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Living On Love

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Free Theatre - Robin Hood

Through July 25 | Poker Flats Field
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Fool for Love

July 23-August 2 | Nikos Stage
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The Skivvies

Sexy. Sassy. Stripped-Down.

July 27-28 | Center Stage

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2:00 pm A Great Wilderness @ Nikos Stage
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A Great Wilderness July 9 - July 20 | Nikos Stage

By Samuel D. Hunter
Directed by Eric Ting

After decades as the gentle-natured leader of a Christian retreat that endeavors to “cure” gay teens, Walt is packing up his life and preparing for a reluctant retirement. But when his final client quietly disappears into the remote Idaho wilderness, Walt discovers that his previously unwavering moral compass no longer points the way. With profound humanity and subtlety, Obie Award-winning playwright Samuel D. Hunter navigates complex moral terrain, exploring the shifting motives and inconstant strength of our personal convictions.

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2:00 pm Living on Love @ Main Stage
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Living On Love July 16 - July 26 | Main Stage

By Joe DiPietro
Based on the play Peccadillo by Garson Kanin
Directed by Kathleen Marshall

World-renowned soprano Renée Fleming takes the Festival stage as celebrated diva Raquel De Angelis. When her husband, the fiery and egomaniacal Maestro Vito De Angelis, becomes enamored with the lovely young lady hired to ghostwrite his long-delayed autobiography, Raquel retaliates by hiring her very own — and very handsome — ghostwriter to chronicle her life as an opera star. As the young writers try to keep themselves out of the story while churning out chapters, the high-energy — and high-maintenance — power duet threatens to fall out of tune for good. A sparkling new comedy from two-time Tony Award winner Joe DiPietro, adapted from a work by the revered Garson Kanin and directed by three-time Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall.

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7:30 pm Living with Lewis @ Main Stage
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Living With Lewis July 21 | Main Stage @7:30

An Evening of Stand-Up with Lewis Black

While this world of ours is no picnic, Williamstown’s favorite (adopted) son, Lewis Black, always manages to make a meal of it. From his standing-room-only Broadway runs to his eighteen seasons on The Daily Show, this Grammy Award-winning comedian makes our collective indignation not only delicious, but hilarious. And while he’s made countless fans around the globe, his WTF shows are legendary — something about the fresh air really gets him riled up. Don’t miss it.

$100 tickets include a post-performance reception with Lewis and other Festival artists. All proceeds from this performance will support the Festival’s signature professional development programs.

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7:30 pm Free Theatre – Robin Hood @ Poker Flats Field
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Free Theatre | Robin Hood July 16 - July 25 | Poker Flats Field - 7:30 pm

By Larry Blamire
Directed by Stella Powell-Jones

Plays July 16 – 19 & 22 – 25

Dashing outlaw. Expert archer. Cunning wealth redistributor. Merry Man. The daring deeds of Robin Hood come alive in this fresh and funny adaptation of the traditional ballads and folklore. Brimming with spirited swordplay and tongue-in-cheek humor, it celebrates the well-known tale of Robin, Maid Marian, Little John, Friar Tuck, and the rest, while cleverly reinventing the myth. The Williamstown woods are magically transformed into Sherwood Forest as sought-after director Stella Powell-Jones enlivens this legendary swashbuckling adventure on the outdoor Free Theatre stage. Bring the whole family and a picnic for a merry evening under the stars!

DOWNLOAD THE FREE THEATRE USER’S GUIDE HERE

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7:30 pm Living on Love (Talkback) @ Main Stage
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Living On Love July 16 - July 26 | Main Stage

By Joe DiPietro
Based on the play Peccadillo by Garson Kanin
Directed by Kathleen Marshall

World-renowned soprano Renée Fleming takes the Festival stage as celebrated diva Raquel De Angelis. When her husband, the fiery and egomaniacal Maestro Vito De Angelis, becomes enamored with the lovely young lady hired to ghostwrite his long-delayed autobiography, Raquel retaliates by hiring her very own — and very handsome — ghostwriter to chronicle her life as an opera star. As the young writers try to keep themselves out of the story while churning out chapters, the high-energy — and high-maintenance — power duet threatens to fall out of tune for good. A sparkling new comedy from two-time Tony Award winner Joe DiPietro, adapted from a work by the revered Garson Kanin and directed by three-time Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall.

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2:00 pm Living on Love @ Main Stage
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Living On Love July 16 - July 26 | Main Stage

By Joe DiPietro
Based on the play Peccadillo by Garson Kanin
Directed by Kathleen Marshall

World-renowned soprano Renée Fleming takes the Festival stage as celebrated diva Raquel De Angelis. When her husband, the fiery and egomaniacal Maestro Vito De Angelis, becomes enamored with the lovely young lady hired to ghostwrite his long-delayed autobiography, Raquel retaliates by hiring her very own — and very handsome — ghostwriter to chronicle her life as an opera star. As the young writers try to keep themselves out of the story while churning out chapters, the high-energy — and high-maintenance — power duet threatens to fall out of tune for good. A sparkling new comedy from two-time Tony Award winner Joe DiPietro, adapted from a work by the revered Garson Kanin and directed by three-time Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall.

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7:30 pm Fool for Love (Preview) @ Main Stage
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Fool for Love July 23 - August 2 | Nikos Stage

By Sam Shepard
Directed by Daniel Aukin

Holed up in a seedy motel on the edge of the Mojave Desert, two former lovers unpack the deep secrets and dark desires of their tangled relationship, passionately tearing each other apart. Beaten down by ill-fated love and a ruthless struggle for identity, can they ultimately live with, or without, each other? Led by director Daniel Aukin, Williamstown veteran and enigmatic film star Sam Rockwell and 2012 Tony Award winner Nina Arianda bring an explosive intensity to Sam Shepard’s landmark myth of the new Wild West.

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7:30 pm Free Theatre – Robin Hood @ Poker Flats Field
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Free Theatre | Robin Hood July 16 - July 25 | Poker Flats Field - 7:30 pm

By Larry Blamire
Directed by Stella Powell-Jones

Plays July 16 – 19 & 22 – 25

Dashing outlaw. Expert archer. Cunning wealth redistributor. Merry Man. The daring deeds of Robin Hood come alive in this fresh and funny adaptation of the traditional ballads and folklore. Brimming with spirited swordplay and tongue-in-cheek humor, it celebrates the well-known tale of Robin, Maid Marian, Little John, Friar Tuck, and the rest, while cleverly reinventing the myth. The Williamstown woods are magically transformed into Sherwood Forest as sought-after director Stella Powell-Jones enlivens this legendary swashbuckling adventure on the outdoor Free Theatre stage. Bring the whole family and a picnic for a merry evening under the stars!

DOWNLOAD THE FREE THEATRE USER’S GUIDE HERE

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7:30 pm Living on Love @ Main Stage
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Living On Love July 16 - July 26 | Main Stage

By Joe DiPietro
Based on the play Peccadillo by Garson Kanin
Directed by Kathleen Marshall

World-renowned soprano Renée Fleming takes the Festival stage as celebrated diva Raquel De Angelis. When her husband, the fiery and egomaniacal Maestro Vito De Angelis, becomes enamored with the lovely young lady hired to ghostwrite his long-delayed autobiography, Raquel retaliates by hiring her very own — and very handsome — ghostwriter to chronicle her life as an opera star. As the young writers try to keep themselves out of the story while churning out chapters, the high-energy — and high-maintenance — power duet threatens to fall out of tune for good. A sparkling new comedy from two-time Tony Award winner Joe DiPietro, adapted from a work by the revered Garson Kanin and directed by three-time Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall.

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2:00 pm Fool for Love @ Nikos Stage
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Fool for Love July 23 - August 2 | Nikos Stage

By Sam Shepard
Directed by Daniel Aukin

Holed up in a seedy motel on the edge of the Mojave Desert, two former lovers unpack the deep secrets and dark desires of their tangled relationship, passionately tearing each other apart. Beaten down by ill-fated love and a ruthless struggle for identity, can they ultimately live with, or without, each other? Led by director Daniel Aukin, Williamstown veteran and enigmatic film star Sam Rockwell and 2012 Tony Award winner Nina Arianda bring an explosive intensity to Sam Shepard’s landmark myth of the new Wild West.

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2:00 pm Living on Love @ Main Stage
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Living On Love July 16 - July 26 | Main Stage

By Joe DiPietro
Based on the play Peccadillo by Garson Kanin
Directed by Kathleen Marshall

World-renowned soprano Renée Fleming takes the Festival stage as celebrated diva Raquel De Angelis. When her husband, the fiery and egomaniacal Maestro Vito De Angelis, becomes enamored with the lovely young lady hired to ghostwrite his long-delayed autobiography, Raquel retaliates by hiring her very own — and very handsome — ghostwriter to chronicle her life as an opera star. As the young writers try to keep themselves out of the story while churning out chapters, the high-energy — and high-maintenance — power duet threatens to fall out of tune for good. A sparkling new comedy from two-time Tony Award winner Joe DiPietro, adapted from a work by the revered Garson Kanin and directed by three-time Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall.

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7:30 pm Fool for Love (Opening Night) @ Main Stage
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Fool for Love July 23 - August 2 | Nikos Stage

By Sam Shepard
Directed by Daniel Aukin

Holed up in a seedy motel on the edge of the Mojave Desert, two former lovers unpack the deep secrets and dark desires of their tangled relationship, passionately tearing each other apart. Beaten down by ill-fated love and a ruthless struggle for identity, can they ultimately live with, or without, each other? Led by director Daniel Aukin, Williamstown veteran and enigmatic film star Sam Rockwell and 2012 Tony Award winner Nina Arianda bring an explosive intensity to Sam Shepard’s landmark myth of the new Wild West.

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7:30 pm Free Theatre – Robin Hood @ Poker Flats Field
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Free Theatre | Robin Hood July 16 - July 25 | Poker Flats Field - 7:30 pm

By Larry Blamire
Directed by Stella Powell-Jones

Plays July 16 – 19 & 22 – 25

Dashing outlaw. Expert archer. Cunning wealth redistributor. Merry Man. The daring deeds of Robin Hood come alive in this fresh and funny adaptation of the traditional ballads and folklore. Brimming with spirited swordplay and tongue-in-cheek humor, it celebrates the well-known tale of Robin, Maid Marian, Little John, Friar Tuck, and the rest, while cleverly reinventing the myth. The Williamstown woods are magically transformed into Sherwood Forest as sought-after director Stella Powell-Jones enlivens this legendary swashbuckling adventure on the outdoor Free Theatre stage. Bring the whole family and a picnic for a merry evening under the stars!

DOWNLOAD THE FREE THEATRE USER’S GUIDE HERE

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7:30 pm Living on Love @ Main Stage
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Living On Love July 16 - July 26 | Main Stage

By Joe DiPietro
Based on the play Peccadillo by Garson Kanin
Directed by Kathleen Marshall

World-renowned soprano Renée Fleming takes the Festival stage as celebrated diva Raquel De Angelis. When her husband, the fiery and egomaniacal Maestro Vito De Angelis, becomes enamored with the lovely young lady hired to ghostwrite his long-delayed autobiography, Raquel retaliates by hiring her very own — and very handsome — ghostwriter to chronicle her life as an opera star. As the young writers try to keep themselves out of the story while churning out chapters, the high-energy — and high-maintenance — power duet threatens to fall out of tune for good. A sparkling new comedy from two-time Tony Award winner Joe DiPietro, adapted from a work by the revered Garson Kanin and directed by three-time Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall.

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10:30 pm Late-Night Cabaret @ Goodrich Hall
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Late-Night Cabaret July 10 - August 9 | Goodrich Hall

with Musical Director Kris Kukul

July 10–12
July 24–26
August 7–9

The stars shine at night as WTF’s celebrated Late-Night Cabaret Series returns in 2014! Festival family, both established and emerging, sing, dance, and surprise you in these intimate and unforgettable evenings. Cabarets start at 10:30PM and are held in Goodrich Hall, just a few blocks from the Main and Nikos Stages.

WTF Donors at the Sustainer level and above get first crack at tickets for our popular Cabarets.  Unsold tickets go on sale to the public one week prior to each performance.

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3:00 pm Fridays@3 @ Nikos Stage
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Fridays@3 July 11 - August 15 | Nikos Stage

The Festival’s weekly reading series offers playwrights and audiences alike the chance to hear new works by America’s leading playwrights read by WTF company actors. Plays selected for Fridays@3 are frequently under consideration for a future production on WTF’s Nikos Stage.

SPECIAL WEDNESDAY READING

Kinship  | Wednesday, July 9, 2014 @ 2pm

Paresky Student Center

By Carey Perloff
Featuring Penny Fuller and Cynthia Nixon

She’s a hot newspaper editor who seems to have it all. But when late-night editing sessions with a young reporter (who happens to be her best friend’s son) turn into something more, her world begins to crumble. A story of obsession and desire set against Racine’s Phèdre, Carey Perloff’s Kinship tests the tensile strength of love and friendship, and finds them much more delicate than they appear. Incoming WTF Artistic Director Mandy Greenfield will moderate a talkback following the reading.

An Intervention | July 11, 2014

By Mike Bartlett
Directed by Lila Neugebauer

They were good friends, maybe even best friends, until a whole lot of booze, a new girlfriend, and a far-off war drove a massive wedge between them. Maybe it’s time to call it quits? An Intervention, penned by Mike Bartlett, author of the Olivier Award-winning Cock, is a mischievous and humorous drama that puts friendship and citizenship under a magnifying glass.

The Squeaky Wheel | July 18, 2014

By Jonathan Marc Sherman
Directed by David Bar Katz

Curtis’ life has just been turned upside down: In the last twenty-four hours he’s lost his job, his long-time girlfriend has kicked him to the curb, and it’s his birthday. The dude feels like he’s hit rock bottom. But after an unexpectedly life-changing tête–à–tête with Mary Cumtrary, the porn star from his adolescent wet dreams, Curtis endeavors to find a way forward by recalibrating his life and his relationship with his oldest friend. Festival alum Jonathan Marc Sherman’s hilarious and insightful The Squeaky Wheel explores friendship, sexuality, and growing up.

Five Mile Lake | July 25, 2014

2013 L. Arnold Weissberger Award Winner
By Rachel Bonds
Directed by Emily Mann

Never having strayed from his quaint Pennsylvania hometown, Jamie enjoys a tranquil life fixing up his grandfather’s old lake house and pining after his troubled coworker at the local bakery. But when his estranged brother Rufus returns unexpectedly one bleak winter weekend with his girlfriend in tow, Jamie’s peaceful existence is suddenly anything but. Rachel Bonds’ Five Mile Lake is a tender look at young people yearning to make the right choices—and facing those choices they’ve already made—as they enter adulthood in a rapidly changing world.

All the Roads Home | August 1, 2014

By Jen Silverman
Directed by Jackson Gay

Madeleine wanted to be a dancer, her daughter, Max, wanted to be a cowboy, and Max’s daughter, Nix, has no idea what she wants, but knows it has to be enough for all of them. Three generations of headstrong women choose which dreams to sacrifice and when to keep fighting in Yale Drama Series winner Jen Silverman’s funny and poignant All the Roads Home.

Behold My Heart | August 8, 2014

By Joshua Leonard & Rebecca Lowman
A joint presentation by WTF and the Williamstown Film Festival
Directed by Steve Lawson

When 16-year-old Marcus’ father abruptly exits the scene and his mother falls apart, Marcus stomachs his own grief to become the man of the house. His girlfriend, pals, and neighbors all help in their ways, but ultimately the only people who can find a way forward are mother and son. Behold My Heart, a screenplay by Joshua Leonard of The Blair Witch Project fame and Rebecca Lowman, will shoot in California this fall.

Bright Half Life | August 15, 2014

By Tanya Barfield
Directed by Evan Yionoulis

Erika and Vicky are hurled through 25 years of love and heartbreak in a collection of the moments that make up a life. Bright Half Life, written by celebrated playwright Tanya Barfield, author of last season’s critically acclaimed Off-Broadway hit The Call, collides an ever-shifting present with fragments of the past to create a stunning and kaleidoscopic love story.

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6:00 pm Backstage Tour @ Main Stage Lobby
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Backstage Tours July 11 - August 8 | main stage lobby - 6 PM

July 11, July 25, and August 8

Get a glimpse behind the scenes on an exclusive guided tour of WTF’s stages. This is your chance to see the Festival from a whole new perspective. Free for donors at the Sustainer level and up.

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7:30 pm Free Theatre – Robin Hood @ Poker Flats Field
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Free Theatre | Robin Hood July 16 - July 25 | Poker Flats Field - 7:30 pm

By Larry Blamire
Directed by Stella Powell-Jones

Plays July 16 – 19 & 22 – 25

Dashing outlaw. Expert archer. Cunning wealth redistributor. Merry Man. The daring deeds of Robin Hood come alive in this fresh and funny adaptation of the traditional ballads and folklore. Brimming with spirited swordplay and tongue-in-cheek humor, it celebrates the well-known tale of Robin, Maid Marian, Little John, Friar Tuck, and the rest, while cleverly reinventing the myth. The Williamstown woods are magically transformed into Sherwood Forest as sought-after director Stella Powell-Jones enlivens this legendary swashbuckling adventure on the outdoor Free Theatre stage. Bring the whole family and a picnic for a merry evening under the stars!

DOWNLOAD THE FREE THEATRE USER’S GUIDE HERE

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8:00 pm Fool for Love @ Nikos Stage
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Fool for Love July 23 - August 2 | Nikos Stage

By Sam Shepard
Directed by Daniel Aukin

Holed up in a seedy motel on the edge of the Mojave Desert, two former lovers unpack the deep secrets and dark desires of their tangled relationship, passionately tearing each other apart. Beaten down by ill-fated love and a ruthless struggle for identity, can they ultimately live with, or without, each other? Led by director Daniel Aukin, Williamstown veteran and enigmatic film star Sam Rockwell and 2012 Tony Award winner Nina Arianda bring an explosive intensity to Sam Shepard’s landmark myth of the new Wild West.

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8:00 pm Living on Love @ Main Stage
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Living On Love July 16 - July 26 | Main Stage

By Joe DiPietro
Based on the play Peccadillo by Garson Kanin
Directed by Kathleen Marshall

World-renowned soprano Renée Fleming takes the Festival stage as celebrated diva Raquel De Angelis. When her husband, the fiery and egomaniacal Maestro Vito De Angelis, becomes enamored with the lovely young lady hired to ghostwrite his long-delayed autobiography, Raquel retaliates by hiring her very own — and very handsome — ghostwriter to chronicle her life as an opera star. As the young writers try to keep themselves out of the story while churning out chapters, the high-energy — and high-maintenance — power duet threatens to fall out of tune for good. A sparkling new comedy from two-time Tony Award winner Joe DiPietro, adapted from a work by the revered Garson Kanin and directed by three-time Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall.

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10:30 pm Late-Night Cabaret @ Goodrich Hall
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Late-Night Cabaret July 10 - August 9 | Goodrich Hall

with Musical Director Kris Kukul

July 10–12
July 24–26
August 7–9

The stars shine at night as WTF’s celebrated Late-Night Cabaret Series returns in 2014! Festival family, both established and emerging, sing, dance, and surprise you in these intimate and unforgettable evenings. Cabarets start at 10:30PM and are held in Goodrich Hall, just a few blocks from the Main and Nikos Stages.

WTF Donors at the Sustainer level and above get first crack at tickets for our popular Cabarets.  Unsold tickets go on sale to the public one week prior to each performance.

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10:30 am Saturday Morning Live @ Main Stage Lobby
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Saturday Morning Live July 12 - August 9 | Main Stage Lobby @ 10:30am

July 12: Music Makers (June Moon)
July 26: Legends & Heroes (Robin Hood)
August 9: Shadows & Light (The Old Man and The Old Moon)

Back for a third season, the Family Workshops move to a new day and time. Young people aged 8–14, and their families, can join us for a series of FREE workshops that will explore the many artistic and technical components that make up the creative life of the Festival. These fun, hands-on explorations are led by professional Festival artists supported by members of the talented WTF Apprentice Company. Reservations are recommended for all workshops and can be made through the WTF Box Office.

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3:30 pm Fool for Love @ Nikos Stage
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Fool for Love July 23 - August 2 | Nikos Stage

By Sam Shepard
Directed by Daniel Aukin

Holed up in a seedy motel on the edge of the Mojave Desert, two former lovers unpack the deep secrets and dark desires of their tangled relationship, passionately tearing each other apart. Beaten down by ill-fated love and a ruthless struggle for identity, can they ultimately live with, or without, each other? Led by director Daniel Aukin, Williamstown veteran and enigmatic film star Sam Rockwell and 2012 Tony Award winner Nina Arianda bring an explosive intensity to Sam Shepard’s landmark myth of the new Wild West.

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3:30 pm Living on Love @ Main Stage
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Living On Love July 16 - July 26 | Main Stage

By Joe DiPietro
Based on the play Peccadillo by Garson Kanin
Directed by Kathleen Marshall

World-renowned soprano Renée Fleming takes the Festival stage as celebrated diva Raquel De Angelis. When her husband, the fiery and egomaniacal Maestro Vito De Angelis, becomes enamored with the lovely young lady hired to ghostwrite his long-delayed autobiography, Raquel retaliates by hiring her very own — and very handsome — ghostwriter to chronicle her life as an opera star. As the young writers try to keep themselves out of the story while churning out chapters, the high-energy — and high-maintenance — power duet threatens to fall out of tune for good. A sparkling new comedy from two-time Tony Award winner Joe DiPietro, adapted from a work by the revered Garson Kanin and directed by three-time Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall.

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8:00 pm Fool for Love @ Nikos Stage
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Fool for Love July 23 - August 2 | Nikos Stage

By Sam Shepard
Directed by Daniel Aukin

Holed up in a seedy motel on the edge of the Mojave Desert, two former lovers unpack the deep secrets and dark desires of their tangled relationship, passionately tearing each other apart. Beaten down by ill-fated love and a ruthless struggle for identity, can they ultimately live with, or without, each other? Led by director Daniel Aukin, Williamstown veteran and enigmatic film star Sam Rockwell and 2012 Tony Award winner Nina Arianda bring an explosive intensity to Sam Shepard’s landmark myth of the new Wild West.

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8:00 pm Living on Love @ Main Stage
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Living On Love July 16 - July 26 | Main Stage

By Joe DiPietro
Based on the play Peccadillo by Garson Kanin
Directed by Kathleen Marshall

World-renowned soprano Renée Fleming takes the Festival stage as celebrated diva Raquel De Angelis. When her husband, the fiery and egomaniacal Maestro Vito De Angelis, becomes enamored with the lovely young lady hired to ghostwrite his long-delayed autobiography, Raquel retaliates by hiring her very own — and very handsome — ghostwriter to chronicle her life as an opera star. As the young writers try to keep themselves out of the story while churning out chapters, the high-energy — and high-maintenance — power duet threatens to fall out of tune for good. A sparkling new comedy from two-time Tony Award winner Joe DiPietro, adapted from a work by the revered Garson Kanin and directed by three-time Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall.

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10:30 pm Late-Night Cabaret @ Goodrich Hall
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Late-Night Cabaret July 10 - August 9 | Goodrich Hall

with Musical Director Kris Kukul

July 10–12
July 24–26
August 7–9

The stars shine at night as WTF’s celebrated Late-Night Cabaret Series returns in 2014! Festival family, both established and emerging, sing, dance, and surprise you in these intimate and unforgettable evenings. Cabarets start at 10:30PM and are held in Goodrich Hall, just a few blocks from the Main and Nikos Stages.

WTF Donors at the Sustainer level and above get first crack at tickets for our popular Cabarets.  Unsold tickets go on sale to the public one week prior to each performance.

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