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07.11.14 - 08.17.14
The Bear (of the Berkshires), and The Rembrandt
Vaber Hall
Two comedic one-act performances by the Pythagoras Theatre. See or call (413) 344-3338.
07.12.14 - 07.26.14
Unicorn Theatre
Eric Hill directs the Berkshire Theatre Groups production of Michael Frayn's work, featuring Corinna May, David Adkins, Walton Wilson, and Barbara Sims.
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 for details.
07.17.14 - 08.23.14
Romeo and Juliet
The Mount
Shakespeare and Company production performed at the former home of Edith Wharton. See for ticket and curtain info.
07.18.14 - 08.24.14
Sharazad, A Tale of Love and Magic
Double Edge Theatre
The story of a woman who attempts to transform her world through courage and imagination, using elements of poetry, flying, humor and live music. Rain or shine.
07.19.14 - 08.30.14
Hot Summer Saturdays Movie Matinees
Jones Library
Screening of a film based on a book. Co-sponsored by Captain Video. In the Woodbury Room. Call Jones Library for details.
07.20.14 - 07.23.14
Lawrence of Arabia
Amherst Cinema
07.22.14 - 07.24.14
High Dive
Chester Town Hall
Chester Theatre Company's production of Leslie Ayvazian's one-woman comedy, featuring Jennifer Rohn. See for more info.
The White Rose
Double bill screens , a documentary about Mexican musician Carmelo Muniz Sanchez, plus , about a Mexican village devoted to making guitars.
Marcia & Seymour Simon Performance Space (Jacob's Pillow)
Jazz and modern dance fused under the direction of Jon Lehrer. Part of the Inside/Out Performance series.
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