Atkinson, Rupp and Van Patten Join Casts for Berkshire Summer Theatre Festival

News   Atkinson, Rupp and Van Patten Join Casts for Berkshire Summer Theatre Festival
Jayne Atkinson, Stephen de Rosa, Debra Jo Rupp and Joyce Van Patten will join previously announced stars Linda Hamilton and Randy Harrison for the upcoming Berkshire Theatre Festival 2007 season.

The Stockbridge, MA, company hits its 79th summer this season with a number of revivals of well-known plays from Terrence McNally, George Bernard Shaw and Tennessee Williams as well as a workshop production of a new Rick Cleveland work.

The Berkshire Theatre Festival 2007 season follows:

  • Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie (May 24-June 30) - Unicorn Theatre
    Eric Hill directs Aya Cash, Greg Keller, Kate Maguire and Tom Story.
  • Terrence McNally's Love! Valour! Compassion! (June 19-July 7) - Main Stage
    Anders Cato directs a cast that features David Adkins, Stephen de Rosa, Jonathan Fried, Ricky Fromeyer, James Lloyd Reynolds and Matthew Wilkas.


  • Rick Cleveland's My Pal George (July 3-21) - Unicorn
    Eric Simonson directs writer Cleveland.
  • Dale Wasserman's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (July 10-28) - Main
    Hill directs Ron Bagden, Crystal Bock, Austin Durant, Jonathan Epstein, Linda Hamilton, Randy Harrison, Jerry Krasser, Tommy Schrider, Robert Serrell, E. Gray Simons III and Anthony Stockard.
  • Julie Jensen'sTwo-Headed (July 25-Aug. 18) - Unicorn
    Marc Geller directs Corinna May and Diane Prusha.
  • Paul Osborn's Morning's at Seven (July 31-Aug. 11) - Main
    Vivian Matalon directs Anita Gillette, David Green, Paul Hecht, Jonathan Hogan, Lucy Martin, Debra Jo Rupp, Christianne Tisdale and Joyce Van Patten.
  • George Bernard Shaw's Mrs. Warren's Profession (Aug. 14-Sept. 1) - Main
    Cato directs Sara Drew, Jayne Atkinson, Randy Harrison, Walter Hudson, Mark Nelson and Stephen Temperley.
  • Willy Russell's Educating Rita (Aug. 21-Oct. 20) - Unicorn
    Richard Corley directs Jonathan Epstein and Tara Franklin. Tickets to the festival at Berkshire Theatre Festival, 6 Main Street in Stockbridge, MA, are available by calling (413) 298-5576. For more information visit

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