• May 1 - 19, 2004

Seventeen months and one ton of aluminum in the making, Holler tells the story of Bill, a morally compromised West Virginia mechanic and petty criminal whose only source of goodness lies in his younger, simpler brother, Joe.

Bricolage turned the Brew House’s IAC Performance Garage into an ominous West Virginia trailer park, complete with automobile skeletons, nosy neighbors, and an actual trailer, hauled in and cut up to fit the Brew House’s raw, exciting performance area. Artistic Director Jeffrey Carpenter was named one of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s top performers of the year for his portrayal of Bill, and according to the Post-Gazette’s Christopher Rawson, Robert Hirst’s set design was “the best [he’s] seen in a long time.”

Meet the Cast & Crew

  • Writer

    • David Turkel
  • Director

    • David Turkel
  • Cast

    • Jeffrey Carpenter
    • Greg Coughlin
    • Terry Parshall
    • Elena Passarello
    • Dereck Walton
    • Daryl Fleming
  • Production Team

    • Rob Hirst
    • Douglas McDermott
    • Rob Long
    • Brad Peterson
    • Ange Vesco
    • Mamie Stein
    • Stephanie Kinch

Special Thank You To Our Sponsors

  • Heinz Small Arts Initiative
  • Construction Junction
  • Henry J. Simmons Foundation