WAM Theatre's ‘The Attic, The Pearls and Three Fine Girls' Offers Early Booking Incentive

WAM Theatre's November Production of ‘The Attic, The Pearls and Three Fine Girls' is a comedy collectively written by Jennifer Brewin, Leah Cherniak, Ann-Marie Macdonald, Alisa Palmer and Martha Ross. The production will be the Berkshire Premiere of this Canadian play, which the Ottawa Citizen called ‘a piece of theatre with warmth, humour and irresistible broadness of heart'. In keeping with WAM's double philanthropic mission, a portion of proceeds from the production will be donated to The Berkshire United Way Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative. The production will run November 3-20 at Barrington Stage Company Stage 2 in Pittsfield.

In a wonderful show of support by the 4 largest Berkshire theatre companies, those who pre-book their tickets to WAM's November Production by October 15 will automatically be entered to win a prize consisting of 8 Theatre Tickets: 2 for Barrington Stage Company's 2012 Production of Fiddler on the Roof, any 2012 production on the Berkshire Theatre Group's Fitzpatrick Main Stage, 2 for any Fall or Winter production at Shakespeare & Company and 2 for any production next summer on the 2012 Williamstown Theatre Festival Main Stage. Go to www.WAMTheatre.com or call 1-800-838-3006 and book by October 15 to have a chance at this high value prize! The winner will be notified on October 16.

The Attic, The Pearls and Three Fine Girls is a visit with the three Fine sisters. Jojo is a university professor obsessed with Brecht (to be played by Barbara Cardillo), Jayne is a bi-sexual corporate shark (to be played by Deann Simmons Halper) and Jelly is an eccentric artist who loves boxes (to be played by Karen Lee). A poignant romp through the attic in the home of their recently-deceased father reminds the Fine sisters of their childhood and forces them to redefine their future together.

"WAM Theatre is delighted to continue to realize our mission of using theatre to benefit women and girls by producing this Berkshire Premiere with this incredible cast and creative team" said Kristen van Ginhoven, WAM Theatre's Artistic Director. "Having Berkshire United Way's Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative (TPPI) as the beneficiary for this production is WAM's way of supporting the agencies, organizations and volunteers who are working together to address teen pregnancy as part of TPPI."

"WAM's commitment to organizations that benefit the lives of women and girls in our community is aligned with the mission of the TPPI. Teen pregnancy prevention obviously isn't only a women's issue, but our strategies to improve sexual health information, increase access to contraceptives and help our kids see a bright future will help improve the lives of young women throughout Berkshire County," adds Kristine Hazzard, President and CEO of Berkshire United Way.

Call 1-800-838-3006 or go to www.WAMTheatre.com to purchase tickets.

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