Williamstown Theatre Festival Announces Expanded Rush Ticket Policy

Posted July 22, 2009

Williamstown, MA – The Williamstown Theatre Festival is pleased to announce an expanded rush ticket policy for its Main and Nikos Stage shows. You can now purchase rush tickets, based on availability, starting at 4pm until the curtain goes up at 8 pm, 8:30 pm on Saturdays. for all same-day evening performances. Tickets are $15 and are available by phone at 413.597.3400 or in person at 1000 Main Street in Williamstown.*

Williamstown Theatre Festival is thrilled to be able to offer this new program as part of its 55th Anniversary Season and in keeping with its commitment to making extraordinary theatre affordable for all. Board President Matt Harris stated: “We believe strongly in the value of what we provide to our audiences. Now, more than ever, we want to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to experience the magic of Williamstown Theatre Festival’s productions.”

Visit wtfestival.org/wtfgoingon/wtforeveryone to learn more.

Ticketing information for the entire 2009 Season at Williamstown Theatre Festival can be obtained online at www.wtfestival.org or by calling 413-597-3400.

*Rush ticket discount cannot be applied to previously purchased tickets and cannot be combined with any other offer. Tickets are subject to availability and are only valid for same day performances. Limit 2 per person.

Williamstown Theatre Festival

Continuing its 55-year history under the artistic direction of Nicholas Martin, the Williamstown Theatre Festival is a celebration of theatre that brings together a vast array of award-winning actors, directors and playwrights to entertain and delight the Berkshire community of year-round and seasonal patrons. Every summer, WTF revisits the classics in exciting new productions on its Main Stage, develops and nurtures new work on its Nikos Stage, and offers audiences varied cultural events across its many other venues including Free Theatre, Late-Night Cabarets, readings, workshops and other special events, including the Greylock Theatre Project—a program for youngsters in the North Adams area. In addition to its acclaimed productions, WTF has extensive training and professional development programs for the next generation of aspiring theatre artists and managers. In 2002, WTF received the Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre.

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