The Skivvies

July 27 - July 28 | Center Stage @ 7:30PM
2014 Season

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 Nick Cearley (All Shook Up) – AKA The Skivvies – turn the heat way, way up as they perform stripped down mash-ups of pop songs and show tunes…in their underwear. The Wall Street Journal calls... Read More

Living With Lewis

July 21 | Main Stage @7:30
2014 Season

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... Read More

Fellowship Play | Mad Forest

July 13 - July 14 | Directing Studio @ 7pm & 10:30pm
2014 Season

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 before, during, and after the Romanian Revolution of 1989.  Director Lila Neugebauer tackles this sweeping narrative with the Festival's Non-Equity Actors -- telling a story of revolution and upheaval that feels all too familiar as... Read More

SPECIAL reading – kinship

July 9 | 2PM @ Paresky Student Center
2014 Season

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... Read More

Just Call Me Nikos

July 7 | Main Stage
2014 Season

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 honor, longtime colleagues of Nikos will reunite on the Main Stage to share stories and personal memories. Join Dylan Baker, Kate Burton, Edward Herrmann, Steve Lawson, James Naughton, Myra Lucretia Taylor, Maria Tucci, and moderator... Read More

Lackawanna Blues

January 1 - May 20 | Main Stage
2002 Season

Author: Santiago-Hudson, Ruben
Director: Greco, Loretta

The Bridges of Madison County

August 1 - August 18 | Main Stage
2013 Season

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 new life on an Iowa farm is uncomplicated until the day a National Geographic photographer comes up her driveway looking for directions, forever changing the course of their lives. Developed by an extraordinary, award-winning creative... Read More

Blood Play

August 7 - August 18 | Nikos Stage
2013 Season

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 a spontaneous grown-up party in the basement of a new ranch house. Exotic cocktails are imbibed, raucous games are played, and new friends are made, but much is happening that no one is talking about.... Read More

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