Dates & Times:

Friday, March 18 @ 7:30PM

Saturday, March 19 @ 7:30PM

Sunday, March 20 @ 2PM

Location: Unicorn Theatre (Berkshire Theatre Group) – 6 East St, Stockbridge, MA

Tickets: $20

Box Office Info: (413) 997-4444
Monday–Friday: 10am–5pm
Saturday: 10am–2pm
Performance days 10am–curtain



Workshop Production/Play in Development

Created and Performed by Rachel Siegel

Directed by Jayne Atkinson

Co-produced by Rachel Siegel and WAM Theatre

Based on personal experience and inspired by interviews with mothers of children with special needs, SPECIAL follows one woman’s journey after she discovers she is pregnant with a child with Down syndrome. SPECIAL is a funny, unstinting, and ultimately inspiring look into the complexities and possibilities of love.

WAM Advisory Board member Jayne Atkinson directs this funny, unstinting, and ultimately inspiring look into the complexities and possibilities of love. “I am very honored to be part of Special,” Atkinson said. “It is a humorous, poignant, at times dark journey – an eye of the needle experience that will move us all deeply.”

A portion of box office proceeds will be donated to the following organizations:

March 19 – Berkshire Festival of Women Writers

March 18 and 20- CATA and Whole Children

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Buy Tickets Read blog interview with Rachel Siegel

Rachel Siegel HeadshotRachel has performed widely in the Berkshires, New York, and abroad in theatre at venues such as Stageworks (Hudson); Shakespeare & Co.; Williamstown Theatre Festival; Berkshire Theatre Festival. She trained at RADA in the UK and performed there at The New End Theatre, Birmingham Rep, and The Royal Court. Her TV work includes Chappelle’s Show (3 episodes), Wit (HBO), and BBC Drama. Writing credits include Von Trapp Family Inn (premiered Boston Women in Comedy Festival 2013); So Sing Already! at the New End, London; I Heart Cory Booker (WAM/MOPCO 24-hour fest);

 JayneJayne has enjoyed a long and varied career as an actress, wife and mother. She has appeared in regional theatre, off-Broadway, and Broadway, and counts two Drama Desk, an Outer Critics Circle and Tony nominations to her name. She is best known on television for her long-running roles in 24, Criminal Minds, and the current Netlix original series House of Cards, and on film for her roles in Free Willy and Free Willy 2. Directing credits include Motherhood Out Loud and Can You Hear Me, Baby?, both for the BFWW. She runs Jadana Productions which specializes in entertainment development.