02.13.13 - 12.11.13 The Negro Soldier Springfield Armory
Part of , a year-long series that gives an educational and entertaining view of 150 years of U.S. history, depicted in feature films and documentaries.
04.26.13 - 05.09.14 Dance Spree Fridays NEA School of Dance
Free Style, all types of music, all ages. On the top floor of the Fitzwillys Building. Visit www.dancespree.org for more information.
05.12.13 - 06.04.13 Manet: Portraying Life Amherst Cinema
An HD art exhibition broadcast from the Royal Academy of Arts in London, devoted to the portraiture of Edouard Manet.
05.23.13 Between Earth and Sky: Celebrating Minimalism Nacul Center
A concert of music and dance by Aurora Dance honors the 50th anniversary of The Hitchcock Center for the Environment, focusing on the preservation and protection of natural resources. Dancer/choreographer Alicia Morton also celebrates her 75th birthday with this event.
05.23.13 - 05.24.13 Audition for Young Adult Actors Barre Players Theater
Barre Players holds auditions for its summer 2013 young adult production of , a musical comedy based of the original Peanuts gang. Ages 14 through 19. For more information visit www.barreplayerstheater.com and download the audition form.
05.25.13 Livin' La Vida Local: In the (413) Mendenhall Center at Smith College
New Century Theatre presents an entertaining lineup of six original tales by local authors, performed as old-time radio theater and hosted Monte Belmonte of WHMP and WSRI/The River. Tickets benefit New Century Theatre summer season fundraiser.
05.31.13 Age of Stupid Frances Crowe Community Room
A devastating look at life in 2055, looking back to now and asking, "Why didn't we stop climate change when we had the chance?"
05.31.13 - 06.09.13 Last of the Red Hot Lovers CityStage
Neil Simon's work produced by the fourteen year-old Panache Theater company, directed by Joh McKemmie.