Berkshire Theatre Group’s 2014 Summer season offers a blend of Classic, Modern Plays [Berkshire on Stage]

During the course of a season, the Berkshire Theatre Group will offer performances on five different stages in the Berkshires.

During the course of a season, the Berkshire Theatre Group will offer performances on five different stages in the Berkshires.

From Berkshire Theatre Group comes news of their 2014 theatre plans.

“We are producing a full schedule of musicals, plays, and special theatrical performances for another wonderful summer in the Berkshires with a splendid cast and crew of talented artists from across the nation,” said Artistic Director/CEO, Kate Maguire. It includes, she said, “Six extraordinary plays: The Mystery of Irma Vep: A Penny Dreadful, Benefactors, Design for Living, A Hatful of Rain, including two world premieres: Cedars and POE and two wonderful musicals: A Little Night Music and Seussical highlight our schedule and make for an enjoyable mix of masterful and provocative classics and contemporary works. A special week-long performance of A Lover’s Tale spotlighting the works of Giuseppe Verdi, Charles Ludlam and Alexandre Dumas and performances by our summer apprentices, our 86th season will be memorable and entertaining for all.”

Tickets for season pass holders and members are exclusively available starting Friday, February 21 at 10am. Tickets are on sale to all on Wednesday, February 26 at 10am. Summer season passes are available for purchase at $175 for a four-show pass, $250 for a six-show pass, and $225 for a year-round all-stages pass.

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