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Will Call #68: David Eppel bids farewell with Tartuffe

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David Eppel shares thoughts on apartheid, creativity in the shadow of oppression, and his 35 years as a professor of theatre at Williams College

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Will Call #62: The Wolves roam CenterStage in DeLappe’s 2017 masterpiece

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Will Call #61: Antigone in Ferguson, Social Activism Panel Discussion

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Amy Holzapfel Chair, Associate Professor of Theatre at Williams College, moderates a discussion about the politics of participatory performance, and the lessons and practices it can share with democratic assembly in public space. She is joined by panelists, Bryan Doerries, Director, Antigone in Ferguson;

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Will Call Episode #56: Amy Holzapfel on Gender, Transgender, and Breaking the Glass Grid

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left to right: Alexis Soloski, Natalie Robin, Mandy Greenfield, Amy Holzapfel, Kristen Van Ginhoven, Helga Davis, and Basil Kreimendahl; graphic composed of submitted images, see individual entries for more information.

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Breaking the Glass Grid: Gender and Transgender Bias Across the Performing Arts Industry

This is Episode #56 of Will Call, here at the Greylock Glass, released Tuesday, February 28, 2017.  I’m your host, Jason Velazquez, and I hope you’ve been enjoying our opening music, “Dark

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Will Call #20 — Rhythm of the Forest Felt at Drum and Dance Fest

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Amiée Gelinas keeps the beat of international percussion in sync with the the pulse of conservation.
PLUS: Kameron Steele directs Federico García Lorca’s “Blood Wedding” at the ’62 Center
The 6th Annual Drum and Dance Fest is a fundraiser for the Tamarack Hollow Nature & Cultural Center’s

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Will Call #19 — Getting Reel with Wind-Up Fest

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"Uncertain," directed by Anna Sandilands and Ewan McNicol, will be shown Saturday, October 17, at 3:00 p.m. at the '62 Center for Theatre and Dance; publicity photo. Afterwards, Local Pulitzer-Prize winning writer Elizabeth Kolbert (The Sixth Extinction) speaks with the directors about nature out of balance.

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Artistic Director Paul Sturtz and Managing Director Sandra Thomas discuss the new format, film making, and efforts to make the Wind-Up Fest increasingly inclusive.
Since 1999,the Williamstown Film Festival has brought the finest contemporary films, directors and actors to the pastoral hills of the Berkshires.

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INDIEcent Exposure #14 — The Sun Parade Fire It Up in October

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The Sun Parade open for Dr. Dog at MASS MoCA 10/10 and help kick off the Wind-Up Fest 10/15; photo by Joanna Chattman

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Pi Valley Faves, The Sun Parade march into the Berks for TWO shows this month.
PLUS: Kris Delmhorst—TONIGHT at the BarN
ALERT: Consider PREPARING for the possible landfall of Hurricane Joaquin while we have plenty of time..
Singer and guitarist Chris Marlon Jennings relates the band’s creation

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Will Call #17 — Sonia Nazario On “Enrique’s Journey”

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Sonia Nazario, author of "Enrique's Journey," will speak at William's College November 30.

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Pulitzer Prize-winning author continues to shine a bright light on an expanding crisis.
Enrique’s Journey recounts the unforgettable quest of a Honduran boy looking for his mother, eleven years after she is forced to leave her starving family to find work in the United States.

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Will Call #11 — Williams College Summer Theatre Lab

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Jonathan Gonzalez and Kimberly Golding in Williams College Summer Theatre Lab's 2013–2014 season production of "A Brief History of America;" photo courtesy WCSTL

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“Will Call” dropped in on Caitlin Sullivan, Artistic Director of the Williams College Summer Theatre Lab at the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance. Caitlin, ’07, traces her roots back to the beginnings both of the Lab and the Center. Beginning this season, she

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