Thank you for being a part of this unforgettable season
In only eight weeks, we journeyed together from a Catholic supplies warehouse in Pennsylvania to early-20th century Paris, from the campus of an Ivy League university to a cable company customer retention center in Las Vegas, from a contemporary restaurant kitchen in Brooklyn to the American South in the 1940s to London, England and Cape Town, South Africa. Together, we explored the human experience through diverse stories and characters that aspired to help us understand ourselves and see each other.
We hope that you enjoyed the journey, and we look forward to continuing to develop and produce work that engages, challenges, entertains, and delights.
It takes a company of hundreds to produce the Festival each summer
In addition to the stars you know, more than 200 aspiring theatre artists come to Williamstown each summer to participate in our Professional Training Program, working and growing together and making important connections and countless memories along the way.
Interested in joining our team and making an impact on audiences and art while advancing your career? Stay tuned to our Work & Learn page for information about opportunities to be a part of the 2019 WTF company! Learn from the best in the field, make connections that last a lifetime, and have fun doing it! Check out these videos created by and featuring our 2018 company:
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THE 2018 SEASON
TAIGA IN THE BERKSHIRES
FOURTH OF JULY IN WILLIAMSTOWN
AN EVENING WITH CHITA RIVERA
THE HOT SPOT: BETTY
THE HOT SPOT: PIGPEN THEATRE CO.
THE HOT SPOT: OPHIRA EISENBERG
2018 SEASON PARTNERS
Herbert A. Allen
James & Virginia Giddens
Jessica & Matt Harris
2 Anonymous Donors
Grand HorizonsGrand Horizons
By Bess Wohl
Directed by Leigh Silverman
With Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Priscilla Lopez, Maulik Pancholy, Thomas Sadoski, JoBeth Williams
July 17 - July 28 | Main Stage
By Henrik Ibsen
Translated from the Norwegian by Paul Walsh
Directed by Carey Perloff
With Uma Thurman, Bernard White
July 31 - August 18 | Main Stage
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Williamstown, MA 01267