Berkshire Actors Theatre's 2012 Summer Season

Features Two John Patrick Shanley Plays

By: - Apr 02, 2012

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"A vibrant new theatre company" –– that's how Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright John Patrick Shanley described Berkshire Actors Theatre, an organization that hit the ground running last year with a critically-acclaimed debut featuring Shanley's Four Dogs and a Bone. Founded last year by Artistic Director Clover Bell-Devaney, BAT looks to build on its past success this summer with two Shanley plays performed in repertory, Doubt: A Parable and a revival of Four Dogs and a Bone, at the company's new summer season home, the Berkshire Museum. 

With a cast and crew that boasts accomplished area actors and directors with Berkshire ties, the season is shaping up to further cement the theatre company's reputation as a place for highly-professional, intimate productions. Now, following last month's official season announcement, BAT has just released an exciting trailer to promote its Summer Season. Want another reason to see a bright young theatre company that in its inaugural season was named a theatre to watch on both Gail Sez and The Berkshire Eagle's "Best of 2011" lists? Check out the video below: