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Aglet Theatre Company
Sheffield, MA

Bardavon Opera House
Poughkeepsie, NY

Barrington Stage Company
Pittsfield, MA

Berkshire Actors Theatre
Pittsfield, MA

Berkshire Fringe
Pittsfield, MA

Berkshire Playwrights Lab
Great Barrington, MA

Berkshire Theatre Group
Pittsfield & Stockbridge, MA

Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck
Rhinebeck, NY

Chester Theatre Company
Chester, MA

The Desultory Theatre Club
Torrington, CT

The Ghent Playhouse
Ghent, NY

Landmark Community Theater
Thomaston, CT

The Mac-Haydn Theatre
Chatham, NY

Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
Great Barrington, MA

Performance Spaces for the 21st Century
Chatham, NY

Powerhouse Theater
Poughkeepsie, NY

Shakespeare & Company
Lenox, MA

The Sharon Playhouse
Sharon, CT

Hudson, NY

Tangent Theatre Company
Tivoli, NY

The Theater Barn
New Lebanon, NY

Time & Space Limited
Hudson, NY

Warner Theatre
Torrington, CT

Walking the dog Theater
Ghent, NY

WAM Theatre
Lee/Lenox, MA

Williamstown Theatre Festival
Williamstown, MA

Theater Intelligence

Now – April 1
Christopher Isherwood’s Tony Award-winning musical is set amid the backdrop of 1930’s Germany as it begins to slide toward the Nazis. An American writer living in Berlin meets an eccentric dancer at a decadent and vulgar cabaret called The Kit Kat Club, and his life is changed forever. The Ghent Playhouse.

April 6 – April 15
The Lion in Winter
King Henry II invites his wife and three sons to spend the holiday with him. Henry wants his kingdom to stay untied after his death, but all three sons want to rule. Henry favors the youngest, while Eleanor favors the eldest. Who wins? Who loses? Who survives Christmas in Chinon? The Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck.

April 15
WAM Theatre’s “Fresh Takes” play reading series presents an American premiere from Stef Smith, one of Scotland’s most talked about playwrights. In Swallow, three strangers are about to face their demons head on. Balanced precariously on a tipping point, they might be able to save one another if they can overcome their urge to self-destruct. Six Depot Cafe, West Stockbridge. 3:30 p.m.

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