News & Articles

Berkshire Theatre’s Place in History

American Theatre at the start of the 20th century was characterized by a dichotomy between commercialized theatre (best exemplified by Broadway) and experimental theatre (best exemplified by the Little Theatre … Read On

Celebrating Black History Month at BTG

In honor of Black History Month, Berkshire Theatre Group is featuring some of the many talented black artists that have performed with us throughout over 90 years of theatre history! … Read On

Artist Profile: A. A. Milne

On this day in 1882, Alan Alexander Milne, better known as A. A. Milne, was born. Milne is best known for creating Winnie-the-Pooh, who has been delighting children for nearly … Read On

A Sweet Opening to a Seasonal Classic

A Christmas Carol Sweets Spectacular was the perfect pre-show reception for the opening night of BTG’s 13th Annual Community Production of A Christmas Carol! Revelers gathered together to taste the … Read On

Designing for the Fitzpatrick Main Stage

Historic buildings are beautiful, storied, and often filled with unique traits or unusual design. This can certainly be said of Berkshire Theatre Group’s Fitzpatrick Main Stage (formerly the Berkshire Playhouse) … Read On

Join Our Mailing List

Receive the latest BTG News, Updates, Special Offers, and more right to your inbox.

Subscribe
Plan Your Visit

Read our suggestions on where to dine, and where to hang your hat.

Get Started
Did You Know?
Just like NPR, Berkshire Theatre Group depends on the generous giving of its members!
Join Today!
We believe the performing arts can transform a community.
Learn More
Of the 16,000 Berkshire County school children, we serve 13,000 through our BTG PLAYS! Year-Round Educational Programs.
Learn More
Theatre is the place where we go to understand what lies in the human heart.
Learn More
BTG's buildings, on two campuses, in Stockbridge and Pittsfield are historic treasures.
Learn More
Berkshire Theatre Group believes that the creative arts are dependent on a free society that encourages freedom of speech and debate.
Learn More
Follow Us