Berkshire Theatre Group adds Graham Rowat, Brycen Katolinsky to summer actor roster


STOCKBRIDGE — Broadway actor Graham Rowat and 28-time Elvis Tribute champion Brycen Katolinsky have been added to the roster of actors be appearing this summer in productions at Berkshire Theatre Group's Stockbridge campus.

Rowat joins the cast of "Arsenic and Old Lace" — Fitzpatrick Main Stage, July 27-Aug. 19 — in the role of Mortimer Brewster, nephew to Abby (Harriet Harris) and Martha (Mia Dillon) Brewster. Also in "Arsenic and Old Lace" are the already announced Matt Sullivan, Katie Birenboim, Stephen DeRosa, Walter Hudson, Gerry McIntyre and Walton Wilson.

Featured in the Broadway revival of "Sunset Boulevard," Rowat is no stranger to BTG. He has appeared in "A Little Night Music" and "Bells Are Ringing" at BTG's Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield and last season in "Constellations" at the Unicorn Theatre.

Katolinsky will be playing Elvis Presley in " Million Dollar Quartet" — Unicorn Theatre, June 14-July 15. Also new to the previously announced cast are Bill Sheets as Johnny Cash and Colin Summers as Carl Perkins. As announced earlier, the cast also includes Jefferson McDonald as Jerry Lee Lewis, and Ben Nordstrom and Christy Coco, and new cast members Nathan Yates Douglass and David Lincoln

Katolinsky started performing at the age of 10 as an Elvis Tribute Artist and has won 28 championship titles. At just 15, he won in the adult division in Kitchener, taking the Non-Pro Grand Championship, as well as overall Champion. Brycen was the headliner in Lake George in 2014 at the Lake George Elvis Festival. Katolinsky lives in Ontario, Canada. While he is known for his tribute act of Elvis Presley, he also impersonates Tim Mcgraw, Robbie Robertson, Luke Bryan, Ritchie Valens and Jerry Lewis.

Tickets for Berkshire Theatre Group’s summer season are now on sale.

Ticket information is available by phone at 413-997-4444, online at, or in person at the Colonial Ticket Office, 111 South St., Pittsfield.

Ticket offices are open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Saturday; 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Sundays; and any performance day from 10 a.m. until curtain. 


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