Pittsfield Cooperative Bank Taps Vice President of Commercial Lending

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Brad Felix has been appointed to the position of vice president in the Pittsfield Cooperative Bank’s Commercial Lending Department. 

Felix, a seasoned veteran in commercial lending, joins the Pittsfield Cooperative with 15 years of experience in the banking industry working for Greylock Federal Credit Union.  

"The Pittsfield Cooperative Bank is elated to have Brad as part of our commercial lending team," said J. Jay Anderson, president and CEO. "His extensive lending background and broad knowledge of the Berkshire County market strengthens our core team as we work toward expanding our commercial portfolio."

As vice president of commercial lending, Felix will focus on expanding the commercial client base and offering flexible lending programs to area businesses. 

The Pittsfield Cooperative Bank's Lending Department is located at the main office, 70 South St. in Pittsfield. Offering competitive pricing and loan products. Felix, along with the rest of the Pittsfield Cooperative Bank’s dedicated team of lending professionals, will continue to provide the exceptional service and support that business clients have come to know and trust even during this extraordinary time.

 

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Berkshire Theatre Group to Present 'Godspell' Outdoors

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Theatre Group will produce "Godspell" this summer – the first musical in the United States to be approved by Actors' Equity Association in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The show will be presented outdoors in an open-air tent adjacent to The Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield, and is scheduled to run Aug. 6 through Sept. 4. Tickets will be available for purchase Tuesday, July 7, at noon. 

"We could not bear the thought of a Berkshire summer without live theater to support our community, so we jumped through every hoop to create a safe way to make this happen," said BTG Board of Trustees Co-President Lee Perlman. "I hope our production gives hope to the tens of thousands of theater professionals who are on the sidelines this summer. Theater is unstoppable and will be back”

Artistic director and CEO Kate Maguire said "Godspell" got the green light after BTG established a strict protocol to protect the health and safety of the audience, the performers and others involved in the show. 

"We have been working daily and in the true spirit of care and collaboration with Actors’ Equity Association for the past several weeks," she said. "Guided by Executive Director of Actors’ Equity Association Mary McColl and her extraordinary team, I have learned much about how to lead a theater in the new world. Our industry, which has been devastated by this global pandemic, will be served by their seriousness, data driven wisdom, and profound understanding of the need for artists to rebuild. 

"I am so proud that Berkshire Theatre Group, in its 92nd season will be authorized and granted the responsibility to produce the musical 'Godspell.'”

After careful consideration with the local and state government, Mayor Linda Tyer of Pittsfield and Actors’ Equity Association, BTG relocated "Godspell" from its original site at The Fitzpatrick Main Stage in Stockbridge to outside under a tent at The Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield.

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