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PITTSFIELD— Barrington Stage Company will be included in a "CBS Sunday Morning" segment this Sunday[JUNE 28] on how regional theaters around the country are preparing to reopen.

Correspondent Rita Braver talks with Julianne Boyd and Maria Manuela Goyanes, the artistic directors, respectively, of Pittsfield's Barrington Stage Company and, in Washington, D.C. Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company; and with Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Michael R. Jackson, about how they are adjusting to pandemic conditions and trying out new ideas.

"CBS Sunday Morning" airs 9-10:30 a.m. on WRGB-TV, Channel 6, Albany. N.Y., and WSHM, Channel 3, Springfield.

MAC-HAYDN-BROADWAY VETERAN REFLECTS ON CAREER

CHATHAM. N.Y. — Mac-Haydn Theatre's weekly webcast, In the Meantime, is continuing with part two of an interview with Broadway veteran George Dvorsky, last seen on the Mac-Haydn stage as Mr. Mushnik in the 2019 production of "Little Shop of Horrors." After covering his Broadway experiences in the first half of his discussion with Mac-Haydn producing artistic director John Saunders, Dvorsky, in this segment, elaborates on his time at the Mac-Haydn and current endeavors.

The webcast is streaming on Mac-Haydn's YouTube channel — //youtu.be/WJRJBcX-jC8.


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