Just Call Me Nikos


Moderated by Joe Donahue

For over three decades, Nikos Psacharopoulos was Williamstown’s colorful and intrepid artistic director, guiding it from local summer playhouse to internationally renowned festival. In his… Read More

The Skivvies


Less is definitely more at the sexiest, sassiest show of the summer! Sizzling musical comedy duo Lauren Molina (Ten Cents a Dance at WTF) and… Read More

Living With Lewis


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… Read More

Fellowship Play | Mad Forest

Author: Caryl Churchill
Director: Lila Neugebauer

By Caryl Churchill Directed by Lila Neugebauer Caryl Churchill’s Mad Forest blends journalism, fantasy and harsh realism in a vivid portrait of life in Bucharest… Read More

SPECIAL reading – kinship


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… Read More

The Pits

Author: Harmon, Joshua
Director: Krohn, Sarah

The Fellowship Program challenges young theatre artists to develop original theatrical material under the aegis of the Williamstown Theatre Festival. The Boris Sagal and Bill… Read More

Animal Crackers

Author: Kaufman, George S., Morrie Ryskind, Bert Kalmar, and Harry Ruby
Director: Wishcamper, Henry

Hooray for Captain Spaulding! The intrepid African explorer, inveterate womanizer, and interminable jokester hobnobs with high society as the guest of honor at a swanky… Read More

American Hero

Author: Wohl, Bess
Director: Silverman, Leigh

Three ounces of meat. Two ounces of cheese. Four ounces of lettuce. Seventeen-year-old Sheri and her co-workers at a new sandwich franchise have honed their… Read More


Author: Stoppard, Tom
Director: Yionoulis, Evan

Treacherous twins and double (or triple?) agents abound in a twisty-turny look at the unlikely nexus of international espionage and quantum physics. Simultaneously channeling John… Read More


Author: Shaw, George Bernard
Director: Martin, Nicholas

“You have no idea how frightfully interesting it is to take a human being and change her into a quite different human being.” With all… Read More

Johnny Baseball

Author: Reale, Robert, Richard Dresser, and Willie Reale
Director: Greenberg, Gordon

The infamous Curse of the Boston Red Sox is brought to life through the fortunes of three orphaned souls: Johnny O’Brien, a hard-luck right-hander on… Read More

The Bridges of Madison County

Author: Norman, Marsha
Director: Sher, Bartlett

The best-selling novel captivated millions of readers with the story of a beautiful Italian woman who marries an American soldier to flee war-ravaged Italy. Her… Read More

Blood Play

Author: Bos, Hannah, Paul Thureen
Director: Butler, Oliver

A tranquil suburban evening in the early 1950′s: the kids are away on a Junior Cherokee camping trip and a string of coincidences leads to… Read More

Dracula, Or, The Un-Dead

Author: Lawson, Steve
Director: Fein, Jordan

One of the most haunting figures of our common imagination, Dracula has stalked his nightmarish way through the years, never failing to leave an impression… Read More

Loving v. Virginia

Author: Gardley, Marcus, Patricia McGregor, and Justin Ellington
Director: McGregor, Patricia

The Fellowship Program challenges young theatre artists to develop original theatrical material under the aegis of the Williamstown Theatre Festival. The Boris Sagal and Bill… Read More


Author: Hall, Katori
Director: Adrales, May

One-percenter Eden Higgenbotham lives a cushy Upper-East-Side life surrounded by equally affluent, vain, and snobbish friends. When a sudden stroke causes her to contract the… Read More

The Importance of Being Earnest

Author: Wilde, Oscar
Director: Pierce, David Hyde

What if a family of Guys and Dolls-style gangsters moved to Downton Abbey-style London in order to escape certain, shall we say, entanglements? What if… Read More

The Blue Deep

Author: Boyle, Lucy
Director: Balaban, Bob

Though only in her twenties, Lila Miller is stuck, while her mother, Grace, is perpetually in motion. When Lila returns home to her family’s exquisite… Read More

The Valley of Fear – Free Theatre

Author: Lawson, Steve
Director: Neugebauer, Lila

In 1987, WTF launched the popular outdoor Free Theatre with a production of A Study in Scarlet, the first saga in the Sherlock Holmes series…. Read More

Last of the Red Hot Lovers

Author: Simon, Neil
Director: Stone, Jessica

Meet Barney Cashman. He’s a middle-aged restaurant manager who has a very nice married existence. But he’s tired of existing; he wants to live —… Read More

Tripolitania – Fellowship Play

Author: Keller, Greg
Director: Butler, Oliver

Theatre from scratch. America’s most talented young writers join forces with WTF’s Boris Sagal and Bill Foeller Directing Fellows and actors from the Non-Equity Company… Read More

Here Lies Love

Author: Byrne, David
Director: Timbers, Alex

Within a throbbing dance club environment, David Byrne and Fatboy Slim deconstruct the astonishing journey of Filipina First Lady Imelda Marcos, from her meteoric rise… Read More

Far From Heaven

Author: Frankel, Scott, Richard Greenberg, and Michael Korie
Director: Greif, Michael

Cathy Whitaker seems to be the picture-perfect wife and mother in 1957 suburban Connecticut. But roiling beneath the surface, secret longings and forbidden desires cause… Read More

The Elephant Man

Author: Pomerance, Bernard
Director: Ellis, Scott

From a desperate existence in a Victorian freak show to his days as the toast of London high society, the life of John Merrick, the… Read More

Becoming Sylvia – Fellowship Musical

Author: Kenny, Sharon and Janine Nabers
Director: Donahue, Mike

The Fellowship Program is an innovative program which challenges young theatre artists to develop original theatrical material under the aegis of the Williamstown Theatre Festival…. Read More

Month in the Country, A

Author: Turgenev, Ivan
Director: Nelson, Richard

One week before her 30th birthday, the simple life of dutiful wife and mother Natalya is upended when the arrival of her son’s charming new… Read More

Streetcar Named Desire, A

Author: Williams, Tennessee
Director: Cromer, David

With 28 productions of his plays in our history, Tennessee Williams and the Williamstown Theatre Festival have had a long and impressive relationship. To honor… Read More

Three Hotels

Author: Baitz, Jon Robin
Director: Falls, Robert

Ken Hoyle is an ambitious hatchet man for a multinational company that sells defective baby formula in developing African countries. His wife Barbara advises other… Read More

One Slight Hitch

Author: Black, Lewis
Director: Grifasi, Joe

Comedian and playwright Lewis Black comes home to WTF with a modern day farce that mocks the all-too-human desire to shape our own destiny. It’s… Read More

Doll’s House, A

Author: Ibsen, Henrik
Director: Gold, Sam

Nora Helmer has everything an affluent housewife could want: beautiful children, an adoring husband, a bright future. When a carelessly buried secret rises to the… Read More

Ten Cents a Dance

Author: Doyle, John
Director: Doyle, John

Prepare to be bewitched and beguiled by Ten Cents a Dance, a new musical conceived by Doyle, who applies his signature style of engaging a… Read More

She Stoops to Conquer

Author: Goldsmith, Oliver
Director: Martin, Nicholas

Pranks and hijinks abound in this raucous 18th- century comedy of big costumes, big sets, big hair, and even bigger laughs. Two well-bred young men… Read More


Author: Wohl, Bess
Director: Cullman, Trip

Kay loves her older sister Emma. Or is it Christina? Christine? Matilda? After spending eight years institutionalized and medicated, Emma has changed more than just… Read More

Comedy of Errors, The – Free Theatre

Author: Shakespeare, William
Director: McKeon, Johanna

The Festival’s signature Free Theatre production returns to the outdoors with an appropriate setting: WTF’s The Comedy of Errors takes place in a bustling, open-air… Read More

Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, A

Author: Shevelove, Burt and Larry Gelbart, Stephen Sondheim
Director: Stone, Jessica

The Romans are coming! With a nod and a wink to Plautus, director Jessica Stone helms an all-male troop of actors into the comic fray… Read More

Samuel J. and K.

Author: Smart, Mat
Director: Waldman, Justin

Samuel J. surprises his adopted brother Samuel K. with a trip back to his birth country of Cameroon for college graduation–but Samuel K. has no… Read More

Six Degrees of Separation

Author: Guare, John
Director: Kauffman, Anne

One evening can alter the course of many lives. Into a Manhattan couple’s nightly discussions of art deals and dinner reservations, a charismatic stranger arrives… Read More

After the Revolution

Author: Herzog, Amy
Director: Cantor, Carolyn

It’s 1999, and three generations of a radical leftist family meet in New York to celebrate the law school graduation of Emma, the family’s youngest… Read More

Our Town

Author: Wilder, Thornton
Director: Martin, Nicholas

Set not far from the Festival’s Berkshire home in the fictional Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire, Wilder’s masterpiece finds the beautiful in the seemingly mundane lives… Read More

Last Goodbye, The

Author: Kimmel, Michael
Director: Kimmel, Michael

A legendary love. A transcendent artist. Shakespeare’s classic verse meets the driving, passionate rock of iconic singer-songwriter Jeff Buckley in the world premiere of The… Read More

Fifth of July

Author: Wilson, Lanford
Director: Kinney, Terry

As friends and family gather to remember a lost loved one, a group of thirty-something prodigals from the rebellious post-Vietnam generation return to their rural… Read More

Camp Monster – Free Theatre

Author: Rothstein, Sharyn
Director: Pines, Kate

Free Theatre, now in its 24th season presents CAMP MONSTER. For years, the sons and daughters of the world’s most famous monsters have spent their… Read More


Author: Gurney, A.R.
Director: Tillinger, John

Tony-nominee John Tillinger directs this timeless Gurney classic set in a large summer home on an island off the coast of Massachusetts. When an estranged… Read More

True West

Author: Shepard, Sam
Director: Goldstein, Daniel

Former Boris Sagal Directing Fellow Daniel Goldstein directs this play by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Sam Shepard about squabbling siblings. This modern classic is an… Read More

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