Clark Art Broadcasts Production of 'Good'

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — On Sunday, February 11 at 3 pm, the Clark Art Institute broadcasts a recording of C.P. Taylor's play "Good" filmed live at the Harold Pinter Theatre in London. 
 
This event takes place in the Clark's auditorium, located in the Manton Research Center.
 
According to a press release:
 
David Tennant (Doctor Who) makes a much-anticipated return to the West End in a blistering reimagining of one of Britain's most powerful political plays. As the world faces its Second World War, John Halder, a good, intelligent German professor, finds himself pulled into a movement with unthinkable consequences. Olivier Award-winner Dominic Cooke (Follies) directs this timely tale, with a cast that also features Elliot Levey (Coriolanus) and Sharon Small (The Bay).
 
Tickets $18 ($16 members, $14 students, $5 children 15 and under). Advance registration required; capacity is limited. No refunds. Accessible seats available; for information, call 413 458 0524.

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Gaza Resolution Proponents Again Make Their Case to Williamstown Select Board

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
The following story contains a reference to suicide. 
 
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — About a dozen people Monday pleaded with the Select Board to take a stand on behalf of the town in favor of an immediate cease fire in Gaza.
 
Several of the same activists who first brought a resolution to the board two weeks ago were back, filling the meeting room to capacity and sharing impassioned appeals to break with the board's practice of not voting on matters not directly under the board's purview.
 
"We, as members of Berkshire County, are committing this genocide," said a Lee resident who made the trip north to address the board. "We are funding it, and we have the power to stop funding it."
 
Most of those who spoke during the public comment portion of the Select Board's biweekly meeting were Williamstown residents, and all 13 who spoke either from the lectern in the meeting room or via Zoom spoke in favor of adopting the cease fire resolution.
 
At the start of the meeting and again, immediately before public comment began, Chair Jeffrey Johnson explained that since the resolution was not on the meeting's agenda, the three board members in attendance (Johnson, Randal Fippinger and Andrew Hogeland) would not hold a discussion on the question, let alone take a vote. 
 
Johnson also indicated that there could be a change coming to the resolution's language that might broaden its appeal to residents.
 
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