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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

Stageworks/Hudson
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

November 25
You Can’t Toy with Death
The Comical Mystery Tour ensemble returns with another murder-mystery dinner theater program. On the Island of Nitwit Toys, five defective toys are vying for a slot that will get them into Santa’s bag. An emergency dinner session has been convened to make a recommendation. Jealousy, hidden secrets and retribution are in the air tonight. Ventfort Hall in Lenox, 5 p.m.

Dec. 1 – Dec. 17
It’s A Wonderful Life
On Christmas Eve, George Bailey, a small town man forgoing his big dreams to help others, is given the chance to see what his community would be like had he never been born. Based on Frank Capra‘s beloved holiday film. The Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck.

Dec. 9 – Dec. 22
A Christmas Carol

Celebrate the holidays with the whole family and revel in the joy and redemptive power of Christmas as told in the timeless tale of Ebenezer Scrooge, the infamous miser who is shown the error of his ways and reformed by four spirits. Journey back to Victorian England and experience the classic story filled with carols and the wonderment of the season. Berkshire Theatre Group at the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield. Special Community & Sensory-Friendly Performance: Dec. 13 at 7 p.m.

December 9
My Name is Susan & Songs for Charming Strangers

The Sundance Institute’s Theatre Program’s annual lab presents a work-in-progress showing of David Cale’s new monologue, where a married woman tells of the out-of-town sexual escapades that begin to take over her life. Selections from Songs for Charming Strangers features new, original songs composed to charm even the most elusive stranger. North Adams, 8 p.m.

Dec. 9 – Dec. 17
The Game’s Afoot (or Holmes for the Holidays)
In Ken Ludwig’s murderously funny thriller, Broadway star William Gillette has invited his fellow cast-members to his Connecticut castle for a weekend of revelry. But when one of the guests is stabbed to death, the festivities in this isolated house of tricks and mirrors quickly turn dangerous. Warner Theatre, Torrington.

Dec. 15–17
Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley
This costumed, staged reading revisits your favorite Pride and Prejudice characters as they gather for the holidays. Dependable Mary Bennet is growing tired of her role as dutiful middle sister in the face of her siblings’ romantic escapades. An unexpected guest sparks Mary’s hopes for love, but, is it meant to be? Shakespeare & Company’s Bernstein Theatre, Lenox.

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