Colonial Theatre

Built in 1903, the historic Colonial Theatre is a leftover from a bygone era, a venue whose stage has graced stars from the past like John Barrymore and George M. Cohan, to contemporary superstars like Berkshires resident James Taylor. Closed in 1951, it was repurposed as an art supply store until its renovation back to its previous grandeur in the late 20th century, and now is a thriving center for the arts in the 21st century. Producer Tony Dunne and Videographer Mark Langevin pull back the curtain on the Colonial’s storied past.

Colonial Theatre