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11.08.14
Bon Appetit Burlesque's Spanksgiving III
The Deuce
In the annual Spanksgiving show, Bon Appetit Burlesque brings fetish-themed neo-burlesque acts celebrating woman-friendly, body-positive sexuality.
11.08.14
Brian Barganier's Variety Show
The Platinum Pony
21-plus.
11.08.14
New Play Reading Series
Hallie Flanagan Studio Theatre
“Forgive Us Our Trespasses” by Jeffrey Stingerstein, directed by Jesse Kane-Hartnett.
11.08.14
Scripted/Unscripted
The Arts Block
A half-scripted, half-improvised performance produced by The Happier Valley Comedy Show.
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.
11.09.14 - 11.11.14
Out of the Past
Amherst Cinema
Part of Hard-Boiled Film Noir Classics series.
11.09.14
Letters Home
The Colonial Theatre
Based on actual letters written by soldiers serving in the Middle East. Based on the op-ed "The Things They Wrote," and the subsequent HBO documentary .
11.09.14
Carmen
Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
An HD screening of The Met's production of Bizet's .
11.10.14
What is Philanthropy?
Bay Path College
Documentary film screening followed by a discussion with director and producer Sal Alaimo.
11.11.14
Carmen
Latchis Theatre
An HD screening of The Met's production of Bizet's .
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