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Report: The Skivvies rock Williamstown with guest artists Randy Harrison, Alison Fraser plus others

The Skivvies at Goodman Hall performed as part of the cabaret tradition
of the Williamstown Theatre Festival.

Event Report by Larry Murray

There are a lot of things that happen as part of the Williamstown Theatre Festival that are less well known than the star-sprinkled theatre they produce at the ’62 Center. 858 more words


WTF: Randy Harrison to strip down with Will Swenson, Alison Fraser, Benjamin Scheuer and The Skivvies

Randy Harrison returns to the Berkshires with The Skivvies
by Larry Murray

Great actors have often reported feeling “almost naked” on stage with hundreds of people gazing at them. 753 more words


No heat, just words inform a passionless "Kinship" at the Williamstown Theatre Festival

(l to r) Cynthia Nixon (She) and Chris Lowell (He). Photo by T. Charles Erickson

Chris Lowell (He) and Penny Fuller (Mother). Photo by T. Charles Erickson. 677 more words


'Cheers' Actor Roger Rees Dies At 71

NEW YORK (AP) — Roger Rees, the lanky Tony Award-winning Welsh-born actor and director who made his mark onstage as Nicholas Nickleby and became a mainstay on Broadway playing Gomez in “The Addams Family” and Chita Rivera’s doomed lover in “The Visit,” has died. 279 more words


The Journey begins...Williamstown Theatre Festival 2015

It has been about two weeks since I arrived to Williamstown, Massachusetts to be an Apprentice at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. Before I had even arrived, my experience was already filled joy, risk, inspiration, and most of all, creativity. 297 more words


Williamstown Theatre, A Path to Broadway, Gets New Head, New Style

The Williamstown Theatre Festival, 165 miles north of Times Square and set in the bucolic Berkshires, has an enviable record of getting plays to New York.  916 more words

Blythe Danner, Jessica Hecht, David Rasche, Marisa Tomei join WTF for play readings @3 series

Mandy Greenfield, the new Artistic Director of Williamstown Theatre Festival has announced still further programming and special events to join the 2015 summer season including: the Late-Night Cabaret, the Fridays@3 Reading Series, and the 2015 Developmental Workshop Series. 828 more words