The WTF Season on Audible
2020 brought unprecedented challenges to the world. In response, Williamstown Theatre Festival embarked upon an innovative artistic endeavor, ensuring that the voices of our artists can be heard loudly and clearly around the globe. This is the WTF Season on Audible.
Collaborating with the leading creator and provider of premium audio storytelling, WTF has turned obstacle into invention and limitation into access: producing a full season of new and reimagined works defined by artistic excellence, cultural relevance, and unbounded reach. This is a season artfully crafted with some of the most influential and provocative American theatre artists of today to meet the challenges and opportunities of this extraordinary moment; a season for a new medium and a new stage; a season created and performed by diverse artistic voices, mirroring the diversity of theatre lovers worldwide who now have a front-row seat. This is pure theatrical creation amplified and democratized, designed for a global audience at an hour when theatre’s power to inspire, move, and heal is most needed.
You can enjoy the WTF Season on Audible wherever and whenever you want, unlimited by space or time. Inside your headphones, a truly unique experience awaits: daring, exhilarating, engaging… and most importantly yours. A theatre you alone inhabit yet experience with an audience listening all over the world.
Wherever you are, we invite you to press play and immerse yourself in the WTF Season on Audible.
All seven shows in the WTF Season on Audible are available now. Click here to browse the shows on Audible.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
AN IMMERSIVE THEATRICAL EXPERIENCE IN TWO PARTS FROM THE FOREST OF ARDEN
Written and devised by Eric Berryman, Jen Silverman,
and the Company of The Forest of Arden
July 20 - August 12 | Williamstown, MA
WORLD PREMIERE MUSICAL
Book by Daniel Goldstein
Music and Lyrics by Dawn Landes
Directed by Tyne Rafaeli
Inspired by A Pearl in the Storm by Tori Murden McClure
July 16 - August 14 | The Clark Art Institute
Celebrating the Black Radical Imagination: Nine Solo PlaysCelebrating the Black Radical Imagination: Nine Solo Plays
Directed by Colette Robert, Wardell Julius Clark, and Candis C. Jones
Guest curated by Robert O’Hara
Featuring new plays by Guadalís Del Carmen, France-Luce Benson, NSangou Njikam, J. Nicole Brooks, Terry Guest, Ike Holter, Charly Evon Simpson, Ngozi Anyanwu, and Zora Howard
July 6 - July 25 | Front Lawn of the '62 Center for Theatre and Dance
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