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Take in some live theater and see a Broadway show, play or musical at one of the well-known larger or quaint theaters in Massachusetts. When in Boston, visiting the Boston Opera House is a must, as the architecture and acoustics alone make every performance magnificent. The American Repertory Theatre (ART) in Cambridge and Boston University’s Huntington Theater both offer live comedies and classics on campus. When visiting Cape Cod, take in America’s oldest professional summer theater, and see a show at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis. See the stars take stage at Barrington Stage Company in Western Massachusetts, or visit the Colonial Theater in Pittsfield for live performances by the Berkshire Theater Group. Just north of Boston, catch acts from emerging playwrights at the Gloucester Stage Company, as well as some portrayals of older classics. Head to The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts in Worcester, now a National Register of Historic Places for more live performances not to be missed.
Explore western Massachusetts and visit Pittsfield. While you'll certainly have a range of exciting and impressive local attractions to experience in MA, be sure to add the Colonial Theater to your agenda. Built in 1903, the Colonial Theater went through a restoration project and was re-opened to the public in 2006. The Colonial Theater will be a highlight of your tour of the Berkshire Mountains.
The Colonial Theater seats 780 guests, with a stage boasting top of the line acoustics and charming gilded age architecture. When you visit the Colonial Theater, you'll be treated to performances by the Berkshire Theater Group, who seek to enrich the lives of locals and visitors through performances in music, dance and theatre. The Colonial Theater stage has also been graced by the legendary James Taylor.