The premiere of a solo show with David Garrison as sportscaster Red Barber, actor Randy Harrison in a new adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s “Ghosts,” and Stephen DeRosa starring in Neil Simon’s “The Prisoner of Second Avenue” are part of the summer lineup for the Berkshire Theater Festival in Stockbridge, Mass.
Mainstage season kicks off June 19-27 with a transfer of presenter Scott Siegel’s New York Town Hall nostalgia concert series, “Broadway by the Year.” That’s followed by a revamped version of “The Einstein Project” by Paul D’Andrea and Jon Klein, helmed by Eric Hill, running June 30-July 18.
The Simon comedy, staged by Warner Shook, plays July 21-Aug. 8, followed Aug. 11-29 by “Ghosts,” adapted by director Anders Cato and James Leverett.
Second stage Unicorn Theater opens with Brian Friel’s “Faith Healer,” starring David Adkins, Colin Lane and Keira Naughton, May 21-July 4; followed by musical “Candide,” helmed by Ralph Petillo, July 7-Aug. 15; and Zayd Dohm’s “Sick” with Greg Keller, Aug. 18-Sept. 6.
Andrew Guerdat’s “Red Remembers,” starring Garrison (“Married … With Children”) and helmed by John Rando, wraps up the season Sept. 11-Nov. 1.