Williamstown Theatre Festival Adds Cristin Milioti, Thomas Sadoski, and More
Cynthia Erivo and Steven Pasquale will participate in the theater's summer reading series.
Additional casting has been announced for Williamstown Theatre Festival's 2017 summer season.
Joining the previously announced Main Stage and Nikos Stage season casts are Bernard White in The Clean House (July 19-29); Maurice Jones in A Legendary Romance (August 3-20); Hiram Delgado, Maurice Jones, and Jonghoon Han in The Model American (June 28-July 9); and Joshua Boone and Raúl Castillo in Where Storms Are Born (July 12-23). Saheem Ali joins the Harrison David Rivers play as director, replacing the previously announced Leisl Tommy who had to withdraw due to scheduling conflicts.
Tony nominee Cristin Milioti, Tony nominee Thomas Sadoski, Gene Jones, Jeanine Serralles, and Ryan Spahn also join the world-premiere cast of Halley Feiffer's Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow (July 26-August 6), which will star Rebecca Henderson and Tony nominee Micah Stock. Alexandra Socha and Joshua Boone will additionally be featured in Anna Ziegler's Actually (August 9-20), a co-world premiere with Geffen Playhouse which WTF produces in association with Manhattan Theater Club.
The 2017 season will also include the [email protected] Reading Series. This year's lineup of readings will include Seared by Theresa Rebeck, directed by Tony nominee Moritz Von Stuelpnagel, and featuring Tony nominee Steven Pasquale (July 7); The Fit by Carey Perloff (July 14); WTF's 2017 L. Arnold Weissberger New Play Award winner Noura by Heather Raffo (WTF's 2017 Jay Harris Commission recipient), directed by Joanna Settle (July 21); Blue Skies Process by Abe Koogler (July 28); Lempicka with music by Matt Gould, book by Carson Kreitzer, directed by Rachel Chavkin and featuring Tony Award winner Cynthia Erivo and Tony nominee Steven Pasquale (August 4); Overjoyed by Ethan Lipton, directed by Oliver Butler (August 11); and Screenplay by Stalin by Tom Fontana, directed by Laura Savia. These readings have limited availability and will be hosted at the Clark auditorium.
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