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“B.R.O.K.E.N Code B.I.R.D Change,” Tara L. Wilson Noth’s New Drama, has its world premiere at the Berkshire Theater Group Unicorn Theater in Stockbridge until July 9. Kimile Howard conducts this timely drama about a woman representing a Black teenager accused of murder. “B.R.O.K.E.N Code B.I.R.D Switching” was awarded the 2022 National Endowment of the Arts Grant. It was held at the Berkshire Theater Group Workshop before enjoying a sold-out limited run in Los Angeles. The piece goes back to BTG for its world premiere this summer season. For details:

“Ain’t Misbehavin”, the Tony Award-winning Fats Waller musical, spread the Barrington Stage’s rhythm until July 9th. Jeffrey L. Page directs and choreographs the musical revue that pays homage to Waller’s various songs, from “Honeysuckle Rose” to “Your Feet Are Too Big” and “Is Not a Business When I Do It.” For details:

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