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

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TLC #47: 1st Berkshire Primary Forum, Perpetual Foreigners, a Creative Consultation

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We begin our show with Alexander Davis, who talks about the meetup with candidates for 1st Berkshires district state representative organized by Greylock Together. Julia Dixon discusses the state of the area’s creative economy and her new endeavor as a consultant who can help

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Will Call #54: Standing Together Against Othering in the Berkshires

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In the wake of the November election, people across the country have seen fear and anger and exclusion become part of a national public conversation. Many people are sharing the experience of feeling that they do not belong in their familiar places. It’s called othering

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Plenty #7: Darra Goldstein Helps Ferment the Food Revolution with CURED

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Thanks for joining us for another mouthwatering helping of Plenty, the farm and table podcast that examines the people, practices, and policies that affect what goes on behind the menu and beyond the shopping list. This episode? Number 7. “Darra Goldstein Helps Ferment the

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Timothy Snyder to Visit Williams to Discuss Links between Environment and Holocaust

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass.—Timothy Snyder, Bird White Housum Professor of History at Yale University, will present a talk titled “Black Earth: The Ecological Politics of the Holocaust”­­­­­ as part of the year’s Confronting Climate Change Initiative at Williams College on Monday, Sept.19, at 7 p.m. in Griffin Hall, room 3. This event is free and open to

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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 #19 — Getting Reel with Wind-Up Fest

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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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Berkshire Business Outlook, Episode 1 — Ken Kuttner on This Week’s Stock Market Jitters

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Ken Kuttner, Chair of the Department of Economics
at Williams College, provides some perspective on world markets and China’s scramble to stay solvent.
The Berkshire Business Outlook Caught up with Ken Kuttner after a couple days of chasing him around Asia. We caught up with him

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The Top Left Corner, Episode 15 — Sandra Thomas’ Fourth of July Finale

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PLUS: Christine Casella, Justice of the Peace, on Love

The Williamstown Chamber of Commerce sends outgoing Interim Executive Director Sandra Thomas off with a bang. Well, actually, Sandra organized the Town’s Fourth of July celebration, so I suppose you could say she will be conducting

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