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Edward Albee's At Home at the Zoo (Zoo story)

First Preview: Jul 17, 2017

Opening Date: Jul 19, 2017

Closing Date: Aug 27, 2017

Running Time: 02:15

Edward Albee's At Home at the Zoo (Zoo story) Show Site Icon

Playing @

Berkshire Theatre Group

Box 797 Stockbridge , MA 01262

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"It's just that if you can't deal with people, you have to make a start somewhere. With animals. Don't you see? A person has to find a way of dealing with something. If not with people...something."

Edward Albee
's At Home at the Zoo (Zoo story) delves deep into the complex concept of human loneliness and social disparity. Directed by Eric Hill (BTG: The Homecoming, Thoreau or, Return to Walden; Poe), Edward Albee's At Home at the Zoo (Zoo story) joins Albee's classic play, The Zoo Story (1959), the classic play which launched Albee's sensational career, with its prequel, Homelife (2004) written 45 years later.
Age Guidance

Age Guidance: 16

Show Notes

Show Notes: 1 Intermission

Audience Advisory:

Performance at at The Unicorn Stage

Performance Schedule:



Eric Hill

Written by

Edward Albee

TDF Tickets Offers:

TDF member tickets:

Not currently available for this show

Listed atTKTS


Full-price tickets

$47 - $52


Directions Bus

Peter Pan Bus Lines – 800-237-8747

Directions Driving

From NY City and points south:Take Taconic State Parkway or New York Thruway to Mass Pike (I-90) headed eastTake Exit 2 in Massachusetts (Lee)Turn left from exit on Route102 West towards Lee/StockbridgeMain Stage is located on your right, approximately 5 minutes down the roadTo get to Unicorn, turn right at Route 7 North, approximately 1 minute past Main Stage, entrance will be on your left

Directions Subway

Amtrak offers service to Pittsfield on the Lake Shore Limited which runs between Boston & Chicago. 800-USA-RAIL

Assisted Listening System

Assisted Listening Devices (ALDs) are located at each theatre


Elevator at the Colonial Theatre only


All entrances to BTG’s stages are sloped and physically accessible.


Each theatre has Accessible Parking available for those who need it. These spaces are marked with appropriate signage. At the Stockbridge Campus, during the summer months, parkers will be available to help direct patrons as needed.


Each of BTG’s unique stages offer ADA Seating for every performance. The Colonial Theatre has two designated Gender-Inclusive restrooms (one located on the second floor and one located on the third floor).


Each of BTG’s stages offer ADA Seating for every performance


None on premises

Visual Assistance

A limited number of large-print programs are available at the Ticket Office for all BTG productions

Wheelchair Info

The Colonial Theatre offers ADA seating on all levels: Orchestra (first level), Balcony (second level), and Gallery (third level). Each floor is also equipped with a physically accessible restroom. The second and third levels can be reached by stairs or elevator. The Fitzpatrick Main Stage offers ADA Seating on the Orchestra level. There are also physically accessible restrooms on the orchestra level.There is only one level to The Unicorn Theatre, and most seats are accessible only by stairs.

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Public Transportation

Subway Icon

By Subway:

Amtrak offers service to Pittsfield on the Lake Shore Limited which runs between Boston & Chicago. 800-USA-RAIL

Bus Icon

By Bus:

Peter Pan Bus Lines – 800-237-8747