Esparza Leads Staged Reading of Our Town for Williamstown Aug. 17

News   Esparza Leads Staged Reading of Our Town for Williamstown Aug. 17
Williamstown Theatre Festival presents Our Town starring Raul Esparza, as part of the festival's ongoing "Friday @ 3" series, Aug. 17.

The one-performance-only staged reading of Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning play includes John Feltch (Dr. Gibbs), Mycah Hogan (Joe Crowell), Peter Davenport (Howie Newsome), Ellen McLaughlin (Mrs. Gibbs), Branda Wehle (Mrs. Webb), Joe Plummer (George Gibbs), Brooke Parks (Rebecca Gibbs), Tommy Heleringer (Wally Webb), Laura Heisler (Emily Webb), Ryan Karels (Prof. Willard/Constable Warren), Mark Blum (Mr. Webb), Kate Roberts (Womanin the Balcony/Woman from the Dead), Rama Marshall (Man in the Auditorium/Man from the Dead) Grace McLean (Lady in the Box/Woman from the Dead), Steve Lawson (Simon Stimson), Sarah Turner (Mrs. Soames), Jim DeProphetis (Si Crowell), David Kenner (Sam Craig) and Gary Tharp (Joe Stoddard). Raul Esparza, a Tony nominee for his portrayal of Bobby in the 2006 John Doyle revival of Company, will return to Broadway this fall in Harold Pinter's The Homecoming under the direction of Daniel Sullivan. Esparza is a Drama Desk winner for his work in Company and Taboo.

The staged reading of Our Town will take place at 3 PM. Tickets are $5 for the "Friday @ 3" series and are available by visiting

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