Williamstown Theatre Festival Offers Free Community Works Acting Class

FEBRUARY 9, 4:30-6:00 PM ETACTING CLASS Have you always been curious to try acting? Or are you keen to get back to it? Join Guest Artist Ural Grant and WTF Associate Artistic Director Laura Savia on Wednesday, February 9, at 4:30 PM ET, for this free 90-minute class. Each participant will be provided with…

WTF COMMUNITY WORKS Offers Intergenerational Playwriting Workshop at BCC

Intergenerational Playwriting WorkshopFriday, December 10, 1:00-2:15pmBerkshire Community College, 1350 West St, Pittsfield, MA Williamstown Theatre Festival’s COMMUNITY WORKS co-founders Laura Savia and Lucy Thurber will lead a FREE public, in person intergenerational playwriting workshop, at Berkshire Community College on December 10, from 1:00-2:15pm. No prior experience necessary!  Participants under 18 must…

Williamstown Theatre Festival Offers Free In-Person Theatre Workshop

Williamstown Theatre Festival COMMUNITY WORKSIn Person Theatre WorkshopFriday, September 24, 4:30-5:30pmHarper Center, 118 Church St, WilliamstownFREE. Participants must be 18 years & older. Led by Williamstown Theatre Festival Associate Artistic Director Laura Savia, this workshop aims to develop theatrical skills with a focus on self-expression and story-telling!No prior experience is required!…

Williamstown Theatre Festival Announces 2020 Summer Season

LINE-UP INCLUDES FOUR WORLD PREMIERE PLAYS, A WORLD PREMIERE MUSICAL, A NEW PRODUCTION OF TENNESSEE WILLIAMS’ “A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE” DIRECTED BY ROBERT O’HARA, AND A NEW PRODUCTION OF ANNA ZIEGLER’S “PHOTOGRAPH 51” DIRECTED BY SUSAN STROMAN SEASON TO INCLUDE AUDRA MCDONALD, KATE BURTON, CARLA GUGINO, TAYLOR SCHILLING, SHAKINA NAYFACK,…

REVIEW: “Artney Jackson” at the Williamstown Theatre Festival

by Macey Levin Playwright James Anthony Tyler’s work has been performed in several off-Broadway and regional theatres including the Berkshire Playwrights Lab in Great Barrington, MA, whose Some Old Black Man by Tyler transferred to New York this past season to very good reviews.  Williamstown Theatre Festival is currently producing…

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