As a festival, Williamstown does many things right, including but not limited to: my complimentary industrial strength fan, opening night parties with COOKIES AND MORE COOKIES, hand-picked good people, the breathtakingly good production of Amy Herzog’s After the Revolution, and the Cabaret. Since they’ve got so many talented people here at any given point in time (now: they’re developing a Jeff Buckley musical so incredible songsters in town for that) – each weekend, in this big pretty old church, they host a cabaret, where select performers sing – well – whatever they want. And so well. Its a past my bedtime affair but was well worth it – what, with the $4 wine, cheetoes, Clowns and Carrie Underwood covers. My headache is mad at me for going, yet I am so glad I did.

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