• US Premiere

    Kamloopa: An Indigenous Matriarch Story

    by Kim Senklip Harvey
    Directed by Estefanía Fadul

    Presented live in the Berkshires October 7-24, 2021

    Streaming digitally November 1-7, 2021

    A hilarious transformation story.

    Winner of the 2021 Governor General’s Award for Drama

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  • 2020 Annual Report

    2020 Annual Report

    Despite all of the uphill battles this year has thrown at us, WAM is grateful for our 2020 team, artists, and supporters. We are SO proud of what we have accomplished together!

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  • WAM Accountability Plan

    In our accountability plan, we name the practices and behaviors of which we are now aware that have excluded, exploited, and misrepresented our BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) WAMily artists and community members, and we outline the measures we will be taking to repair that harm and to reduce and prevent future harm.

    We invite you to share this journey with us and to hold us accountable to the principles we say set forth in today’s accountability plan.


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  • A Statement from WAM




    Show up, Stand Strong, Stick Around

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    Theatre for Everyone

    WAM Theatre is a professional theatre company based on the ancestral homeland of the Mohican Tribe now known as Berkshire Country, Massachusetts, USA. Our VISION is to create opportunity for women and girls. We do that through our MISSION of theatre as philanthropy.

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    Support WAM Theatre

    Together we can use theatre to provide more jobs, higher salaries as well as make increased donations to those out there on the front lines working to benefit the lives of women and girls. Join us!

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  • Professional theatre artists WAM has provided with paid work 73% of whom identify as female
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