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Will Call #53: It’s a Wonderful Life at Shakespeare & Company

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Today is Tuesday, December 13, and this is Episode #53 of Will Call. I’m your host and pretender to the Will Call throne, Jason Velázquez, and I thank you for joining us!…

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Will Call #48: “The Tempest” Sweeps Ashore at First Street Common

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In this episode, we were lucky enough to catch Enrico Spada, founder and artistic director of Pittsfield Shakespeare in the Park, with a little time to to talk about the 2016 presentation of William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest.”

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Will Call #45 — Rebirth of a Legend, Rebirth of a Landmark with Orpheus in the Berkshires

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http://media.blubrry.com/cornbread_cafe/p/www.greylockglass.com/podcasts/willcall/gg_wc_20160715_ep045.mp3Podcast (will-call): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSLike Summer itself, “Orpheus in the Berkshires” enters the scene with a flourish. A wildflower bouquet of textures and colors, the piece immediately charms, providing just the right touch at this season’s picnic of theatre offerings.
In its creation, the production of “Orpheus,” from the Williamstown Theatre Festival,

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Will Call #36 — Spectacle 99, Anais Mitchell , Unsilent Night in North Adams

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We speak again with our ever-generous guest Michelle Daly of the Berkshire Cultural Resource Center at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. Michelle discusses some of the exceptional events coming up in December, including Anais Mitchell, Unsilent Night, and Spectacle 99, and hints at what’s to come

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Will Call #33 — Fall Festival of Shakespeare Brings that Naughty Thane to Greylock

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http://media.blubrry.com/cornbread_cafe/p/www.greylockglass.com/podcasts/willcall/gg_wc_20151113_FFS.mp3Podcast (will-call): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSWe speak with Josh Aaron McCabe and Ally Allen of the Shakespeare & Company Education Department, as well as Luc Park, senior at Mt. Greylock Regional School, who will be playing one of three Macbeths in William Shakespeare’s eponymous tragedy.…

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Will Call #32 — Maximum Woe: Romeo and Juliet at MCLA

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http://media.blubrry.com/cornbread_cafe/p/www.greylockglass.com/podcasts/willcall/gg_wc_20151113.mp3Podcast (will-call): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSYou don’t have to defy the stars to enjoy a hot date with two of literature’s most unlucky lovers, Romeo and Juliet. The eponymous tragedy, staged by the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Fine and performing and Arts Department, will run for one weekend at the Venable

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Will Call #31 — “The Tempest: A Gyre” at Williams College

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Erica Dankmeyer, Artist-in-Residence in Dance, and Janine Parker, Artist-in-Residence in Dance, are choreographing dance scenes that have been integrated into the play; seven student dancers from Contemporary Dance Ensemble (CoDa) will perform.…

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Will Call #23 — Mill City Productions Gets a “CLUE”

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Marissa Carlson, founding member of Mill City Productions and director of their currently running production of “CLUE: The Musical” talks about the company as it launches its second decade.…

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Will Call #21 — Made In the Berkshires Celebrates Five Years

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Cohorts in culture Hilary Somers Deely and Barbara Sims explain how they select and curate the dozens of artists and events that make up the three day extravaganza that is the 5th Annual “Made in the Berkshires” Festival.…

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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 “Raise the Roof”

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Will Call #18 — Playwright Tom Coash, Director Leah C. Gardiner On “ Veils “

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Thought-provoking examination of customs and culture, “Veils,” opens this weekend at Barrington Stage Company
The Greylock Glass spoke at length both with “Veils” author Tom Coash and director Leah C. Gardiner about this contemplative work produced by Barrington Stage Company.
“Veils” is set in 2010, when Intisar, an African

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Will Call #16 — Savor Autumn Arts with “The Lion in Winter” at Oldcastle Theatre Company

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Bennington, Vt., just half an hour away for much of NoCo, holds vast cultural appeal
Bennington, Vt., is awash in the arts year round, and Autumn is a perfect time to enjoy all that this “must-visit” town has to offer. After listening to our conversation with Eric Peterson,

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