Shakespeare & Co.is a professional live theater company in the heart of the Berkshires, presenting a vibrant summer performance season featuring the works of Shakespeare in repertory with classic and contemporary plays.
As you enter the town of Lenox, the Shakespeare & Co. complex is located on Rte 7A, 70 Kemble Street.
The show sets up on the great lawn at the entrance and is visible to all passing traffic. You will be able to drive directly to your booth to set up, and there is plenty of parking for our guests.
Every day during the summer months, there is an influx of thousands of art and culture seekers touring the towns of Lenox, Great Barrington, Lee, Pittsfield, and North Adams.
Our shows are all located in highly visible locations.
Extensive ongoing marketing throughout the Berkshires will include billboards: May thru September, digital, including emails, social media, web-based advertising, print, radio, posters, and road signs.
The Berkshires - Cultural Mecca of the Northeast
The Berkshires has a long history of cultural sophistication. Artists began flocking here in the early 19th century, and by mid-century, the tradition of a Berkshire cultural bounty had taken hold.
The Diversity of mediums and styles displayed amongst the many museums is enviable to other culture-rich communities. From the extensive Impressionist collection at the Clark Art Institute and eclectic installations at Mass MoCA to the nostalgic illustrations of Norman Rockwell, the Berkshire community has earned its bragging rights as Cultural Mecca of the northeast.
It's About the Art!
Our festivals provide venues for talented artists to sell their original work to art enthusiasts who appreciate the opportunity to meet the artist, explore their work, commission a new piece of art, or purchase existing works.
All in an environment that's conducive to making great sales happen. We deliver more of the best in painting, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, fiber, and woodworking, and less of the things that get in the way, like loud music and sponsor booths.