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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

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

New Play and Musical Development Initiative

Generating groundbreaking new work for the Festival
Season

As a generative, "soup-to-nuts" producing institution with offices in Williamstown and New York City, Williamstown Theatre Festival is engaged year-round in the development of groundbreaking new work, much of which is produced at the Festival or at other major theatres.   WTF develops and incubates new work through the New Play and Musical Development Initiative's programs, which include: Artists-in-Residence (CONTINUING... 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

In The Wings

June 27 Main Stage Lobby @ 6 PM
2014 Season

FREE, reservations required Don’t miss this exciting new opportunity to pull back the curtain and learn how our productions evolve from page to stage. Go behind-the-scenes with Tony Award-winning June Moon costume designer Gregg Barnes (Kinky Boots, Aladdin), chat with Obie Award winners Samuel D. Hunter and Eric Ting about A Great Wilderness, and much more.

A Great Wilderness

July 9 - July 20 Nikos Stage
2014 Season

By Samuel D. Hunter
Directed by Eric Ting

After decades as the gentle-natured leader of a Christian retreat that endeavors to “cure” gay teens, Walt is packing up his life and preparing for a reluctant retirement. But when his final client quietly disappears into the remote Idaho wilderness, Walt discovers that his previously unwavering moral compass no longer points the way. With profound humanity and subtlety, Obie Award-winning... Read More

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By Email: wtfinfo@wtfestival.org
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Williamstown, MA 01267