Single-show tickets for this summer's Williamstown Theatre Festival are now available

williamstown theatre festival 2018

Just a heads up that the Williamstown Theatre Festival opened reservations Tuesday for single-show tickets during the upcoming season.

The festival box office doesn't open until June 1, but placing the ticket reservation (and paying) now puts you in line for seats. As the festival notes on its website, all orders placed by May 11 will be seated in the order in which they are received prior to the box office opening.

There are also ticket bundles for sale now that include three, four, and all seven of the season's productions. Buying tickets for a group of shows all at once can save you a few bucks per show.

This summer's WTF lineup includes multiple world premieres and new works. As usual, those productions are also set to star a string of high-profile film and stage actors, among them Matthew Broderick, Mary-Louise Parker, Steven Pasquale, Carmen Cusack, and Tavi Gevinson.

One of the interesting things about WTF in recent years is that it's become a venue to try out works -- either new or revived -- with an eye toward eventually moving them to New York. So the festival is often a chance to catch these shows ahead of the hype.

mages via WTF

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