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INDIEcent Exposure: ArtScope at Fringe Music with Eleonore Oppenheim

Shire City Sanctuary in Pittsfield, MA, home to the monthly Fringe Music Series.

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Eleonore Oppenheim at Fringe Music, at Shire City Sanctuary in Pittsfield, MA

Shire City Sanctuary in Pittsfield, MA, home to the monthly Fringe Music Series; photo by William McGuire III

This special presentation, “ArtScope,” explores the Fringe Music series through its first performance on September 4th, 2015, which featured renowned solo-bassist Eleonore Oppenheim. Fringe Music is a new monthly music series offered by Bazaar Productions.…

INDIEcent Exposure #13 — Canadian Roots Songstress Oh Susanna at The BarN

Suzie Ungerleider of Oh Susanna; photo by Heather Pollock

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She’s driving over 400 miles to sing for you. Just for you.
We spoke with Suzie Ungerleider, eponymous member of Oh Susanna, about her new album, “Name Dropper,” which is a triumph of creativity, community, and collaboration. You’ll fall hard for her infectious laughter and optimism. Powerful medicine (along with the aforementioned community and collaboration) in her fight against breast cancer, diagnosed just in time to interrupt the final stages of the release’s production.…

INDIEcent Exposure #12 — Poet Robbie Q. Telfer of Project Voice

Robbie Q. Telfer; photo courtesy Project Voice

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Visiting poet and host at the Word X Word Festival, Telfer is a complex guy
I had the privilege of speaking to Robbie Q. Telfer at length before he arrived in the Berkshires for his fourth year participating in the Word X Word Festival. Due to circumstances beyond my control, that conversation did not air while the Festival was still in play. But the lateness of the hour doesn’t dull the keen observations he makes, nor will his inspired descriptions of the interactions between poetry and life be any less brilliant.…

INDIEcent Exposure #11 — Creatures of Habitat: The Magic Is in the Mechanism

The Magic is in The Mechanism: Open Rehearsal/Performance Lab; photo by Monica Pizzichemi

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UPDATE: This performance has been postponed until Sunday, September 27th 6-8 p.m. due to rain!
Creatures of Habitat interact with spaces and objects. It would be even cooler if they could time travel, too…oh, wait, they kind of do that…
Stefanie Weber’s Creatures of Habitat Physical Poetry Public Performance Project will appear Sunday evening 6:30-8:30p September 13th in the Morningside Community School parking lot.
We spoke with Stefanie Lynx Weber about the open rehearsal of this three-part exploration that takes place in Pittsfield.…

INDIEcent Exposure #10 — Fringe Music in the Berkshires

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Bazaar Productions presents Fringe Music, a new free music series that will bring new, innovative music to the Berkshires on the first Friday of every month as part of Pittsfield’s First Fridays Artswalk.
The arts organization is taking a hiatus from its normal summer offering, Berkshire Fringe, a festival that combines theater, music and art, to provide a more focused musical experience. Co-artistic director Peter Wise says, “Previously, we had a music series going on at the same time as a theater festival, and workshops, and all of this stuff crammed into a couple of weeks… but this is a great chance to showcase one thing at a time, and we’re really looking forward to that.”…

INDIEcent Exposure #9 — WordXWord Blows Minds All Week

Curtis Asch in the Story Slam Semi-Finals at Dottie's Coffee Lounge in Pittsfield

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Poetry and Story Slams, Workshops, and Special Guests at Great Locations Make This a Can’t-Miss Festival

WordXWord uses spoken word, poetry and storytelling in shared space and time to celebrate diversity and creativity, empower the individual, foster understanding and empathy, and make real human connections. All WXW programs are free and open to all.

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INDIEcent Exposure #8 — Open Your Ears! TONIGHT at the BarN

Red Room Radio Redux players rehearse "Open Your Ears," which will be performed 7:00 p.m. July 29 at the BarN at 1401 Green River Road, Williamstown; photo by Karl Mullen

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Join Red Room Radio Redux tonight for an hour of Shakespearean wordplay
Red Room Radio Redux presents “Open Your Ears!” for one night only, Wednesday, July 29 at 7pm, in The Barn”Open Your Ears!” at 1401 Green River Road in Williamstown, This presentation, done in the radio play style, includes accompanying music and enhancing sound effects.
PLUS: Berkshire Author and Educator tour their own backyard to visit hidden, and not-so-hidden, gems

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INDIEcent Exposure #7 — Kickwheel Ensemble Theater takes “Passage” Home

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“Passage” finishes its residency at Millbrook School—journey continues in Pittsfield.
 
Merging original sound, virtuosic physical performance, and questionably accurate historical reenactments, “Passage“ focuses an often humorous lens on the Canadian Arctic, a hotbed of political unrest with a tragic past and an uncertain future. As an ensemble theater company, Kickwheel has spent the past year writing, devising, generating, and exploring diverse source materials including researched accounts, news reports, letters, and interviews.…

INDIEcent Review — ” Send for the Million Men ” Pushes Boundaries and Rewrites History

The critically acclaimed "Send for the Million Men," by Joseph Silovsky, opens Thursday, July 16; photo by Cory Weaver

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special to the Greylock Glass
The Mass Live Arts festival at Bard College at Simon’s Rock in Great Barrington continued this week with “Send for the Million Men.” This critically-acclaimed reexamination of the trial and execution of Sacco and Venzetti explores the circumstances that led to the pair of Italian immigrants being wrongfully accused of a robbery and murder committed in Braintree, MA in 1920. The piece features writing, direction and mechanical prop design by Joseph Silovsky, video design by Victor Morales, and music by Catherine McRae.…

INDIEcent Exposure #6 — Mass Live Arts – Only Two Weeks Left

"Remember the Gray Light," by Bobby McElver; photo courtesy Bobby McElver

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“You Are Nowhere” left audiences open-mouthed; “Send for the Million Men” and “Tarzana,” as well as gallery installations, film events, and works in progress yet to come.
Mass Live Arts (MLA) is a festival of experimental theater and performance at the Daniel Arts Center at Bard College at Simon’s Rock in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.
ADVISORY: Explicit, potty-mouth language throughout much of this episode,
MLA is dedicated to presenting large-scale bold new works of contemporary performance in the Berkshires.…

INDIEcent Exposure #5 — Jeb Barry, “Milltown”

Jeb Barry, "Milltown;" 2015

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When Jeb Barry began recording over 40 songs for what was to be a double cd, he began to notice a common theme of small town despair and tragedy.

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INDIEcent Exposure #4 — Newpoli, “Nun te Vutá”

Newpoli embraces the many influences that create the distinctive sound of Southern Italian folk music; photo by Arguedas Photography

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PLUS: LIVE in the Berkshires—Moonshine Holler and Girl Howdy
 
As you hear the tamburello pounding out the heartbeat of the music of Newpoli, the two singers start up a wild, frenetic dance, and you’ll have a very hard time sitting still.

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