Town Players is the oldest theater in Berkshire County and one of the oldest continually running non profit theaters in the country.
All events to be held at the Whitney Center for the Arts (unless otherwise noted)
42 Wendell Ave, Pittsfield, MA 01201
Sept. 18th at 5:30 & 7pm FREE 3rd Thursday Event! “The Rental” by Mark Harvey Levine ~ Director: Milton Lestz
Nick Crews of the Indianapolis Star describes this play as “fifteen minutes of sparkling repartee”. In this play, Sonya receives an extraordinary birthday present — a rented boyfriend. He’s the perfect man for her — but he’s only there for a day.
The cast includes Renee Rotta as Sonya and Raymond Jacoub as Harold.
Sept. 28th at 2pm $5 Admission “Gently Down the Stream” by Robin Rice Lichtig ~ Director: Melanie Rivers
Robin Lichtig, whose roots are in Berkshire County, is an award-winning, published, New York playwright. “Gently Down the Stream” is based on a true story and told from the perspective of a tough-talking Maine Coon Cat named Turbo. It revolves around love, loss and new beginnings.
The cast includes Vince Doyle, Megan Rogers, Sheila Wood, Jill Wanderman, Brian Plankey and Nancy Schaffer.
Oct. 16th at 5:30 and 7pm FREE 3rd Thursday Event (plus a special showing on Oct. 19th at 3:30pm at Naumkeag) “Trifles” by Susan Glaspell ~ Director: Karel Fisher and Assistant Director: Thomas Gardner
Oct. 26th at 2pm $5 Admission “The Weir” by Conor McPherson ~ Director: John Trainor