Ellen Barkin and Priscilla Lopez Join Williamstown Theatre Festival's Summer Slate

Regional News   Ellen Barkin and Priscilla Lopez Join Williamstown Theatre Festival's Summer Slate
 
Kyle Beltran, André Braugher, and Thomas Sadoski are also among the actors announced for Williamstown's upcoming season.
Ellen Barkin and Priscilla Lopez
Ellen Barkin and Priscilla Lopez Joseph Marzullo/WENN and Marc J. Franklin

Additional casting has been announced for Williamstown Theatre Festival’s slate of summer productions, which will launch June 25 with all-new production of Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun.

Robert O’Hara will direct a cast including Kyle Beltran, Eboni Flowers, Joe Goldammer, Mandi Masden, Nikiya Mathis, and Warner Miller. Performances run through July 13.

Andre Braugher
Andre Braugher Jeff Lipsky

Tony winner Priscilla Lopez, Thomas Sadoski, Maulik Pancholy, and JoBeth Williams are set to join Jesse Tyler Ferguson in Bess Wohl’s Grand Horizons, running July 17–28. Williams replaces the previously announced Mary Steenburgen, who has withdrawn due to scheduling conflicts.

Golden Globe, Emmy, and Obie Award-winning actor André Braugher has signed on for Jonathan Payne’s A Human Being, of a Sort, running June 26–July 7. The world premiere will also include Sullivan Jones, Matthew Saldivar, Keith Randolph Smith, and Antonio Michael Woodard.

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Williamstown has also tapped Tony and Emmy Award winner Ellen Barkin (The Normal Heart) to join Cassie Beck, Kyle Beltran, and Midori Francis in Before the Meeting, a world-premiere from playwright Adam Bock, running August 7–18.

Bernard White will join Uma Thurman in a new translation of Ibsen’s Ghosts, running July 31–August 18; and Mark Blum will join Mark Feuerstein, Jane Kaczmarek, and Nadine Malouf in Tell Me I’m Not Crazy, running July 24–August 3.

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