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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.
11.03.14 - 01.30.15
Call For Play Submissions
Silverthorne Theater Company
For possible production during Silverthorne's 2015 summer season. See website or email silverthornetheater@gmail.com for details. Through Jan. 30, 2015.
11.03.14 - 11.24.14
Bolshoi Ballet
Amherst Cinema
An HD screening of a live performance.
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.
11.08.14 - 11.29.14
Picture Book Theatre
Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
Therese Brady Donohue directs puppetry productions of Leo Lionni's , and . With music by Karen A. Tarlow, and recorded narration by Jane Yolen.
11.13.14 - 11.22.14
When the Rain Stops Falling
Leslie Phillips Theater
Tim Cochran directs HCC's production of Andrew Bovell's .
11.13.14 - 11.22.14
A New Brain
Curtain Theater
Musical by William Finn and James Lapine.
11.14.14 - 11.23.14
Once on This Island
Bay Path College
A contemporary, musical retelling of , with a Caribbean twist. Suitable for children ages 10 and up, and free for all students.
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Slammed
Being a writer is only half the battle in the competitive story slam world.
StageStruck: When Reality Nibbles
The Majestic’s Harvey gives a comic lesson in rational fantasy
Grimly Comic
T he plots that W.S. Gilbert contrived for the comic operas he wrote with Arthur Sullivan often turned...
Stagestruck: An Unforgettable Separation
Wartime love letters trace a couple’s coming of age
Stagestruck: A Curious Constellation
Five College stages offer a concurrent feast of Shakespeare.
A Theater of Moxie and Renown
Nobody's Girl resurrects history with a screwball spin.