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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 Fitzwilly's Building. Visit www.dancespree.org for more information.
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.
04.10.14 - 04.19.14
Peter Pan
Rand Theater
A performance of the children's classic, by UMass Theater, directed by Brianna Sloane.
04.16.14 - 04.17.14
Thunderbird at the Next World Theatre
Hallie Flanagan Studio Theatre
In the not too distant future, public gatherings (including theatre) have been banned, supposedly for national security. By Andrea Hairston.
04.17.14 - 06.01.14
Next to Normal
Majestic Theater
Danny Eaton directs the Theater Project's production of Brian Yokey and Tom Kitt's Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical drama about a seemingly typical suburban family. Sunday afternoon matinees.
04.18.14 - 04.26.14
Iphigenia and Other Daughters
Theatre 14
Playwright Ellen McLaughlin revisits the fall of the House of Atreus through a contemporary feminist lens. Tickets are $1 for the first show, on April 18.
04.18.14
Celebrations Dance Company
Smith College Campus Center
Part of Arts for the Earth.
04.18.14
Finding Vivian Maier
Amherst Cinema
04.19.14
Play It UP!
Academy of Music
ACT NOW program to empower kids through movie-making presents benefit screening of , followed by conversation with star Ed Asner and director Bob Peterson.
04.19.14
Hearsay to Heresy: An Evening of Satire, Balladeering and Political Unrest
Norman Rockwell Museum
A one-man, three-act play by poet-author Nathan Smith, which traverses the 19th century and explores humanity's interactions with nature.
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A Moveable Mud Season Feast
T he Royal Frog Ballet (pictured) is a Montague-based “amoeba of collaborators” who are...
There’s A Place for Us
I n fair Verona, where Shakespeare lays his scene, Romeo and Juliet kiss on a balcony while the young...
Ogres and Cheerleaders
W hen straight, responsible Agnes comes across the gaming module left behind by her dead alpha-nerd...
Dark River Journey
Singing an unsung civil rights heroine
To Dream the Impossible
Two shows at Springfield’s Symphony Hall this weekend represent classic points on the entertainment...
Stagestruck: Contrary Cowards
Two quite different plays from the same witty pen