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Directions

The Unicorn Theatre & The Fitzpatrick Main Stage Stockbridge, MA

Please note that while both the Fitzpatrick Main Stage (83 East Main Street) and the Unicorn Theatre (6 East Street) are housed on the same campus (and are within walking distance of each other) there are separate vehicle entrances for the parking areas for each theatre.

From Albany and points west:

  • Take NY Thruway to Mass Pike (I-90) headed east
  • Take Exit 2 in Massachusetts (Lee)
  • Turn left from exit on Route102 West towards Lee/Stockbridge
  • Main Stage is located on your right, approximately 5 minutes down the road; there will be parking lot attendants to guide you into the lot and into your parking space
  • To get to Unicorn, turn right at Route 7 North, approximately 1 minute past Main Stage, entrance will be on your right; there will be parking lot attendants to guide you into the lot and into your parking space

From Boston and points east:

  • Take Mass Pike (I-90) headed west
  • Take Exit 2 (Lee)
  • Turn left from exit on Route102 West towards Lee/Stockbridge
  • Main Stage is located on your right, approximately 5 minutes down the road; there will be parking lot attendants to guide you into the lot and into your parking space
  • To get to Unicorn, turn right at Route 7 North, approximately 1 minute past Main Stage, entrance will be on your right; there will be parking lot attendants to guide you into the lot and into your parking space

From NY City and points south: 

  • Take Taconic State Parkway or New York Thruway to Mass Pike (I-90) headed east
  • Take Exit 2 in Massachusetts (Lee)
  • Turn left from exit on Route102 West towards Lee/Stockbridge
  • Main Stage is located on your right, approximately 5 minutes down the road; there will be parking lot attendants to guide you into the lot and into your parking space
  • To get to Unicorn, turn right at Route 7 North, approximately 1 minute past Main Stage, entrance will be on your right; there will be parking lot attendants to guide you into the lot and into your parking space

The Colonial Theatre &
The Garage in Pittsfield

Parking

Many commercial lots, within a one-block radius, are available for parking after 5pm. On-street parking is free after 5pm and on weekends.

Guaranteed parking is available at the Crowne Plaza Hotel parking garage. This is a paid lot but parking is free to bar or dining room patrons. The lot can be accessed (if coming from the South) by turning left on Church Street in front of the Colonial and taking an immediate right. The lot is on the right. Or (if coming from the North) by turning right onto West Street and taking an immediate left into the Crowne Plaza main entry.

Directions From Major Roadways

From the North (Vermont)

Travel South on Route 7 until you reach Pittsfield and Route 7 becomes South Street.
The Colonial is on the left side of South Street, past the Crowne Plaza Hotel just after the rotary in the center of Pittsfield.

From the South (Hartford, CT)

  • Travel North on I-91 toward Springfield
  • Take Exit 14 to I-90 West toward Westfield/Albany
  • Take Exit 2 to Lenox/Lee/Pittsfield. Bear right off the exit ramp
  • Travel North on Route 20W through Lee and Lenox to Pittsfield
  • Once in Pittsfield, Route 20 becomes Route 7 ( South Street)
  • The Colonial is on the right side of South Street, just after the intersection of South and E. Housatonic Streets, and before the rotary in the center of Pittsfield.

From the South (New York, NY):

  • Travel North on I-87N
  • Merge onto I-90E toward Massachusetts
  • Take Exit 2 to Lee/Lenox/Pittsfield. Bear right off the exit ramp
  • Travel North on Route 20W through Lee and Lenox to Pittsfield
  • Once in Pittsfield, Route 20 becomes Route 7 ( South Street)
  • The Colonial is on the right side of South Street, just after the intersection of South and E. Housatonic Streets, and before the rotary in the center of Pittsfield

From the West (Albany, NY):

  • Travel East on Route 20 until you reach the intersection of Route 20 and Route 7 ( South Street)
  • Take a left onto South Street
  • The Colonial is on the right side of South Street, just after the intersection of South Street and Route 20, and before the rotary in the center of Pittsfield

From the East (Springfield and Boston):

  • Travel West on I-90
  • Take Exit 2 to Lee/Lenox/Pittsfield. Bear right off the exit ramp
  • Travel North on Route 20 through Lee and Lenox to Pittsfield
  • Once in Pittsfield, Route 20 becomes Route 7 ( South Street)
  • The Colonial is on the right side of South Street, just after the intersection of South and E. Housatonic Streets, and before the rotary in the center of Pittsfield

Transportation

Air Travel

  • Albany Airport, Albany, New York, 1 hour, 45 miles
  • Bradley International Airport, Hartford, CT, 90 minutes, 70 miles
  • Logan International Airport, Boston, MA, 2 ½ hours, 135 miles

Taxi Companies

  • Arrow Taxi -Pittsfield 413-499-4860
  • Rainbow Taxi -Pittsfield 413-499-4860 or 413-499-2527

Rail

  • Amtrak offers service to Pittsfield on the Lake Shore Limited which runs between Boston & Chicago.
    800-USA-RAIL

Bus

  • Bonanza Bus Lines – 800-556-3815
  • Peter Pan Bus Lines – 800-237-8747
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