Berkshire Theatre Group welcomes The Everly Siblings Experience through the Bird Dogs in the Colonial Theatre on Thursday, October 13 at 8pm.

About Berkshire Theatre Group

The Bird Dog’s Everly Siblings Experience is really a 90-minute entertainment of a few of the finest music ever with songs like, “Bye Bye Love,” Awaken Little Susie,” “Cathy’s Clown,” “All I Must Do Is Dream,” and so much more.

The Bird Dogs bring an authentic and youthful Everly Siblings experience to the level. The Zmed siblings, Dylan and Zachary, celebrate the genetic closeness so ever contained in the harmonies produced by Don and Phil Everly. Once the guitar grew to become electric, The Everly Siblings bridged the space between country and rock ‘n’ roll. With numerous hits and classics, The Everly Siblings inspired bands such as the Beatles, Simon and Garfunkel, The Kinks, Buddy Carol and lots of groups that make use of the mixture of two part harmony. Their career spanned 30 years plus they still influence artists all over the world.

The Colonial Theatre, founded in 1903, and Berkshire Theatre Festival, founded in 1928, are two earliest cultural organizations within the Berkshires. This Year, underneath the leadership of Artistic Director and Chief executive officer Kate Maguire, the 2 organization merged to create Berkshire Theatre Group (BTG). Berkshire Theatre Group’s mission would be to support wide varying artistic exploration and acclaimed performances in theatre, dance, music and entertainment. BTG’s celebrated stages reflect a brief history from the American theatre they represent an invaluable cultural source of the city. The Fitzpatrick Primary Stage, cataloged through the National Register of Historic Places, continues to be the place to find the Berkshire Theatre Festival since 1928. Nestled at a corner of Primary Street and Yale Hill Road in Stockbridge, this 318-seat theatre epitomizes summer time theatre for a lot of of their faithful patrons. The intimate 122-seat Unicorn Theatre in Stockbridge, is BTG’s home for brand new and experimental works, showcasing world premieres and reimagined classics. Built-in 1903 and declared a nationwide Historic Treasure in 1998, the 780-seat Colonial Theatre is really a cornerstone of Pittsfield’s revitalization. Re-opening towards the public in the year 2006 following a $21 million restoration, the Colonial works as a cultural source of the city. Found in the lobby from the Colonial, the 150-seat Garage is really a convertible space that works as a party area, stage for comedians, bands, theatre and much more.

Tickets are $20 and $35. Contact the Colonial Ticket Office at 111 South Street, Pittsfield by calling 413-997-4444, or online at world wide Ticket Offices are open Monday-Friday 10am-5pm, Saturdays 10am-2pm or on any performance day from 10am until curtain.

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