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10.27.14
Childhood (Kindheit)
Amherst Cinema
10.28.14 - 10.29.14
Night of the Living Dead
Tower Theaters
A 3D screening of the 1968 thriller.
10.28.14 - 10.29.14
Halloween
Tower Theaters
A screening of John Carpenter's movie, starring a young Jamie Lee Curtis.
10.28.14
ABCD (Arts Block Contact Dance Jam)
The Arts Block
Hosted by Greenfield Contact Jam. Features improvisational musician Bill Winslow.
10.29.14
Elective Affinities
Herter Hall, UMass
Room 227. Part of the DEFA Film Library's 2014 Artist-in-Residence Program: Seeking Transformation: The Films of Siegfried Kuhn.
10.29.14 - 11.01.14
The Merchant of Venice
Rand Theater
Directed by Shakespeare and Company's Tony Simotes. Half-priced tickets preview night Oct. 25 at 7:30 p.m. Is gold all that glitters?
10.30.14
Traces and The Actress
Yiddish Book Center
Two films featuring the Jewish Kulturbund Theater in Berlin. Part of the DEFA Film Library's 2014 Artist-in-Residence Program, Seeking Transformation: The Films of Siegfried Kuhn.
10.30.14
Rosemary's Baby
The White Rose
In honor of Halloween and Polish Heritage Month, a screening of the 1968 Roman Polanski psychological thriller.
10.30.14
Men Are From Mars, Woman Are From Venus - Live
The Colonial Theatre
One-man fusion of theatre and stand-up starring Peter Story.
10.30.14
Rocky Horror Picture Show
Northampton Senior Center
Costumes encouraged.
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