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A beautiful, new, and very comfortable theatre right in downtown Williamstown MA. Parking is easy and there are plenty of restaurants, shops and other entertainment nearby. The Williams College is excellent, and free, we never miss it after eating at "The Purple Pub".
I visited this theatre with my mom for a play as part of the Williamstown Theatre Festival. The play was about trains, boats, birth and death, and it was done really well. One thing that I particularly liked was that in the train scene, they...More
This theater has excellent shows. The acting is top notch. The performances I have seen have been outstanding. Love the location--on the campus of Williams College.
The theater itself is one of the nicest facilities I have seen. Don't think there is a bad seat...More
We have wanted to get to the festival for a long time now but it has never worked out before. After seeing the production Sat evening I see what a shame it is that we haven’t made it here before. The theatre was beautiful and...More
It was another wonderful theater experience at the Williamstown Theatre Festival! Recently my daughter and I attended the play, "The Closet" which we thoroughly enjoyed. The talented cast did a superb job and kept the audience interested and laughing throughout the entire play. They always...More
I recently saw the WTF’s premiere of the musical, Lempicka, and continue to be disgusted at how this once great venue has fallen from grace.
One would have thought that a show about the great artist, Tamara Lempicka, would have at least found a stunning...More
The thing I like best about this theater is their putting on new plays with current topics.
We saw Artney Jackson, A world premiere about hard times working in Corporate America. All scenes take place in the break room of a cable company retention center....More