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Mighty Thunders and Borrowed Light open 2019 season at Hancock Shaker Village

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We have a look and listen to While Mighty Thunders Roll: Popular Artists Sing the Shakers, Borrowed Light: Barbara Ernst Prey, and the Suitcase Junket's new release, Mean Dog, Trampoline. We also hear from Shakespeare & Company about their season opener, The Waverly Gallery.

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I Am Going to Leave Her Here

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The Mount as Edith Wharton’s Feminist Manifesto

The lush, stone-walled Italian Garden at The Mount provides a respite from Northeastern summer heat and humidity; early morning photo by Kevin Sprague.

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Stranger in a Strange Land: Akram Khan and XENOS

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Akram Khan doesn’t just perform his dances; he lives them. In XENOS, which played to a packed audience on February 21 at the Williams College ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance, he isn’t just a formidable dancer, but also a skilled actor adept at storytelling through explosive movement, small gestures, and poignant moments of stillness.

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Will Call #70: Love’s Labour’s perfectly Lost at The Dell.

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This week’s show takes us to The Mount, Edith Wharton's Home, in Lenox Massachusetts. Weather permitting, Shakespeare & Company presents William Shakespeare’s Love’s Labour’s Lost under the open sky at The Dell.

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Will Call #69: Purple Valley Plays—A Festival of New Work for the Stage

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The Williams Theatre Department will present Purple Valley Plays, original works for the stage written, directed, designed, and performed by Williams students, April 26–28.

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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 #67: Underground Railroad Game at ’62 Center

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EXPLICIT. Named one of the top ten theatre experiences of 2016 by the New York Times, "Underground Railroad Game" is a vivid, piercing piece of experimental performance from Philadelphia-based company Lightning Rod Special. Recommended for mature audiences only.

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Will Call #66: Bach At New Year’s and Travis Daly on “A Christmas Carol”

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We speak with Paula Hatch, executive director of the Berkshire Bach Society, about this New Year’s event and look forward to 2018. Also on is Travis Daly to talk about "A Christmas Carol," staged by Berkshire Theatre Group.

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Will Call #64: MCLA presents Tartuffe, Shakespeare & Co.’s 2018 line-up of Billy’s works

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PLUS a sneak peek (well, more of a sneak listen) to our 1st place storyteller Jennifer Holey telling her tale about “Little Creatures” at the inaugural batch of the new Berkshire Yarn Mill’s live story event!
 
Today is Friday, December 1st, 2017, and

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

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This is Will Call, #62—We travel this episode to somewhere in the Midwest to meet high school women’s soccer team The Wolves. Rather we’ll speak with Misha Chowdhury, who directs this Williams Theatre Department staging of Sarah DeLappe’s 2017 Pulitzer Prize Finalist

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

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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

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Will Call Episode #55.4, BONUS: Tom Coash on “Raghead” at BSC for 10X10 Upstreet Arts Festival

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Tom Coash’s full-length play, “Veils,” set in Cairo at the beginning of the Arab Spring, played at Barrington Stage in the fall of 2015. He says an experience from “Veils” inspired him to write the shorter work that appears in this year’s

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