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Barrington Stage's 2023 season 'a bridge between what the theater has been doing and where it is going'

Artistic Director Alan Paul's first season will feature a host of familiar artists, two world premieres and two musicals

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Barrington Stage Company has announced six of seven plays slated for it's upcoming summer season, the first to be led by new Artistic Director Paul Alan.

PITTSFIELD — Two world premieres, two musicals and a host of familiar artists are in store for Alan Paul’s first season as Barrington Stage Company’s new artistic director.

Paul’s maiden season begins May 24 with the world premiere of Mark St. Germain’s “The Happiest Man on Earth” in Barrington Stage’s 136-seat St.


Jeffrey Borak is The Eagle's theater critic. 

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