The Berkshires



*Barrington Stage Theater
Award-winning theatre presents musicals/comedies/dramas. (413) 236.8888 Box Office; (413) 499.5446. 30 Union St., Pittsfield.

The Berkshire Fringe
Dynamic new works of theatre and dance by emerging artists. (413) 320-4175. The Daniel Arts Center, Simon’s Rock College, 84 Alford Rd., Great Barrington.

*Berkshire Theatre Festival
Founded in 1928, BTF presents world premieres, contemporary works and classics that speak to who we are in the world today. (413) 298.5576. 83 East Main St., Stockbridge.

*The Colonial Theatre
From Broadway to bluegrass, comedy to country, the Colonial is the Berkshire’s newest center for entertainment and arts year round in restored historic theater. Ticket Office (413) 997.4444. 111 South St., Pittsfield.

The Mac-Haydn Theatre
Celebrate American theatre with classic and contemporary musicals staged May-Labor Day. Intimate 350 seat theatre-in-the-round. (518) 392.9292. 1925 Rte. 203, Chatham, NY.


*Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
Year-round cultural center and restored historic theater presents classic films and live performances including music, theater, dance, family programs. Box Office (413) 528.0100. 14 Castle St., Great Barrington.

Main Street Stage
North Berkshire’s unique, intimate, professional year round theatre, located downtown in historic North Adams. A venue for new plays and playwrights. (413) 663.3240. 57 Main St., North Adams.

*Shakespeare & Company
The best of Shakespeare,the classics, and and new voices. Picnic on 30 acres. Free family shows. Performing all summer and into the fall. (413) 637-1199/Box Office (413) 637.3353. 70 Kemble St., Lenox.

The Theater Barn
Professional theater in the country. Broadway musicals and plays. Mid-June to mid-Oct. (518) 794.8989. 654 Rte. 20, New Lebanon, NY.

*Williamstown Theatre Festival
Tony Award-winning theatre offers performances each summer featuring the finest American actors. (413) 597.3400. 1000 Main St., Rte. 2 East, Williamstown.



*Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival
A National Historic Landmark for dance, featuring hundreds of performances and free events. “The hub & mecca of dancing in North America.” – Time. (413) 243.0745. 358 George Carter Rd., Becket.



Berkshire Museum’s Little Cinema
First-run independent and foreign film in air-conditioned theater, May-Oct. (413) 443.7171. 39 South St., Pittsfield.

Triplex Cinema
Presenting an exciting mix of independent, foreign and Hollywood films in downtown Great Barrington. (413) 528.8885. Movie Phone:( 413) 528.8886. 70 Railroad St., Great Barrington.

*Williamstown Film Festival
Late Oct. 9th season, honoring past achievements in cinema and showcasing the best new films on the American indie scene. (413) 458.9700. Williamstown.