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Streetcar Named Desire, A

June 22 - July 3 Nikos Stage
2011 Season

Author: Williams, Tennessee
Director: Cromer, David
With 28 productions of his plays in our history, Tennessee Williams and the Williamstown Theatre Festival have had a long and impressive relationship. To honor his 100th birthday, there's no better gift than an intimate new production of his masterwork by one of today's most inventive directors. In the close quarters of the Nikos Stage, the audience will take up... Read More

Our Town

July 28 - August 8 Main Stage
2010 Season

Author: Wilder, Thornton
Director: Martin, Nicholas
Set not far from the Festival’s Berkshire home in the fictional Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire, Wilder’s masterpiece finds the beautiful in the seemingly mundane lives of people in a small town. Artistic Director Nicholas Martin brings together a family of Williamstown favorites, including Becky Ann Baker, Dylan Baker, Jessica Hecht, John Rubinstein, and Campbell Scott as the local townsfolk whose... Read More

Torch-Bearers, The

July 29 - August 9 Main Stage
2009 Season

Author: Kelly, George
Director: Baker, Dylan
Tony-nominated stage and screen actor Dylan Baker directs this side-splitting 1920s farce in which a troupe of amateur actors rehearse and perform a show-stopping new play—or try to with all their might. Their stage is riddled with comedic drama, suspense, and good old-fashioned witty mayhem, similar to both Noises Off and Boeing Boeing.

Three Sisters

July 16 - July 27 Main Stage
2008 Season

Author: Chekov, Anton
Director: Greif, Michael
Michael Greif returns to Williamstown to stage his third Chekhov production.

Blithe Spirit

July 18 - July 29 Main Stage
2007 Season

Author: Coward, Noel
Director: Mileaf, Maria
Coward's beloved comedy tells of novelist Charles Condomine, a widower, who invites the eccentric medium Madame Arcati to give a seance as research for a novel he is working on. Madame Arcati conjures the spirit of Charles' first wife, the selfish and spoiled Elvira who is increasingly desperate in her efforts to disrupt Charles' current marriage.

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