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2017 . . . THAT’S A WRAP!

A LETTER FROM THE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Season

Throughout 2017, WTF continued its traditions of developing and producing artistically vibrant and culturally resonant plays and musicals, incubating the next generation of great theatre artists, and connecting broad and diverse audiences with its work.  This past summer, over just 55 days at the Festival, we produced more than 170 performances of 35 shows, readings, and special events as well... Read More

Once Upon a Time in the Berkshires

August 13 - August 16 Main Stage
2017 Season

By Lucy Thurber
Directed by Laura Savia

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... Read More

Fridays@3

July 7 - August 18 The Clark Auditorium (225 South St)
2017 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 this season’s Where Storms are Born and Actually. Spend the afternoon up close and personal with a play in development, read by brilliant actors! All Fridays@3 readings take place at The Clark Auditorium (225 South St).... Read More

Sunday Lawn Talks

July 2 - August 20 Front Lawn
2017 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. July 2 - The Model American On the eve... Read More

WTF HAPPENED IN 2016


Season

Building upon the Festival’s sixty-two-year history of creating excellent work, our 2016 season featured an exhilarating combination of artistic risk-taking and achievement.  Marisa Tomei opened the season in a “buoyant, memorable, inventive, and striking” production (New York Times) of Tennessee Williams’ The Rose Tattoo, with a performance that Observer called “a one-woman fireworks display.”  After critically acclaimed runs at WTF,... Read More

Community Works

Community-engaged theatre that WORKS!
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COMMUNITY WORKS is Williamstown Theatre Festival’s year-round community-engaged theatre program that brings together hundreds of Berkshire area residents from all walks of life.  These diverse constituencies are connected with professional theatre artists and with each other through workshops, rehearsals, and a professional-caliber production on the Main Stage at the Festival, presented free of charge for more than 2,000 locals.  UPCOMING... Read More

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