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Fifth of July

August 11 - August 22 Main Stage
2010 Season

Author: Wilson, Lanford
Director: Kinney, Terry
As friends and family gather to remember a lost loved one, a group of thirty-something prodigals from the rebellious post-Vietnam generation return to their rural Missouri home, finding themselves older and wiser, yet still searching. Long-buried rivalries and burning secrets reignite on a late summer evening as this motley tribe struggles to adapt to the changes wrought in their lives.... Read More

Last Goodbye, The

August 5 - August 20 Nikos Stage
2010 Season

Author: Kimmel, Michael
Director: Kimmel, Michael
A legendary love. A transcendent artist. Shakespeare’s classic verse meets the driving, passionate rock of iconic singer-songwriter Jeff Buckley in the world premiere of The Last Goodbye. Conceived and adapted from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet by Michael Kimmel with the music and lyrics of Jeff Buckley arranged by Kris Kukul, an ensemble of fourteen singer/actors bring to life the lyrical... 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

Six Degrees of Separation

July 14 - July 25 Main Stage
2010 Season

Author: Guare, John
Director: Kauffman, Anne
One evening can alter the course of many lives. Into a Manhattan couple’s nightly discussions of art deals and dinner reservations, a charismatic stranger arrives with stories of a famous father and promises of walk-on roles in Cats: The Movie. Could he possibly be for real? This Olivier Award winner and Pulitzer finalist stirs the pot of privilege with often... Read More

Samuel J. and K.

July 7 - July 18 Nikos Stage
2010 Season

Author: Smart, Mat
Director: Waldman, Justin
Samuel J. surprises his adopted brother Samuel K. with a trip back to his birth country of Cameroon for college graduation--but Samuel K. has no desire to face a place and a past that abandoned him. SAMUEL J. AND K. challenges the traditional definitions of family and asks if a place we've only imagined can become home overnight. Festival Artistic... Read More

Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, A

June 30 - July 11 Main Stage
2010 Season

Author: Shevelove, Burt and Larry Gelbart, Stephen Sondheim
Director: Stone, Jessica
The Romans are coming! With a nod and a wink to Plautus, director Jessica Stone helms an all-male troop of actors into the comic fray with this fresh, "old" take on American master and Pulitzer Prize winner, Stephen Sondheim's raucous musical classic. With Tony nominee Christopher Fitzgerald leading the charge as Pseudolus, a slave who must win his freedom by... Read More

Camp Monster

July 5 - July 10 Free Theatre | Main Stage
2010 Season

Author: Rothstein, Sharyn
Director: Pines, Kate
Free Theatre, now in its 24th season presents CAMP MONSTER. For years, the sons and daughters of the world's most famous monsters have spent their summer at Camp Flonster...but this year the camp has a new director. Join us as the young monsters try to keep the world safe--for even the strangest among us.

It’s Jewdy’s Show: My Life as a Sitcom

June 23 - July 4 Main Stage
2010 Season

Author: Gold, Judy
Director: Charlton, Amanda
Building on the success of her show, 25 QUESTIONS FOR A JEWISH MOTHER, funny-woman Judy Gold returns to the stage in this hilarious look at her amazing life through the lens of the classic sitcoms of her youth. With multimedia, original music, laughter, and love, Judy shows us how she balances family and ambition in a world where she sometimes... Read More

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