In the tense lead up to the 2020 presidential election, playwright Rachel Lynett conjures three female American political leaders of the past to share their wisdom, perspective, and wry humor with VP candidate Kamala Harris.
WAM Theatre rents spaces at the local professional theatres for our productions. Most recently, we have been presenting our productions at Shakespeare & Company, 70 Kemble St, Lenox, MA 01240. Free parking is available.
Can WAM accommodate patrons with disabilities?
Absolutely! Please let us know your needs when you book your ticket so we can help make your visit as comfortable as possible. The Bernstein Theatre has a handicapped parking spaces near the door, a ramp to the theatre and we will remove theatre seats to accommodate wheelchairs on the front row. We can also provide assisted listening devices to patrons – these will be distributed by the ushers at the entrance to the theatre space and can be returned there when you leave. At this point we do not have the capacity for ASL-Interpreted, Sensory or Visually Impaired performances, but we are working towards it.
Are WAM Theatre productions suitable for children?
Since we are committed to stories of social justice, our plays often deal with mature subject matter and as such are not always appropriate for young children. For your convenience, we provide an age appropriate guide on our web-page for each show. Parents are also welcome to contact the WAM office and ask for a copy of the script to preview if they would like to decide for themselves if the play will be appropriate.