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Pioneer Valley Theatre News November 15, 2018

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 November 15  - December 5, 2018

The Academy of Music is hiring a Theatre Manager - see below for the full position description and feel free to ask me any questions about it. 

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from Howlround
Who We Harm When Parenting Isn't Considered
by Rachel Spencer Hewitt

From the article: 

We do not make theatre in a vacuum. Artists and employees work within our structures while experiencing the effects of politics, culture, and major life events over time. The concept of work in spite of life events requires the antiquated industrial-revolution philosophy of individuals dropping humanity for mass productivity. The contemporary responsibility of an institution is to support the humanity of its workers as a means to quality of productivity over quantity.

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Music and Lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda
Book by Quiara Alegría Hudes
Conceived by Lin-Manuel Miranda

Directed by Patricia Sandoval
Musical Direction by Ellen Cogen
Choreography by Tiffany Joseph

Set around Fourth of July in the primarily Hispanic neighborhood of Washington Heights in New York City, "In the Heights" tells the universal stories of three generations living in this vibrant community. Their neighborhood is on the brink of change, and the characters sing about their hopes and struggles. These songs tell audiences about the dreams of first-generation college student Nina Rosario; Abuela Claudia, who left her home country of Cuba as a child; Usnavi de la Vega and Daniela, who fight to keep their small businesses open as the neighborhood faces gentrification; and many others. Each character negotiates which traditions are important for them to keep and which ones they should leave behind.

FRI NOV 16 @ 7PM
SAT NOV 17 @ 7PM

In the Leslie Phillips Theater in the Fine & Performing Arts Building of Holyoke Community College (park in LOT F)

Tickets available online and at the door:
$10 General Admission
$8 for Seniors and non-HCC Students
$5 for HCC Faculty, Staff, and Students

This production is made possible, in part, by the support of the Massachusetts International Festival of the Arts. IN THE HEIGHTS is presented through a special arrangement with R & H Theatricals:
Josies Magical Flute w/Laura Patrick, and Not in Charge
November 15 at 7:30 PM
The Shea Theater, Turners Falls, MA
Josie's Magical Flute, special guest Laura Patrick of the Ha-Ha's, and guest troupe Not in Charge perform a variety of fast-paced high-energy short form scenes and games, as well as Josie's signature long form "The Ride."
Josie's is a long form improv troupe comprised of Julie Waggoner, Sally Ekus, and Mandy Anderson. The three women have been playing together since 2016, and perform regularly as part of their short form'ish troupe Not In Charge (NIC) which performs monthly at the Happier Valley Comedy Theater in Hadley, Ma on the third Saturday through Spring '19. 

Julie Waggoner is a Valley comedy veteran who performed standup comedy for 10 years, and then played with the Villa Jidiots for another 10 years. She’s a member of The Majesters Comedy Troupe, a frequent guest performer with The Ha-Ha’s, and a long-time actress with a variety of local plays and play readings. She teaches improv comedy through Happier Valley Comedy (HVC), a local school and comedy organization founded by Pam Victor.

Mandy Anderson is a member of the Happier Valley Comedy HVChampionship Team and also a member of the Majesters Comedy Troupe. Sally Ekus is the producer as well as a cast member of the Happier Family Comedy Show, and both she and Mandy are guest performers with The Ha-Ha’s.

This month’s Friends at the Shea are local troupe Not In Charge, comprised of Jim Young, Kate Jopson, Maddy Benjamin, as well as all three members of Josie's. 

This month's show welcome special guest Laura Patrick of the Valley's long running and wildly popular improv troupe The Ha-Ha's. 

Not In Charge (NIC) is a 6-person improv comedy troupe, playing together since 2016.  The troupe performs fast-paced, high-energy improv scenes and games, and keeps their audiences (and each other) in peals of laughter. They are honored to be performing for the Valley CDC’s Annual Meeting, and promise to deliver fun and frolic!

The troupe features Mandy Anderson, Maddy Benjamin, Sally Ekus, Kate Jopson, Julie Waggoner, and Jim Young.

Not In Charge has performed to sellout or near-capacity audiences at the Happier Valley Comedy Theater in Hadley, and they regularly perform as a guest troupe at the Shea Theater in Turners Falls with the Shea’s house team, Josie’s Magical Flute.

More info.
Ghost Light Theater presents Sex With Strangers by Laura Eason
November 15, 16, 17 at 8:00 PM
Gateway City Arts, 92-114 Race St. Holyoke, MA

How far will you go to get what you want? Will you be the same person if you do? When twentysomething
star sex blogger and memoirist Ethan tracks down his idol, the gifted but obscure
forty-ish novelist Olivia, he finds they each crave what the other possesses. As attraction turns
to sex, and they inch closer to getting what they want, both must confront the dark side of
ambition and the trouble of reinventing oneself when the past is only a click away.

Featuring Susanna Apgar as Olivia and Ethan Blake as Ethan

Directed by Kevin Tracy

*This production is not appropriate for young audiences.*

More information.
St. Michael's Players presents A Christmas Story, The Musical
November 15, 16, 17 at 7:00 PM, November 18 at 2:00 PM
St. Michael's Community Center, 53 Somers Rd, East Longmeadow MA

Based on the classic movie, Young Ralphie tries to scheme his way to his ultimate Christmas gift, a Red Ryder BB gun. Along the way, Ralphie and his family and friends encounter all kinds of obstacles, including bullies, a tongue stuck to a flagpole, a mouth washed out with soap, the infamous leg lamp award, and a Christmas dinner ruined by the Bumpus hounds. Join us as we set the scene for the upcoming Christmas season!

More info.
Premiere Production of Latest Play Written by Majestic’s Producing Director Danny Eaton

“The War and Walt Whipple,” a comedy/drama written by Danny Eaton, makes its debut at West Springfield’s Majestic Theater November 1 – December 9. Eaton is the producing director at the Majestic.

The play, based on events in Eaton’s family history, tells the story of Walt and Alice Whipple, parents to four sons. When World War II erupts, three of the sons immediately join the services, but before shipping out, each marries and sends their wives to the Whipple family homestead for the duration of the war. The arrival of three daughters-in-law, following a lifetime raising sons, challenges Walt on many levels.

I was inspired to write this play because I wanted my children and grandchildren, who are generationally removed, to better understand the life my parents and my grandparents led,” said Eaton. “World War II was a time of common purpose in America, and those families who endured such hardships deserve to be remembered and honored. It was a great experience for me, as one of three survivors of my generation, to look back into my family's history and to bring life to it. My dad was the story teller in the family, and I hope this play not only carries on that tradition, but maybe even inspires a few people to reach back into their own lives.”

The War and Walt Whipple” features several actors who have appeared in previous Majestic plays including J. T. Waite, Sue Dziura, Ron Komora, Tom Dahl, Margaret Streeter and Mark Dean. They join other cast members including Katie Mack, Jami Wilson, Jordan Reed, Chris Rojas, Joshua True and Cliff Blake.

Eaton will direct the play, and set design is by Greg Trochlil. Dawn McKay is costume designer, Dan Rist is lighting designer and Stephen Petit is production stage manager.

Tickets range from $24-$34 and are now available by calling or visiting the box office during its hours of operation, which are Monday through Friday 10am – 5pm and Saturday 10am – 1pm. Subscriptions are still being accepted for the five Season shows.
Ja'Duke Center For The Performing Arts

November 16 and 17 at 7pm & November 18 at 2pm
Greenfield High School, 21 Barr Ave. Greenfield, MA


Purchase tickets online

Ja’Duke’s 2018 season continues with the Franklin County premiere of the mega-hit musical comedy Mamma Mia!, which has been seen by millions of people worldwide and launched two enormously popular movies.  The plot involves a woman who, on the eve of her wedding, attempts to discover the identity of her father by bringing three men from her mother’s past back to an island paradise.  Featuring more than 20 hit songs by pop super-group ABBA, including “Dancing Queen,” “Take a Chance on Me,” “The Name of the Game” and “The Winner Takes It All,” this high-spirited, feel-good international sensation has audiences singing and dancing in the aisles.  Performances of Mamma Mia! are November 16, 17, 18  at the Greenfield High School.  Purchase tickets at the door or online

$12.00 Adults
$10.00 ages 12 and under
$10.00 ages 65 and over


Get ready to say “I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do!” and “GO, GO, GO” to Ja’Duke’s 
Blockbuster Fall Show – MAMMA MIA!!!!
The Drama Studio INC. presents Scapin
11/16- 7:30PM, 11/17 4PM & 7:30PM, 11/18 7:30PM
The Drama Studio 41 Oakland St. Springfield Ma. 01118

A classic comedy by Moliere in the Italian Commedia del Arte style. Octave, the son of Argante, is madly in in love with poor, sweet Hyacinth, and Leander, the son of the tyrannical Geronte, is in love with Zerbinette, a beautiful Romany girl. As neither father will approve their marriages, the young men enlist their servants Scapin and Sylvester to intervene. The crafty Scapin sets about to deceive the two patriarchs out of money needed to provide independence for their sons. In a series of wildly comic scenes, Scapin achieves his goal, but his lies come back to haunt him. Director Steve Hays has set the play in post WWII Italy, circa 1948.


TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE AND NON-EXCHANGEABLE. Online ticket sales close 5 hours prior to the start of the performance.If the event is listed as sold out please contact us as 413-739-1983 for wait list and potential availability. At this time, the facility is not handicap accessible.
Happier Valley Comedy presents Happier FAMILY Comedy Show

November 17 at 3:00 PM
The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art (125 W Bay Rd., Amherst)

Monthly family-friendly improv comedy show, great for 5-12 year olds and their adults. It's funny for the whole family! Saturday, November 17th at 3pm at The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art (125 W Bay Rd., Amherst). Tickets at the door: $10/Adults, $5/Kids, Free/4 yrs and under (Reduced admission for museum members). For more info:
Happier Valley Comedy presents Not In Charge
November 17 at 7:00 PM
Happier Valley Comedy Theater, 1 Mill Rd, Hadley, MA

Join the talented new group Not In Charge for a fast-paced, high-energy short form improv show inspired by the improvisers' life experiences! Saturday, November 17th at 7pm at the new Happier Valley Comedy Theater (1 Mill Valley Rd, Hadley, on rte.9). And stick around after for the 9pm showcase and open improv jam! Tickets: $10 online and at the door. For more info:
The Other Mozart
written, created & performed  by Sylvia Milo

Little Matchstick Factory’s The Other Mozart is the true, forgotten story of Nannerl Mozart, the sister of Amadeus – a prodigy, keyboard virtuoso and composer, who performed throughout Europe with her brother, to equal acclaim, but her work and her story faded away, lost to history. Directed by Isaac Byrne, The Other Mozart is based on facts, stories and lines pulled directly from the Mozart family’s humorous and heartbreaking letters. Actress Sylvia Milo won the New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Solo Performance for this piece.

“Strikingly beautiful” – New York Times
“A gem of a show” – The Stage, London

Show Date/ Time:
Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 8:00 pm
Doors at 7:30 pm

Ticket Prices:
$20 (plus applicable fees)

Where/ How Tickets Can be Purchased: 
Academy of Music Box Office Open Tuesday- Friday 3:00PM-6:00PM
Call: 413-584-9032 ext.105 (Service fees will apply with purchase)

Online Tickets

UMass Amherst Department of Theater presents WHAT OF THE NIGHT
By María Irene Fornés
Directed by Vishnupad Barve
Nov. 29 & 30, Dec. 1, 5, 6, 7, 8 at 7:30 p.m. | Dec. 8 at 2 p.m.
The Curtain Theater

This November, the UMass Department of Theater will honor the legacy of Cuban-born American playwright, María Irene Fornés, with a production of her Pulitzer Prize-finalist play, What of the Night? The collection of these four plays, directed by MFA graduate student in directing Vishupad Barve, spans several generations moving through to a dystopian future and features a family of characters who live on the fringes of society, desperately poor and scrambling to eke out a living under harsh conditions. 
Though the quartet focuses heavily on the violence we enact on each other when our basic needs for survival aren't being met, there's a persistent thread of hope running throughout the work. Fornés' characters strive for more than mere survival, seeking connection and community and challenging the audience to see beyond the signifiers of class to recognize their full humanity.
"Fornés presents some deeply flawed, but authentically human characters in this piece. She depicts their struggles without eliciting pity from us, but rather gives us space to critically examine the world they are navigating. It speaks to the way we treat each other and move through the world," says What of the Night? dramaturg Shaila Schmidt.
María Irene Fornés, who recently passed away, will always be remembered as a visionary force in the American theater who continually pushed the boundaries of creative expression. Her work, often sparse in language and boldly character-driven, has influenced generations of playwrights and artists over the years. Help us celebrate the generous and creative spirit of one of the greatest hearts and minds of the American theater. Come join us for a truly powerful night of theater with What of the Night?, running Nov. 29 — Dec. 8.
$5 students and seniors, $15 general admission, reservations encouraged. Call 1-800-999-UMAS or visit the Fine Arts Center Box Office online.
Smith College Department of Theatre New Play Reading Series presents 


Written and directed by Marty Bongfeldt
Thursday, November 29 at 7:30 PM
Acting Studio 1, Mendenhall Center for the Performing Arts, Smith College

Tali has finally resorted to therapy to figure out how to change her life; but is changing her life at this point really an option? Sometimes figuring out where you are means discovering where you’ve been … all along.

Free and open to the public

Smith College Department of Theatre New Play Reading Series presents 

"I'ma Be My Own Sun" and "Dumb House"

Two One-Acts written and directed by Andrea Hairston

Friday, November 30 at 7:30 PM 
Acting Studio 1, Mendenhall Center for the Performing Arts, Smith College

Free and open to the public.

Shakespeare Stage presents Twelfth Night (Or What You Will)
11/30/18 at 7:30 PM, 12/1/18 @ 7:30PM; 12/2/18 @ 6:30PM
Northampton Center for the Arts at 33 Hawley Street

Shakespeare Stage presents TWELFTH NIGHT (Or What You Will)
Love. Trickery. Mistaken identity. Join us for a classic retelling of one of Shakespeare's greatest comedies. Through laughter, music, and a fair bit of pranking, once again, love conquers all. 
Performed in the Flex Space at the Northampton Center for the Arts at 33 Hawley.
Friday, November 30th at 7:30pm
Saturday, December 1st at 7:30pm
Sunday, December 2nd at 6:30pm
Tickets $15.00 cash or check at the door. 
Email for reservations and more information.

Facebook event.
Amherst College Musical is looking for an actor who identifies as a woman of color for the role of SISTER CHANTELLE for our January/February Interterm Musical, BARE: A Pop Opera. Rehearsals take place Monday through Friday starting January 7th and shows are February 1, 2 & 3 at Amherst College.

Sister Chantelle needs to have a very powerful, gospel-style belt. She must be able to show a compassionate side as well as a no-nonsense side. Range: G3-C5.

Disclaimer: We understand the potential for the writing of Sister Chantelle’s character to perpetuate problematic ideas. Our team is prepared to work with the script to make necessary changes, within reason and in accordance with our licensing agreement. Our production will be sensitive to the issues inherent in her character and we look forward to an open conversation with our cast and creative team about how to avoid harmful tropes.

For information or to schedule an audition, please contact Marina Zambrano,
Request for Proposals to Performing Artists!

O come all ye faithful be part of Eggtooth Productions’ 3rd Holiday Spectacular!
Submissions due by November 15, 2018 to

Eggtooth Productions & Mr Drag and Karl are now taking submissions for participation in the Third Holiday Spectacular on Dec. 14 and 15, 2018.  Performances must be holiday themed.  This can be from any holiday which happens at the end of December including Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanzaa, Winter Solstice, etc.  In fact, we encourage diversity!  Performances will be limited to 5 minutes (1 song) for a musical/dance number and 3-4 minutes for a spoken word/other performance.  Try to keep submissions upbeat (remember we are trying to keep it light and entertaining and holiday feeling for the audience), but we will accept some sentimental holiday numbers.

The concept is simple.  Mr Drag and Karl will be hosting.  The set will look like Mr Drag’s living room.  Everyone will be coming on as guests of Mr Drag and Karl and will be performing at their home just like an old TV holiday special.  He may invite the guests to sit on his couch and chat before or after their number.  There is an opening number being performed by Mr Drag, Karl and the Karl-a-like dancers.  Lori Holmes-Clark will be choreographing. There will be a finale.  Anyone interested in the finale, will have to agree to two rehearsals prior to tech.

If interested, please include your name, contact info a brief description of your performance, limited to 3-5 sentences.  Also, if you are interested in being a part of the finale, being interviewed by Mr Drag or being one of the Karl-a-like dancers please mention that in your submission.

Theater Manager, Academy of Music Theatre

Full Time

Reports to Executive Director

The Academy of Music Theatre, an 803 seat performing arts center, located in beautiful downtown Northampton, Massachusetts, seeks a Theater Manager who will ensure quality customer service and the smooth and effective operation of the theater during productions and other events. This individual is responsible for recruiting, training and supervising customer service staff, including house managers, concessions workers, and volunteers, and also oversees the activities of third-party vendors (e.g., caterers) who participate in supporting productions. The Academy is a fast growing non-profit. Applicants with the following experience and skills preferred:

Front-of-House Responsibilities:

· Provide appropriate house management for all rehearsals, performances and events, including development events

· Oversee all front of house staff and volunteers, including recruitment, hiring, scheduling

· Work closely with backstage staff to ensure a timely start to performances

· Assist Development Committee and Executive Director with development and community events planning

· Ensure that front-of-house staff follow proper procedures as established by the theater’s board and management to maintain guest safety and comfort

· Serve as the point person for handling any situations that arise with guests immediately before, during and immediately after performances.

· Supervise the maintenance and cleaning of public spaces, including the main theater seating area, lavatories, lobby and lounge, heating and cooling systems

· Supervise Box Office

· Arrange building maintenance with Central Services or outside vendors

· Tracking rental charges and fees and providing invoice for renters

Concessions Responsibilities

  • Coordinate concession and merchandise displays in the concession area
  • Manage vendors associated with concessions
  • Maintain concession inventory and reports
  • Apply for permits and licenses associated with concessions and vendor activities (e.g., liquor licenses, raffle permits)

Volunteer responsibilities

  • Recruiting, coordinating and training all front-of-house volunteers, including ticket takers, ushers, hosts, or reception workers
  • Communicating opportunities to existing volunteers
  • Providing proper supervision for volunteers at events at the theater
  • Coordinating any artwork, seasonal decorations or advertisement on display


· Poster displays

· Marquee

· Assist marketing manager with e-newsletter address additions and editing

· Zip code collections

Any other tasks assigned by Executive Director

  • B.A. in related field
  • Strong knowledge of theater, performing arts and film and experience working in theater or a related field
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and responsibilities
  • Customer service skills and experience
  • Ability to manage staff effectively
  • Strong familiarity with computer software, including word-processing, Excel spreadsheets, email, and Webmail. Knowledge of Mailchimp helpful.
  • Physical ability to lift and carry boxes, equipment and supplies up to 30 lbs.
  • Physical ability to be on one’s feet for extended periods of time and to climb stairs to access balcony areas.
  • Ability to work nights and weekends on a flexible schedule as required.
  • Certified in first aid procedures and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) preferred
  • ServSafe or TIPS certification will be required upon employment

How To Apply:
Send cover letter, résumé and three references by December 20th to Executive Director, Debra J’Anthony at or mail to Academy of Music, 274 Main Street, Northampton, MA 01060. No phone calls please.

Apply by:
December 20, 2018
About this Organization:
The Academy of Music Theatre is an 803 seat non-profit performing arts center located in the beautiful college town of Northampton, Massachusetts.
Starlight's Youth Theatre presents Newsies Registration and Choreography Workshop!!!! Grades 7-12
November 17 at 11:30AM
Maple Ridge Community Center 659 Amherst Rd, Sunderland, MA 01375

Starlight's Youth Theatre is doing Disney's Newsies this spring for grades 7-12!!!

Newsies is a dance heavy show and in order to best prepare, we have asked our choreographer to lead a fun but intense dance workshop to help start the process of casting.

Please come in comfortable clothes with sneakers or jazz shoes.

Auditions will be held December 8th 11:30-1 at Maple Ridge. Rehearsals being January 2019. For more information and registration, please visit our website.

Happier Valley Comedy presents Intro To Musical Improv
December 1, January 5, and February 2 at 11:00 AM
Happier Valley Comedy Theater, 1 Mill Rd, Hadley, MA

Introducing Happier Valley Comedy's FIRST Improv Musical Class!
Are you an improviser who wants to expand your skills into the exciting world of musical improv?
Are you a confident singer who wants to learn how to make up songs on the spot?
Are you terrified by the idea of improvised singing on stage?

If any of the above are you, join us for Intro to Musical Improv with instructor Jeff Kimball! We'll explore musical improv from the ground up in a fun and positive environment where every student feels safe taking risks and trying something new.
No matter what your previous musical experience is, you can do musical improv!

Topics include:
Song Structure & Rhyming - How to make your improvised music sound like a real song!
Connecting to Character via Music - How & why does music make us feel all the feels, and how can we use that to do better improv with or without music?
Scene-to-Song - Learning to navigate that moment when your character feels so strongly, they just have to SING!

Over three 3-hour sessions, we'll start with the basic building blocks and build to full organic musical scene work. 
Classes will include skills & activities that you can use to practice and perform, with or without a pianist. 

Prerequisite: Completion of Zen of Improv 3 or 
equivalent long form experience from another comedy school.
Students are expected to attend all three meetings of this class in order to get credit to proceed to the next level of your musical improv studies.
Happier Valley Comedy presents Healing Anxiety Through Laughter
December 1 at 1:30 PM
Happier Valley Comedy Theater, 1 Mill Rd, Hadley, MA

A recent pilot study published in the Journal of Mental Health found that even brief intervention using improv exercises may provide "a strong and efficient treatment for patients with anxiety and depression." This experiential and fun-forward personal growth workshop uses easy-to-learn improv exercises to provide you with an opportunity to learn and practice a new vocabulary to kick to the curb the darn voices of fear, doubt, and judgement inside all of us. Using a series of accessible, non-performance improv exercises, we will sharpen the tools of insight, reframing negative thoughts, disempowering fear, and choosing laughter and play to shift from anxiety towards discovering the positive in everything. All exercises are voluntary and performed in a circle or pairs; participants are never “on stage.” Your facilitators are pros at making sure all people along the introvert-extrovert spectrum feel successful, learn a lot, and have a blast with this THROUGH LAUGHTER workshop. Side effects of participation may include giggles, guffaws, internal delight, joy, and ease. 

No improv (or any other) experience necessary.
Despite what your inner critic may be whispering, YOU CAN DO THIS!
All you have to do is register, show up, and get ready to learn some powerful tools to Heal Anxiety THROUGH LAUGHTER.


Happier Valley Comedy presents Happier Kids Improv Workshop
December 16 at 10:00 AM
Happier Valley Comedy Theater, 1 Mill Rd, Hadley, MA

Calling all kids! Join long-time improviser Kelsey Flynn for a fun-filled one-time improv comedy workshop. 

For kids’ eyes only: We’ll spend the morning playing lots of crazy fun improv games together like Bus Stop, Bunny Bunny, and Hitchhiker. If you don’t know how to play the games, don’t worry! They’re super easy to learn! Whether you’re brand new to improv or have played a bunch of these games already, you are guaranteed to laugh because that’s what improv is all about.

For adults’ eyes only: In recent years, research studies have shown that laughter is known to reduce stress hormones, boost brain power, and increase energy and focus, in addition to being contagious. Using fun and low risk comedy improv games (all suitable for elementary school aged kids), we’ll laugh as well as strengthen self-expression and communication skills.
This morning workshop is appropriate for 8- to 11-year olds.

Prerequisites: Be 8-11 years old. No other experience necessary!

Pioneer Valley Theatre Companies
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Academy of Music Theatre

Arena Civic Theatre

Black Cat Theater

Chester Theatre Company

The Country Players

Eggtooth Productions

Exit 7 Players

Ghost Light Theater

Hampshire Shakespeare Company

Happier Valley Comedy

Ja'Duke Center for the Performing Arts

K and E Theater Group

Ko Theater Works/Ko Festival of Performance

Majestic Theater

New Century Theatre
PaintBox Theatre


Pauline Productions

Real Live Theatre

Red Thread Theater

Serious Play Theatre Ensemble

Silverthorne Theater

Smith College Department of Theatre

St. Michael's Players

Starlight's Youth Theatre, Inc.


Turbulent Times Theater

Valley Light Opera

Westfield Theatre Group

Wilbraham United Players
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