Berkshire Theatre Group summer music series moves into fall
STOCKBRIDGE — Berkshire Theatre Group is continuing its Bobbie's Summer Series — outdoor afternoon entertainment on weekends, including jazz Sundays — into September and October.
Bobbie's Fall Series begins 2 p.m. Sept. 19 with New York City-based singer/songwriter Danielia Cotton, whose style is rooted in gospel with an emphasis on jazz, soul and rock, and continues Saturday and Sunday afternoons through Oct. 11 when the series ends with Wanda Houston with Rob Kelly: Celebrating The Diversity of Women of Jazz.
Seating will be under an open-air tent just outside the Unicorn Theatre patio. Patrons are advised to bring a lawn chair or blanket for use on the grass, as seating will be socially distanced on the lawn in accordance with all state and municipal safety guidelines.
A fall-inspired menu by KJ Nosh will be available for advance purchase and on site. Cider and donuts from Hilltop Orchards will be also available for purchase on site.
"We are moving into the fall with more entertainment on our beautiful grounds in Stockbridge," Berkshire Theatre Group CEO and artistic director Kate Maguire said in a statement. "We are thrilled to have been with you for 'Godspell,' our drive-in series and for relaxing and wonderful summer evenings by the Unicorn with exciting performers. Join us for more."
For audience safety:
- Temperature scans will be done for patrons at their point of entry.
- No-contact scanning stations for tickets will be placed at point of entry, spaced at least 6 feet f
- Patrons will be required to wear masks.
- One-way traffic patterns will be enforced.
Additional safeguards also will be in place.
Ticket information is available in person at the Colonial Theatre box office at 111 South St., Pittsfield; online at BerkshireTheatreGroup.org; or by phone at 413-997-4444. The ticket office is open 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Tickets for all front line workers are 50% off.
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