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10.30.14
Not So Silent Cinema
Bing Arts Center
Brendan Cooney and his ensemble perform live during a screening of the classic 1920 expressionist horror film .
10.30.14 - 11.02.14
The Normal Heart
Green House Theatre
The Theatre Guild of Hampden performs the play by Larry Kramer. Mature theme.
10.30.14 - 11.01.14
Cymbeline
Holden Theater, Amherst College
Ron Bashford directs Morgan Brown's production of Cymberline, the romance Shakespeare wrote around 1610. Reservations recommended.
10.31.14
Vampyr
Bangs Community Center
Film by Carl Dreyer. Part of the Surrealist Film Festival.
10.31.14
Psycho
Northampton Senior Center
Part of the Center's Fright Film Fest.
11.01.14
Journey of the Universe
Forbes Library
The epic story of the cosmic, earth, and human transformation over the past 14 million years.
11.01.14
Spooky Stories Near and Far
Historic Northampton
An evening of traditional ghost stories, told by Mokoto and Rona Leventhal.
11.01.14 - 11.16.14
In Darfur
Shakespeare & Company
This fall's WAM (Women's Action Movement) Theatre production is the New England premiere of Winter Miller's play . In the Elayne P. Bernstein Center.
11.01.14
Carmen
Memorial Hall
HD screening of The Met's performance of Bizet's opera .
11.01.14
Carmen
Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
Live, HD broadcast of Richard Eyre's production of Bizet's opera. With a pre-broadcast lecture by Scott Eyerly at 11 a.m.
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