Easton and Ivey Are Home at Williamstown Beginning Aug. 13

News   Easton and Ivey Are Home at Williamstown Beginning Aug. 13 Dana Ivey and Richard Easton begin performances in the Williamstown Theatre Festival production of Home Aug. 13.

Penned by David Story, Home marks the final offering of the Williamstown Theatre Festival's main stage season. The production continues through Aug. 24. Easton (Invention of Love) and Ivey (Butley) are joined onstage by Philip Goodwin (Tartuffe), Roberta Maxwell (Othello) and C. J. Wilson (Festen).

Two-time Tony Award winner Joseph Hardy stages David Storey's mysterious work that centers on four friends who meet in a park to "converse about life's events only to slowly reveal the reality of their strange circumstances."

Designing the production are Tobin Ost (set design), Alejo Vietti (costume design), Rui Rita (lighting design) and John Gromada (original music and sound design).

Tickets are available by logging on to wtfestival.org or by calling (413) 597-3400.