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J. Michael Friedman Fellowship


Season

In honor of the late American lyricist and composer J. Michael Friedman, the Fellowship identifies an early-career theatre artist of exceptional talent, versatility, impact, and humanity who has demonstrated an artistic commitment to Williamstown Theatre Festival and invites them to make new work for a summer. The purpose is for the Fellow to create or collaborate on work deemed important and meaningful to... Read More

Lawn Talks

July 5 - August 16 Theater Lawn
2015 Season

Arrive early for the Sunday matinee performance to hear artists, special guests, and WTF staff delve into the rich themes of WTF productions on the Main Stage Lawn.  Bring your own picnic or stop by concessions for a pre-show drink!  Lawn Talks begin at 1:15pm. July 5 | LEGACY This thoughtful drama exposes the cost of trying to will our own... Read More

WTF @ WCMA

August 11 - August 13 Williams College Museum of Art
2015 Season

INGE & WARHOL IN DIALOGUE August 11 & 13 @4pm WTF's Directing Assistants and Non-Equity Actors in tandem with Steve Lawson take over the Williams College Museum of Art galleries.  Experience a roving, site-specific performance inspired by the work of 20th century masters William Inge and Andy Warhol.  Enjoy a glass of wine on the museum patio after the program.

Off the Main Road

June 30 - July 19 Main Stage
2015 Season

By William Inge
Directed by Evan Cabnet

WORLD PREMIERE Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winner Kyra Sedgwick makes her WTF debut in the world premiere of a play by Pulitzer Prize-winner William Inge. As the second wave of feminism crests in America, the elegant but emotionally-fragile Faye Garrit (Sedgwick) seeks refuge from her husband, a former professional baseball player, by checking into a run-down resort on the outskirts... Read More

Bus Stop

August 17 - August 28 Main Stage
2005 Season

Author: Inge, William
Director: Frears, Will
Cherie’s a hard-up nightclub singer. Bo’s a good ol’ cowboy. And when a snowstorm leaves their bus stranded somewhere between Kansas City and Topeka, they spend the night discovering truths and uncovering lies. This romantic finale to our Main Stage season is a mid-twentieth century classic from William Inge, the author of Come Back, Little Sheba and Picnic.

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