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Opened Jun 18, 2003
WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
The Berkshire Theatre Festival opens its Main Stage season with Enter Laughing, by Joseph Stein. Adapted from the novel by Carl Reiner, this comedy is about a young man trying to extricate himself from overly protective parents and two too many girlfriends, while struggling to meet the challenge of an insufficient amount of time and a dearth of acting talent. If the equation doesn't total up, the consequences do add up to an evening of hilarity. David (the young Carl) wants to be an actor, a Casanova, a man of the world. His parents want him to be a married druggist. Set in Depression-era Bronx, this cutting-the-cord, coming-of-age, Tony-Award winning comedy is directed by Scott Schwartz. There is a Talk-Back performance on Monday, June 23.
6 E Main St
Stockbridge, MA 01262
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