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For the last day of Black History Month, we would like to highlight Felicia Curry (@thefeliciacurry), who starred as Nina Simone in BTG`s 2021 production of Nina Simone: Four Women.
An award-winning, DC-based actor and singer and Emmy-nominated host of PBS`s WETA Arts, Felicia has won numerous awards, including being named one of "DC`s Biggest Theatre Stars" by Washington Magazine and named one of "12 DC Stage Dynamos" by The Washington Post.
TOMORROW, March 1, dance like nobody is watching to iconic diva anthems at the Dawn of the Divas Dance Party at The Colonial Theatre!
If you enjoyed our 80s/90s Dancy Party and our other dance parties in the past, come join us again, as the legendary DJ BFG is BACK to spin the beats that will make you move and groove all night long! ✨
Limited tickets are available, so get yours today at berkshiretheatre.org.
LAST FEW DAYS to buy tickets for Zep & Co THIS SATURDAY, March 2, at The Colonial Theatre!
Combining the power of not one, but TWO legendary rock bands, prepare for an electrifying rock experience with Zep & Co as they merge the best of Led Zeppelin and Bad Company into an epic performance not to be missed!
Don`t delay! Purchase tickets today by visiting berkshiretheatre.org.
BTG is remembers with a heavy heart the life of R. Michael Miller, a beloved scenic designer that worked with us for many shows, including Souvenir (2005), Sick (2009), A Delicate Balance (2010) and Babes in Arms (2010). His talents and bright light will be missed, and we are honored to have worked with him over the years.
Coming to the Colonial on Saturday, March 9, prepare to be spellbound and mesmerized by Andy Gross, who is not only a comedian, but also a magician and ventriloquist with over 1 billion views of his viral magic videos! ✨
Captivating audiences across the country, his live shows are hailed as some of the best touring comedy magic spectacles today that must be seen to be believed.
Grab your tickets today at berkshiretheatre.org and prepare for an unforgettable evening of laughter and intrigue!
This week for Black History Month, BTG would like to highlight Lauren Ridloff (@laurenridloff), a deaf American actress who starred as Sarah Norman in BTG`s 2017 production of Children of a Lesser God, which transferred in April 2018 to New York City`s Studio 54 as the first Broadway revival of the play since 1980.
Her exceptional, emotional performance earned her a Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Play. Today, she is best known for her roles as Connie in the TV series The Walking Dead (2018-2022) and as Makkari, the first deaf superhero in the Marvel Comics Universe, in the film Eternals (2021).
Whether you’re a disco darling, a pop princess, or a soulful songstress, come join us at the Dawn of the Divas Dance Party on the Colonial stage on March 1! ✨
Bringing together divas from every era, DJ BFG will curate a playlist that spans the ages, blending everything from disco divas to pop queens with songs like Beyonce’s “Break My Soul,” Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way,” and Britney Spears’ “Toxic.”
Get your tickets today at berkshiretheatre.org and just dance like nobody’s watching!
Hailed as “The Next Best Thing to Def Leppard,” Leppard: The Def Leppard Experience, featuring Andrew Freeman and with special guest Randy Cormier’s “Best of the ’80s”, will hit the Colonial stage on March 16! 🎸🌟
Join Leppard as they faithfully recreate one of rock’s most iconic bands and their legendary songs, including “Rock of Ages,” “Photograph,” “Animal” and “Pour Some Sugar on Me.”
This week for Black History Month, BTG would like to highlight Gerry McIntyre (@mayorgerrymac), a performer, director and choreographer who has won widespread acclaim for choreographing BTG`s 2020 production of Godspell, the only Equity sanctioned show in the country at the start of Covid.
Gerry has worked on and off Broadway for a number of shows, including directing and choreographing Once On This Island and Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. He also directed the regional premiere of The Cher Show at Ogunquit Playhouse. Currently he is the Associate Artistic Director of the York Theatre.
BTG has had the honor of working with Gerry over the years on many productions, including My Fair Lady (2001), Side by Side (2005), The Who`s Tommy (2011), A Chorus Line (2012), Oklahoma! (2013), Godspell (2020), Nina Simone: Four Women (2021), Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (2021) and Songs for a New World (2022), and we are proud to welcome him back as the choreographer for our production of Mel Brooks` Young Frankenstein this summer at the Colonial.
BTG is once again offering BTG PLAYS! Summertime Classes for all students Grades 1-8 on our Berkshire Theatre Festival campus in Stockbridge and The Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield! In these extended day classes, students will participate in a variety of theatre games and activities and will rehearse and perform a short play. ☀️✨
To register for classes, please contact Allison Rachele Bayles at email@example.com or visit https://bit.ly/48jXZVK for more information.
Looking for a band that combines the power of not one, but TWO legendary rock bands?
On Saturday, March 2, prepare for an electrifying rock experience with Zep & Co. as they merge the best of Led Zeppelin and Bad Company into an epic, powerhouse performance. This full-throttle rock show unleashes the monumental hits and cherished deep cuts that defined the era of these iconic arena rock legends.
TOMORROW, as well as the second Saturdays in March and April, join the drummer for folk legend Arlo Guthrie, Terry A La Berry, for a musical kids concert series that will sweep your family off their feet! Terry A La Berry’s shows are not just concerts; they are immersive experiences where kids become part of the music-making magic 🎵🥁🎸
Availability is limited, so get your FREE tickets today at berkshiretheatre.org!
A week into Black History Month, BTG has been reflecting on the talented individuals in the Black community that we have had the honor of working alongside over the years.
Each Thursday for the rest of this month, we would like to shine a spotlight on a few of the many extraordinary Black creatives that continue to be a part of our story and have helped make BTG what it is today.
Stay tuned for our first Black History Month spotlight post next week! ✨