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Taylor Trensch to be Williamstown Theatre Festival's "Poster Boy" and other news

Williamstown Theatre Festival (Mandy Greenfield, Artistic Director) has announced additional programming and casting for the 2016 summer season. Additions to this season’s slate of events include the legendary Late-Night Cabaret, the always popular Fridays@3 Reading Series, and this year’s Boris Sagal and Bill Foeller Fellowship Projects. 751 more words


WTF presents "The Roommate" with S. Epatha Merkerson and Deirdre O’Connell at the Clark

WTF Artistic Director Mandy Greenfield Presents Season Sneak Peek at Clark Art Institute

The Williamstown Theatre Festival (WTF) and Artistic Director Mandy Greenfield present a free reading of  540 more words


Williamstown Theatre Festival announces casting for Summer 2016

Artistic Director Mandy Greenfield has announced additional casting for the upcoming Williamstown Theatre Festival 2016 Summer Seasonkicking off June 28 and running through August 21, 2016. 1,220 more words


Artistic Director Mandy Greenfield talks about importance of excellence at WTF

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Mandy Greenfield, photo by Jane Feldman.

Ever since the concept of color blind casting became a topic of discussion several decades ago, America’s theatre community has done a lot of talking about diversity. 1,129 more words

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Monday Monologues: Patrick Breen offers his "Confession"

Part of a continuing series of Monday Monologues.

In his series of monologues entitled “Orphans,” this piece did not make it to the end.  This selection is  #88 of Eric Bogosians astonishing series of  358 more words


Monday Monologues: Michael Shannon - "Godhead"

Part of a continuing series of Monday Monologues.

Most Christians believe that there are three separate persons — Father, Son, and Holy Spirit — that make up the Godhead. 581 more words


Monday Monologues: Betsy Aidem as a "Voice in the Wilderness"

Part of a continuing series of Monday Monologues.

A perfect monologue for readers of Berkshire on Stage,  Betsy Aidem’s Voice in the Wilderness is  #68 of Eric Bogosians astonishing series of  409 more words