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Boo Killebrew's "Romance Novels for Dummies" reviewed at Williamstown Theatre Festival

Mary Wiseman (l) and Ashley Austin Morris. Photograph Daniel Rader.

Ashley Austin Morris. Photograph Daniel Rader.

Mary Wiseman and Emily Lyons. Photograph Daniel Rader.

Williamstown Theatre Festival hosts premiere of Romance Novels for Dummies… 703 more words

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Rainbow Seniors thrill to "Orpheus in the Berkshires," part of Williamstown Theatre Fest

Orpheus in the Berkshires. Photo by Daniel Rader.

Orpheus in the Berkshires. Photo by Daniel Rader.

Orpheus in the Berkshires. Photo by Daniel Rader.

Orpheus in the Berkshires. 456 more words

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Fresh new comedy, "Romance Novels for Dummies" to get premiere in Williamstown

When the search for romance gets serious
Preview by Larry Murray

Note: The review with production photos is now posted here.

You probably don’t know much about the new comedy… 665 more words

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"Cost of Living" a harrowing and rewarding drama at Williamstown Theatre Festival

Katy Sullivan and Wendell Pierce. Photograph Daniel Rader.

Gregg Mozgala and Rebecca Naomi Jones. Photograph Daniel Rader.

Rebecca Naomi Jones. Photograph Daniel Rader.

Wendell Pierce and Katy Sullivan. 1,247 more words

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An outstanding production of "The Rose Tattoo" at Williamstown Theatre Festival

Marisa Tomei. Photograph Daniel Rader.

Constance Shulman. Photograph Daniel Rader.

Christopher Abbott. Photograph Daniel Rader.

Marisa Tomei. Photograph T. Charles Erickson.

Both intense and funny, … 846 more words

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Shubert Foundation provides nine area theatre and dance companies with $375,000 in grants

The Shubert Foundation in New York City has announced grants totaling $25.6 million to performing arts organizations — its thirty-fourth consecutive year of increased grantmaking. 363 more words

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Monday Monologues: Ethan Hawke is "In the Dark" and loves it

Part of a continuing series of Monday Monologues.

Ethan Hawke is fearless in his straight up reading of “In the Dark” which puts into words people’s fascination with unexplained tire tracks on the highway and sexual fetishes like black leather, black Lycra, and in this monologue, black rubber. 590 more words

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