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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.
09.11.14 - 10.19.14
The Last Romance
Majestic Theater
The Majestic kicks off its 18th season with a production by Joe DiPietro. See majestictheater.com for curtain info.
09.25.14 - 10.01.14
The Last Romance
Majestic Theater
The Majestic begins its 18th season with a production by Joe DiPietro.
09.28.14 - 09.30.14
It Happened One Night
Amherst Cinema
Frank Capra comedy. Part of The Strong Women Comedy Film Series.
09.30.14
The Vote
Seelye Hall, Smith College
Film by Pankaj Rishi Kumar on democracy in India. Room 201. Discussion follows with filmmaker.
09.30.14
Wisconsin Rising
Graham Auditorium, Hillyer Hall
Documentary by Sam Mayfield on labor conflict in Wisconsin.
09.30.14
The Art of the Geisha
Fine Arts Center Concert Hall
See fineartscenter.com for more information.
09.30.14
The Secret History of Love
John M. Greene Hall, Smith College
Sean Dorsey Dance performs a work that examines the underground ways in which LGBT people managed to survive and find love in decades past.
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