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Princess Ivona Plays Theatre Row in NYC

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Williams students took “Princess Ivona” on the road to New York City’s iconic Theatre Row for a limited run in January.

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Darlingside’s “Birds Say”

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Darlingside — Don Mitchell ’06, Auyon Mukharji ’07, Harris Paseltine ’09 and David Senft ’07 — have a new album out. Check them out on NPR’s World Cafe.

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Thomas Krens ’69 and the Cultural Corridor

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Thomas Krens ’69 has a vision for North Adams — to turn it into a cultural mecca that attract visitors to the Berkshires.

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Zachary Wadsworth’s Battle-Flags

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Zachary Wadsworth, assistant professor of music, earned a rave review for his new composition “Battle-Flags,” which was recently performed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

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Jim Shepard on “The Book of Aron”

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English Professor Jim Shepard spoke to Aspen Public Radio recently about his novel “The Book of Aron.”

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Good Girls Revolt

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Art Professor and film director Liza Johnson ’92 is part of the creative team behind an Amazon Prime pilot hoping to be picked up.

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Barbara Takenaga’s Nebraska

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Art Professor Barbara Takenaga’s new work of unprecedented scale on a 100-foot wall in the Hunter Lobby at MASS MoCA suggests blooming crops, a snowy blizzard or a star-filled sky.

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Laylah Ali: The Acephalous Series

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Artist Laylah Ali, who also teaches art at Williams, has a new exhibition at Paul Kasmin Gallery on Tenth Avenue in NYC. It’s reviewed here in Time Out New York.

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The Wassaic Project

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Co-Directed by Eve Biddle ’04, Bowie Zunino ’04, and Jeff Barnett-Winsby, the Wassaic Project programs music, art, dance, and film.

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Bibliotecaphilia at MASS MoCA

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This exhibition is the brainchild of Allie Foradas, MA ’15.

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