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Harold Pinter's tumultuous "The Homecoming" at Berkshire Theatre Group

Powerful Pinter play gets superb production at BTG’s Unicorn Theatre
Theatre review by Roseann Cane

Harold Pinter’s plays make great demands on actors. Ideally, the hallmark “Pinter pause” or “Pinter silence” should be at least as communicative and rich as the spoken dialogue, if not more so. 648 more words


Tony Simotes and Kate Maguire break up

Simotes moves on
by Larry Murray

What is with Tony Simotes and his mysterious departures. It seems that just about a year ago he left Shakespeare & Company under mysterious circumstances and then this past Spring he was hired by the Berkshire Theatre Group as managing director and artistic associate, and hopes have been running high that he could signal some new directions for that veteran theatre company which has grown rather predictable in its programming. 268 more words


"Made in The Berkshires" Festival announces 2015 Schedule of Events

5th Annual Made in The Berkshires Festival Announces
Full Schedule of Events

Pittsfield, MA–Berkshire Theatre Group is pleased to announce that The Made in the Berkshires Festival will be held on October 23-25,at the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield, MA and the Unicorn Theatre in Stockbridge, MA celebrating the fifth year of this wonderful festival of local art and artists. 1,362 more words


Paul Poundstone is a master of stand-up comedy, member of Comedy Hall of Fame

Pittsfield, MA – Berkshire Theatre Group presents An Evening with Paula Poundstone on Saturday, September 26, 2015 at 8pm at The Colonial Theatre. With a history of making people laugh that stretches back almost half a century, she is known as a master of stand-up comedy. 294 more words


Last minute picks as curtain comes down on 2015 Berkshire Summer Theatre Season

The 2015 theatre season has been full of surprises, and this past Sunday the curtain falls not only on the Williamstown Theatre Festival, but on many of the major productions in the Berkshires. 718 more words


Full of heart, "Frankie and Johnny in the clare de lune" is well worth seeing

Karen Allen directs Terrence McNally’s Frankie and Johnny in the clare de lune
Theatre review by Larry Murray

In his play about a failed actress turned waitress and a short order cook who quotes Shakespeare, Terrence McNally has peopled his play… 754 more words


The Club

The Club by Eve Merriam will have a limited run at The Garage from July 31 to August 9. The Garage is part of the Berkshire Theatre Group and is next to the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.The play is a musical written my Merriam in 1976. 171 more words

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