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Williamstown Theatre Festival Brings ‘ART’ to The Clark

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The venerable Wililiamstown Theatre Festival is making an effort to have more of a year-round presence in the Berkshires. Now that it has a Williamstown-based general manager, Joe Finnegan (left with Kristen Johanson), it’s reaching out to full-time residents and a staged reading of Yasmina Reza’s ART at the the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute attracted some 300 people to see John Bedford Lloyd, Campbell Scott and James Waterston, who headed to Mezze for drinks after the show.
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David Wohabe, WTF board president Matt Harris, Denise Wohabe.
 
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WTF artistic associate Justin Waldman and actor Campbell Scott; Molly Kerns & Rebecca Rice.
 
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David & Wendy Horton with Fran & Ira Lapidus, a WTF trustee.

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