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07.03.13 - 12.31.14
Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet
The Ted Shawn Theater
Members from all over the world create an ensemble that is sleek, strong, and daringly athletic. Choreographed by Benoit-Swan Pouffer.
07.16.14 - 12.23.15
Dorrance Dance
Doris Duke Theatre
Featuring award-winning dancer, musician, choreographer and director Michelle Dorrance, who collaborates with b-girl Ephrat "Bounce" Asherie and vocalist Aaron Macellus. See jacobspillow.org for details.
08.11.14 - 12.01.14
Seeking String Musicians
Barre Players Theater
For the upcoming December musical . Contact music director Julie Rawson: julie@mhof.net for more information. Through Dec. 1.
11.03.14 - 01.30.15
Call For Play Submissions
Silverthorne Theater Company
For possible production during Silverthorne's 2015 summer season. See website or email silverthornetheater@gmail.com for details. Through Jan. 30, 2015.
11.06.14 - 12.14.14
Harvey
Majestic Theater
Rand Foerster directs the Majestic's production of Mary Chase's , the classic tale of Elwood P. Dowd's best friend - a 6 foot, 3 inch rabbit.
11.08.14 - 11.29.14
Picture Book Theatre
Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
Therese Brady Donohue directs puppetry productions of Leo Lionni's , and . With music by Karen A. Tarlow, and recorded narration by Jane Yolen.
11.29.14
The Wizard of Oz
Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
75th anniversary screening.
11.29.14
Still Moving
Gateway City Arts
Eclipse Dance Company performs a new work by choreographer Jennifer Gamache-Dubilo.
11.30.14 - 12.02.14
Touch of Evil
Amherst Cinema
Part of Hard-Boiled Film Noir Classics series.
12.02.14
New Play Reading Series: 'I and You'
Hallie Flanagan Studio Theatre
Smith College students read and direct Lauren Gunderson's award-winning play. Part of the New Play Reading Series.
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Slammed
Being a writer is only half the battle in the competitive story slam world.
StageStruck: When Reality Nibbles
The Majestic’s Harvey gives a comic lesson in rational fantasy
Grimly Comic
T he plots that W.S. Gilbert contrived for the comic operas he wrote with Arthur Sullivan often turned...
Stagestruck: An Unforgettable Separation
Wartime love letters trace a couple’s coming of age
Stagestruck: A Curious Constellation
Five College stages offer a concurrent feast of Shakespeare.
A Theater of Moxie and Renown
Nobody's Girl resurrects history with a screwball spin.