Williamstown Theatre Festival Brings Staged Reading to The Clark

ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY!ED NAPIER’S MUSIC LESSONS December 4 at 2:00 PMClark Art Institute’s auditorium As part of the Williamstown Holiday Walk festivities and the Clark‘s “First Sunday Free” program, Williamstown Theatre Festival is thrilled to announce a special one-day-only performance of Ed Napier‘s Music Lessons. Tracing his years of voice and theater training with two…

Williams College Dance Department Presents “Pachedu”

The Dance Department presents Pachedu (F)ALL Ensembles Dec 8 & 9 | 7:30 PM | Directing Studio in the ’62 Center | Free Artistic Directors: Sandra L. Burton, Erica Dankmeyer, Tendai Muparutsa, and Janine Parker. Sankofa Presidents: Nathan Hu ’23 and Obi Nwako ’24, Drill Sergeants Rachel Jiang ’23 and Ryan Joseph ’23. Pachedu is…

Williams College Theatre Presents “Theatre: A Love Story”

The Williams College Theatre Department presents THEATRE: A LOVE STORY By Caridad Svich Directed by Emmanuelle Delpech Nov. 28 & 29 | 7:30 PM | Directing Studio | Free BUY TICKETS Theatre: A Love Story is an exuberant live performance that invites the audience and the actors to reflect, question and embrace the beauty…

Williams College Theatre Department Presents “Jenny’s Doll Hospital”

The Theatre Department presents a Theatre Honors performance Jenny’s Doll Hospital A New Musical Oct. 28 & 29 | 7:30 PM | ’62 Center Directing Studio | Free Created by Kara Hadden ’23It’s a lesbian tale as old as lesbian time: Jenny meets Jane. Jane floors Jenny. Jenny moves in with Jane after…

Reggie Wilson/Fist and Heel Performance Group Brings “POWER” to the ’62 Center

The CenterSeries presents Reggie Wilson/Fist and Heel Performance Group POWER Oct. 15 | 8:00 PM | MainStage | $10/$3 (students) at the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance at Williams College, 1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA With POWER, choreographer and “kinesthetic anthropologist” Reggie Wilson conjures the secret histories of 1800s Black Shaker communities, many led by women.…

Makuyeika Colectivo Teatral Bring “Andares” to the ’62 Center

The CenterSeries presents Makuyeika Colectivo Teatral Andares Sept. 30 | 8:00 PM | CenterStage | $10/$3 (students) Oct. 1 | 8:00 PM | CenterStage | $10/$3 (students) at the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance at Williams College, 1000 Main Street, Williamstown MA Woven from ancestral myths and traditional music, Andares shines a light on a range of…

WAM Theatre Commemorates Banned Books Week with “Erased Histories,” a Free Conversation Series

LENOX, MA (September 4, 2022) – WAM Theatre is delighted to announce a series of lively conversations with scholars, artists, and community members who will tell the true stories of Black and Indigenous Women who were Civil Rights pioneers. These FREE events will take place throughout Berkshire County, and in…

REVIEW: “we are continuous” at the Williamstown Theatre Festival

by Roseann Cane “So many plays in the HIV/AIDS theatrical canon are about white gay men and death and dying. I wanted to add something Black and gay and full of hope. we are continuous is my contribution.”  –Harrison David Rivers The phenomenon is all too familiar. We all know…

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