Pulitzer Prize winner David Auburn's Lost Lake will close out Berkshire Theatre Group's 2017 summer season.
Pulitzer Prize winner David Auburn's Lost Lake will close out Berkshire Theatre Group's 2017 summer season.
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Berkshire Theatre Group has announced the lineup set for its 2017 summer season.

The season will open with the Tony-nominated jukebox musical Million Dollar Quartet in the Unicorn Theatre (June 14-July 15), directed by James Barry.

Next in the Colonial Theatre will be Meredith Willson's The Music Man (July 6-August 6), directed by Travis G. Daly with music direction by Mark Gionfriddo. The production will feature over 100 Berkshire youth, as well as Rylan Morsbach, who was recently featured in BTG's off-Broadway transfer of Fiorello!

Edward Albee's At Home at the Zoo (Zoo Story) (July 19-August 26) will be next on the Unicorn stage, directed by Eric Hill and featuring David Adkins, Joey Collins, and Tara Franklin.

Coming to the Fitzpatrick Main Stage will be Joseph Kesselring's Arsenic and Old Lace (July 27-August 19), directed by Tony nominee Gregg Edelman.

Closing out the season on the Unicorn stage will be David Auburn's Lost Lake (September 28-October 22), directed by Daisy Walker. The play had its world premiere at Manhattan Theatre Club in 2014, starring Tracie Thoms and John Hawkes.

For tickets and more information about productions in the Unicorn Theatre, click here.

For tickets and more information about productions in the Colonial Theatre, click here.

For tickets and more information about productions on the Fitzpatrick Main Stage, click here.