The Williamstown Theatre Festival has been a Berkshires tradition in the Berkshires over 50 years. Each year, the festival produces fresh takes on classics and new plays. Williamstown Theatre Festival has the clout to draw well-established artists to the stage, but is also committed to cultivating young and aspiring artists.
The 2010 season on the Niko’s Stage commences with It’s Jewdy’s Show: My Life as a Sitcom. Judy Gold examines her life through the classic sitcoms of her youth in this funny, heartwarming one-woman show.
The 2010 season starts on the Main Stage with June 30 with A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Director Jessica Stone and an all male cast bring a “fresh, ‘old’ take on American master and Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Sondheim’s raucous musical classic.” It is guaranteed to set toes tapping and spirits soaring.
The summer 2010 line-up continues with Samuel J. and K. on July 7, Six Degrees of Separation on July 14, After the Revolution on July 21, Our Town on July 28, The Last Goodbye on August 5, and Fifth of July on August 11.
One of the reasons we were drawn to this part of the Berkshires years ago is because of its unique combination of natural beauty and world-class art and culture. We can hike, kayak, golf or swim by day, then lose ourselves in the magic of theatre in the Berkshires by night. We truly believe we offer guests of our Lenox MA bed and breakfast the best of both worlds.
Seniors may benefit from our Senior’s Special through June: Stay at our bed and breakfast Lenox for two nights midweek and receive a 15% discount on your entire stay. Take advantage of this special and come see It’s a Jewdy’s Show: My Life as a Sitcom or A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.