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04.25.14 - 04.27.14
A Raisin in the Sun
American International College
A production of Lorraine Hansberry's novel, put on by students from the AIC Theater Arts program.
04.25.14 - 05.04.14
Hell and High Water
Shea Theater
Arena Civic Theatre presents director Robert Freedman's drama about Hurricane Katrina. For mature audiences only. See for more information. With a discussion on climate change following the April 27 matinee.
School's Out: Lessons from a Forest Kindergarten
Forbes Library
Hartsbrook School screens this film about the importance of self-directed outdoor play.
A Little Ramble: Robert Walser
Flying Object
Four monologues by Walser are performed by Ben Hersey and Jacob Otting.
Cosi Fan Tutte
Memorial Hall
A showing of The Met's performance of Mozart's opera, shown live in HD.
Cosi Fan Tutte
Latchis Theatre
Performance by the Metropolitan Opera, shown live in HD.
Cosi fan tutte
Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
A showing of the Met Opera's performance, live in HD.
Queen Morem
Rooke Theatre
In this African folk opera, Five College students and African master musicians portray the story of a 12th-century Yoruba queen who sacrifices her son to save her people.
David Neumann: Solo Works
Mass MoCA
An evening of solo performances by the interdisciplinary choreographer.
Water Dances
Northfield Mountain's Riverview Picnic Area Pavilion
Sound and light ceremony with Phyllis Labanowski and Ricardo Frota.
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