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2021 Williamstown Theatre Festival Gala

April 7 Presented Virtually
Season

  The 2021 Williamstown Theatre Festival Gala will be presented virtually on Wednesday, April 7, 2021. Experience the glamour and excitement of WTF's annual fundraising celebration from the comfort of your own home! The Gala will start at 7:30 PM ET, preceded by an interactive VIP Pre-Show for event sponsors and virtual table buyers, and will feature musical performances and... Read More

2018…THAT’S A WRAP!

THE YEAR IN REVIEW
Season

Throughout 2018, Williamstown Theatre Festival 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 summer, over just 55 days of the Festival, we produced more than 165 performances of 34 shows, readings, and special events as... Read More

2018 WTF GALA

Honoring Trustee Gary Levine
Season

Please join us as we celebrate Williamstown Theatre Festival and honor Trustee Gary Levine, President of Programming at Showtime and former Festival Managing Director, at the WTF Gala in New York City on Monday, February 5, 2018 at Tao Downtown. Festivities will include cocktails, dinner, and appearances or performances by Festival artists including Annaleigh Ashford, Kyle MacLachlan, James Naughton, Mandy Patinkin,... Read More

Fridays@3

July 7 - August 18 The Clark Auditorium (225 South St)
2017 Season

WTF’s Fridays@3 reading series is a renowned program for the development and discovery of new work! Many Festival productions started as Fridays@3 readings, including this season’s Where Storms are Born and Actually. Spend the afternoon up close and personal with a play in development, read by brilliant actors! All Fridays@3 readings take place at The Clark Auditorium (225 South St).... 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

Little Night Music, A

June 22 - July 3 Main Stage
1994 Season

Author: Sondheim, Stephen & Hugh Wheeler
Director: Hunt, Gordon

Find Us

By Phone: 413.458.3200
By Email: wtfinfo@wtfestival.org
By Snail Mail: PO Box 517
Williamstown, MA 01267