Barrington Stage Company, Pittsfield MA

BSC put on a great production, and offered a great restroom experience.

The layout would be a little awkward when the room is filled up with a line of patrons peering around the corner looking for an available stall, but it was beautifully styled.  The red walls, the gleaming sinks with sleek, modern faucets, and the glamorous portrait which draws the eye up towards the high ceilings, make for an attractive bathroom.  The water flowing into the sink made a delightful tinny sound, and the soap smelled so good.

But here is their key to an awesome public restroom:  the stall is deep enough that you have plenty of room to enter – even with a large handbag slung over your shoulder – turn around and close the door without being pressed up against the toilet, without having to awkwardly twist around to avoid squishing your body between the door and the wall.  It’s the gold standard of stall size!  

So go see a show…and enjoy!

   
    
 

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About amyontheotherside

I've always been attentive to the public restrooms I've used...the good, the bad and the ugly! They all have their uniqueness and charms. I explore these on my blog, "From in the Can". In the rest of my life (outside of the bathroom) I have just moved from NYC to Virginia and am chronicling the experience in the "Experiment in a New Life" blog.
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