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Aaron Tveit and the cast of Company, 2017. PHOTO Daniel Rader.

CTOR TISTIC DIRE R A , D Y O B E JULIANN

2018

MAY 23–OCTOBER 21

The 2018 Season is dedicated to the memory of Bernard Wolfson for his vision and generosity.


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Our heartfelt thanks to the many sponsors who are making our 2018 Season possible! BOYD-QUINSON MAINSTAGE

ST. GERMAIN STAGE

Sponsored by Cynthia and Randolph Nelson

Sponsored by Sydelle and Lee Blatt

THE ROYAL FAMILY OF BROADWAY WORLD PREMIERE

TYPHOID MARY

MAY 23 - JUNE 16

Sponsored in part by Judy and Marty Isserlis

JUNE 7 – JULY 7

A Production of the Musical Theatre Lab Musical Theatre Lab Producers Sydelle and Lee Blatt

Sponsored by Judith Goldsmith

Sponsored by Drs. Judith and Martin Bloomfield

JUNE 21 - JULY 15

THE CAKE

A DOLL’S HOUSE, PART 2

Sponsored in part by Terry and Art Wasser & Richard Ziter, MD

Sponsored in part by Anne and Larry Frisman & Susan and David Lombard

Sponsored by Hal Kramer

Sponsored by Norma and Sol Kugler

Co-production with Ma-Yi Theater Company

AUGUST 3 – SEPTEMBER 1

JULY 20 - AUGUST 11

JULY 12 – 28

WEST SIDE STORY

Sponsored in part by Carole and Dan Burack & The Feigenbaum Foundation, Inc. Sponsored by Carla and Ed Slomin

THE GLASS MENAGERIE

THE CHINESE LADY WORLD PREMIERE

Sponsored in part by Audrey and Ralph Friedner Sponsored by Mary and Phillip Oppenheimer

WELL INTENTIONED WHITE PEOPLE WORLD PREMIERE

OCTOBER 3 – 21

Sponsored in part by Hildi and Walter Black & Arnold Kotlen Student Matinees Sponsored in part by The Dobbins Foundation & The Alpern-Rosenthal Foundation

AUGUST 16 - SEPTEMBER 8

Sponsored in part by Jude Sabot

Sponsored by Suzan Grandt and Stanley Kaplan

MELISSA MANCHESTER The Platinum Standard

The cast of Ragtime, 2017. PHOTO Daniel Rader.

AUGUST 13 Sponsored by Reba and Bruce Evenchik & Sheila and Hal Richman & Karen and Bob Youdelman

JOE ICONIS AND FAMILY TAKE OVER THE MAINSTAGE! SEPTEMBER 2

For information about sponsorships, please contact Development@BarringtonStageCo.org or call (413) 997-6115.

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YOUTH THEATRE AT THE BERKSHIRE MUSEUM Sponsored by Greylock Federal Credit Union

ROALD DAHL'S JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH JULY 26 - AUGUST 12

Sponsored in part by The Berkshire Eagle Sponsored by Renee and Steven Finn

MR. FINN’S CABARET SERIES Sponsored by Shirley and Ira Yohalem

TINA FABRIQUE

NEW SONGWRITERS CABARET JACOB FJELDHEIM & PAULIE PECORELLA JULY 13

JASON ROBERT BROWN JULY 29 & 30

Sponsored by Arleen and Shelley Weiner

BRANDON URANOWITZ AUGUST 5 & 6

Sponsored by Eda and Stephen Sorokoff

MARILYN MAYE

JUNE 3 & 4

AUGUST 19 & 20

NEW SONGWRITERS CABARET BENJI GOLDSMITH & STEFAN MELNYK JUNE 17

Sponsored by Cheryl and Michael Zaccaro

DARNELL ABRAHAM SEPTEMBER 21 & 22

CHARLES BUSCH JUNE 24 & 25

PLAY READING SERIES READING OF HENRIK IBSEN’S A DOLL’S HOUSE

Sponsored by Judith Goldsmith

JULY 1

JULY 2

Sponsored by Roz and Charles Stuzin

2018 MUSICAL THEATRE CONSERVATORY Sponsored by Sydelle and Lee Blatt

DAVID LUTKEN & THE SEAT OF THE PANTS BAND

READING OF FALL SPRINGS

A Production of The Musical Theatre Lab

AUGUST 30 & 31

JULY 3 & 4

Sponsored by The Gregory E. Bulger Foundation/ Gregory Bulger and Richard Dix

LESLIE KRITZER JULY 8 & 9

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Better Together Because Guardian is a mutual company, it is managed in the best interests of its owners — the policyholders. Mutuality allows the company to operate for the long term, guided by core values that ensure Guardian is doing the right thing for its customers. We’ve been delivering on our promises for more than 150 years to help companies, families, and people like you live life to the fullest. That includes providing high-quality jobs for the region and our continued support of outstanding local non-profits such as Barrington Stage Company that make the Berkshires such a special place.

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2018 has been quite a year! We have been busy getting ready for our 24th season, including three world premieres and the largest production we have ever done on our Mainstage (West Side Story with 26 performers!) but what you don’t see on our stages is the work we’ve been doing behind the scenes. At the Blatt Center we’ve installed new air conditioning, new roofing and most importantly, new outdoor lighting on every corner of our building. Mr. Finn’s Cabaret has an entirely new stage and lighting to get ready for our most fabulous cabaret season since it opened 7 years ago. At the Wolfson we have totally renovated 5,000 feet of the lower level for a temperature-controlled costume storage space and a room for our archives (getting ready for our 25th Anniversary in 2019). The Playwright Mentoring Project, our six-month program for underserved youth, culminated in performances of the students’ original plays in April in Pittsfield and North Adams, and our KidsAct! spring program focusing on commedia dell’arte techniques for youth had the largest attendance ever. We’ve also spent months in preparation for our West Side Story Community Project, where we are using songs from West Side Story to reach local youth and the challenges they face. We’re exploring through improvisations West Side Story songs such as “Officer Krupke” (police/youth relations), “America” (cultural differences explored in a Latino dance project) and “The Jet Song” (understanding gang conflicts). We’ve also created a Youth Council to advise us on the needs of local youth. Please know that what you see on the stage is just part of what excites all of us at Barrington Stage. We are always working to make your experience and those who live here year-round the best it can possibly be. Warmly,

Julianne Boyd Artistic Director

The Daughters in The Pirates of Penzance, 2016. PHOTO Kevin Sprague.

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FROM THE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Dear Patrons,


Presenting a little dramatic production of our own.

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I cannot think of a better way to say "time flies" than Barrington Stage Company will be celebrating its 25th year in 2019! It seems a short time ago that Julianne Boyd decided to start a new theatre in the Berkshires. On the other hand, looking back at the company history, a great deal has happened. ​Highlights include performing in the beginning wherever space was available and convenient, like the ​Macano Bar in Housatonic and Mount Everett Regional High School in Sheffield. Eleven years later, in a huge move, BSC acquired its own theatre on Union Street in Pittsfield, followed by the addition of the second stage on Linden Street. Last year, BSC moved its headquarters into the newly renovated Wolfson Center on North Street. While all this was going on, behind-the-scenes programs to serve the youth of the community were being developed, the Musical Theatre Conserva​tory​was founded and Mr. Finn's Cabaret was ​created. This has all come to pass because of the support of our marvelous audience and its interest in the work of the company. This past year Barrington Stage welcomed 58,500 patrons to nine stage productions and numerous concerts, cabarets and special events with over 285 performances in four venues in downtown Pittsfield. Will the next 25 years reap as many benefits for the Berkshire community? I think the answer will be a resounding "yes" because BSC always entertains, presenting exciting, provocative, excellent work, whether on the stage or in our education programs. This is why the public signs on - to keep the theatre thriving as it enriches our lives.

Many thanks. ​ ​S​ee you at the theatre,

Mary Ann Quinson Chair, Board of Trustees

Debra Jo Rupp and Chris Thorn in Kimberly Akimbo, 2016. PHOTO Scott Barrow.

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FROM THE CHAIR OF THE BOARD

Dear Patrons,


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Have a great season, Barrington Stage Company.

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Let’s assume that you are comfortable in your seat, have browsed our Playbill and are waiting for the show to begin. Do I have your attention? If so, I want to share my:

TOP TEN REASONS WHY THEATRE IS IMPORTANT 10. There is something wonderful about a theatre full of laughter. 9. There is something extraordinary when theatre provokes and inspires. 8. There is something astonishing when a production is innovative and fresh. 7. There is something magical when an actor’s performance transcends every expectation. 6. There is something profoundly beautiful when words captivate. 5. There is something comforting when friends experience theatre together. 4. There is something transformative when theatre informs and educates. 3. There is something dynamic about a theatre that explores and challenges social change. 2. There is something remarkable about a theatre that becomes an integral part of a city. 1. Great theatre is unforgettable! I believe you will experience all 10 this season at our Mainstage and St. Germain theatres. Come frequently, bring a friend, contribute to our Annual Fund and savor the unforgettable. Thank you for your continued support and enjoy the show!

Marita O’Dea Glodt President, Board of Trustees

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FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD

Dear Barrington Stage Company Patrons,


GET TO KNOW BARRINGTON STAGE COMPANY JULIANNE BOYD (Artistic Director) co-founded Barrington Stage Company in January 1995. She has directed many productions at BSC. Last summer, Ms. Boyd directed the acclaimed production of Company starring Aaron Tveit. In 2016, she directed two world premieres: Christopher Demos-Brown’s American Son, which won the LaurentsHatcher Award for Best New Play of 2016 by an emerging playwright, and the musical Broadway Bounty Hunter by Joe Iconis, Jason SweetTooth Williams and Lance Rubin. Other productions include the world premieres of Mark St. Germain’s Best of Enemies, Dancing Lessons and Dr. Ruth, All the Way, and the critically acclaimed revival of Goldman and Sondheim’s Follies. In 1997, she directed BSC’s smash hit production of Cabaret, which won six Boston Theater Critics Awards and transferred to the Hasty Pudding Theatre in Cambridge for an extended run. Boyd conceived and directed the Broadway musical Eubie!, a show based on the music of Eubie Blake which starred Gregory Hines and garnered three Tony nominations. She also co-conceived and directed (with Joan Micklin Silver) the award-winning Off Broadway musical revue A…My Name Is Alice (Outer Critics’ Award) and its sequel A…My Name Is Still Alice. Over the past thirty-five years she has worked extensively in New York and regional theatres. In 2000, Ms. Boyd created the Playwright Mentoring Project, BSC's underserved youth program that won the prestigious Coming Up Taller Award in 2007. This award, given by the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, is the nation's highest honor for after-school and out-of-school programming. In 2015, the Playwright Mentoring Project, along with BSC's other outstanding education programs, won the Commonwealth Award for Creative Youth Development. From 1992 to 1998, Ms. Boyd served as President of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers, the national labor union representing professional directors and choreographers in the U.S. She holds a Ph.D. in Theatre History from CUNY Graduate Center. She and her husband Norman have three grown children. BRANDEN HULDEEN (Artistic Producer/Director of New Play Development). From 2008-2016, Branden was the New Works Director and Festival Producing Director at the National Alliance for Musical Theatre where he produced the Festival of New Musicals, managed the National Fund for New Musicals and Writers Residency Grants, and oversaw all of the New Works and Festival programs for NAMT, as well as consulted on, spoke about and advocated for new works development internationally. Prior to NAMT, Branden worked in education at TDF, house managed the Vineyard Theatre Off Broadway, and produced for NYU, SPF, NYMF and FringeNYC.He holds B.S. and M.A. degrees from NYU. He sits on the board of Downtown Pittsfield, Inc. and happily lives with his husband in a house within walking distance of the theatres. 413.236.8888 Box Office 12

MAGGIE LAMEE (General Manager) comes to Barrington Stage after 15 years as General Manager for Allied Integrated Marketing. Prior to that she was the Director of Finance for Global Health Strategies and General Manager for Jeffrey Finn Productions. Maggie was also the Lead Producer and General Manager for the Pump Boys and Dinettes Theatre in Branson, MO. She currently serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of The Center School, a progressive elementary and middle school in Greenfield, MA. Maggie moved to Northampton, MA with her partner and daughter five years ago from NYC and is very happy to have a yard for gardening, her favorite pastime. BarringtonStageCo.org


The cast of Ragtime, 2017. PHOTO Daniel Rader.

BSC'S MISSION Co-founded in 1995 by Artistic Director Julianne Boyd, Barrington Stage Company (BSC) is a not-for-profit professional theatre company in the Berkshires (MA) with a three-fold mission: to produce top-notch, compelling work; to develop new plays and musicals; and to find fresh, bold ways of bringing new audiences into the theatre, especially young people.

INVESTMENT IN PITTSFIELD Barrington Stage Company is the fastest growing arts venue in Berkshire County, attracting more than 58,500 patrons each year. BSC continues to gain national recognition for its superior quality productions and comprehensive educational programming. In its first 11 years, BSC operated from rented space at the Consolati Performing Arts Center at Mount Everett High School in Sheffield, MA. In July 2005, BSC purchased a 1912 vaudeville theatre in downtown Pittsfield, MA and in June 2007, BSC opened its doors to the Boyd-Quinson Mainstage, a completely renovated 520-seat, state-of-the-art theatre. In the spring of 2012, BSC purchased the former VFW building in Pittsfield, three blocks from the Boyd-Quinson Mainstage. The building, now called the Sydelle and Lee Blatt Performing Arts Center, houses the newly renovated 131-seat St. Germain Stage and Mr. Finn’s Cabaret, a 99-seat cabaret space in the lower level of the building. In 2016, BSC purchased a three-story administrative building on North Street, known as the Wolfson Center, in the heart of downtown Pittsfield. For the first time in the company’s history, all BSC offices, rehearsal spaces and classrooms are under one roof, including the costume shop and storage. This is the fourth building BSC has purchased in downtown Pittsfield. BSC has become an integral part of downtown Pittsfield’s economic revitalization. In 2009, the Massachusetts Cultural Council presented a “Creative Community” Commonwealth Award to the City of Pittsfield in recognition of its efforts to boost the creative economy in Massachusetts. ​Pittsfield is also one of the state's Gateway Cities–once-thriving mill and manufacturing towns and cities that offered residents good jobs and a gateway to the American Dream. The departure of major industries such as General Electric in the 1980s and 90s triggered a period of severe economic decline that Pittsfield is now only beginning to recover from. Today, the arts lead the economy. 413.236.8888 Box Office 13 BarringtonStageCo.org


PRODUCTION HISTORY

Cast of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, 2004 .

Barrington Stage has produced several awardwinning plays and musicals, beginning in its inaugural year with The Diary of Anne Frank, which won the Elliot Norton/Boston Theater Critics Award. In its third year, BSC won two Elliot Norton/Boston Theater Critics Awards and four Outer Critics Awards for its smash hit production of Cabaret, which moved to Boston and played an extended run at the Hasty Pudding Theatre.

Jay Armstrong Johnson, Tony Yazbeck and Clyde Alves in On the Town, 2013. PHOTO Kevin Sprague

In 2004, BSC developed and premiered William Finn and Rachel Sheinkin’s musical The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, which took Broadway by storm in 2005, capturing two Tony Awards (Best Book and Best Featured Actor), three Drama Desk Awards and numerous other awards. In 2009, BSC premiered Mark St. Germain’s Freud’s Last Session, which ran for more than ten weeks, becoming the longest-running play in BSC’s history before moving to New York, where it played Off Broadway for more than two years.

town. But this enchanted vision of a city that was— and of course never was—is worth catching…”

In June 2013, BSC produced Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden and Adolph Green’s On the Town, directed and choreographed by BSC Associate Artists John Rando and Joshua Bergasse. The production received rave reviews with Ben Brantley of The New York Times writing: “Normally, I wouldn’t tell citizens of the five boroughs to drive three hours to be told that New York is a helluva

In 2016, BSC produced a record-breaking season, sweeping the first Berkshire Theatre Awards, winning 20 of the 25 awards. The Pirates of Penzance and the world premieres of American Son and Broadway Bounty Hunter won Outstanding Productions in each of their respective categories.

The Broadway production opened in October 2014, ran for 11 months and received four Tony nominations, including Best Musical Revival.

In 2017, BSC won The Berkshire Eagle’s Best of the Berkshires Reader’s Choice for Best Live Theatre. (See page 30 for a full listing of BSC productions.)

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NEW WORKS INITIATIVE Since its inception in 1995, Barrington Stage (BSC) has produced 28 new works, 16 of which have moved on to New York and major regional theatres around the country. BSC believes that new work is the heart and soul of theatre. If theatre is to thrive and create meaningful and new experiences for audiences, then it is vital to support playwrights and their visions of the world we live in. BSC’s New Works Initiative takes a two-pronged approach – PlayWorks, spearheaded by Artistic Director Julianne Boyd and Director of New Play Development Branden Huldeen, supports the development of new plays while our acclaimed Musical Theatre Lab, overseen by Tony Awardwinning composer/lyricist William Finn and Artistic Director Julianne Boyd, develops new musicals. In both of these programs, BSC seeks artists whose unique voices speak to our audiences with relevant new plays and musicals. BSC hopes our new work will ask questions of the world we live in – questions that may not have answers but will begin a dialogue between the artists and our audiences.

Tamara Tunie in American Son, 2016. PHOTO Scott Barrow. Martin Rayner and Mark H. Dold in Freud's Last Session, 2009. PHOTO Kevin Sprague.

PLAYWORKS In 2000, Barrington Stage began producing new plays with Suzanne Bradbeer’s Full Bloom, but it wasn’t until 2003/2004 that our new works gained momentum with the world premieres of Mark St. Germain’s Ears on a Beatle, followed by his The God Committee, both of which moved Off Broadway. In 2009, Mark St. Germain’s Freud’s Last Session secured our place in the development of new plays because of its tremendous success with both critics and audiences. The world premiere of Dr. Ruth, All the Way, a play based on the life of Dr. Ruth Westheimer, starring Debra Jo Rupp and directed by Julianne Boyd, was a sold-out hit at BSC in 2012. Renamed Becoming Dr. Ruth, it ran Off Broadway in the winter of 2013. In 2016, BSC produced the critically acclaimed American Son, which had been commissioned the previous year. American Son won the prestigious Laurents-Hatcher Award for Outstanding New Play in 2016 and has been optioned for Broadway for a 2018-19 production. 413.236.8888 Box Office 15 BarringtonStageCo.org


MUSICAL THEATRE LAB Annie Golden & Alan H. Green in Broadway Bounty Hunter, 2016. PHOTO by Scott Barrow.

Annette O'Toole & Jeff McCarthy in Southern Comfort, 2013.

BSC’s commitment to new work is also seen in the acclaimed Musical Theatre Lab (MTL). MTL was created after BSC workshopped and premiered William Finn and Rachel Sheinkin’s The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (2004). As William Finn writes, “Musicals, when they are good, soar. But what seems effortless is only achieved through a painstaking, exacting developmental process...few people understand the complexity of the process because they don’t see the work being developed. They don’t see the talent of the unproduced.” MTL is a place for musical theatre writers to develop their work on all levels: from staged readings to workshops to full productions. Since its creation in 2006, 11 world premieres and 6 workshops of new musicals have been produced, and many have moved on to New York and around the country, most notably: • The critically acclaimed The Burnt Part Boys (2006), written by Nathan Tysen, Chris Miller and Marianne Elder, received a production at Playwrights Horizons in 2010. • See Rock City and Other Destinations by Adam Mathias and Brad Alexander was produced in 2008 and later played at the Transport Group in NYC. • In 2010, BSC produced The Memory Show by Sarah Cooper and Zachary Redler, which was later seen at the Transport Group in 2013. • The Black Suits by Joe Iconis and Robert Maddock received a workshop production at BSC in 2012 and received its world premiere at Center Theatre Group in Los Angeles. • In 2013, Southern Comfort, written by Dan Collins and Julianne Wick Davis and starring Annette O’Toole and Jeff McCarthy, opened to rave reviews and transferred to the Public Theater in NYC in 2016. • A Little More Alive (2015) by Nick Blaemire will soon be made into a motion picture. 413.236.8888 Box Office 16 BarringtonStageCo.org


THE BURMAN NEW PLAY AWARD Through the generosity of Bonnie and Terry Burman, Barrington Stage has created the Bonnie and Terry Burman New Play Award. The Grand Prize winner will receive $25,000, a developmental staged reading and a possible full production at Barrington Stage Company. Two runners-up will each receive $5,000 and a developmental staged reading at Barrington Stage. Submissions closed April 30, 2018. Winners will be announced in December 2018. The Burman New Play Award further establishes Barrington Stage’s commitment to supporting new plays and the playwrights who write them.

COMMISSIONS Each year Barrington Stage also commissions talented playwrights and musical theatre writing teams. We support the work from the very first idea for a play or musical through to a full production, giving the writers time and space to develop their work at Barrington Stage, if needed. The 2018 Commissions were awarded to: • Playwright Dipika Guha • Playwright Rachel Lynett • Musical Writing Team of Sukari Jones, Harrison David Rivers and Joel Waggoner (a musical based on Ty Allan Jackson’s The SupaDupa Kid)

BECOME A PART OF THE PROCESS

Supporting playwrights and musical theatre writers and their projects in development is some of the most challenging and exciting work we do. If you’d like to get involved in supporting or helping commission writers, please contact Jessica Provenz, Director of Development, at Development@BarringtonStageCo.org or 413-997-6110. Will Roland and Ben Platt in The Black Suits, 2012.

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GET TO KNOW OUR EDUCATION PROGRAMS

PMP participants

PMP mentors and participants, 2017.

The mission of BSC’s Education Department is to awaken the minds, imaginations and creative power of children and teenagers by providing opportunities for them to experience the joy of live theatre as performers, writers, technicians and audience members. Every year, 7,000 young people engage in the education programs at BSC as participants and audience members. BSC offers more than 250 classes and professional development sessions, and employs 40-50 teaching artists per year. As an extension of BSC’s mission statement, our education programs are rooted in developing the artist's voice and imagination through positive creative outlets.

PLAYWRIGHT MENTORING PROJECT (PMP) The Playwright Mentoring Project (PMP) is an intensive, six-month, out-of-school activity that uses theatre as a catalyst to help underserved youth learn valuable life skills that can aid them in developing positive self-images. PMP is offered at no cost to the students, and no audition is required. Over the course of the program, teens create an original performance piece based on their own stories in a safe and confidential environment. Throughout the six months, students develop confidence, learn to express themselves and create a supportive community together. BSC currently offers seven PMP groups: three in Pittsfield, three in North Adams and one courtmandated group where participation is a condition of probation and is overseen by the Juvenile Court of Berkshire County. PMP groups meet once a week after school for a two-hour session. During these sessions, the artistic team guides the groups through a series of trust exercises, theatre games, storytelling and most importantly, conflict resolution activities. These lead to exercises in scene writing and improvisations that, with the assistance of a playwright mentor, develop into a completed script.

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GET TO KNOW OUR EDUCATION PROGRAMS

KidsAct! performance, 2017.

In March, groups begin meeting for longer sessions each week to rehearse their performance piece. The sessions culminate in early April with a series of performances at local high schools, social service agencies and Barrington Stage Company. Every performance is followed by a talk back session led by the PMP cast. Our participants develop focus, discipline and strategies to tackle seemingly insurmountable problems. The conflict resolution skills introduced and reinforced by the program empower the young people to make positive, long-term life choices and to act as leaders among their peers.

KIDSACT! & TEENSACT! BSC has acclaimed theatre camps in the Spring and Summer. As an extension of BSC's emphasis on supporting the creation of original work, KidsAct! for youth 7-10 gives young students the opportunity to experience the process of devising and performing their own play. Due to the popularity of KidsAct! in 2017, we added a new program, entitled TeensAct!. TeensAct! was created for youth 11-14 and helps them to hone their performing skills. The students work on developing a monologue and a song that they can use for auditions in the area. Performance skills become the focus and they take the next steps toward professional theatre. Both KidsAct! & TeensAct! nurture young performers in a non-competitive and student-centered environment. BSC’s camps not only develop theatre skills but also build self-esteem, encourage collaboration, and help awaken each child's creativity. Each session culminates in a public performance on the last day. Need-based scholarships are available. No audition required. For more information, please contact Jane O’Leary, Interim Director of Education: Education@BarringtonStageCo.org.

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MTC participants


GET TO KNOW OUR EDUCATION PROGRAMS MUSICAL THEATRE CONSERVATORY (MTC)

PMP participants

MTC performance, 2017.

The Musical Theatre Conservatory (MTC) is an intensive 10-week pre-professional program that offers serious musical theatre students training in the areas of performance, direction and choreography. Students also have the opportunity to earn Equity points and train with top-level New York actors, directors and choreographers. The program is limited to 20 outstanding pre-professionals (performance, directing and choreography students) and guarantees individualized instruction and mentoring. Previous instruction and Master Class teachers have included Debra Jo Rupp (That 70’s Show), Marin Mazzie (Ragtime, Next to Normal), Jason Danieley (Candide, Curtains), Annie Golden (Hair, Orange is the New Black), Tony Yazbeck (On the Town, Gypsy), Pat McCorkle (Broadway Casting Director), and William Finn (Tony Awardwinning composer/lyricist, Falsettos), among others. Directing and Choreography students have the opportunity to assist professionals such as John Rando, Sheryl Kaller, Jenn Thompson, Julianne Boyd and Jeffrey Page.

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (PIP) The Professional Internship Program offers college students and recent graduates handson experience in the day-to-day operation of a professional theatre season. Each summer, internships are offered in stage management, arts management and administration, box office, education, lighting, sound, painting, carpentry and many more departments. Interns also take professional development classes in a wide range of theatre subjects.

OUR EDUCATION PROGRAMS ARE AWARD-WINNING BSC received the 2015 Massachusetts Cultural Council’s Commonwealth Award for Creative Youth Development for its range of quality educational programs. In 2007, BSC's Playwright Mentoring Project was awarded the Coming Up Taller Award from the President's Committee on the Arts & Humanities, the nation's highest honor for after-school programs in the arts and humanities. 413.236.8888 Box Office 20 BarringtonStageCo.org


GET TO KNOW OUR EDUCATION PROGRAMS The cast Bye Bye Birdie, 2017. PHOTO Justin Allen.

YOUTH THEATRE Now in its 21st year, Youth Theatre is designed to extend the professionalism of our Mainstage to local youth. Under a professional director and choreographer, students mount a full-scale musical theatre production that is presented 7-8 times a week for a 3-week run. Cast members also have the opportunity to engage in numerous community outreach activities and take master classes with industry professionals. The Youth Theatre program teaches discipline, fosters collaboration and provides an opportunity for Berkshire youth who are passionate about the arts to receive professional training and mentorship.

STUDENT MATINEE/SCHOOL RESIDENCY PROGRAM In the fall, approximately 2,000 junior high and high school students have the opportunity to participate in a thematic in-school workshop with a teaching artist and then attend a play and talk back with the cast and creative team at Barrington Stage Company's Mainstage. Teachers also receive study guides with information and in-class activities related to the play. BSC provides subsidized tickets for students to attend our fall show. We also offer free in-classroom, pre-show workshops for many of the students.

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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT Community is all-important to Barrington Stage. We have a community of artists who have been working with us and sharing their talents with our audiences for many years. Coming back year after year, our Associate Artists (see pg. 24) make significant contributions to the theatre. We strive to make Barrington Stage an artistic home for this community of talented actors, writers, designers and musical directors, as well as a home for our community of staff, students, interns and educators.

THE WEST SIDE STORY PROJECT In 2018, BSC introduced the West Side Story Project. In partnership with BSC’S newly formed Youth Council, BSC is finding ways to make the events in this groundbreaking musical come alive to the students today, whether it’s the relationship of teens with police and other authority figures (“Officer Krupke”), acculturalization (“America”) or gang prevention (“The Jet Song”).

This commitment to community extends to the residents of Pittsfield. Barrington Stage has been in the forefront of community engagement since moving to Pittsfield in 2006. Our goal is to deepen our connection to residents and families through our ongoing education and outreach programs as well as our productions. We aim to make theatre accessible to all and to create programs that foster engagement, especially to the underserved. We believe a theatre company cannot exist separately from the community it serves and are proud to be active members of the Pittsfield community.

DID YOU KNOW... • BSC serves 70—80 underserved youth each year in our award-winning Playwright Mentoring Project (PMP). Over 1,500 students attend PMP performances. • BSC engages over 85 Berkshire County students who participate annually in Youth Theatre and KidsAct!. These performances are seen by more than 3,000 people.

Peggy Pharr Wilson and Dina Thomas in Joy Ride, 10X10 New Play Festival, 2018. PHOTO Scott Barrow.

• In 2016, Barrington Stage presented Christopher Demos-Brown’s American Son, which was the impetus for a weekend symposium on race and bias. It also played to more than 2,000 high school students who participated in talk backs with the actors and creative staff. • In November 2016, Artistic Director Julianne Boyd was the first recipient of the Larry Murray Award, given by the Berkshire Theatre Critics Association to the individual whose work best advances the social and community issues in the Berkshires. • In 2017 Barrington Stage held a symposium titled "The Immigrant Experience In Berkshire County" during its production of Ragtime. • BSC created the 10X10 New Play Festival and was one of the two major forces to put together the 10x10 Upstreet Arts Festival, which now draws more than 6,000 patrons to events in downtown Pittsfield each February. • BSC offers many opportunities to see our shows at an affordable price, so that we can reach the broadest audience possible (see Audience Services). • This summer, BSC is engaging younger audiences with the Peach Poster Contest in conjunction with Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach and the broader community with The Great Berkshire Bake Off and The Cake.

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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PARTNER WITH BSC –WAYS TO BECOME INVOLVED Ticket revenue covers only half of BSC’s operating expenses; the remaining 50% is raised through contributed support and additional earned revenue, much of which comes from our valued business partners. BE A BUSINESS PARTNER

By becoming a business partner you are investing in our theatre, our community and your business. Business partners demonstrate a commitment to the community by supporting BSC’s work on stage. Business Partners receive valued benefits and exposure as well as tailored partnerships.

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ADVERTISE IN OUR SEASON PLAYBILL By purchasing an ad in our Season Playbill, you are investing in the continued growth of the arts in the Berkshires as well as the growth of your business. In addition to exposure in the Playbill, advertisers receive benefits including complimentary tickets to BSC productions. Contact: Marketing@BarringtonStageCo.org BECOME A SPONSOR Sponsorships provide an even higher level of exposure. Gain additional coverage for your business by collaborating with BSC as a sponsor. You can become a sponsor by supporting a production at BSC with opportunities from $5,000 - $35,000. Contact: Development@BarringtonStageCo.org

COMMUNITY AND THE ECONOMY: THE BIG PICTURE BSC has helped to revitalize downtown Pittsfield by creating a vibrant cultural district and drawing visitors who patronize local businesses. BSC is making a significant investment to the Pittsfield economy by owning four buildings, including the 28,000 square foot Wolfson Center, the Boyd-Quinson Mainstage, the Octagon House and the Sydelle and Lee Blatt Performing Arts Center, which houses the St. Germain Stage and Mr Finn’s Cabaret. BSC patrons spend $5 million annually in the Berkshires. BSC has a local economic impact of more than $8.1 million annually. BSC has invested approximately $9 million in capital projects since moving to Pittsfield in 2006. BSC employs 20 full-time, year-round residents of Berkshire County and over 275 seasonal employees with an annual payroll exceeding $2 million. BSC spends more than $350,000 on local housing rentals annually. BSC purchases over $600,000 of services and supplies from local merchants and businesses every year.

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BSC ASSOCIATE ARTISTS Associate Artists are integral members of the Barrington Stage Company family who have made extraordinary contributions to the theatre. They have helped the theatre accomplish its mission, both by collaborating on top-notch productions at BSC and by fostering a close relationship with the community. Associate Artists are part of the artistic team and help by suggesting plays and musicals to be produced, by developing new work on both the Boyd-Quinson Mainstage and St. Germain Stage and by consulting with the Artistic Director on various projects, both artistic and educational. FIRST ROW Joshua Bergasse, Choreographer; Joe Calarco, Director; Jennifer Caprio, Costume Designer SECOND ROW Darren R. Cohen, Music Director; Mark H. Dold, Actor; Gretchen Egolf, Actor; Vadim Feichtner, Music Director THIRD ROW William Finn, Composer/Lyricist, Artistic Producer of BSC’s Musical Theatre Lab; Christopher Innvar, Actor/Director; Renee Lutz, Production Stage Manager; Jeff McCarthy, Actor FOURTH ROW Pat McCorkle, CSA, Casting Director; Scott Pinkney, Lighting Designer; Brian Prather, Scenic Designer; John Rando, Director FIFTH ROW Debra Jo Rupp, Actor; Mark St. Germain, Playwright; Charlie Siedenburg, Press Director; Elizabeth Stanley, Actor

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GET TO KNOW BARRINGTON STAGE COMPANY BOARD OF TRUSTEES Marita O’ Dea Glodt, President Mary Ann Quinson, Chair Julianne Boyd, Artistic Director Rosita Sarnoff, Vice President Sydelle Blatt, Secretary Ira Yohalem, Treasurer Carole Burack | Bonnie Burman | Warren Dews, Jr. | Chris Dodig | Reba Evenchik | Ralph Friedner Sherwood Guernsey | Arnold Kotlen | Rhoda Levitt | Robert Petricca | Sheila Richman Robert K. Rosenthal, M.D. | David B. Schulman | Laurie Schwartz | Mark St. Germain | Roz Stuzin David Tierney | Eleanore Velez | Robert Youdelman | Michael Zaccaro

BOARD EMERITI Kathleen Chrisman | Marilyn "Mike" S. Faust | Jeananne Hauswald Harris | Marcie Imberman James M. Lamme III | James A. Lapenn | Heather Nolin | Roberta Olsen Jude Sabot | Marion Simon | Richard Solar | Reid White | Eileen Young

COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD Rabbi Josh Breindel | Paula Consolini | Dan Dillon | Lisa Donovan | Ann Gallo Judy Grinnell | Nancy McIntire | Meghan McGrath | Jake McCandless Marian Raser | Alex Reczkowski | Betsy Selkowitz | Lauren Spitz | Chief Michael Wynn

DEPARTMENT HEADS & STAFF CAROL CHIAVETTA (Director of Marketing & Communications) Prior to joining BSC, Carol was CMO of Blue Man Productions, where she developed and oversaw all marketing initiatives. Carol worked at Disney Theatrical where she worked on The Lion King, Aida, and Beauty and the Beast. Her work has encompassed many Broadway and Off Broadway companies and productions including but not limited to Manhattan Theatre Club, where she worked to successfully launch Manhattan Theatre Club’s Biltmore Theatre, Baz Luhrmann’s La Boheme, Avenue Q and On the Town. Carol is happy to be in the Berkshires as Marketing Director for Barrington Stage Company. JANE O’LEARY (Interim Director of Education/Director of the Playwright Mentoring Project) Jane earned her Masters in Applied Theatre at CUNY School of Professional Studies. Having studied Drama as an undergraduate at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Jane studied at Stella Adler Studios as well as Playwrights Horizons. A former teacher and director at Gotham City Improv, Jane has performed, produced and directed countless Improv shows in NYC at Gotham City Improv, The Magnet, Upright Citizen’s Brigade and The PIT. As a teaching artist, Jane has worked with the Creative Arts Team (NY), Broadway Classroom (NY), NYC Children’s Theater (NY) and Mosholu Montefiore (NY). A member of Actor’s Equity, Jane has performed in many productions regionally and in NYC. 413.236.8888 Box Office 25 BarringtonStageCo.org


GET TO KNOW BARRINGTON STAGE COMPANY MARTIN MANSFIELD (Director of Institutional Giving/Associate Director of Development) Since earning a B.A. from Columbia University and a J.D. from Fordham Law, Martin has traveled from the courtroom, to the stage, to the nonprofit arts world. During a 15-year legal career, Martin worked at several law firms in NYC including Clifford Chance and Simpson Thacher where he advised clients concerning insurance, antitrust and music law matters. Later, he studied voice at the Manhattan School of Music and has performed at the Aspen Music Festival, Symphony Space, Lincoln Center and the 92nd Street Y. Martin is thrilled that he is now using his voice to achieve the contributed revenue goals for such a remarkable organization! JOSEPH MARTIN (Director of Production and Operations) Joe comes to Barrington Stage Company after 18 seasons as Director of Production for Cleveland Play House. He also served as Production Manager at La Jolla Playhouse, Arizona Theatre Company and Northwestern University. Before becoming a Production Manager, Joe worked as an Equity Stage Manager with the Denver Center Theatre Company, Sound Designer for Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival and Technical Director at the University of Notre Dame. He has toured productions nationally and internationally, performing in over 200 venues around the world. He enjoys skiing and juggling but not at the same time. JESSICA PROVENZ (Director of Development) Jessica Provenz is Co-Chair of the Berkshire County Development Alliance and a trustee of Berkshire Baby Box. As the Annual Fund & Special Events Director at Berkshire Country Day School, she helped complete a $3.2 million Capital Campaign. A twotime recipient of the Lecomte du Noßy Award for emerging playwrights, Jessica has written extensively for stage and screen. She was Playwright-in-Residence at The Juilliard School and is a graduate of Northwestern University. Jessica is a contributor to Berkshire Magazine and penned a feature for N.Y. Magazine about serving as Anthony Weiner’s Policy Director. She lives in Great Barrington with her son, Maximus Rhys.

ARTISTIC Artistic Director Julianne Boyd Artistic Producer/Director of New Play Development Branden Huldeen Artistic Producer of the Musical Theatre Lab William Finn Executive Assistant to the Artistic Director/Literary Associate Rebecca Weiss Line Producer Rebecca Adelsheim Casting Director Pat McCorkle, CSA, McCorkle Casting Ltd. | Katja Zarolinski, CSA, McCorkle Casting Ltd. Casting Assistant Tracy Kaczorowski, McCorkle Casting Ltd.

ADMINISTRATION General Manager Maggie LaMee Management Associate Erin Tate Controller Martha Read Office Manager/IT Administrator Seth Peto Company Manager Charlie Owens Associate Company Manager Lizzy Cook House Manager C. Jade Nicholas Associate House Manager James Toback

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GET TO KNOW BARRINGTON STAGE COMPANY DEVELOPMENT Director of Development Jessica Provenz Director of Institutional Giving/Associate Director of Development Martin Mansfield Donor Relations Manager Trevor Wise Events & Volunteer Guild Assistant Collette Simkins

MARKETING & PUBLIC RELATIONS Director of Marketing & Communications Carol Chiavetta Graphic Designer Deirdre McKenna Marketing Associate/Playbill Advertising Sales Jennifer Graessle Marketing/Administrative Assistant Paige Stefanski Box Office Manager & Group Sales Manager Jessica Bush Associate Box Office Manager Elena Daskivich Assistant Box Office Manager Kevin Lempke 1/2 Tix Manager Linda Beach Berkshire Press Director Charlie Siedenburg National Press Representative Matt Ross Public Relations: Matt Ross | Nicole Capatasto | Claire Wojciechowski Digital Advertising The Pekoe Group: Amanda Pekoe | Jenny Dorso | Christopher Lueck | Erica Molfetto

EDUCATION Interim Director of Education/Director of Playwright Mentoring Project Jane O’Leary Education Coordinator Philip Calabro Musical Theatre Conservatory Director Adam Pelty Musical Theatre Conservatory Music Director Henry Lewers PMP Artistic Mentors Philip Calabro | Jane O’Leary | Tim Paré | Cynthia Quinones Tim Shiebler | Jessica Sweeney PMP Peer Mentors Zachary Atterberry | Kyle Carson | Isabel Costa | Marcella Ferry | Carly Gaherty | Evan Gardzina | Carli McGurn | Brianna Rousseau | Matt Shiebler | Collette Simkins PMP Playwrights Jane Denitz-Smith | Michael Dowling | Kelli Newby | Cindy Parrish | Chris Tucci PMP Therapists Roberta Russell | Lisa Tessier | Wendy Zunitch KidsAct! & TeensAct! Lead Teachers Philip Calabro | Jane O’Leary | Sam LaFrage KidsAct! Musical Director Gaylan Palmer

PRODUCTION Director of Production and Operations Joseph Martin Technical Director Wil Deleguardia Associate Technical Director Simon Levy Master Carpenter Benjamin Reading Carpenters Nicholas Chamberlain | Ariel Carrillo Coba | Jonesy Jones Charge Scenic Artist Amanda Nerby Scenic Artist Amanda Jernigan Lighting Supervisor Travis Seminara Mainstage Master Electrician/Board Operator Miranda Tremblay Blatt Center Master Electrician/Board Operator Isabel Hernandez Properties Master Jessica Sovronsky Associate Props Master Alex Jarus

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GET TO KNOW BARRINGTON STAGE COMPANY Properties Artisan Nathan Hatfield Audio Supervisor Jason O’Neal Mainstage Audio Engineer Tanner Elker Blatt Center Audio Engineer Hannah Werle Costume Shop Manager Trent Pcenicni Assistant Costume Shop Manager Samantha Abbott Lead Draper Christena Massey Draper Margaret Koerber First Hand Brenda Birkeland Stitchers Tiffany Chen | Bill Nguyen Mainstage Wardrobe Supervisor Caitie Martin Blatt Center Wardrobe Supervisor Corrine Booth

STAGE MANAGEMENT Production Stage Managers Robin Grady | Renee Lutz | Julianne Menassian Francis Eric Montesa | Leslie Sears Assistant Stage Manager Ryan Gohsman Youth Stage Manager Andriana Radujkovic

PLAYWRIGHTS Bekah Brunstetter | Lucas Hnath | Rachel Lynett | Mark St. Germain | Lloyd Suh | Tennessee Williams

MUSICAL THEATRE WRITERS Leonard Bernstein | William Finn | Arthur Laurents | Timothy Allen McDonald Benji Pasek | Justin Paul | Rachel Sheinkin | Stephen Sondheim

DIRECTORS Julianne Boyd | Joe Calarco | Jennifer Chambers | Tiffany Nichole Greene | Ralph Peña | Matthew Penn John Rando | Sarah Jane Schostack Kim Stauffer and Mark H. Dold in Gaslight, 2017. PHOTO Scott Barrow.

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GET TO KNOW BARRINGTON STAGE COMPANY CHOREOGRAPHERS Joshua Bergasse | Robert LaFosse | Steven Dean Moore

MUSICAL DIRECTORS Darren R. Cohen | Vadim Feichtner | Jennifer Peacock

SCENIC DESIGNERS Alexander Dodge | Jhungyun Georgia Lee | Tim Mackabee | Brian Prather | Douglas Puskas | Kristen Robinson

COSTUME DESIGNERS Elivia Bovenzi | Jen Caprio | Lux Haac | Jhungyun Georgia Lee | Johanna Pan | Sara Jean Tosetti | Alejo Vietti

LIGHTING DESIGNERS Jeff Croiter | David Lander | Chris Lee | Scott Pinkney | Matt Richards | Oliver Wason

SOUND DESIGNERS Joel Abbott | Lindsay Jones | Matt Kraus | Fabian Obispo | Joshua D. Reid | Alexander Sovronsky

PROFESSIONAL INTERN & FELLOW PROGRAM Archivist Fellow Allyson Sekerke Arts Administration Intern McKenna Nelson Audio Intern Andrew Gluvna Box Office Interns Kemly Derby | Alexi Lewis | Riley Rawson | Scout Swonger Carpentry Interns Tobin Gamble | Jesse Lumsden Company Management Interns Caroline Juelke | Alana Wolf Costume Interns Sara Kresloff | Luke Morrison Costume Shop Management Intern Erin Connor Development Interns Rachel Moses | Worth Payton Directing Assistants Zachary Flick | Seth Roseman Education Interns Isabelle Brown | Katy Gore Electrics Intern Derek Keifer House Management Interns Nicole Milette | Rachel Treglia Producing Intern Tanner Smithson Production Business Intern Lucas Clark Production Interns Perry Adago | Wesley Halloran | Devin Koenig Properties Intern Elizabeth Brozski Scenic Painting Intern Maggie Knutzen Stage Management Interns Nicholas Bader | Erin Duffey | Lissy Barnes-Flint | Ryan Gardner Rachel Harper | Eve Kelly Technical Direction/Drafting Intern Zachary Kovalenko Wardrobe Intern Jaysen Engel

MUSICAL THEATRE CONSERVATORY STUDENTS Cami Arboles | Yarden Barr | Nina Barresi | Keara Byron | Blake DuBois | Kelly Dunn | Eli Goyhkman Candice Hatakeyama | Lindsay Kraft | Madeline Lukomski | Taylor Mickens | Ugochi Nriaka | Sam Paley Francesca Panzara | Anna Plummer | Patrick Sharpe | Westley Strausman | Noah Virgile

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BSC PRODUCTION HISTORY 1995

1999

Arms and the Man

By Lanie Robertson Directed by Rob Ruggiero

Music & Lyrics by Jerry Herman Book by Michael Stewart Directed by Julianne Boyd

2002

Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill

By George Bernard Shaw Directed by Erica Schmidt

Mack & Mabel

The Diary of Anne Frank

South Pacific

Music by Richard Rodgers Book & Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein Directed by Julianne Boyd

Grease

By Frances Goodrich & Albert Hackett Directed by Elinor Renfield

Book, Music & Lyrics by Jim Jacobs & Warren Casey Directed by Darleen Yaeger

Alice Revisited

Conceived by Joan Micklin Silver & Julianne Boyd Directed by Julianne Boyd

Castro’s Beard

By Brian Stewart Directed by Andrew Volkoff

Spunk

By Zora Neale Hurston Directed by Rob Ruggiero

1996

Three Viewings

St. Nicholas

Avenue X

Tea

By Jeffrey Hatcher Directed by Rob Ruggiero

Little Shop Of Horrors

Book & Lyrics by Howard Ashman Music by Alan Menken Directed by Edie Cowan

By Conor McPherson Directed by Tony Phelan

Book & Lyrics by John Jiler Music by Ray Leslee Directed by Eric Riley

Black Sheep

By Lee Blessing Directed by Daniel Fish

By Velina Hasu Houston Directed by Julianne Boyd

Blanche & Her Joy Boys

2000

Room Service

Company

By John Murray & Allen Boretz Directed by Julianne Boyd

Book by George Furth Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Directed by Julianne Boyd

1997

Cabaret

SubUrbia

Book by Joe Masteroff Music by John Kander Lyrics by Fred Ebb Directed by Julianne Boyd

By Eric Bogosian Directed by Julianne Boyd

Full Bloom*

Valley Song

By Mark St. Germain Directed by Mark St. Germain

Hannah Pixley*

The Actor’s Nightmare & Writer’s Block

The Inconstant Lovers

No Way to Treat A Lady

1998

2001

Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Book by Hugh Wheeler Directed by Julianne Boyd

Book & Lyrics by Betty Coleman & Adolph Green Music by Cy Coleman Directed by Julianne Boyd

By Hannah Pixley Directed by Julianne Boyd

Book, Music & Lyrics by Douglas J. Cohen Directed by Rob Ruggiero

A Little Night Music

Love & Happiness*

By Charles Marz Directed by Darleen Yaeger

You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown

By John Patrick Shanley Directed by Rob Ruggiero

Book, Music & Lyrics by Clark Gesner (Inspired by Charles M. Schultz) Directed by Edie Cowan

A View from the Roof

By Tennessee Williams Directed by Elinor Renfield

Trapped In A Car With Mom

The Shape of Things

By Neil LaBute Directed by Andrew Volkoff Music by Megan Cavallari Book & Lyrics by Amy Powers & David Topchik Directed by Julianne Boyd

2004

Sweet Charity

Book by Neil Simon Music by Cy Coleman Lyrics by Dorothy Fields Directed by Rob Ruggiero

Suddenly Last Summer

By Dave Carley Directed by Julianne Boyd

Lobby Hero

The Game*

By Julian Sheppard Directed by Andrew Volkoff

Italian American Reconciliation

Music by Mary Rodgers Lyrics by Marshall Barer Book by Jay Thompson, Dean Fuller & Marshall Barer Directed by Edie Cowan By Kenneth Lonergan Directed by Rob Ruggiero

On The Twentieth Century

The Island of Anyplace

Ciao!*

Book & Lyrics by Mary Bracken Philips Music by Jenny Giering Directed by Julianne Boyd

COLOR KEY

Once Upon a Mattress

By Christopher Durang & Luke J. Taylor Directed by Andrew Volkoff

By Marivaux Directed by Michael Unger

Music by Jule Styne Lyrics by Bob Merrill Book by Isobel Lennart Directed by Julianne Boyd

Ears on a Beatle*

By Suzanne Bradbeer Directed by Mary Robinson

By Athol Fugard Directed by Rob Ruggiero

Book by William Finn & James Lapine Music & Lyrics by William Finn Directed by Rob Ruggiero

Funny Girl

Book by Jo Swerling & Abe Burrows Music & Lyrics by Frank Loesser Directed by Emily Tetzlaff

By Sam Shepard & Harold Pinter Directed by Maggie Lally

Falsettos

2003

Guys and Dolls

Killer’s Head/Dumb Waiter

By Chris Calloway & Sheryl Bailey Heath Directed by Julianne Boyd

By Mark St. Germain Directed by Julianne Boyd

Mainstage

St. Germain Stage

Youth Theatre

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BSC PRODUCTION HISTORY The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee*

Fame

Music & Lyrics by William Finn Book by Rachel Sheinkin Conceived by Rebecca Feldman Directed by Michael Ungar & Rebecca Feldman

Conceived & Developed by David deSilva Book by Jose Fernandez Lyrics by Jacques Levy Music by Steve Margoshes Directed by Andrea Andresakis

The Wizard of Oz

Wonder of the World

Music by Harold Allen Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg Directed by Edie Cowan By Mark St. Germain Directed by David Saint

Music by Deborah Abramson Various Lyricists Directed by William Finn

Cyrano de Bergerac

Ring Round the Moon

Thief River

Disorder: A Mother-Daughter Vaudeville

The Mysteries of Harris Burdick*

Music by Gihieh Lee Lyrics by Julianne Wick Davis & Katie Baldwin Eng Book by Katie Baldwin Eng Directed by Jack Cummings III

2005 Follies

Book by James Goldman Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Directed by Julianne Boyd

Book by Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee Music & Lyrics by Jerry Herman Directed by Julianne Boyd

By Cusi Cram Directed by Sturgis Warner

2007

Fully Committed

Snoopy: The Musical

By Becky Mode Directed by Andrew Volkof

Book by Charles M. Schultz Music by Larry Grossman Lyrics by Hal Hackady Directed by Paula Meyer

Hair

Elegies

Music & Lyrics by William Finn Directed by Rob Ruggiero

2006

The Collyer Brothers at Home & Period Piece By Mark St. Germain Directed by Christopher Innvar

The Burnt Part Boys* Book by Mariana Elder Music by Chris Miler Lyrics by Nathan Tysen Directed by Joe Calarco

By Nöel Coward Directed by Julianne Boyd

Book by Arthur Laurents Music by Leonard Bernstein Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Directed by Julianne Boyd

See Rock City and Other Destinations* Book & Lyrics by Adam Mathias Music by Brad Alexander Directed by Kevin Del Aguila

Calvin Berger

Book, Music & Lyrics by Barry Wyner Directed by Stephen Terrell

High School Musical

By Christopher Sergel (Inspired by Harper Lee) Directed by Julianne Boyd

This Wonderful Life

Black Comedy*

Freud’s Last Session*

By Steve Murray Directed by Andrew Volkoff

2009

By Peter Shaffer Directed by Lou Jacob

By Mark St. Germain Directed by Tyler Marchant

Book, Music & Lyrics by Kirsten Childs Directed by Kevin Del Aguila

Uncle Vanya

Book by William Dumaresq Music by Galt MacDermot Directed by Julianne Boyd

To Kill A Mockingbird

Book by David Simpatico (Inspired by Peter Barsocchini) Music by Various Composers Directed by Christine O’Grady

Funked Up Fairy Tales*

The Human Comedy

Book by Kyoung-ae Kang & Mark St. Germain Lyrics by Kyoung-ae Kang Music by Will Aronson Directed by Andrew Volkoff

Private Lives

West Side Story

Book & Lyrics by Gerome Ragni & James Rado Music by Galt MacDermot Directed by Bill Castellino

My Scary Girl*

By Richard Greenberg Directed by Barry Edelstein

By Jeffrey Hatcher Directed by Tyler Marchant

By Oscar Wilde Directed by Julianne Boyd

Book by Stephen Flaherty & Lynn Ahrens Music by Stephen Flaherty Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens Directed by Christine O’Grady

The Violet Hour

A Picasso

The Importance of Being Earnest

Book by Joe Calarco Lyrics by Nathan Tysen Music by Chris Miller Directed by Joe Calarco

Seussical

Mame

Fuente*

I Am My Own Wife

Music & Lyrics by William Finn Book by Rachel Sheinkin Conceived by Rebecca Feldman Directed by Jeremy Dobrish

By Jean Anouilh Directed by Julianne Boyd

By Lee Blessing Directed by Andrew Volkoff

2008

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

Travels With My Discontent

By Edmond Rostand Directed by Julianne Boyd

Music by John Kander Lyrics by Fred Ebb Directed by Julianne Boyd

By Doug Wright Directed by Andrew Volkoff

By David Lindsay-Abaire Directed by Rob Ruggiero

The God Committee*

The World Goes ‘Round

By Anton Chekhov Directed by Julianne Boyd

Carousel

Music by Richard Rodgers Book & Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein Directed by Julianne Boyd

Underneath the Lintel

The Mysteries of Harris Burdick*

By Glen Berger Directed by Andrew Volkoff

Book by Joe Calarco Lyrics by Nathan Tysen Music by Chris Miller Directed by Joe Calarco

COLOR KEY

Mainstage

St. Germain Stage

Youth Theatre

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High School Musical 2

Mormons, Mothers and Monsters*

Book by David Simpatico (Inspired by Peter Barsocchini) Music by Various Composers Directed by Christine O’Grady

Book & Lyrics by Sam Salmond Music by Will Aronson Directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt

All Shook Up

Sleuth

By Anthony Shaffer Directed by Jesse Berger

A Streetcar Named Desire By Tennessee Williams Directed by Julianne Boyd

The Fantasticks

Music by Harvey Schmidt Book & Lyrics by Tom Jones Directed by Andrew Volkoff

The Whipping Man

By Matthew Lopez Directed by Christopher Innvar

Muckrakers*

Best of Enemies*

By Mark St. Germain Directed by Julianne Boyd

Adapted by Aaron Posner & Chaim Potok From the novel by Chaim Potok Directed by Aaron Posner

The Game

Southern Comfort*

My Name Is Asher Lev

Disney’s The Little Mermaid JR

By Zayd Dohrn Directed by Giovanna Sardelli

The Chosen

Written and Directed by Aaron Posner Adapted from the novel by Chaim Potok

2012

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Book by Hugh Wheeler From an adaptation by Christopher Bond Directed by Julianne Boyd

Freud’s Last Session

By Mark St. Germain Directed by Tyler Marchant

Art

By Yasmina Reza Translation by Christopher Hampton Directed by Henry Wishcamper

Lungs By Duncan Macmillan Directed by Aaron Posner Book by Joseph Stein Music by Jerry Bock Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick Based on Sholem Aleichem’s stories by special permission of Arnold Perl Directed by Gary John La Rosa By Mark St. Germain Directed by Julianne Boyd

Music & Lyrics by Nikos Tsakalakos Book & Lyrics by Janet Allard Directed by Daniella Topol

All My Sons

Into the Woods

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast

By William Shakespeare Directed by Julianne Boyd

Scott and Hem in the Garden of Allah* Written and Directed by Mark St. Germain

Clybourne Park

By Bruce Norris Directed by Giovanna Sardelli

The Other Place

By Sharr White Directed by Christopher Innvar

Kiss Me, Kate

Music by Alan Menken Lyrics by Howard Ashman & Tim Rice Book by Linda Woolverton Directed by Christine O’Grady

Absurd Person Singular

Music by Alan Menken Lyrics by Howard Ashman & Glenn Slater Book by Doug Wright Based on the Hans Christian Andersen story and the Disney film Directed by Christine O’Grady

2014

By Arthur Miller Directed by Julianne Boyd

Book by James Lapine Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Directed by Christine O’Grady

Book & Lyrics by Dan Collins Music by Julianne Wick Davis Directed by Thomas Caruso

Much Ado About Nothing

Fiddler on the Roof

Dr. Ruth, All the Way*

Pool Boy*

Music by Leonard Bernstein Book & Lyrics by Betty Comden & Adolph Green Based on an idea by Jerome Robbins Directed by John Rando

Inspired by and Featuring the Songs of Elvis Presley® Book by Joe DiPietro Directed by Christine O’Grady

Book & Lyrics by Amy Powers & David Topchik Music by Megan Cavallari Directed by Julianne Boyd

2010

On the Town

Music & Lyrics by Cole Porter Book by Bella & Samuel Spewack Directed by Joe Calarco

Working on A Special Day

By Rajiv Joseph Directed by Giovanna Sardelli

Based on “Una Giornata Particolare” by Ettore Scola, Ruggero Maccari Adapted by Gigliola Fantoni Directed by Ana Graham & Antonio Vega

Book & Lyrics by Sara Cooper Music by Zachary Redler Directed by Joe Calarco

See How They Run

The Golem of Havana*

The Crucible

The Black Suits

The North Pool

By Alan Ayckbourn Directed by Jesse Berger

The Memory Show*

By Philip King Directed by Jeff Steitzer

By Arthur Miller Directed by Julianne Boyd

2011

Zero Hour

Written and Performed by Jim Brochu

Music & Lyrics by Joe Iconis Book by Joe Iconis & Robert Maddock Directed by John Simpkins

Breaking the Code

Lord of the Flies

Hairspray JR.

By William Golding Adapted by Nigel Williams Directed by Giovanna Sardelli

Guys and Dolls

Book by Jo Swerling & Abe Burrows Music & Lyrics by Frank Loesser Directed by John Rando

Bashir Lazhar

Dancing Lessons*

By Évelyne de la Chenelière Translation by Morwyn Brebner Directed by Shakina Nayfack

By Lee Blessing Directed by Tyler Marchant

Mainstage

St. Germain Stage

By Hugh Whitemore Directed by Joe Calarco Book by Mark O’Donnell & Thomas Meehan Music by Marc Shaiman Lyrics by Scott Wittman & Marc Shaiman Directed by Christine O’Grady

2013

Going to St. Ives

COLOR KEY

Music by Salomon Lerner Lyrics by Len Schiff Book & Direction by Michel Hausmann

By Mark St. Germain Directed by Julianne Boyd

Youth Theatre

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Romance in Hard Times

The Pirates of Penzance

Book by Rachel Sheinkin Music & Lyrics by William Finn Directed by Joe Calarco

Music by Arthur Sullivan Libretto by W.S. Gilbert Directed by John Rando

Character Man

peerless

Book by Jim Brochu Music & Lyrics by various composers Directed by Robert Bartley

An Enemy of the People

Gaslight (Angel Street) By Patrick Hamilton Directed by Louisa Proske

2018

Typhoid Mary

By Jiehae Park Directed by Louisa Proske

By Mark St. Germain Directed by Matthew Penn

The Wiz

The Royal Family of Broadway*

Broadway Bounty Hunter*

The Cake

Book by Rachel Sheinkin Music & Lyrics by William Finn Directed by John Rando

Music & Lyrics by Charlie Smalls Book by William F. Brown Directed by Christine O'Grady

By Arthur Miller Adaptation of the play by Henrik Ibsen Directed by Julianne Boyd

Music & Lyrics by Joe Iconis Book by Joe Iconis, Lance Rubin & Jason SweetTooth Williams Directed by Julianne Boyd

2015 Butler

By Richard Strand Directed by Joseph Discher

By Bekah Brunstetter Directed by Jennifer Chambers

A Doll's House, Part 2 By Lucas Hnath Directed by Joe Calarco

Tribes

Man of La Mancha

By Nina Raine Directed by Jenn Thompson

Book by Dale Wasserman Music by Mitch Leigh Lyrics by Joe Darion Directed by Julianne Boyd

The Chinese Lady

By Lloyd Suh Directed by Ralph Peña

Love Letters

By A.R. Gurney Directed by Julianne Boyd

Shining City

By Conor McPherson Directed by Christopher Innvar

Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach

Camping with Henry and Tom

Words & Music by Benj Pasek & Justin Paul Book by Timothy Allen McDonald Directed by Sarah Jane Schostack

By Mark St. Germain Directed by Christopher Innvar

Lost in Yonkers

2017

By Neil Simon Directed by Jenn Thompson

Kunstler

Shrek

Music by Jeanine Tesori Book & Lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire Based on the DreamWorks Animation Motion Picture and the book by William Steig Directed by Christine O’Grady

A Little More Alive

Book, Music & Lyrics by Nick Blaemire Directed by Sheryl Kaller

His Girl Friday

Adapted by John Guare from The Front Page by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur and the Columbia Pictures film Directed by Julianne Boyd

West Side Story

By Jeffrey Sweet Directed by Meagen Fay

Music by Leonard Bernstein Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Directed by Julianne Boyd

The Birds

By Conor McPherson Directed by Julianne Boyd

Well Intentioned White People

By Rachel Lynett Directed by Tiffany Nichole Greene

Ragtime

Book by Terrence McNally Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens Music by Stephen Flaherty Based on the novel Ragtime by E.L. Doctorow Directed by Joe Calarco

The Glass Menagerie

By Tennessee Williams Directed by Julianne Boyd Jeff McCarthy in Kunstler, 2017.

Speech & Debate

By Stephen Karam Directed by Jessica Holt

PHOTO

Carol Rosegg.

Taking Steps

Engagements*

By Alan Ayckbourn Directed by Sam Buntrock

By Lucy Teitler Directed by Louisa Proske

Bye Bye Birdie

Veils

Book by Michael Stewart Lyrics by Lee Adams Music by Charles Strouse Directed and Choreographed by Julianne Katz

By Tom Coash Directed by Leah C. Gardiner

2016

Presto Change-O*

Book & lyrics by Eric Price Music by Joel Waggoner Directed by Marc Bruni

This

Kimberly Akimbo

Company

American Son*

Georgie: My Adventures with George Rose

By Melissa James Gibson Directed by Louisa Proske Book by George Furth Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Directed by Julianne Boyd

By David Lindsay-Abaire Directed by Rob Ruggiero By Christopher Demos-Brown Directed by Julianne Boyd

COLOR KEY

By Ed Dixon Directed by Eric Schaeffer

Mainstage

St. Germain Stage

Youth Theatre

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* World Premiere


AUDIENCE SERVICES BSC offers a wide range of discounted tickets to ensure everyone is able to attend all of our productions, from Youth Theatre to the Mainstage musicals, including: • Low-Priced Previews: $25 & $30 for the first three performances on the Boyd-Quinson Mainstage and $25 for the first two performances on the St. Germain Stage. • Section C Tickets: $25 & $32 tickets are available at every performance in our Boyd-Quinson Mainstage productions in Section C (excludes Special Events).

Erica Dorfler and Julia Coffey in THIS, 2017. PHOTO Scott Barrow.

• Senior Discounts: For patrons ages 65 and older, BSC offers 15% off full-price matinee tickets for Boyd-Quinson Mainstage and St. Germain productions (excludes Section C seats and all Special Events). • Youth Tickets: $15 and $20 tickets are available for all Boyd-Quinson Mainstage shows and $15 tickets are available for all St. Germain Stage productions for youth ages 6-17 (excludes Special Events). • #BSC35: BSC’s membership program for patrons ages 18-35 with $20 and $25 tickets available to all Boyd-Quinson Mainstage and St. Germain Stage productions and select Mr. Finn’s Cabaret performances. • Blue Star Theatres: BSC offers U.S. military personnel, veterans, and their immediate families Blue Star Savings on tickets to the first two weeks of Boyd-Quinson Mainstage and St. Germain Stage productions, ranging from $20-$25. • Berkshire Residents: On select Wednesday night performances a 25% discount will be offered on Section A and B tickets at the Mainstage and all tickets at the St. Germain. • EBT Card to Culture: $5 tickets for our Mainstage, St. Germain and Youth Theatre productions, excluding special events or cabarets. Limit of 4 tickets per cardholder per performance. Must purchase at the Box Office the day of the event and must present EBT card when purchasing. All tickets are subject to availability. • Group Discounts: From book clubs to family reunions, BSC offers discounts for groups of 15 or more and special camp pricing. Receive great benefits including concierge service. Please call 413-236-8888 for more information.

BSC VOLUNTEER GUILD Barrington Stage could not function without the help of more than​200 volunteers who give their time and talents to help make this theatre a better place for everyone. Volunteers provide support across the organization by ushering​, picking up actors at the bus/train station, tending the gardens, hanging posters around town, cooking meals for the actors and crew and providing administrative support in the office. Their commitment is an invaluable labor of love, and for that BSC is tremendously grateful. If you are interested in joining the Volunteer Guild, please email Volunteer@BarringtonStageCo.org. 413.236.8888 Box Office 34 BarringtonStageCo.org


PLAY A PART SUPPORT BSC Matthew Greer, Richard Hollis & Carson Elrod Taking Steps, 2017. PHOTO Daniel Rader.

SUPPORT BSC Barrington Stage Company is a professional not-for-profit 501(c)(3) regional theatre serving an annual audience of more than 58,500 and producing plays, musicals and cabarets in four venues: Boyd-Quinson Mainstage, St. Germain Stage, Mr. Finn’s Cabaret and Youth Theatre at the Berkshire Museum. Based in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Barrington Stage is an integral part of the city’s economic revitalization, offering productions and educational programs, including our award-winning Playwright Mentoring Project for underserved youth. A number of our exceptional productions have moved to New York while many others have played around the country and even internationally. Over the last 24 years (including this year), we have produced 28 world premieres and have given new, energized life to a wide-range of classic musicals and plays. Contributions from donors provide vital support for our nine major productions and our educational programs. Whether big or small, every gift helps. If you like what we do, please consider making a financial contribution and/or volunteering your time. Here are a few of the many ways that you can play a role: Support our Annual Fund Support our Education Programs Become a Sponsor Become a Business Partner Make a lasting gift and become a member of our Legacy Society

WAYS YOU CAN GIVE Barrington Stage accepts contributions by mail, phone or through our website. For questions, additional information or to make a donation, please contact the Development Office: 122 North Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201 | Development@BarringtonStage.org | (413) 997-6115 BarringtonStageCo.org/play-a-role/ 413.236.8888 Box Office 35 BarringtonStageCo.org


PREPARING FOR THE NEXT 24 YEARS WITH THE FUND FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

LEAVING A LEGACY Barrington Stage Company has established a Legacy Society for friends who would like to make gifts through trust, estate or other planned giving vehicles. Your support will help us build our Fund for the 21st Century so that we can continue to provide the highest-quality theatre and youth educational programming in the years to come. The Fund enables us to continue to give back to the community, locally and regionally, and to contribute at a national level to the greater American theatre community. Barrington Stage offers three endowment options: Education: Ensures long-term support for the youth of Berkshire County Artistic: Supports the development and production of new work Operating: Gives core support for strategic planning, financial management, capital equipment and infrastructure Examples of Planned Giving are: Bequests made through your will or trust Retirement Plans Life Insurance Charitable Gift Annuities Deferred Charitable Gifts Charitable Remainder Trusts Charitable Lead Trusts Please consult with your advisors and consider a special gift to one of our three endowment options. The above information is only intended to assist you in your tax, estate and charitable planning. It is not legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. The best strategy for the greatest impact with the most tax advantages is one that you create with your financial manager, accountant and/or tax advisor.

BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP As a member of the Legacy Society, you will have the satisfaction of knowing that your philanthropic plans are helping to ensure that BSC remains a leading Berkshire County cultural institution. You will also receive these special benefits: • Recognition in our Season Playbill • An annual dinner with the Artistic Director and members of the Board of Directors • Invitations to special Society receptions and other events • Preferred seating at all shows you attend

THANK YOU TO OUR INAUGURAL MEMBERS Sydelle and Lee Blatt The Boraski Family Children's Fund Claudia A. Brown Carole and Daniel Burack Stuart M. Fischman, ESQ. The Lowenstein Foundation Mickey and Norman Resnick

HOW TO JOIN THE LEGACY SOCIETY

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THANK YOU TO THOSE WHO GIVE TO BSC ANNUAL FUND Barrington Stage Company is extremely grateful for the generous support of individuals, corporations, foundations and government agencies to our Annual Fund. We would like to thank the following:

Producing Partner Circle $50,000+ Heather Nolin and Herbert A. Allen Sydelle and Lee Blatt Carole and Dan Burack Bonnie and Terry Burman Rhoda and Morris Levitt Mary Ann and Bruno A. Quinson The Shubert Foundation Artistic Circle $25,000-$49,999 The Feigenbaum Foundation Judith Goldsmith Sherwood and Carol Guernesy Arnold Kotlen Norma and Sol Kugler Massachusetts Cultural Council Cynthia and Randolph Nelson Producer $10,000-$24,999 Anonymous AJ Schnopp Jr., Construction Company, Inc. The Avangrid Foundation Drs. Judith and Martin Bloomfield James and Susan Briggs The Deann Dylandale Foundation Reba and Bruce Evenchik Renee and Steven Finn Isanne and Sanford Fisher Audrey and Ralph Friedner Anne and Larry Frisman The J.M. Kaplan Fund Marita and David Glodt Suzan Grandt and Stanley Kaplan Greylock Federal Credit Union Judy and Marty Isserlis Leslie and Stephen Jerome Harold Kramer Susan and David Lombard Joseph McDonald Debra Miersma and David Russell National Endowment for the Arts Mary and Philip Oppenheimer Sheila and Hal Richman Esther and Robert Rosenthal Jude Sabot Rosita Sarnoff and Beth Sapery Carrie and David Schulman Laurie and Martin V. Schwartz Marvin Seline Carla and Ed Slomin Roz and Charles Stuzin Diane Troderman and Harold Grinspoon Elisabeth and Robert Wilmers*

Shirley and Ira Yohalem Karen and Robert Youdelman Michael and Cheryl Zaccaro Director $5,000-$9,999 Anonymous The Alpern Family Foundation Alpern-Rosenthal Foundation John and Jody Arnhold Gail Asarch and James Satovsky Dr. Stephanie Beling Berkshire Bank Foundation Hildi and Walter Black The Gregory Bulger Foundation/ Gregory Bulger and Richard Dix Kathleen and Neil Chrisman Patricia Cloherty The Dobbins Foundation Michele and Chris Dodig Renee and Steven Finn Deborah and King Francis Ann and John Galt Madeline and Ian Hooper Joan and Jim Hunter Judith and Richard Jacobs Liz and George Krupp The Leon Lowenstein Foundation Clara Londoner Diane and Darryl Mallah Carol and Alfred Maynard Joseph McDonald Nancy and Morris Offit Lyn and Robert Petricca Bette Sue and Lawrence Rosenthal Sheila and Hal Richman James Ruberto Alan Sagner* Abby Schroeder The Norman Shulevitz Foundation Stephanie and Richard Solar Jodi and Paul Tartell Anne and William Tatlock Roger Tilles Dr. Arthur and Terry Wasser Richard M. Ziter, M.D. and Eric Reimer Founder $2,500-$4,499 Catherine Adler Carolyn and Mark Ain Nancy Ashen Arlene and Norman Basner Glenna and Martin Bloom Jadwiga and Donald Brown Violet and Chris Egan Esta and Kenneth Friedman

Michael Goldsmith Dr. William and Jo Ann Hajjar Barbara and Kenneth Mahler Nancy and Donald Osborne Marie and Jerry Pindus Marian and Marshall Raser The Charles L. Read Foundation Carol and Michael Riordan Susan and Elihu Rose Marcia and Albert Schmier Hally and Mark Shaw Marion Simon Kathi and John Thonet Linda and Edward Wacks Jessie Wolfson and Bernard Wolfson* Leader $1,000-$2,499 Anonymous (2) Stephanie and David Abramson Nancy Ashen Shari and Stephen Ashman Helene Berger Carole and Richard Berkowitz Alfred Brooks and Peter Lombardo Susan and Duncan Brown J. Capizzi and G. Riddell Linda Conway Lynn and Joseph Cooper Janet and John Egelhofer Ginger and George Elvin Barbara Cutler Emden and James Emden “Mike� and David Faust Nancy Feldman and Mike Chefetz Beth and Richard Fentin Sandra and William Flannery Florence and Michael Freedman Rosele and Daniel Frishwasser Jill and Harold Gaffin Ricki Gardner and William Cavanagh Dr. Donald and Phoebe Giddon Donna and Robert Goodman Lorna and Edwin Goodman Naomi and Roger Gordon Wendy and Peter Gordon Renee Gross Carol and Sherwood Guernsey Karen and Werner Gundersheimer J. Ryan Gunsalus Miriam and Ronald Hinds Lucy Holland and Charles Schulze Carole and Gordon Hyatt Marcie and Fred Imberman Harriet and Elihu Inselbuch Adam Irick and Milton Lestz

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THANK YOU TO THOSE WHO GIVE TO BSC

Michele and Stephen Jackman Julia Kaplan Theodore Kaplan Elaine and Danny Katz Jewish Women’s Foundation of the Berkshires Patricia Kennelly and Edward Keon Kimball Farms Athena and Richard Kimball Susan and Edward Kopelowitz Leslie and Roy Kozupsky Madeleine Kreitman Deborah and William Kurz Mark Lanspa Joyce and Jim Lapenn The Peter F. Levin Fund at InterAct for Change Wendy Laurin and Jeff Konowitch Geri and Roy Liemer Sue Lipson Dianne Lob and Andrew Miller Sheri and Gerald Lublin Gloria Luria Carrie Lyon June Guertin Adam and Beth Man Jay and Shirley Marks Barri Marks and Woody Exley Jon and Rosemary Masters Alice McInerney Nancy McIntire Enid Michelman and Arthur Sherman Edie Michelson and Sumner Milender Wilma and Norman Michaels Ann and Don Morrison Suzanne Nash National Alliance for Musical Theatre Drs. Carolyn and Eli Newberger Linda and Bob Noonan Mary Ellen and John E. O’Connor Roberta Olsen Nancy Orovitz David Paget Diane and Deval Patrick Rod Pleasants Diana Hitt Potter Judy and Fred Robins Sheryl Rosenfield and Rita Glassman* Jeffrey and Karen Ross Randi Rossignol and Martin Ross Rotary Club of Pittsfield Milton Rubin Kay and Parvis Sadighi Marjorie Safran and Jeffrey Leppo Mrs. Wynn A. Sayman Raquel and Michael Scheck Joanna and Gus Schnopp AJ Schnopp Jr. Construction Heidi and Robert Schwartz Jane and Martin Schwartz Carol and Marvin Schwartzbard Betsey and Mark Selkowitz Carol and Richard Seltzer Mary Silverman and Carlotta Rossini Daisy Sinclair Marion Simon

Donna and Richard Soloway Annaliese Soros Elisa Spungen Bildner and Robert Bildner Milton Steren Margie and Michael Stern Jonathan Swartz Jennifer Swindal Carol Gillmore Tiffany Amy and Jack Tobin Phyllis Topchik Edith Velmans Karen and Harry Waizer Paula and Stan Walczyk Denie and Frank Weil Arleen and Shelley Weiner Cynthia and Tucker Welch Laird and Reid White The Susan and Geoffrey Woglom Charitable Fund Benefactor $500-$999 Anonymous Denyse and Harold Adler Ellen and Mark Albertson Nurit and Rick Amdur Marjorie and Barry S. Berg Lynn and Sam Berkowitz Andre and Jennie Bernard Rosetta and Donald Bierman Renee and Barry Brandeis in honor of Shirley and Ira Yohalem Carol & Robert Braun Alyson Brandt and Charlie Miller Phyllis Brown Elaine and Mark Cancilla Mary Carswell Sharon Casdin Jeff Davis Joseph Deleo and Lawrence Levinson Eugene Dellea Jamie deRoy Kathleen and George Desmarais Robert Donnalley Ann Dorfman Gerald and Joanne Dreher William Drosehn Terry and Melvyn Drucker Laura and Philip Fidler Ellen and David Flatow Randall and Ellen Frank Bill and Caryn Freilich Madalyn and Stephen Friedberg Irma and Robert Gal Renee & Neal Goff Rita Sue and Alan Gold Margery Golin Rhonna and Ezra Goodman Roberta Greenberg Dorothea Greene and Linda Morse Dustin and Gale Griffin John Gross Carolyn and Richard Heiss Ruth and Larry Hennefeld Maureen and Paul Hickey

Lucille and Arthur Iconis Linda and Burton Imberman Marianne and Richard Jaffee Kathleen and Al Jaffee Florence and Evan Janovic in honor of Beth Sapery and Rosita Sarnoff TheaterMania/OvationTix Ellen Kaiden Paula Kaminsky Davis Riki Kane Larimer Patti and Harvey Klein Dorothy and Neil Koreman Sue and Jon Korn in honor of Shirley and Ira Yohalem Dale and Steve Kulvin Joyce and Richard Lacatell Jim Lamme and Wendy Linscott Shirley and William Lehman Helaine and Marvin Lender Lauren Lese Raquel and Lear Levin Ellen and Mark Levy Nancy and Norman Lipoff Main Street Hospitality Jaan and Jacque Metsma Nancy and Alan Milbauer Teresa and Martin Monas in memory of John Waldhorn Gassner Janet and Harold Moskowitz Thomas and Elaine Neely William Packard and Charles Ihlenfeld Matthew and Candace Penn Claudia Perles Sharon and Irving Picard Penny and Claudio Pincus Nancy & Michael Premisler C.C. Raymond Marcia and Norman Resnick Nair and Antonio Revilla Mary Richie Smith Laurie and Al Richman Nataly and Toby Ritter Christina Rose Karen and Jeffrey Ross Karen and Rich Rowe Joan Sarnoff Gary and Arlene Schiff Rosalie and David Schottenfeld Kathy and Joel Segall Arlene and Donald Shapiro Roberta and Robert Silman Rita and Harvey Simon Barbara and Ed Sirkin Stephen Sondheim Eda and Stephen Sorokoff Jacqueline and Robert Spielman Lauren Spitz Norma and Jerry Strassler Dorothy and Gerald Swimmer Marcy Syms Susan Thompson Judith and Lawrence Weber Joan and Richard Toder Jacqueline and Al Togut Muriel and Al Wermuth

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Freya Wigler Judith Wilkinson and Lionel Delevingne Richard Winkler Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Wittenberg Jill Wollins Angel $250-$499 Anonymous (2) Deborah and Fred Abeles Deborah and Charles Adelman Dr. Marsha Altschuler Ann Appelbaum and Neal Borovitz Dr. Michael and Helen Apton Jim Armstrong Milton and Martha Dalitzky Family Foundation Carole and Richard Berkowitz Alison and Bermant Rochelle and Robert Bernard Ellen Bernstein Ann Applebaum and Neal Borovitz Tricia Farley Bouvier Marlene Brager Sherry Burkholz Debra and James Buslik Susan and Joel Cartun James Cawse and Maria Rapetti Cawse Ann and Harris Chandler Robin Chapman and Will Zarwell Claudine Chavanne and Harry Stuart Ursula and Walter Cliff Jane and Andrew Cohen Lynn Villency Cohen and Stephen Cohen Roberta and Michael Cohn Linda Colvin Ann and Tom Connolly Susan Crofut and Benjamin Luxon Brenda and Alan Curtis Virginia and William DeMarco Remmel Dickinson in honor of Eda Sorokoff Thomas Dillon Quality Printing Janet Eisenstein Jay Ellis and Barbara Bashara Marjorie and Tony Elson Thomas Ennis Phyllis Epstein Nancy and Fred Fagelman Robert Feldman Ilene and Irving Fish Floriana and John Fitzgerald Barbara and John Flynn Christopher Foster & Patrick White Dr. Kenneth and Linda Frank Sarah Frank and Andy Olesker Barbara and Mark Friedman Howard and Amy Friedner in honor of Audrey and Ralph Friedner’s 60th Wedding Anniversary Jack Gindi Denise Glasser Drs. Joan and Paul Gluck Marilyn and Alan Gordon Elaine Grant and Matthew Larkin Scott and Ellen Hand

Margaret Herzog and Brian Rohman Susanne and Stuart Hirshfield Marcia and Fred Hochberg Jacelain and Lawrence Horn Ruth Houghton Rosemary Iconis Carol and George Jacobstein Arlene and Harry Jaroslaw Susan and Gordon Josephson Helga Kaiser Annbeth Katz Tessa Kelly & Chris Parkinson Myra and William Kleinman Susan and Ken Kramer Heather and Stephen Kravitz Norma and Irving Kronenberg Susan and Duke Lechtman Sheila and Wallace Lehman Augusta and Eugene Leibowitz Gloria and Michael Levitas Mary Jo and John Libertino Barbara and Mitchell Lipcon Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Liptzin Michael Luongo Elaine and Stephen Mack Alissa Margulies Suzanne and Mort Marvin Fern and Joseph Mayer Barbara McCullough Fern and Tom Murtagh Barbara and Arthur Myers Judith and Charles Myers Dana and Lukasz Niedzielski Patricia North Mary Ellen O’Connor Michael O’Sullivan Chris Parkinson Flora and David Perskie Bruce and Mary Prager Gennaro Principe Ramelle and Michael Pulitzer, Jr. Mary and Peter Rentz Mark Rosengren Stephanie and Frederic Rothenberg Diana and Michael Rothenberg Georgeanne and Jean Rousseau Suzanne and Burton Rubin Sue and David Rudd Yumiko Saito Christine Salomon Ellsworth Sammet Paula and Steve Schimmel Anne and Ernest Schnessel Dan Shaheen Marcia Slaminsky Don and Nancy Sommer Mimi and Stephen Stambler Alice Stephens Joan and Errol Stoltz Joanna and Peter Strauss Lois and David Swawite Frances and Robert Taber Joanna Rebecca Thompson and Michael C. Thompson Sheila and Randy Thunfors Diane and Steve Tobin

David Topchik Debra Toppeta Alexandra Warshaw Amy and Steven Wendt Judi and George Youngman Sharon Weinberg and Jeffrey Zimmerman Friend $100-$249 Anonymous (7) Roy and Judith Aaron Jon Abbott and Shari Malyn Donna Abbott Margaret Ackerman Kerry Adams & Douglas White Gary Apruzzese Stephen August Bobbi and Simon Baker Debra Balmouth and Colin Harrington Ellen Banner Mary Ann Bascom Evalyn and Joseph Basloe Gene Bauer and Ellen Shortell Jessica Baumgarten Nancy and David Bayer Leslie Bedford and Frank Upham Pamela Levit and Mark Beiderman Judith and Alan Benjamin Shelley and Robert Berend Steven Berg Phillipine and Daniel Berkenbilt Natalie and Robert Berson Barbara Bilyeu Robin and Sheldon Birnhak Melissa and John Bissell Dianne and Michael Blau Ilene and Lester Bliwise Carolyn and Nelson Bonheim E. Conlin Bradley Jane and Moses Brand Jane Braus Allen and Irene Brill Judy and Simeon Brinberg Judy and Helman Brook Barbara and Irving Brown Cynthia and Paul Brown Jerri and Daniel Bruehler Lauren Burack and Eric Kahn Angela Burke and Rita Kane Dr. Johnel Bushell Debby Butler Catherine and Paul Buttenwieser Howard Buxbaum and Paula Barber Steven Callahan Janet and John Canning Gerard Caprio Mary Jo Carpenter Paul and Donna Castellani Meryl and Kenneth Chaitman Pauline and Howard Clark David Clough and Andrea Levine Shera Cohen Hillary Cohen in memory of Bernard Wolfson Liliana Cohen Nadine Habousha and Edward Cohen

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TO BSC THANK YOU TO THOSE WHO GIVE

Barbara and Mark Cohen in honor of Esta and Kenny Friedman Malcolm Cole Barbara and Roger Coleman Elizabeth and Richard Colten Paula Consolini and James Mahon Judith and Jeffrey Cook Tina and Bob Cooper Barbara and Robert Covell Karen and John Cowl Tandy Cronyn Norma and Gilbert D’Oliveria Judy and Sid David Patricia Davis Amy Dean Catherine Deely Brenda and Jerome Deener Jacqueline Del Rossi and Lewis Friedman Nicole Deller Leslie Denniston and Don Hastings Deighna DeRiu Bonnie Desrosier Phyllis Diamond Sophie and Lee Dichter Sharon and George Dickerman Linda and George Diehl Linda and Dan Dillon Mary L. Dold Margaret “Peg” Downing Gerald & Joanne Dreher Stephen and Ruth Dube Josh Dubin Rodney Dugas Diane Durgin Bonnie and Alvin Edelstein Sharon Edwards and Robert Maloy Ursula Ehret-Dichter Mr and Mrs. G. Michael Eisenstadt Theodore Evans Val and Tad Evans Gintare and William Everett Wendy and Eric Federer Diana and Stanley Feld Judy and Alan Feldman Geraldine Feldman and David Epstein Audrey and Ed Ferman David and Lea Finck Gerald Fine Pat and Jim Fingeroth Nancy and Peter Finn Rose Forman Laura and Robert Friedman Joan and Egon Fromm Maryjane and Jerry Fromm Thomas Fynan Betsy and Richard Gaberman Marianne and Jim Gambaro Sandra and Joel Garrelick Herbert Ginsburg Kathleen Glasberg Barbara Glasser Shelley and Kenneth Gliedman Susan Gobel Barbara Gold Maxine Goldblum

Myrna and Jacob Golden Tandy Goldenberg Lynda and Doug Good Rhonna and Ezra Goodman Susan Gordon Corinne and Jerry Gorelick Joann and Martin Gorman Judith H. Gott Michael Gottfried Laurie and Ken Green Michael and Penny Greenberg Eric and Phyllis Greenberg Carol and Joel Greenberg Marla and James Greenfield Madelon and Gerald Grobman Jill and Thomas Groff Carol Grossman Robert Gulack Suzanne and Gary Gulbranson Jill Hai Rosalee and Frank Halik Bernadine Handler Gerard Harper Marilyn Haus Liz and Ned Hazen Michael Healy Susan Raymond Held Cindy and Ed Helitzer Marnie Henneman Grand Classroom Miriam and Kenneth Heyman Ann Hilliard Lucy Holland and Charles Schulze Geri and Barry Holt Harvey and Cathy Homan Bernard Horowitz Theodore and Barbara Horwitz Jack and Charlene Houghton Holly and Charles Housman Mary Howard Dr. and Mrs. John Howland Jennifer Howlett Carol Travers Hoyda Patricia Hubbard Marilyn and Eugene Hunter Marilou and John Hyson Elaine and Harold Isaacson Esta and Norman Jacobskind Marjorie and Barry Jaffe Richard and Jeanne Jaffe Wendy Jennis and Doug Mishkin Bruce Jonas Allen and Monica Joslin Natalie Kahan and Jerry Tiffany Lesley Kalish Nancy Kalodner Joel and Jane Kramer Louise Kaminow Wendy and Martin Kaplan Jane Karlin Elaine and Danny Katz Bob and Mary Kavanaugh John and Katherine Keenum Peter Kent Ruth and Paul Keppler Joan Kinne

Roberta Klein Anita and Howard Kleinbaum Kathy Kluger Marilyn and Ronald Kohn Edward Kohn Linda Kopec and Thomas Kane Susan and David Kopelman Nedra and Richard Koplin Louis and Iris Korman Benjamin and Sandra Krause Barbara and Harvey Krohn Elyse Kuhn and Burton Benjamin Stephen and Audrey Kurtz Roberta and Peter Lafayette Barbara and Fred Lafer Nancy and Gary Lamoureaux Carole Lane Barbara Ann and Jack Lapidus Diane Moran and Richard Larhette Ruth Lebowitz Judy and Richard Lederer Heidi Lehner Dorothy Dachinger and Harvey Lerner Joel and Bonnie Lester Meta and Michael Levi Marjorie and Edward Levin Howard Levine Arlene and Jerome Levine Toby and Andy Levine Jules Levine Phyllis and Joel Levy Barbara and Mitchell Lipcon Madeline and Martin Lizt Dena and Ralph Lowenbach Tracy Lowry Barbara and Jerrold Lozner Michael Anthony Lucido, Esq. Dorothy Maffei Ronni and Arnie Malasky Barbara Mandler James Manning Judy and Don Marcus Dr. Andrea Marks and David Warmflash Margo and Jack Maron Leslie and Richard Marx Suzette Brooks Masters and Seth Masters Helena Matthews Elaine and George McCabe James and Helen McCarthy Dr. Denise McCarthy Rosemary and John McLaughlin Theresa McMahon Kerry Meehan Robin and Gary Melton Samuel Miller in memory of Harriet Miller Estelle Miller Joann Monk Tina Monteleone Anthony Montenaro Gillian Morbey Lorraine Moresi Leslie Morris

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Judith and Alex Nardacci Jill and Hank Narrow Margaret and Charles P. Nastro Nancy Nathan Judith Neidenberg Clark Nicholls Bruce and Mary Nielsen June Nislick Mary Ann and Robert Norris Lesley Oelsner & Lewis A. Kaplan Ann and Al Oppenheim Marykate Owens Constance and Stephe Pajeski Mary and Richard Palmer Marcia and Dan Parnell David Parry Janie and Larry Pellish Samuel Perlman Dr. William and Katharina Perlow Christian and Carol Pfister Ann and Marty Phillips Neal and Frieda Pilson Roxanne A. and Clement Pin Dianne Cutillo and Bernard Pinsonnault Marjorie and Miles Pollack M.C. Pomerance Mona Pomerance & Lee Berg Anamarie and Edward Prensky Jane Present Frank Pringle Robyn and Robert Prizer Diane and Arthur Porvenz Nora and Don Quadrozzi Donna & John Quallen Kathleen Quinn and James Lortsher Beth and Joel Radsken Marvin Raidman Sharon Strassfeld and Michael Ramella Sharon and Paul Raverta Carolee Reiber and Dr. Cy Nash Barbara and Terrence Reideler Ingrid Richardson Rick and Nancy Richardson Richard Riseberg Janice and Joel Roberts Lesley and Martin Robings Adele Rodbell Martha Rosen Aaron and Judith Rosenberg Sabina and Alex Rosenblum Elizabeth Michel and Leonard Rosenfeld Laura Rosenthal Kenneth Ross Alice and Donald Roth Deborah Roth Janet and David Rothstein Ellen and Peter Rowntree Shirley Rubenstein Ernest Rubenstein and Tova Friedler Jack and Lenore Rubin Nina and Robert Rubin in honor of Sheila Richman Sandra and Alan Rubin Philip Rumore Steve Ruskin Linda and Frank Russell

Jane Ryan Robert Salerno Linda Sambel Pamela Sandler AIA Phyllis and Stuart Sandrew Susan and Stephen Sariego Marc Schechter Alice Schertle Alice and David Schiff Terri Schifrin and Stanley Friedman Carol Schneebaum Steven and Ronnie Schnoll Sue and Ralph Schulman Joe and Joanna Schwartz Harriet and Stuart Schweitzer Rose Scotch Roberta Seidman Adrea and Leo Seligsohn Barbara Serating and Ted Shiffman Adele and Michael Serber Helen-Mary Shaffer Harriet and Harold Shair Stephen and Leslie Shatz Alice Shedlin and Theodore Feldman Susan and Judd Shoval Pam and Richard Siegel Sybil and Marshall Sigel Bob Silberberg Gail and Leonard Silverman Louise Simmons Richard and Marcie Simons Dorothy and Irwin Sklar Alice and Joseph Small Turbi and Paul Smilow Barbara Snyder Adrienne and Matthew Speed Janis and Jeff Sperber Barbara Steckler Carol and Bob Segman Tamara and Jeffrey Stevens Geraldine and Van Stevens Beverly Choyce Stewart and Donald Dwyer Martha and Ron Stewart Judith Stolzberg Lenore and Paul Sundberg Susan and Alexander Sussman Margaret Sutherland and Ann Ghublikian Esther and Abraham Szmukler Ellen and Leonard Tabs Michlyne and Dan Thal Matthew Thomases Edith Thurber and Kevin O’Rourke Lutitia Tibbetts Nancy and Joseph Tirrell Dr. Stephen Tosk Debbie and Michael Troner Ruth Tucker Barbara and Daltrey Turner Julie Tybout and F. Alton Ann and Peter Usher Marjorie Van Houten Lee Vandermark Sandra and Ron Veillette Tom Viola Madeline and Chester Vogel Barry Waldorf and Stanley Gotlin

Judith Walter and Irvin Nathan Inez Weinstein Linda and Eric White Trudy Whitman and Alan Nisselson Anne and Arthur Wichman Stephen Wichrowski Dee and Frank Wind David Wood Sarah Wright Janet Lee Wynn Elena and Joseph Yanushpolsky Judy and Manny Yvars The Thanksgiving Family in honor of Julia Kaplan Gillian Zakham and Roy Korins Janis and Harvey Zimbler Sherry and Jeffrey Zukoff Gloria and Richard Zupcak *denotes deceased

MATCHING GIFT FOUNDATIONS Aetna Foundation, Inc. Alliance Bernstein Chevron Humankind Exxon Mobil Foundation The GE Foundation IBM MassMustual Financial Group And many thanks to the patrons who are supporting us with smaller gifts which are too numerous to list here.

Zurin Villanueva and Darnell Abraham in Ragtime, 2017. PHOTO Daniel Rader.

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EDUCATION DONORS Artistic Circle $25,000+ Berkshire Bank Foundation Berkshire United Way Greylock Federal Credit Union The Feigenbaum Foundation Visionary $10,000-$24,999 The Peter F. Levin Philanthropic Fund at InterAct for Change Mary Ann & Bruno Quinson Massachusetts Cultural Council Youth Reach Director $5,000-$9,999 Sydelle and Lee Blatt Anne & Lawrence Frisman Marita and David Glodt Judi Goldsmith Joan and Jim Hunter Judith and Richard Jacobs The Estate of Ruth L. Krauss Richard and Stephanie Solar Michael and Cheryl Zaccaro Founder $2,500-$4,999 A Better Community Clothing Sale Carole and Dan Burack Moe England “Mike” and David Faust Susan and David Lombard Debra Miersma and David Russell MountainOne Bank Claudia Perles Robert and Lyn Petricca Roslyn and Charles Stuzin Leader $1,000-$2,4999 Hildi and Walter Black Kathleen and Neil Chrisman Cultural Council of Northern Berkshires Reba and Bruce Evenchik Renee and Steven Finn Esta and Kenny Friedman Audrey and Ralph Friedner James and Marla Greenfield Harlequin Drama Club--MCLA Madeline and Ian Hooper

Julia Kaplan Arnold Kotlen Leslie and Roy Kozupsky Madeline Kreitman Sue and Daniel Lipson Joseph McDonald Linda and Robert Noonan North Adams Cultural Council Rod Pleasants and Steve Godwin Marian and Marshall Raser Randi Rossignol and Martin Ross Marcia and Albert Schmier Laurie and Martin V. Schwartz Carol and Richard Seltzer Kathi and John Thonet The Vesper Society Art and Terry Wasser Shirley and Ira Yohalem Benefactor $500-$999 Paula Consolini and James Mahon Linda Conway William Drosehn Nancy Feldman and Mike Chefetz King and Deborah Francis Ann and John Galt Stephanie and Robert Gittleman Wendy and Peter Gordon David Harris Kathleen and Al Jaffee Susan and Edward Kopelowitz Harold Kramer Elizabeth and David Krant Dale and Stephen Kulvin Pamela and Don Litchy Amy and Jeff Man Alarms of Berkshire County Kate and Joel Millonzi Drs. Carolyn and Eli Newberger Mary and Philip Oppenheimer Pittsfield Cultural Council Sheila and Harold Richman Kay and Parvis Sadighi Rosita Sarnoff and Beth Sapery Joan and Errol Stoltz Bob and Karen Youdelman

Angel $250-$499 Diane Barth and Joel Warren Elaine and Mark Cancilla Jim Cochran and Fran Pilato Margaret and Howard Fluhr Tessa Kelly & Chris Parkinson Norma and Irving Kronenberg Pat and Fred Lamarca Sheila and Wallace Lehman Lenox Cultural Council Raquel and Lear Levin Rhoda and Morris Levitt Maureen and John McFeely Barbara and Arthur Myers Carol and Michael Riordan Mark Rosengren Randi and Max Rossignol Suburban Internal Medicine, Inc. Tuesday Club of Stockbridge Friend $100-$249 Jocelyn Chapman Olivia Georgia and Steve Oakes Richard Gore, Jr. The Staff of the North Adams Playwright Mentoring Project Laurence and Ethan Oberwager Marie and Jerry Pindus Howard and Marlene Roy Eleanor Velez Supporter $50-$99 Roberta McCulloch-Dews and Warren Dews, Jr. Thomas Dillon Laurie Gallagher Barton Jones Robert and Selma Josell Leslie Oransky Frank and Marcia Peteroy Gennaro Principe Judy Kelly and Paul Stramese Lora and Sigmund Tobias All donors listed in this Playbill include gifts from May 1, 2017 –May 10, 2018. We apologize for any missed gifts due to an earlier cut-off date. Every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy. Please notify us of any name corrections or discrepancies by contacting Trevor Wise at (413) 997-6115 or TWise@BarringtonStageCo.org. Thank you.

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JACOB’S PILLOW D A N C E

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F E S T I VA L 2 0 1 8

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On view June 2 to September 3, 2018

A juried exhibition featuring works by Berkshire artists in all styles and genres. Sponsored by Downtown Pittsfield | Berkshiremuseum.org

2018–2019 SEASON

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Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash JUL 6 – AUG 12, 2018

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The Royale

SEP 21 – OCT 14, 2018

Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

PROJECT

NOV 23 – DEC 23, 2018

Red Maple WORLD PREMIERE JAN 25 – FEB 17, 2019

Shakespeare in Love APR 5 – MAY 12, 2019

Hamilton

AUG 20 – 25, 2019 at Proctors (Second week of engagement) Learn more at

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July 18 to August 25

Look for these works of art around Berkshire County Live auction Sunday, August 26

Special thanks to

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111 South Street • Pittsfield, MA 83 East Main Street • Stockbridge, MA 6 East Street • Stockbridge, MA

July 26–August 16 at The Colonial Theatre

Berkshire Theatre Group’s Production of

directed by Travis Daly music direction by Mark Gionfriddo choreography by Avital Asuleen WORLD PREMIERE

June 14–30

at The Unicorn Theatre

June 28–July 21

at The Fitzpatrick Main Stage

July 5–August 11 at The Unicorn Theatre

COMING BACK LIKE A

SONG! A Play About

written by

Jason Odell Williams

directed by Charlotte

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Irving Berlin, Harold Arlen & Jimmy Van Heusen by Lee Kalcheim directed by

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music direction by

August 2–25

Daniel Mollet

August 16–31

at The Fitzpatrick Main Stage

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directed by

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music direction by Eric Svejcar choreography by Lisa Shriver

Sept. 27–Oct. 28 at The Unicorn Theatre

LU I G I P I R A N D E L L O

Harriet Harris is

Sister Mary Ignatius

a new version by Nicholas Wright directed by Eric Hill

Explains It All For You and

The Actor’s Nightmare

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directed by

David Auburn

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2018 SEASON May - December Morning After Grace BY CAREY CRIM

Macbeth

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As You Like It

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Heisenberg

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Love’s Labor’s Lost

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Mothers and Sons BY TERRENCE MCNALLY

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JUNE 26 – AUGUST 19

2018 SEE IT HERE

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Exhibition supported in part by Dena M. Hardymon and TD Bank.

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South Mountain Concerts Pittsfield, Massachusetts

100th Anniversary Season

September 2 Escher String Quartet & David Shifrin, clarinet September 16 Saint Lawrence String Quartet September 23 Juilliard String Quartet

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September 30 Wu Han, piano; David Finckel, cello; & Friends October 7 Emerson String Quartet For Brochure and Ticket Information Write South Mountain Concerts, Box 23 Pittsfield, MA 01202 Phone 413 442-2106 www.SouthMountainConcerts.org

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Help make a real difference in our community. A donation to the Boys & Girls Club is an investment in our community. Established in 1900, the Boys & Girls Club of the Berkshires currently serves over 1,400 youth in our 120,000 sq. ft. Pittsfield facility. We offer over 30 programs in sports and recreation, academics, citizenship and leadership, music, theatre, vocational training, and arts and crafts. Plus, our summer day camp, Camp Russell, serves over 400 youth each year. A recent national study found that every dollar invested in Boys & Girls Clubs returns $9.60 in current and future earnings, as well as cost-savings, to the community. Visit us at www.bgcberkshires.org to learn more or make a donation today.

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PLATINUM RESTAURANT PARTNERS Make a night of it with these exclusive deals for Barrington Stage patrons. Proof of ticket required. Valid on performance date only. Taxes and gratuity not included.

EAT ON NORTH

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PATRICK’S PUB

On Park Square (413) 499-1994 | patricksinpittsfield.com Irish-style pub offering hearty American eats & many brews on tap in a cozy, wood-&-brick setting. 10% off your bill when same day theatre tickets are presented. Excludes alcohol.

THE RAINBOW RESTAURANT

109 First Street , Downtown Pittsfield (413) 443-0002 | dinerainbow.com Wood-fired Pizza, Great Entrees, Fresh Salads, Daily Specials. Come experience Pittsfield’s dine out tradition. One free dessert with purchase of two entrees.

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2018 Season Playbill  

Barrington Stage Company's 2018 Season Playbill.

2018 Season Playbill  

Barrington Stage Company's 2018 Season Playbill.

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