Once Upon a Time in the Berkshires
August 13 - August 16 | Main Stage
Free and Family-Friendly!
In Once Upon a Time in the Berkshires, three children ask their grandmother to tell a story about a time long ago. She speaks of a world made of water, of star-crossed lovers, and of banshees. With original music and dance, warriors and magical creatures flood the stage as the tale unfolds. Directed by WTF Associate Artistic Director Laura Savia, this world premiere play by Obie Award winner Lucy Thurber asks what it really means to be a hero.
COMMUNITY WORKS is WTF’s initiative that brings together local residents and professional theatre artists to make plays for and about the Berkshires. In the fall, winter, and spring, WTF conducts acting and playwriting workshops in Western Massachusetts. In the summer, more than eighty Berkshire area residents are featured on stage alongside professional actors in a free, family-friendly world premiere play. To learn more, click here. To get involved, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
FREE; RESERVATIONS REQUIRED; GENERAL ADMISSION
COMMUNITY WORKS is supported in part by
A grant from the Fund for Williamstown, a fund of Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation
Ellen J. Bernstein
’62 Center for Theatre and Dance
1000 Main Street | Williamstown, MA
Box Office 413.458.3253