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2020 Gala in NYC

February 10 TAO Downtown
2020 Season

Please join us on Monday, February 10, 2020 at TAO Downtown in New York City for the Williamstown Theatre Festival Gala, honoring Bo & Katherine Peabody for their unwavering support of WTF. Festivities will include cocktails, dinner, and special appearances by Laura Benanti, Joshua Boone, Kyle MacLachlan, Ashley Park, and more! Cocktails will begin at 6:00 PM, and dinner and fun... Read More

2019 NON-EQUITY SHOWCASE

November 18 THEATER 511 AT ARS NOVA
Season

DETAILS AND RSVP: Please join us on Monday, November 18 at 5:00pm and 7:00pm at Theater 511 at Ars Nova, 511 W 54th St, for the 2019 Non-Equity Showcase. A short reception with the actors will follow both performances. This showcase is an annual Williamstown Theatre Festival tradition, highlighting the top Non-Equity talent from our company each year. These young... Read More

Before the Meeting

August 7 - August 18 Nikos Stage
2019 Season

WORLD PREMIERE
By Adam Bock
Directed by Trip Cullman
With Cassie Beck, Kyle Beltran, Arnie BurtonMidori Francis, Deirdre O’Connell

Every day, Gail (Deirdre O'Connell) and the regular members of her early morning group set up for their meeting in the exact same way: Nicole (Midori Francis) makes the coffee, Gail arranges the chairs, and Ron (Arnie Burton) complains. As they forge a path toward sobriety and well-being, they come to rely on the routine and each other. But when... Read More

Ghosts

July 31 - August 18 Main Stage
2019 Season

NEW TRANSLATION
By Henrik Ibsen
Translated from the Norwegian by Paul Walsh
Directed by Carey Perloff
With Catherine CombsDavid CoulterTom Pecinka, Thom SesmaUma Thurman, Bernard White

With great happiness, Mrs. Alving (Golden Globe winner and Academy Award nominee Uma Thurman) welcomes her painter son Oswald (Tom Pecinka) home from years of living abroad. But when he starts to flirt with the family maid (Catherine Combs), she must intercede to save her son and herself from scandals present and past. Mrs. Alving struggles to find joy in... Read More

Sunday Lawn Talks

June 30 - August 18 Front Lawn
2019 Season

Arrive early for Sunday matinee performances to hear artists, special guests, and WTF staff delve into the rich themes of WTF productions.  Bring your own picnic or stop by concessions! All Sunday Lawn Talks begin at 1:15pm. No reservations required.  Specific speakers and topics will be updated below as information becomes available. FREE; NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED

Fridays@3

July 5 - August 16 The Clark Auditorium (225 South St)
2019 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 last season’s Lempicka and Seared and this season's Tell Me I'm Not Crazy and Selling Kabul.  Spend the afternoon up close and personal with a play in development, read by brilliant actors! All Fridays@3 readings take place at... Read More

In The Wings

August 10 - August 14 '62 Center, Room 280, Pre-Show
2019 Season

Browse the work of dozens of Festival technical interns, assistants, and designers at our annual design and tech showcase! View exhibits of the work that goes into theatre design: from the costumes to sets to lighting...and more! Opening Reception: Friday, August 9   FREE; NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED

Summer’s Soldier

August 11 - August 14 Main Stage
2019 Season

By Boo Killebrew
Music by Heather Christian
Lyrics by Lucy Thurber
Additional Music and Lyrics by Christine Bile
Directed by Jenna Worsham

Free and Family-Friendly! Seventh grader Sam has kept to herself since her dad died while serving in the military. Her mother and her aunt have tried everything to get her to open up, but she only truly comes out of her shell around a fire, telling ghost stories, in the woods with her friends.  When Sam's favorite story suddenly materializes... Read More

Fellowship Projects

July 15 - August 13 Directing Studio
2019 Season

Each year, WTF awards the prestigious Bill Foeller and Boris Sagal Directing Fellowships and the J. Michael Friedman Fellowship to three up-and-coming theatre artists of exceptional talent.   The Bill Foeller Fellowship gives a director who is a woman and/or an artist of color the opportunity to create an ambitious workshop production. The recipient of the 2019 Foeller Fellowship is Katie... Read More

Tuesday Talkbacks

July 2 - August 13 Main & Nikos Stages, Post-Show
2019 Season

Join us after Tuesday evening performances on the Main and Nikos Stages for lively discussions with WTF company members, artistic staff, and special guests about the show you just saw! July 2 - A Raisin in the Sun & A Human Being, of a Sort July 9 - A Raisin in the Sun July 16 - Selling Kabul July 23 - Grand Horizons July... Read More

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Williamstown, MA 01267