The students, faculty, and staff of the ’62 Center are excited to welcome the general public to all our performances and events. COVID-19 remains an urgent health concern that requires us to continue preventative policies for the safety of our community. All patrons are required to wear a well-fitted mask and are expected to be fully vaccinated.
All '62 Center staff and performers adhere to the College's vaccination guidelines. At present, our performers will be unmasked. All visiting performers are tested before each performance.
These policies are subject to change at any time. For any questions, please contact us at 413-597-2425 or email [email protected].
The community of the '62 Center recognize the original keepers of the lands on which Williams College resides; this land is the territory of the Mohican Peoples, also known as the People of the Waters That are Never Still, and the Stockbridge-Munsee Community. We pay our respects to the Mohican Peoples, past and present, as well as future generations.
You can download the '22/'23 brochure here.
Visual Art Presentation: Johnisa Swaby: INDIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES
Dance Performance: PACHEDU, (F)All Ensembles
Queering Perspectives Festival: TALAGA, A Performance Lecture Demonstration
Queering Perspectives Festival: THIS SHOW IS AVAILABLE FOR TOURING
Zambezi Dance Party!
Queering Perspectives Festival: YOUR SEXTS ARE SHIT: OLDER BETTER LETTERS
Queering Perspectives Festival: BIGMOUTH STRIKES AGAIN