Shows by Shakina Nayfack, Amanda Green, More to Receive Readings at Williamstown Theatre Festival

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Additionally, Tony nominee Jamey Sheridan will join Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Priscilla Lopez, Thomas Sadoski, and more in Bess Wohl’s Grand Horizons.
Shakina Nayfack and Amanda Green
Shakina Nayfack and Amanda Green Marc J. Franklin

Williamstown Theatre Festival has unveiled additional casting and programming details for its 2019 summer season.

The Massachusetts venue will once again host its Fridays@3 weekly play reading series; this year’s lineup includes Shakina Nayfack’s Chonburi International Hotel & Butterfly Club directed by Laura Savia (July 26); the musical Female Troubles by Amanda Green, Curtis Moore, Jennifer Crittenden, and Gabrielle Allan directed by Scott Ellis (August 2), Robert Emmet Lunney’s For Nina directed by Dylan Baker (July 12); David Zax’s The Room Where I Was Held directed by Danny Sharron (July 19), Selina Fillinger’s Cinched/Strapped (August 9), and Calamity West’s In the Canyon (August 16).

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Additionally, a quartet of actors have been added to the roster for the Main Stage and Nikos Stage productions: Tony nominee Jamey Sheridan will join Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Priscilla Lopez, Thomas Sadoski, Maulik Pancholy, and JoBeth Williams in Bess Wohl’s Grand Horizons; May Calamawy will appear in Sylvia Khoury’s Selling Kabul; Tom Pecinka joins Uma Thurman and Bernard White for a new translation of Ibsen’s Ghosts; and Jeorge Watson rounds out a cast that includes André Braugher and Matthew Saldivar for Jonathan Payne’s A Human Being, of A Sort.

WTF will also present directing fellowships to Katie Lindsay, Jason McDowell-Green, and Maya Davis.

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