
And a Nightingale Sang

Ticket sales for this production have been suspended until the state of Massachusetts moves into phase three next week. Please stay tuned for an announcement at that time.

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Set in England on the eve of World War II, the eccentric working-class Stott family live ration to ration, finding solace in romance, humor and their love for each other. Even as bombs fall around them, the eldest daughter Helen finds herself unexpectedly courted by a soldier-on-leave, and Joyce, the youngest, grapples with a new marriage. Hailed as “charming…lively and funny” by The New York Times, And a Nightingale Sang weaves a beautiful story of one family’s perseverance through uncertain times. Directed by Eric Hill (BTG: The Goat or, Who is Sylvia?; Naked; At Home at The Zoo).

Production Notes

by C.P. Taylor

directed by Eric Hill

at The Unicorn Theatre
The Larry Vaber Stage
BTG’s Stockbridge Campus, 6 East Street

Previews: Thursday, September 24 at 7pm and Friday, September 25 at 7pm
Opening/Press Night: Saturday, September 26 at 7pm
Closing: Sunday, October 18 at 2pm

Tickets: Preview: $45
Tickets: $52

Sponsored by: Massachusetts Cultural Council, The Shubert Foundation

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