Barrington Stage Company Stage 2
36 Linden Street
Thursday, November 3 @ 8:00pm- Preview
Friday, November 4 @ 8:00pm-Opening Night
Saturday, November 5 @ 8:00pm
Sunday, November 6 @ 3pm (followed by a talkback)
Friday, November 11 @ 8pm –WAM SLAM*
Saturday, November 12 @ 8pm
Sunday, November 13 @ 3pm (followed by a talkback)
Friday, November 18 @ 8pm
Saturday, November 19 @ 8pm
Sunday, November 20 @ 3pm (followed by a talkback)
$20: Preview Price-Adults
$12: Preview Price-Students
10 tix for $15/each: Adult
10 tix for $10/each: Students
*WAM SLAM-This performance will be followed by a raffle/networking event post show with the cast in the Barrington Stage 2 Bar, sponsored by Mission Bar and Tapas. A perfect outing for groups, organizations and businesses. Contact Corissa Bryant at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info and to book your group tickets.
Call 1-800-838-3006 to purchase tickets. CASH/CHECK only for purchases at the door.
The Attic, the Pearls and Three Fine Girls
WAM Theatre will present ‘The Attic, the Pearls and Three Fine Girls’, a comedy collectively written by Martha Ross, Ann-Marie MacDonald, Jennifer Brewin, Alisa Palmer and Leah Cherniak, from November 3-20 at the Barrington Stage Second Space at 36 Linden Street, Pittsfield, MA. The beneficiary is the Berkshire United Way Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative. Learn more about the Initiative at www.berkshireunitedway.org.
“….a piece of theatre with warmth, humour, and irrestible broadness of heart” Ottawa Citizen
Jayne is a bi-sexual corporate shark, Jojo is a university professor obsessed with Brecht, and Jelly is an eccentric artist who loves boxes. A romp through the attic in the home of their recently-deceased father reminds the Fine sisters of their childhood and forces them to redefine their future together.
Due to the success of ‘The Attic, The Pearls and Three Fine Girls”, WAM Theatre was able to donate $1750 to our beneficiary for this production, The Berkshire United Way Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative! The gift presentation took place on Friday, December 16 at the Berkshire United Way Headquarters in Pittsfield, MA.
Kristen van Ginhoven, Artistic Director of WAM, with WAM Board Member’s Nick Webb and Jim Benson, make the gift presentation of $1750 to Kristen Hazzard, President and CEO of Berkshire United Way and Frank La Frazia, co-chair of the sexual education TPPI subcommittee, Nina Garlington, BUW Director of Resource Development, Pam Malumphy, co-chair of the TPPI Parental Engagement subcommittee, Jonah Slattery, BUW Executive Assistant and Karen Cole, Coordinator of the Pittsfield Prevention Partnership.
Barbara Cardillo (Jojo) Ms. Cardillo has been seen on stage at the Berkshire Theatre Festival, Boston Playwright’s Theatre, and is a founding member of Royal Berkshire Improvisation Troupe.
Karen Lee (Jelly) Ms. Lee’s Berkshire acting credits include The Wharton Salon, Shakespeare & Company, New Stage Performing Arts Center and Mixed Company.
Deann Simmons Halper (Jayne) Ms. Simmons Halper’s credits include work off Broadway in New York City, as well as locally with Sharon Playhouse and Barrington Stage Company.
Kristen van Ginhoven-Director
Corissa Bryant-Associate Producer
Juliana von Haubrich-Scenic Design
Arthur Oliver-Costume Design
Brad Berridge-Sound Design
Jeff Roudabush + Nick Webb-Lighting Design
Ryan Winkles-Fight Choreographer
Christopher Donovan-Stage Manager
Tina Padgett-Assistant Stage Manager
Emily Curro-Assistant Director/Dramaturge
Enrico Spada-Graphic Design