60th Anniversary Book – MANY STAGES

When a summer theater was envisioned by Williamstown residents in 1954, they couldn’t have known how successful it would become or how many  alumni would go on to play important roles in the American theater. More than just a showcase for talent, Williamstown Theatre Festival (WTF) has been both a launching pad for those interested in pursuing artistic careers and a haven in which established talents can grow. It has provided a forum to experiment with new plays and tackle fresh interpretations of the classics. With over three hundred pages of photographs and anecdotes, Many Stages celebrates six decades of WTF through the eyes of actors, playwrights, artistic leaders, directors, designers, and area residents, and pays tribute to all those who have played a part in enabling it to thrive.


You may also purchase a copy of MANY STAGES locally at the following locations:
Williamstown Theatre Festival
’62 Center for Theatre & Dance
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Or Call 413-597-3400

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