Barrington Stage Company’s Production of Eulogies

Barrington Stage shares William Finn’s Production of Eulogies in this lively interview with two lead actress’ as they discuss theater life, the production and Tony Award Winner, William Finn.

Guest(s) included: Sandy Binion, and Julieanne Boyd, Managing Director of Barrington Stage Company.

Making It Here Part II

The second of an on-going series introducing Jane Iredale, President and Founder of Iredale Mineral Cosmetics. Jane discusses her motivation and plan to change her career from an Emmy Award Winning Writer to the creation of a successful cosmetic company. This interview takes listeners on a journey from life challenges to personal success.

The New Yorker 80 Year’s in the Vanguard

The Norman Rockwell Museum host’s a unique, rarely offered exhibit of New Yorker Magazine Covers. Artists Mark Rosenthal and Peter de Sevé discuss their experiences as artists featured on the cover of the New Yorker as well as a look into the history of illustrator’s past and present.

Guest(s) included: Stephanie Plunkett, Co-curator of the New Yorker and illustrators; Marc Rosenthal and Peter de Seve.

Making It Here

First of an ongoing series featuring creative, visionary individuals who have chosen to make their home and run their businesses in the Berkshires, leaving their former lives behind to uproot and start something totally new.

Guest(s) included: JD Logan, Contemporary Folk Artist and Michael Wainwright of Michael Wainwright Pottery.

Berkshire Theater Festival

The summer line-up for The Berkshire Theater Festival as well as a sneak peak into the educational apprentice program offered by the theater to students around the world.

Guest(s) included: Grey Simon, Managing Director of Education and three apprentices.

Foul Ball

Writer and ex-Yankee ball player Jim Bouton shares his life experiences and research with special guest co-host Chris Mastrianni in this compelling interview regarding life, baseball and the under workings of Corporate America in small town Massachusetts.

Mahaiwe Presents

The newly restored, historic Mahaiwe Theater re-open’s it door’s for a season of theater, dance, music and fun. After several years of restorations and millions of dollars the beautiful Mahawie Theater in downtown Great Barrington, MA begins it season. Guests discuss the line-up for the season as well as the steps to restoring and re-opening a historic landmark.

Guest(s) included: Jonathan Secor, Artistic Director and Beryl Jolle, Managing Director of the Mahaiwe Theater Project.

Summer Travel

Haven’t made your summer travel plans yet? Have no fears. Tune in as Carolyn NeJaime-Jeffrey, from NeJaime’s Capital VIP Travel Agency in Stockbridge, MA, joins Jan and gives invaluable advice for summer travel. Did you think that the Caribbean was too hot past winter? Think again. It’s also more affordable in the summer months. Learn about planning your fantasy vacation and the benefits of using a travel agent as opposed to planning your vacation solo. Get the inside on where to go this summer as Jan and Carolyn inform their listeners.

Guest(s) included: Carolyn NeJaime-Jeffrey.