The 65th season for the Tony Award-winning theatre company, Williamstown Theatre, announced its summer 2019 festival which will include A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry marking the 60th anniversary of the Broadway opening, a new translation of Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts, five world premieres, two Williamstown Theatre Company -commissioned plays, and much more!
The season kicks off on the Main Stage with A Raisin in the Sun from June 25- July 13 by Tony Award nominee Lorraine Hansberry, directed by Robert O’Hara. A Raisin in the Sun premiered on Broadway in 1959 and ran for 530 performances between the Ethel Barrymore and Belasco Theatres.
The Main Stage season continues with the world premiere of Grand Horizons from July 17- July 28. The final play of the Main Stage season will be Ghosts from July 31 - August 18 by Henrik Ibsen, with new translation from the Norwegian by Paul Walsh, directed by Carey Perloff and featuring Golden Globe winner Uma Thurman.
The season will run from June 25- August 18, 2019 and you can get ticket information here.