Barrington Stage Company Taps Two to Board of Trustees

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Barrington Stage Company has appointed Caroline Holland and Debra Jo Rupp to the Board of Trustees.

"Caroline Holland and Debra Jo Rupp are exciting new additions to the board. Caroline's knowledge of the Berkshire community and what it needs to make it even more vibrant is extraordinary. Debra Jo's voice as a working theater artist is important as we move ahead developing new work and community projects. We look forward to working side by side with them furthering Barrington Stage's mission," said ​Artistic Director Julianne Boyd.

Holland is the managing director of Mill Town Capital, overseeing operations, strategy and project execution for Mill Town Capital, an impact investment fund focused on the Berkshires. She was formerly the strategy and business development manager at General Dynamics Mission Systems in Pittsfield and the senior associate at the MASY Group in Alexandria, Va. She holds a master of arts in international conflict and security studies from the University of Oregon and a bachelor of arts from the University of Richmond. She lives in Pittsfield with her husband Sam Russo.

Rupp is an associate artist at Barrington Stage. Her many credits include "Time Flies and Other Comedies," "The Cake," "Love Letters," "Kimberly Akimbo," Dr. Ruth," "All the Way" and many more. Film credits include "Big," "Clockwatchers," and "Sgt Bilko" and has more than 200 television appearances, most notably "That '70s Show," "Seinfeld," "Friends," "NCIS: LA" and "Elementary." She is currently recurring on "This Is Us" and "The Ranch" with Sam Elliot on Netflix.


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