The Landline Podcast

The Landline Podcast

Over the last few years a huge art movement has evolved in the Berkshires. Common Folk happens to take part in that movement. Common Folk members Dan O'Connell and Makayla-Courtney McGeeney decided it was time to plant a new seed for the collective and umbrella art movement by producing a podcast. Dan is a writer, audio/sound engineer and musician and Makayla is a journalist, poet and photographer. 

The show, Landline, explores a variety of humans in the immediate geographical area, and how they create music, art, content, scripts for plays, etc. The hosts talk to professionals in the field and folks with interesting tales. 

Pick up your device and dig in to Landline. 

Questions, comments, or want to be interviewed? Email landlinepod@gmail.com.

Thanks for listening! 

Podcast logo designed by Ash Austin

Laura and Lee

Laura and Lee

For the first ever Landline Podcast episode co-hosts Dan and Makayla interview Laura Savia and Lee Overtree. Hundreds of Berkshire County residents take part in the Community Works play that Lee and Laura organize. The guests talk about what community means to them, their experience in the theatre world, and more about being creators! 

For more information on the 2018 Community Works project, "Taiga in the Berkshires," visit the Facebook event.