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Berkshire County’s tourist attractions have begun to see younger visitors, more year-round traffic, more digital guests and more interest in outdoor recreation.
“This is one of those iconic roles. It’s wonderful to get a chance to take her on,” says Corinna May, who plays the iconic Shirley Valentine.
Performances of Berkshire Theatre Group's "Shirley Valentine" begin Friday, Oct. 1 and run through Oct. 24 at the Unicorn Theatre in Stockbridge.
The Berkshire Theatre Group will welcome audiences back into the Colonial Theatre this fall with beginning with the Berkshire Blues & Brews Fest in October. The theater group also will continue welcoming patrons inside the Unicorn Theatre in Stockbridge this fall for a production of "Shirley Valentine."
STOCKBRIDGE — “Treat all trivial things seriously and all serious things with studied triviality,” Irish playwright Oscar Wilde said just befo…
PITTSFIELD — After losing all or much of last season because of the coronavirus pandemic, the leaders of five major Berkshire performing arts …
PITTSFIELD — It was the summer of canceled culture.
PITTSFIELD — Facing a second summer of uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, Berkshire Theatre Group is planning a smaller number …
Kate Maguire is CEO and artistic director of Berkshire Theatre Group which was created in 2010 as the result of a merger between Berkshire Theatre Festival in Stockbridge and The Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield. BTG comprises The Colonial Theatre and The Garage in Pittsfield and the Fitzpatrick Mainstage and Unicorn Theatre in Stockbridge.
Maguire graciously has taken the time to answer some questions about 2020 and what might lie ahead in 2021.