You may have noticed some new voices here at Nippertown.com this week. In an ongoing effort to provide readers with expanded arts coverage, more depth and a wider variety of opinion, we are thrilled to welcome two new partners to our
Nippertown Multi-National Media Empire Little Arts Site That Could:
Gail Burns of GailSez has long been the go-to online source for all things theater – reviews, previews, listings and auditions – throughout the Capital Region, western Massachusetts and southwestern Vermont. Gail is also a longtime booster of community theater, and her family owns and operates the Starlight Stage Youth Theatre in Williamstown.
Larry Murray relocated to North Adams from Boston in 2000. After a stint writing for Berkshire Fine Arts, he started up Berkshire On Stage about a year ago. You can read his comprehensive dialogue with Charles Giuliano of Berkshire Fine Arts touching on everything from anecdotes about Sarah Caldwell to the art of being a critic and the promise of social networking:
Part 1: On and Off Broadway
Part 2: Recalling Boston’s Legendary Sarah Caldwell and E. Virginia Williams
Part 3: Murray’s transition from PR and Marketing to Berkshire on Stage
Part 4: Separating the Personal and the Objective
Part 5: Blogs and Social Networking
Part 6: Media Impact of Social Networking
Part 7: It’s a Wrap!