Linda Hamilton Stars in Berkshire Night of the Iguana, Aug. 1-12

News   Linda Hamilton Stars in Berkshire Night of the Iguana, Aug. 1-12 Linda Hamilton, who kicked some cyborg butt in "Terminator" and "Terminator 2," will play widow Maxine Faulk in the Aug. 1-12 staging of Tennessee Williams' classic The Night of the Iguana at the Berkshire Theatre Festival.
(L-R): Amelia Campbell, Garret Dillahunt and Linda Hamilton in rehearsal for The Night of the Iguana.
(L-R): Amelia Campbell, Garret Dillahunt and Linda Hamilton in rehearsal for The Night of the Iguana. Photo by Kevin Sprague

Anders Cato directs the tale of a group of outcasts — including a defrocked minister — trapped in a Mexican hotel. Amelia Campbell plays Hannah Jelkes. Campbell, recently seen in Tryst at The Promenade Theater Off-Broadway, replaces the previously announced Robin Weigert, who dropped out for a movie role. Garret Dillahunt also stars.

Also in the cast are Garret Dillahunt as the Reverend T. Lawrence Shannon as well as William Swan as Nonno, Charlotte Maier as Judith Fellows, Lauren Orkus as Charlotte Goodall, Sam Kitchin as Jake Latta and Aaron Costa Ganis as Hank.

Tickets range from $37 to $64. Call 413-298-5576 or visit www.berkshiretheatre.org.