The theatre is a place to reflect on what it means to be human.
We look forward to opening our theatres outside this summer with Godspell under the tent at the Colonial
and concert series in Stockbridge and Pittsfield.
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Judy White, Paul Ballantyne, David Vaughan, and George Vogel in The Happiest Days of Your Life at Berkshire Theatre, 1960. Photo credit Louis Hansen. Judy’s Journey with Berkshire Theatre: When I arrived … Read On
(L to R): Billy Miles, S. N. Behrman, and Sidney Howard at the opening of Declassewith Ethel Barrymore, 1935. William “Billy” Miles was the Producing Director of the Berkshire Playhouse from … Read On
Matthew’s Journey with Berkshire Theatre: My first experiences with the Berkshire Theatre Festival date back to the summer seasons of 1966, ‘67, and ‘68. My father (Arthur Penn) and Bill … Read On
Watercolor of the Unicorn Theatre (before its 1990s renovation) by an unknown artist from the BTF archives. Fred’s Journey with the BTF: I began my association with the Berkshire Theatre … Read On
Pittsfield, MA— The Feigenbaum Foundation, widely-known for its respect and love of Pittsfield and the Berkshires, and Berkshire Theatre Group (BTG), a performance arts and education resource in Pittsfield and … Read On
President Obama Announces More Key Administration Posts WASHINGTON, DC – Today, President Obama announced his intent to appoint the following individuals to key Administration posts: Stephanie Cutter – Member, President’s Committee … Read On
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