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…

Fellowship Directing Workshop Production at the Williams

The Boris Sagal Fellowship was established in 1987 by WTF Trustee Emeritus Marge Champion in memory of her late husband and is awarded to a director with significant experience who is making the transition to a professional career. Jean Carlo Yunén, recipient of the 2022 Sagal Fellowship, will direct a workshop production of The…

REVIEW: “Most Happy in Concert” at the Williamstown Theatre Festival

by Roseann Cane Writing this review may prove to be among the most unpleasant tasks I’ve experienced in quite some time. The Most Happy Fella is one of my favorite musicals. I’m but one of many people who consider it Frank Loesser’s masterpiece.  Unlike other musicals by Loesser (which include…

REVIEW: “Man of God” at the Williamstown Theatre Festival

by Jeannie Marlin Woods MAN OF GOD by Anna Ouyang Moench, currently on the Nikos Stage at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, is an astonishing theatrical adventure. With a burst of K-Pop music, the lights come up on a hotel room in Bangkok and four Korean-American teenagers in a super big…

Williamstown Theatre Festival Announces Fridays@3 Reading Series

Williamstown Theatre Festival’s Fridays@3 reading series is a renowned program for the development and discovery of new work! The 2022 Fridays@3 readings will happen throughout the season. Spend the afternoon up close and personal with a play in development, read by brilliant actors! All Fridays@3 readings take place on the…

Williams College Dance Department Presents Kusika & CoDa Spring Concert

The Dance Department presentsKusika & CoDaDance and MusicSpring ConcertMay 6 & 7 | 7 PM | MainStage | $3 Come celebrate dance at Williams with a “double the fun” spring concert featuring faculty-led Dance Department ensembles Kusika and CoDa in a robust shared program. African dance, music, and storytelling traditions old and new, from…

Williams College Theatre Department Presents ” Sometimes the Rain, Sometimes the Sea”

The Theatre Department presentsSometimes the Rain, Sometimes the Seaby Julia IzumiMay 5-7 | 7:30 PM | Adams Memorial Theatre | $3May 8 | 5:00 PM | Adams Memorial Theatre | $3 Sometimes the Rain, Sometimes the Sea by Julia Izumi and directed by Kym Moore, is, in part, a play about the magic of storytelling. Why do we need…

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