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11.05.14
Birders: The Central Park Effect
Amherst Cinema
Documentary on birds and birders in Central Park. Discussion with Geoff LeBaron of the National Audubon Society. Part of series Science on Screen.
11.05.14
Project Screenplay
Mass MoCA
The Williamstown Film Festival presents a live-action game show about the art of the pitch. Hosted by screenwriter Andrew Osborne. In Club B-10.
11.05.14
The Marriage of Figaro
Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
Encore, HD screening of The Met's production of Mozart's classic opera.
11.06.14
Mayda del Valle
Gamble Auditorium, Mt. Holyoke College
Spoken word artist del Valle performs. Preceded by a discussion with del Valle at 4:15 p.m. in Willits-Hallowell, for which preregistration is required.
11.06.14
White Like Me: Race, Racism and White Privilege in America
Jones Library
Documentary screening of film based on the work of anti-racist educator Tim Wise. Followed by a facilitated discussion.
11.06.14
The National Acrobats of the People's Republic of China
UMass Fine Arts Center Concert Hall
Suitable for all ages.
11.06.14 - 12.14.14
Harvey
Majestic Theater
Rand Foerster directs the Majestic's production of Mary Chase's , the classic tale of Elwood P. Dowd's best friend - a 6 foot, 3 inch rabbit.
11.06.14
The Marriage of Figaro
Tower Theaters
A screening of Opera Australia's production of the classic opera by Mozart.
11.07.14
Tony Gilroy: The Art of Suspense
Mass MoCA
A presentation by writer/director Gilroy, whose credits include and .
11.07.14 - 11.16.14
The Yeoman of the Guard
Academy of Music
Valley Light Opera performs Gilbert and Sullivan.
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