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2017 . . . THAT’S A WRAP!

A LETTER FROM THE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Season

Throughout 2017, WTF continued its traditions of developing and producing artistically vibrant and culturally resonant plays and musicals, incubating the next generation of great theatre artists, and connecting broad and diverse audiences with its work.  This past summer, over just 55 days at the Festival, we produced more than 170 performances of 35 shows, readings, and special events as well... Read More

WTF HAPPENED IN 2016


Season

Building upon the Festival’s sixty-two-year history of creating excellent work, our 2016 season featured an exhilarating combination of artistic risk-taking and achievement.  Marisa Tomei opened the season in a “buoyant, memorable, inventive, and striking” production (New York Times) of Tennessee Williams’ The Rose Tattoo, with a performance that Observer called “a one-woman fireworks display.”  After critically acclaimed runs at WTF,... Read More

Our Town

August 25 - August 29 Main Stage
1959 Season

Author: Wilder, Thornton
Director: Psacharopoulos, Nikos

Crimes of the Heart

August 8 - August 19 Nikos Stage
2007 Season

Author: Henley, Beth
Director: Turner, Kathleen
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, this dramatic comedy takes us into the lives of the Magrath sisters. Past resentments bubble to the surface as they are forced to deal with assorted relatives and past relationships while coping with the latest incident to disrupt their lives. The play is warm-hearted, humorous and teeming with humanity.

The Front Page

July 4 - July 15 Main Stage
2007 Season

Author: Hecht, Ben
Director: Ron Daniels
Concocted criminal charges, wily politicians, love nests and the daily grind of creating and selling newspapers are all in a day's work in the classic Broadway comedy set in a Chicago newsroom. This much-loved work is presented in a crackling and humorous new production.

Lucy and the Conquest

July 12 - July 23 Nikos Stage
2006 Season

Author: Cram, Cusi
Director: Agins, Suzanne
Fired unceremoniously from the syndicated TV hit, Beach Detectives, pill-popping Lucy Santiago heads home to her family in Bolivia. All she wants to do is forget her troubles and self-medicate, but her wildly eccentric clan, and a mysterious spirit living under Simon Bolivar's campaign bed have a decidedly different agenda - forcing Lucy to finally confront not just her own... Read More

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