Williamstown Theatre Festival Announces 2016 Season [Berkshire on Stage]

February 9th, 2016, 1:00 pm by Sara
Alfred Molina, Michael Stuhlbarg and Marisa Tomei

Alfred Molina, Michael Stuhlbarg and Marisa Tomei

Artistic Director Mandy Greenfield has announced the Williamstown Theatre Festival’s 2016 summer season, the 62nd season for the Tony Award-winning theater company.

The season – running from June 28–August 21 – begins on the Main Stage with a production of Tennessee Williams’ Tony Award-winning play The Rose Tattoo (June 28–July 17) directed by Obie Award winner Trip Cullman and featuring Academy Award winner Marisa Tomei; continues with the world premiere of Boo Killebrew’s comedy Romance Novels For Dummies (July 20–31), directed by Tony nominee Moritz von Stuelpnagel; and closes with the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner Wendy Wasserstein’s An American Daughter (August 3–21), directed by Evan Cabnet.

The Nikos Stage season kicks off June 29 with the world premiere of Martyna Majok’s play Cost of Living (June 29–July 10), directed by Obie Award winner Jo Bonney; and also includes the world premiere sci-fi comedy-thriller The Chinese Room (July 13–23) by Michael West, directed by Obie Award winner James Macdonald, and starring Golden Globe and Tony nominee Michael Stuhlbarg; the world premiere musical Poster Boy (July 28–August 7) with music and lyrics by Tony-nominated Craig Carnelia and book by Joe Tracz, movement by Danny Mefford and direction by Olivier nominee Stafford Arima; and closes out the summer with the American premiere of And No More Shall We Part (August 10-21), by Tom Holloway, directed by Obie Award winner Anne Kauffman and featuring Tony and Emmy nominee Alfred Molina and Golden Globe and Emmy nominee Jane Kaczmarek.

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