Three world premiere plays and a revival of the musical
Opening the season will be a revival of "A Chorus Line," directed by Eric Hill and choreographed by Gerry McIntyre. The show runs July 2 to 21 and plays at BTF's Colonial Theater in Pittsfield.
Herb Gardner's "A Thousand Clowns"
will play July 16 to 28 at the main stage of the Berkshire Theatre Festival's main stage in Stockbridge. The comedy is directed by
Jayne Atkinson will star in a play about Presidential wife Edith Wilson, who commanded the
who grew up in
, will stage the premiere of
's new comedy
which will also run at the Stockbridge theater. The play, about a hurricane raining down on wedding plans, will run Aug. 14 to 25.
Opening the BTF's second stage, the Unicorn, is Giles Segal's "The Puppetmaster of Lodz," staged by Cato, running June 21 to Oct. 7.
Also at the Unicorn is the musical "A Class Act," based on the music, lyrics and life of Edward Kleban. The show runs July 10 to Aug. 4.
The workld premiere of William Donnelly's "Homestead Crossing,"will run at the Unicorn Aug. 7 to Sept. 1. Kyle Fabel directs.