Michael Berkeley

Michael Berkeley will present “No Tune Like a Show Tune” at Music Mountain. (He’s shown here with vocalist Juliana Davis.) (August 26, 2014)

The theater season kicks in big-time later this month, but if you need a show-tune fix right now — one that happily reminds you that summer is not quite over yet — head to Music Mountain on (where else?) Music Mountain Road in Falls Village on Saturday, Sept. 6.

That night at 6:30, Michael Berkeley presents his "No Tune Like a Show Tune" revue in Music Mountain's exquisite concert hall. Berkeley's a multi-threat theater guy, busy year-round as a performer, musical director, conductor and arranger. (He's shown here with vocalist Juliana Davis, from a previous Music Mountain show.) Berkeley's written some musicals himself, including a couple for youth theaters and (with Ray Roderick) the Irving Berlin revue "I Love a Piano."

"No Tune Like a Show Tune" promises to be "nostalgic" and "fast-paced." That's mountain music for you. The remaining three concerts in the 2014 Music Mountain summer season are the Dover String Quartet (with violist Roberto Diaz) Sept. 7, the bluegrass Tater Patch band Sept. 13 and the Cassatt String Quartet (with pianist Ursula Oppens) Sept. 14. Tickets are $30 for the classical shows, $27 for the showtunes or bluegrass. Information: 860-824-7126 and musicmountain.org.

MICHAEL BERKELEY presents "No Tune Like a Show Tune" at Music Mountain, Music Mountain Road, Falls Village, Saturday, Sept. 6, at 6:30 p.m. Tickets start at $27. Information: 860-824-7126 and musicmountain.org.