Arts & Culture

Williamstown, MA – The Tablers welcome Johanna McKeon, Jon Bass, and Gabriel King.

Williamstown, MA – The East Coast premiere of Bess Wohl's new comedy, Touch(ed) opens August 3rd on the Nikos Stage.

Williamstown, MA – Joe, Alan, and Sarah speak with WTF's Artistic Director, Jenny Gersten.

Albany, NY – David Rees and Sam Anderson host BCRG's 10th comedy show in Beacon this Saturday, July 16th featuring Andrea Rosen, Tom Shillue, and Max Silvestri.

Albany, NY – Joe speaks with actor, Rob Morrow, (Northern Exposure) about his participation the the Powerhouse workshop of Seth Zvi Rosenfeld's drama Handball.

Albany, NY – Joe speaks with Leslie Parke and Serena Kovalosky about this weekend's open studio tours!

Albany, NY – Joe speaks with Joe Cacaci, Jim Frangione, Peter Riegert, and Dan Lauria about this year's Berkshire Playwrights Lab benefit.

Poughkeepsie, NY – Sarah LaDuke speaks with composer/performer, Gabriel Kahane, about his new musical, February House (book by Seth Bockley). The show will be presented as a staged-reading in the Martel Theater in the Vogelstein Center for Drama and Film as part of New York Stage and Film and Vassar College's Powerhouse Theater season July 14-16.

Albany, NY – Sarah speaks with Linda Chesis, Founder and Artistic Director, of the Cooperstown Summer Music Festival about this seaon's offerings.

Albany, NY – Sarah speaks with Tony Simotes and Elizabeth Aspenleider about what's going on and coming up at Shakespeare and Company in Lenox, MA.

Albany, NY – In this week's "Classical Music According to Yehuda" segment, Dr. Alan Chartock and Yehuda Hanani discuss what it takes to run a music series over 20 years.

Albany, NY – ALBANY, NY (WAMC) - (7/08/11 @ 1p.m.) -- WAMC and the New York State Archives Partnership Trust New York Archives Partnership Trust present The Power of Words -- a year-long series of programs that follows American History through some of the most memorable political speeches of our time. On this program, WAMC's Alan Chartock and Dr. Patrick Allitt discuss President Reagan's "Tear Down This Wall" speech in Berlin.

Albany, NY – Joe speaks with Walking the Dog theatre about their production of Sarah Ruhl's Eurydice.

Albany, NY – Joe speaks with Eric Peterson, Natalie Wilder, and Paul Falzone about Oldcastle's impressive history, uncertain future (recent loss of venue), and their current production of Laughter on the 23rd Floor.

Albany, NY – Joe speaks with playwright, comedian, actor, Lewis Black, about his play, One Slight Hitch.

Poughkeepsie, NY – Sarah speaks with Tony Award winning actor, Michael Cerveris, about his career and his work in the new Stephen Sater/Duncan Sheik musical, The Nightingale, staged readings of which will take place this weekend as part of New York Stage and Film and Vassar College's Powehouse Theater season.

Albany, NY – The National Broadway Tour of Mamma Mia is at Proctors in Schenectady this week - Chloe Tucker plays Sophie Sheridan.

Albany, NY – Joe speaks with Tommy Tune who is performing at the Belleayre Music Festival in Highmount, NY on July 9 and at The Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield, MA on August 11.

Albany, NY – Joe speaks with Tim Dugan, Lary Opitz, and Hillary Parker from Saratoga Shakespeare's production of The Merchant of Venice.

Albany, NY – Amy Lane pops back in to Studio A with this week's Book Picks!

Albany, NY – Joe speaks with Donna McKechnie about "My Musical Comedy Life" at The Mahaiwe and Ten Cents a Dance at Williamstown Theatre Festival .

Albany, NY – Joe speaks with Randy Harrison and James Barry about their work in BTF's production of TOMMY.

Albany, NY – Joe speaks with NYC Ballet Master in Chief, Peter Martins, about this summer's ballet season at SPAC in Saratoga.

Albany, NY – In this week's "Classical Music According to Yehuda" segment, Dr. Alan Chartock and Yehuda Hanani continue their discussion about the relationship between madness and artistic genius.

Williamstown, MA – Joe speaks with Maura Tierney (News Radio, ER) about her work in Three Hotels at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.

Poughkeepsie, NY – Mario Cantone plays Canadian Female-Impersonator, Craig Russell, in a new play, Margaret and Craig. The play, written by David Solomon and directed by Sheryl Kaller, is running (as a staged reading) at New York Stage and Film and Vassar College's Powerhouse Theater this weekend.

Williamstown, MA – Joe speaks with Jon Robin Baitz (playwright) and Steven Weber (actor) about Williamstown Theatre Festival's Mainstage season opener, Three Hotels.

Albany, NY – Tempered by Memory is a large scale sculpture created from World Trade Center steal, set to be unveiled in Saratoga Springs on 9/11/11. Sarah speaks with Elizabeth Dubben, Director of Exhibitions at The Arts Center in Saratoga Springs; Noah Savett, one of the sculptors and Pete Mienaltowski, one of the ironworkers who is donating his time in full to help build the sculpture.

Albany, NY – Joe speaks with Patricia Wettig and Ken Olin about Wettig's play, F2m, which can be seen on the Main Stage at Powerhouse June 29-July10.

Albany, NY – This week's Book Picks from Woodstock's The Golden Notebook!

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