Uma Thurman, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and More Set for Williamstown Theatre Festival
The 2019 summer season will include five world premieres, new productions of A Raisin in the Sun and Ghosts, and more.
The Williamstown Theatre Festival has announced its 2019 summer season.
The Main Stage season will include a new 60th-anniversary production of Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun (June 25-July 13) directed by Robert O'Hara and starring Francois Battiste and S. Epatha Merkerson; the world premiere of Bess Wohl's Grand Horizons (July 17-28), directed by Leigh Silverman and starring Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Mary Steenburgen; and the premiere of Paul Walsh's new translation of Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts (July 31-August 18), directed by Carey Perloff and starring Uma Thurman.
The Nikos Stage season will include four world premieres: Jonathan Payne's A Human Being, of a Sort (June 26-July 7), directed by Whitney White; Sylvia Khoury's Selling Kabul (July 10-21), directed by Tyne Rafaeli and starring Omar Metwally, Marjan Neshat, and Babak Tafti; Sharyn Rothstein's Tell Me I'm Not Crazy (July 24-August 3), directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel and starring Mark Feuerstein, Jane Kaczmarek, and Nadine Malouf; and Adam Bock's Before the Meeting (August 7-18), directed by Trip Cullman and starring Jason Butler Harner.
For more information on the 2019 season, click here.