June 27 - July 16 | Main Stage
Golden Globe and Emmy Award winner S. Epatha Merkerson and Golden Globe and Emmy Award nominee Jane Kaczmarek star in this absorbing comedy about self-discovery. Empty-nested and alone in her Midwestern home, Sharon (Merkerson) takes on a roommate, Robyn (Kaczmarek), who has just arrived from New York City. Before she has even unpacked, Robyn challenges everything about Sharon’s way of life. Book clubs, 80s pop music, and the occasional shared toke complicate their unlikely but enduring relationship, even as they venture into dangerous territory. Mike Donahue directs Jen Silverman’s new play which celebrates unexpected re-invention later in life.
The Roommate runs approximately 1 hour, 40 minutes with no intermission.
July 19 - July 29 | Main Stage
2005 PULITZER PRIZE FINALIST
Two-time Tony Award nominee Jayne Atkinson and Tony Award nominee Jessica Hecht leads the cast in this heartfelt comedy by Pulitzer Prize finalist Sarah Ruhl. Lane (Atkinson), an accomplished physician, discovers that her sister Virginia (Hecht) — not her Brazilian housekeeper Matilde (Guenia Lemos) — has been cleaning her home every day. Though never close, suddenly the sisters find themselves enmeshed in each other’s lives and in Matilde’s great passion for Portuguese jokes. Tony Award winner Rebecca Taichman directs this expressive and lyrical comedy about learning to live with life’s mess.
The Clean House runs approximately 2 hours, including one 15-minute intermission.
August 3 - August 20 | Main Stage
Emmy Award winner and Tony Award nominee Lonny Price directs an intimate new musical by composer/lyricist Geoff Morrow and book writer Timothy Prager that delivers us to the intersection of loyalty, love, and ambition. Back in 1950, film producer Joseph Lindy (Jeff McCarthy) was on top of the world, making hit after hit with the love of his life and leading lady, Billie Hathaway (Lora Lee Gayer). Nearly four decades later, retired and forgotten, he must approve for release a version of his abandoned, cinematic masterpiece, an autobiographical film now altered irrevocably by a young producer. Haunted by the choices he made years ago, Joseph’s story hangs in the balance as he reconstructs the film, his memory and, ultimately, his legacy.
A Legendary Romance runs approximately 2 hours, including one 15-minute intermission.
June 28 - July 9 | Nikos Stage
In 2017, what does it take for an immigrant to achieve the American Dream? With humor and humanity, playwright Jason Kim (HBO’s “Girls”) explores this question in his timely world premiere play directed by Danny Sharron. Young, Latino, gay and unapologetically ambitious, Gabriel (Hiram Delgado) arrives in New York seeking work, friendship, love and mentorship. But, before he can move forward, he must honestly determine if he is running toward success or away from what he left behind. Developed at WTF under the auspices of the Bill Foeller Fellowship Program in 2016, The Model American asks: what is the price we are willing to pay for a new life?
The Model American runs approximately 1 hour, 40 minutes with no intermission.
July 12 - July 23 | Nikos Stage
Mourning the loss of her elder son Myles (LeRoy McClain), Bethea (Myra Lucretia Taylor) tries to help her younger son Gideon (Christopher Livingston) through his grief. But as revelations surrounding Myles’ incarceration and death emerge, both mother and son must decide whether to fight or let go. With wit and empathy, this play reminds us of the courage and resilience it takes to chart a better way forward for the ones we love. Saheem Ali directs this world premiere play by 2016 WTF Playwright-in-Residence Harrison Davis Rivers.
Where Storms Are Born runs approximately 80 minutes with no intermission.
July 26 - August 6 | Nikos Stage
You’ve known Olga, Masha, and Irina for nearly 117 years. But this summer, they are, like, unhappy for reals. Obie Award winner and Drama Desk nominee Trip Cullman directs Outer Critics Award nominee and Theater World Award Winner Halley Feiffer’s world premiere: a contemporary adaptation of Chekhov’s Three Sisters. As our heroes search for meaning in their work and love lives — all the while dreaming of their dear Moscow — we are invited to examine our own existential longings and unrequited yearnings. Feiffer’s bold, unapologetically millennial, and bitingly comedic spin on this Russian classic newly reacquaints us with the emotional contours of the beleaguered and beloved Prozorov family. You totes don’t want to miss it!
Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow runs approximately 2 hours and 10 minutes, with one 15-minute intermission.
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August 9 - August 20 | Nikos Stage
CO-WORLD PREMIERE WITH GEFFEN PLAYHOUSE, RANDALL ARNEY – ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Amber (Alexandra Socha) and Tom (Joshua Boone) are freshmen at Princeton University, where their experiences so far have only two things in common: drunken parties and a desire to fit in. But when they meet, their common experience becomes anything but, and their moral mettle is put to the test. Lileana Blain-Cruz directs Anna Ziegler’s deeply felt and relevant world premiere play about intimacy and responsibility, power and provocation, privilege and protocol.
Actually is produced in association with Manhattan Theatre Club, Lynne Meadow, Artistic Director, Barry Grove, Executive Producer.
Actually runs approximately 90 minutes with no intermission.
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Monday – Closed
Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 5pm
Sunday – 11am – 4pm
Monday – Closed
Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 8pm
Sunday – 11am – 7pm
For Main Stage performances, groups of 15-49 receive a 20% discount, 50-99 people receive a 25% discount and groups of 100 or more receive a 30% discount per ticket off the full ticket price. Subject to availability. For more information, please call 413.458.3253.
General Rush Tickets
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Student rush tickets are $15 for plays, $20 for musicals and are available beginning two hours prior to curtain if available. Limit one ticket per person; students must show a valid student ID; ticket must be purchased in person at the Box Office; CASH ONLY. Subject to availability.
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Ample free parking is available in lots across the street from the ’62 Center and in a free parking garage behind the ’62 Center, accessible from Whitman Street, just off of Route 7.
Accessibility for Persons with a Disability
The Main Stage and Nikos Stage are both wheelchair accessible. When ordering tickets, please note if your party includes someone with limited mobility.
Sound Enhancement System
For performances on the Main Stage and Nikos Stage, portable sound enhancement devices are available at no charge for the hearing impaired. Headsets must be reserved when ordering tickets, but reservations will only be held until 15 minutes before the performance time.
Performances start on time; latecomers will be seated at the House Manager’s discretion.
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’62 Center for Theatre and Dance
1000 Main Street | Williamstown, MA
Box Office 413.458.3253