Theatre

Williamstown Theatre Festival

'62 Center for Theatre and Dance

From June through August, WTF brings Tony awardwinning actors and veterans of television and film to perform in a series of plays — comedies, dramas, musicals, classics and new work.

Mass MoCA

Downtown North Adams

Since its Building 6 opened in the summer of 2017, Mass MoCA has become one of the world’s largest contemporary art museums, with vast galleries and indoor and outdoor stages.

Williams College ’62 Center

Williams College

The ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance — summer home of the Williamstown Theatre Festival — hosts theater and dance performances year-round while the college is in session.

WordxWord

WordxWord

Spoken word poets run mentoring programs and writing workshops in Berkshire schools and hold events year-round, from National Poetry Month to an annual week-long summer festival in Pittsfield.

Williamstown Theatre Festival season preview

Clark Art Institute

June 7, 2018 7:00 PM - June 7, 2018

Join Williamstown Theatre Festival Artistic Director Mandy Greenfield for a sneak peek at the 2018 season and the reading of a new play with a cast of veteran actors.

The Closet

Williamstown Theatre Festival

June 26 - July 1, 2018

A comedy by Douglas Carter Beane, directed by Mark Brokaw, brings Brooks Ashmanskas and Tony Award-winner Matthew Broderick together in a satire inspired by the French film Le Placard.

The Sound Inside

Williamstown Theatre Festival

June 27 - July 1, 2018

Emmy, Golden Globe and Tony Awardwinner Mary-Louise Parker stars in a world premiere: Under pressure, Bella Baird, a professor at an Ivy League university, allies herself with a brilliant student.

The Closet

Williamstown Theatre Festival

July 3 - July 8, 2018

A comedy by Douglas Carter Beane, directed by Mark Brokaw, brings Brooks Ashmanskas and Tony Award-winner Matthew Broderick together in a satire inspired by the French film Le Placard.

The Sound Inside

Williamstown Theatre Festival

July 3 - July 8, 2018

Emmy, Golden Globe and Tony Awardwinner Mary-Louise Parker stars in a world premiere: Under pressure, Bella Baird, a professor at an Ivy League university, allies herself with a brilliant student.

The Closet

Williamstown Theatre Festival

July 10 - July 14, 2018

A comedy by Douglas Carter Beane, directed by Mark Brokaw, brings Brooks Ashmanskas and Tony Award-winner Matthew Broderick together in a satire inspired by the French film Le Placard.

Artney Jackson

Williamstown Theatre Festival

July 11 - July 15, 2018

Artney Jackson is a mentor and a respected employee at the local cable company. On the edge of promotion, he faces chaos as his son plans to move out and his employers and co-workers test his resolve.

Lempicka

Williamstown Theatre Festival

July 19 - July 22, 2018

A new musical with book and lyrics by Carson Kreitzer and music by Matt Gould, directed by Rachel Chavkin, follows two Russian aristocrats fleeing to Paris after the revolution.

Artney Jackson

Williamstown Theatre Festival

July 17 - July 22, 2018

Artney Jackson is a mentor and a respected employee at the local cable company. On the edge of promotion, he faces chaos as his son plans to move out and his employers and co-workers test his resolve.

Lempicka

Williamstown Theatre Festival

July 24 - July 29, 2018

A new musical with book and lyrics by Carson Kreitzer and music by Matt Gould, directed by Rachel Chavkin, follows two Russian aristocrats fleeing to Paris after the revolution.

Seared

Williamstown Theatre Festival

July 25 - July 29, 2018

In a new comedy by Theresa Rebeck, Chef Harry (Steven Pasquale) is a genius in the kitchen. His business partner wants to expand their restaurant, but Harry sees that as selling out.

Lempicka

Williamstown Theatre Festival

July 31 - August 1, 2018

A new musical with book and lyrics by Carson Kreitzer and music by Matt Gould, directed by Rachel Chavkin, follows two Russian aristocrats fleeing to Paris after the revolution.

Seared

Williamstown Theatre Festival

July 31 - August 4, 2018

In a new comedy by Theresa Rebeck, Chef Harry (Steven Pasquale) is a genius in the kitchen. His business partner wants to expand their restaurant, but Harry sees that as selling out.

The Member of the Wedding

Williamstown Theatre Festival

August 5, 2018

On the eve of a wedding in 1945, housekeeper Berenice Sadie Brown is struggling to protect 12-year-old Frankie (Tavi Gevinson) from harsh racially motivated injustices outside their Southern home.

Dangerous House

Williamstown Theatre Festival

August 8 - August 12, 2018

Noxolo is an aspiring footballer from Cape Town who moved to London for a fresh start, but with the World Cup coming to South Africa and the mounting sense that her ex-lover is in peril, she is pulled back.

The Member of the Wedding

Williamstown Theatre Festival

August 7 - August 12, 2018

On the eve of a wedding in 1945, housekeeper Berenice Sadie Brown is struggling to protect 12-year-old Frankie (Tavi Gevinson) from harsh racially motivated injustices outside their Southern home.

The Member of the Wedding

Williamstown Theatre Festival

August 14 - August 19, 2018

On the eve of a wedding in 1945, housekeeper Berenice Sadie Brown is struggling to protect 12-year-old Frankie (Tavi Gevinson) from harsh racially motivated injustices outside their Southern home.

Dangerous House

Williamstown Theatre Festival

August 15 - August 19, 2018

Noxolo is an aspiring footballer from Cape Town who moved to London for a fresh start, but with the World Cup coming to South Africa and the mounting sense that her ex-lover is in peril, she is pulled back.

Barrington Stage Company

Barrington Stage

Twenty miles south in Pittsfield, Barrington Stage Company fills two stages from June to August and with musicals, comedy and drama, including new works.

Berkshire Theatre Group

Berkshire Theatre Group

With stages in Pittsfield and Stockbridge, the Berkshires’ oldest theatre company is celebrating its 90th anniversary in 2018.

Shakespeare & Company

Shakespeare & Co.

Founded in 1977, Lenox’s well-established troupe performs Shakespearean classics, contemporary works, adaptations of Edith Wharton’s short stories and more from May to September.

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