Radio Show #141 – The Somers Village Players present “A Mother, A Daughter, and a Gun”

The Somers Village Players bring you another evening of food, drink, laughter, shock, surprise and tears!

It’s the unique play, “A Mother A Daughter, and a Gun.”

Jess is having a bad day. She has discovered that she is pregnant and that her husband is cheating on her, so she has bought a gun to kill him, but is interrupted by her mother, Beatrice, who arrives to help with a party Jess has forgotten about, and to which she has invited a handful of strangers!

Director Christine Zdebski joins Brad Shepard for a closer look at this chaotic night in the theater!

Kathleen Delaney – Director, Choreographer, Performer – West Side Story

WEST SIDE STORY comes to Springfield.
The masterpiece of American musical theater, rarely presented in Western Mass is about to open for a six performance run
Brad Shepard welcomes special guest, director, choreographer, performer, Kathleen Delaney.

Brian Lapis

Brian Lapis steps out of his role as meteorologist, and into the performing shoes of “Fred Kelley” the MC of The Big Broadcast at Mount Holyoke College In South Hadley!

Kathleen Delaney

Dance teacher, choreographer, director, actress, singer, restaurateur Kathleen Delaney talks with Brad about a special production at Palmer High School. ALMOST PERFECT. And supports young people’s introduction to the arts.

Kimberly Wheeler’s journey to save the Agawam Family Cinema

Hear the amazing story of one woman’s journey to save the Agawam Family Cinema!
It’s coming back and all due to Kimberly Wheeler!

Noelle Serafino, Passport Holyoke

Passport Holyoke’s Noelle Serafinio interviewed by Brad Shepard. Passport Holyoke is a non-profit dedicated to championing the city and pointing out its finer points and activities. Now and through Valentine’s Day, they are asking for people to take photos of Holyoke-related things for social media posting under the hook of, “I love Holyoke.”

Jeffrey Flood, Director of the Exit 7 players

Tickets are still available for the New Short Play Contest!
February 20-22, 2015

The eight dramas and eight comedies will be presented on two semifinal nights—Friday, February 20 and Saturday, February 21, 2015. The semifinal audiences vote to advance 2 dramas and 2 comedies per night to the finals on Sunday, February 22. After watching our 4 drama and 4 comedy finalists, Sunday’s audience will then select a winning play in each category. The winning playwrights each receive a cash prize of $150.