Barrington Stage Company
About Typhoid Mary
This is the true story of Mary Mallon, known better as Typhoid Mary. As one of the most infamous women in America, she was incredibly stubborn, ambitious, and in fierce denial of any wrongdoing. This searing drama captures the controversy surrounding Mary and her steadfast conviction in her beliefs. Master storyteller Mark St. Germain (Freud’s Last Session and Dancing Lessons) has brilliantly captured the woman behind the myths while exploring the battle between science and religion.
36 Linden Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201
Sydelle and Lee Blatt Performing Arts Center houses the newly renovated 132-seat St. Germain Stage and Mr. Finn’s Cabaret, a 99-seat cabaret space in the lower level of the building. In the spring of 2012, BSC purchased the former V.F.W. building in Pittsfield, three blocks from the Boyd-Quinson Mainstage. The building was named in honor of the BSC patrons who made the purchase of the building possible, Sydelle and Lee Blatt. Venue is air-conditioned and wheelchair accessible. Venue has an assistive hearing system.