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10.23.14
Madame Butterfly
Tower Theaters
Performance of Puccini's famous opera, filmed on the syspended water stage at the Handa Opera in Sydney Harbor.
10.24.14
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
Northampton Senior Center
Part of the Center's Fright Film Fest.
10.24.14
The Blood of a Poet
Bangs Community Center
Film by Jean Cocteau. Part of the Surrealist Film Festival.
10.24.14 - 10.25.14
Northern Borders
Memorial Hall
Film featuring Bruce Dern and Genevieve Bujold, based on the Howard Frank Mosher novel. With an appearance by director and Marlboro College professor Jay Craven at the Friday screening. Pre-movie music by Dick Moulding on Friday, and String Theory on Saturday.
10.24.14
Live Art Magazine
Academy of Music
A series of short performances by local and regional writers, poets, musicians, dancers, radio and filmmakers, and other risk-takers.
10.24.14 - 11.01.14
The Taming of the Shrew
Mendenhall Center at Smith College
Guest director Portia Krieger tackle's the inherent misogyny in Shakespeare's classic comedy by featuring an all-female cast in a contemporary setting.
10.25.14
Particle Fever
Mass MoCA
Documentary screened by The Secret Science Club of New York City.
10.25.14
Sinful Thoughts Variety Show
The Platinum Pony
Vaudevillian variety show featuring burlesque performers, contortionists, and more.
10.25.14 - 10.26.14
Stage and Screen
The Colonial Theatre
Presented by Romance, Soul, and Rock 'N Roll. 13th annual show. All proceeds benefit the Colonial Theatre.
10.25.14
Marlon Wayans
Hu Ke Lau
The actor, model, producer, comedian, writer, and film director plays the Lau.
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A Theater of Moxie and Renown
Nobody's Girl resurrects history with a screwball spin.
The Distaff Side, part 2
Our red-faced critic corrects a gender assumption.
New England Landfall
The hurricane that devastated southern Louisiana in 2005 has become a symbol of human folly, injustice...
Stagestruck: The Distaff Side
The region’s stats on women playwrights and directors aren’t pretty.
Overture and Finale
Three summers ago, Kali Quinn brought her one-woman—no, three-woman—show, Overture to...
Weaving a New Myth
It’s a fairy tale (for grownups only) about a traveling circus (down on its luck), “weaving...