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Pioneer Valley Theatre News February 7, 2019

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 February 7 - 27, 2019

If you were planning to come to the Future of the Performing Arts event this weekend, please note that it has been postponed. Mark your calendars for March 31: 2-4pm at Flywheel. If you have thoughts or questions or suggestions, feel free to send those my way. 

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from Howlround
The Necessity of Including Youth in the Development of Theatre for Young Audiences
by Jennifer Kokai

From the article: 

Although the landscape of plays for youth is still mired in overly didactic, creatively uninspired, or simplistic plays, it continues to evolve to include a greater diversity of voices and artistically challenging work. That said, most plays for young people are created by adults for children. Writers admirably speak about wanting to reflect children’s concerns and perspectives onstage, representing diversity in all its forms. However, as adults, they generally write at a remove. I believe theatre for young audiences (TYA), both professional and educational, should decenter adults and actively involve children throughout the creation, writing, and dramaturgical refinement. Doing so will result in much better and braver work.  

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West Springfield's Majestic Theater  presents “The Mountaintop,” a historical drama by Katori Hall
February 7 - 10

The play is set entirely in Room 306 of the Lorraine Motel, now the National Civil Rights Museum, in Memphis, Tennessee. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., having just delivered his “I've Been to the Mountaintop” speech on behalf of the sanitation workers of Memphis, retires to the motel to prepare for another long day of campaigning. Here he encounters Camae, a beautiful maid. After some initial superficial exchanges, the pair begin a deep discussion about Dr. King's hopes and fears. “The Mountaintop” offers audiences a different side of Martin Luther King, Jr.; a man who despite his flaws remains an inspiration.

According to the Majestic's Producing Director Danny Eaton, “Toward the end of the play, Dr. King says, 'I am just a man. I am just a man.' He adds that all he wanted was to be a minister at a small church, and he wonders who will carry the baton after he's gone. Katori Hall has gifted us with a remarkable portrait of both the man as well as the icon. And, of course, the message is as relevant today as it ever was.”

The Mountaintop” premiered in London where it won several theater awards and critical acclaim prior to its Broadway run in 2011. It has since been produced in leading American cities including Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago and Palo Alto, in addition to being staged in South Africa, New Zealand and the Netherlands.

Jamil Mangan will portray Dr. King, and Lynnette R. Freeman will play Camae. Gilbert McCauley will direct the play, with Eaton serving as producing director. Set designer is Josiah Durham, and Dawn McKay is costume designer. Dan Rist is lighting designer and Stephen Petit is production stage manager.

Tickets for these shows 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.
Exit 7 Players presents You Can’t Take It With You
Feb 8-17, Friday and Saturdays at 8pm, Sunday’s at 2pm
Exit 7 Theater, 37 Chestnut St, Ludlow, MA 01056

At first the Sycamores seem mad, but it is not long before we realize that if they are mad, the rest of the world is madder. In contrast to these delightful people are the unhappy Kirbys. The plot shows how Tony, attractive young son of the Kirbys, falls in love with Alice Sycamore and brings his parents to dine at the Sycamore home on the wrong evening. The shock sustained by the Kirbys, who are invited to eat cheap food, shows Alice that marriage with Tony is out of the question. The Sycamores, however, though sympathetic to Alice, find it hard to realize her point of view. Meantime, Tony, who knows the Sycamores are right and his own people wrong, will not give her up, and in the end Mr. Kirby is converted to the happy madness of the Sycamores, particularly since he happens in during a visit by an ex-Grand Duchess, earning her living as a waitress. No mention has as yet been made of the strange activities of certain members of the household engaged in the manufacture of fireworks; nor of the printing press set up in the parlor; nor of Rheba the maid and her friend Donald; nor of Grandpa's interview with the tax collector when he tells him he doesn't believe in the income tax.
One of the most popular and successful plays of modern times.

We will have two ASL interpreted shows during this production: Sunday, February 10 and Friday, February 15. Purchase tickets in Section 1 if you need to see the interpreters.

Tickets On sale Now!

Cast List:
Penelope Sycamore - Terry Adams
Essie - Mo DuBois
Rheba - Sam Fett
Paul Sycamore - Joe Lessard
Mr. De Pinna - Bruce Torrey
Ed - Beau McGregor
Donald - Ben Cantwell
Martin Vanderhof/Grandpa - Leon Jerfita and Deb Jacobson
Alice - Krystle Bernier
Henderson - Regina Erpenbeck
Tony Kirby - Johnny Gordon
Bolus Kolenkhov - Lindsay Holmes
Gay Wellington - Victoria DeCosmo
Mr. Kirby - Jim Reilly
Mrs. Kirby - Nancy Colby
G-Men - Amanda Seymour, Hannah Zaitz
Olga - Court Lyons

Directed by Chris McKenzie Willenbrock
Happier Valley Comedy presents The Ha-Ha's & Friends: Improvapella!
February 9 at 7:00 PM
Happier Valley Comedy Theater, 1 Mill Rd, Hadley, MA

Longtime local favorites The Ha-Ha's perform a completely improvised comedy show with a special guest - this month we welcome Improvapella from Catalyst Comedy in Boston! Saturday, February 9th 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: $13 online and at the door. For more info:
Phallacies at the Northampton Center for the Arts
Saturday, February 9
7:00 PM
Northampton Center for the Arts
33 Hawley St, Northampton, MA

Announcing the very first Northampton community performance of this award-winning program! Please join us as we will explore issues of masculinity and race, relationships, violence, body image, allyship, pornography, and friendships. A community dialogue will follow the performance.

More information.
Serious Play presents ON THE EXHALE by Martin Zimmerman
Performed by Serious Play alumna, Elizabeth Solomon
Directed by Sheryl Stoodley, Artistic Director

*Post Show Discussion: following Sunday Feb 10, 2:30 staged reading
led by Boston University Dept. of Medicine’s Dr. Bindu Kalesan

Sunday Matinee, February 10, at 2:30pm (*with post show discussion)
and Monday February 11 at 7:30pm

Location: A.P.E. Gallery, 126 Main Street, Northampton, MA
Tickets: $20 General, $18 Students / $24 at the door
Performances for 14 yrs.& up
Available starting Jan 11 at
Reservations are encouraged due to limited seating
Box Office opens half hour before staged reading at A.P.E Gallery

Contact: Sheryl Stoodley for more information
Call (413) 588-7439 or email

About the Play: After a devastating school shooting, a mother develops an obsession that begins to take over her entire existence.
“A startlingly original, and visceral examination of American gun violence.” NY Times)
Play written in response to the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, CT.

There have been 1,300 school shooting incidents in USA since 1970.
 In 2018, there were 82 school shooting incidents in the USA, the highest there have
ever been since 1970.
2018 was the highest year for the number of victims killed, including the shooter,
with 51 killed. --- Facts from Center for Homeland Defense & Security

Elizabeth Solomon is a writer, creator, business owner, living in Florence MA, who performed with Serious Play Theatre Ensemble in the early years when Serious Play was first part of the A.P.E Artist Associates on the third floor art space of Thornes Marketplace with Gordon Thorne & Lisa Thompson. Not only did her time in the Serious Play Ensemble transform her adolescence, but it shaped the trajectory of her life. Driven by a lifelong interest in systems, psychology and communication, Elizabeth has put storytelling and human connection at the foundation of her career. Serious Play welcomes her back to share this important staged reading with our Valley community.

Dr.Bindu Kalesan, MPH, PhD/ Post Show Discussion Leader is a clinical epidemiologist and a biostatistician at Boston University School of Medicine. Dr. Kalesan is interested in clinical and health outcomes research. Her work primarily explores cardiovascular and other long-term consequences in patients undergoing treatment for cardiac diseases, cancer, infectious and trauma. She also focuses on public health consequences of firearm violence in the US and the short- and long-term effects of firearm injury survivorship. Currently she is a faculty and the Director of Center for Clinical Translational Epidemiology and Comparative Effectiveness Research, department of Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine. Dr. Kalesan received her PhD in clinical epidemiology and biostatistics from University of Bern, master’s degree in public health and another in epidemiology from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Christian Medical College, India.

*Serious Play Artistic Director and Managing Director will join Dr. Bindu Kalesan and Bill
Newman on WHMP’s Bill Newman Show, this Jan 31, 9am, to discuss the issue of gun violence and survivorship in America and the play.

Serious Play Theatre Ensemble works toward reshaping society’s conversation on prominent social issues through the art of ensemble theatre.
Join Serious Play for this staged reading and the important Sunday Feb 10, post-show discussion
Smith College Department of Theatre New Play Reading Series presents Coming of Age
By Ellen W. Kaplan, directed by Hannah Simms
Thursday, February 14 at 7:30 p.m. in Acting Studio 1

Free and open to the public.
Arena Civic Theatre presents Love Letters by A.R. Gurney
February 16 at 2:00 PM and 6:00 PM
Church of Saints James and Andrew, 8 Church St. Greenfield MA

Arena Civic Theatre is excited to announce a special Valentine’s Day production of Love Letters by A. R. Gurney.  Through the reading of thank-notes, post cards, Christmas cards, and other correspondence, Love Letters tells the bittersweet story of a pair of childhood friends who remain connected over time and distance. As they share with each other their hopes, dreams, and many life changes, there is humor, jealousy, frustration, and, of course, romance.  

Performances will take place on Saturday Feb. 16th at 2pm and 6pm at the Church of Saints. James and Andrew, 8 Church St. in Greenfield.  All tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the door, or reserved in advance by calling or texting 413-233-4368.  Light refreshments will be available for purchase. 

ACT’s presentation of this well-loved 1989 play features 2 local couples in the roles of Melissa and Andrew; Dee Herrera and Dominic Baird in the 2pm performance, and Sue and Marvin Shedd at 6pm.  Directed and Produced by Jennifer Goselin and Maggie Duprey. 

Arena Civic Theatre is a non-profit organization committed to producing quality community theater.  We look forward to celebrating our 50th Anniversary in 2020!

Happier Valley Comedy presents The Happier Family Comedy Show
February 16 at 3:00 PM
Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, 125 W Bay Rd, Amherst, MA

Monthly family-friendly improv comedy show, great for 5-12 year olds and their adults. It's funny for the whole family! Saturday, February 16th 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:
Sunderland Public Library presents Sunderland Short Stories -- Stories Celebrating Black History Month
February 16 at 3:00 PM
Sunderland Public Library

The Sunderland Public Library continues its popular Short Story Series, this time celebrating the work of two African-American authors.  Lia Russell-Self will perform "One Friday Morning," by Langston Hughes, and Nicole M. Young will perform "Kiswana Browne," by Gloria Naylor.  Free and open to the public.  

This event, celebrating Black History Month, is sponsored by a grant from the Sunderland Cultural Council and by the Friends of the Sunderland Public Library.

Happier Valley Comedy presents Happier Valley Comedy Presents: Not In Charge
February 16 at 7:00 PM
Happier Valley Comedy Theater, 1 Mill Rd, Hadley, MA

Join the talented group Not In Charge for a polished, fast-paced improv show inspired by the improvisers' real life stories! Saturday, February 16th 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:
UMass Amherst Theater presents WILD THING
By Luis Vélez de Guevara, translated by Harley Erdman 
Directed by Gina Kaufmann
Feb. 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23 at 7:30 p.m. | Feb. 23 at 2 p.m.
School Matinee Feb. 15 at 10 a.m. 
The Rand Theater

Sword fights, slapstick, over-the-top revenge, and a main character who defies the gender conventions of 400 years ago AND nowadays — Wild Thing is a wild ride of a play. 
Running at UMass Theater's Rand Theater in the Fine Arts Center from Feb. 14-23, Wild Thing introduces audiences to Gila, a fiercely transgressive protagonist who considers herself both a daughter and a man. At first, things are well: Gila is much admired and loved in the small village where she grew up. She's a great hunter, enjoys a good swordfight, and has a crush on Queen Isabel. 
Eventually, however, 17th century society demands feminity and marriage, and the men Gila encounters are willing to go to violent lengths to enforce  obedience — which is when the play shifts into overdrive to follow Gila as she exacts her revenge upon the world.

Wild Thing was translated by Harley Erdman from Luis Vélez de Guevara’s La Serrana de la Vera. This compellingly theatrical production has been accepted to the Chamizal International “Siglo” Festival of Spanish Classical Theatre, to take place in El Paso, Texas in April 2019. It marks a triumphant return to the festival for UMass Theater, which presented Marta the Divine there eight years ago to considerable acclaim. 
Erdman is a nationally-recognized translator and adaptor of works by Spanish-language playwrights from the 1600s, finding plays that have never been performed in English, often with female characters who break expected gender norms, which brings us back to Gila. Past generations may not have used the same language to talk about members of the non-binary and trans community as we do today, but Gila elicited a shock of recognition among the non-binary actors who auditioned for the role. It is rare enough to see onstage a character who doesn't fit neatly into the gender categories in our society, they told Theater chair and Wild Thing director Gina Kaufmann, but to find such a character cutting a swath through the Spanish countryside in the late Renaissance was a revelation.
Wild Thing, seemingly centuries ahead of its time, challenges even modern ideas of gender that exist in today’s society and makes for riveting theater. Join us in the Rand this February.

Due to the themes and language in our production including references to sexual violence and a high body count, we recommend this show for audiences members over 14 years old.
$5 students and seniors, $15 general admission, reservations encouraged. Call 1-800-999-UMAS or visit the Fine Arts Center Box Office online.
The Happier Valley World Open Cup Grand Prix Series Derby Bowl Championship!
February 23 at 7:00 PM
Happier Valley Comedy Theater, 1 Mill Rd, Hadley, MA

In this competitive comedy show, two teams of improvisers face off through scenes and games to see who can win the ultimate prize: an old trophy we found in someone's attic. Saturday, February 23rd 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: $13 online and at the door. For more info:
Smith College Department of Theatre presents THE MOORS by Jen Silverman
directed by Isabelle Brown
February 22, 23, 28, March 1, 2 at 7:30 PM
Hallie Flanagan Studio Theatre

Two sisters and a dog live out their lives on the bleak English moors, dreaming of love and power. The arrival of a hapless governess and a moor-hen set all three on a strange and dangerous path. The Moors is a dark comedy about love, desperation, and visibility.

Tickets available online or by calling the box office at 413-585-3220.
Future of the Performing Arts in Easthampton
Sunday, March 31, 2-4PM
Flywheel Arts, Easthampton Old Town Hall
43 Main Street, Easthampton

Performing arts organizations, organizational leaders, performers, musicians, artists, and interested community members are invited to attend a convening on the Future of Performing Arts in Easthampton II.

Join CitySpace and performing arts stakeholders for a tour of the Old Town Hall and presentation and discussion about the next steps for the Old Town Hall’s 2nd floor performing arts and community space. We are looking for your feedback on the vision and facility plan, and how CitySpace’s next steps fits into the performing arts eco-system of Easthampton and the Pioneer Valley.

While you are in Easthampton, come check out two city-wide events — come early for Easthampton WinterFest: City-Wide Festival and stick around for Art Walk Easthampton!

This convening is presented in partnership with CitySpace, Pioneer Valley Theatre News, Flywheel Arts Collective, and others. The Future of Performing Arts in Easthampton II is a follow-up and outcome from the 2013 charette that mobilized CitySpace to restore and manage the 2nd floor space into a flexible performing arts and community space. Since then CitySpace has been actively creating the strategies for the next steps including finalizing architectural construction design, and cost estimates with Kuhn Riddle Architects.

The Future of Performing Arts in Easthampton II is free and open to the public.
Facebook event. 
Silverthorne Theater presents Auditions for TALES OF THE LOST FORMICANS, by Constance Congdon 
Director: Yagil Eliraz 
Performance dates: 4/25, 26, 27, 28, 5/2, 3, 4

Friday, February 15     7-9 pm
Saturday, February 16    1-4 pm
Call-backs Sunday, February 17    1-4 pm
Theater Department, Amherst College

To schedule an audition slot, call 413-768-7514, or write
• Auditioners should prepare a one to two minute monologue 
• Please bring a current resume and headshot, or send electronically to when making your appointment
• Equity & non-Equity; all roles paid 
• All types & ethnicities welcome

Cathy McKissick, female, 30s-ish; divorced and returning to her Midwest roots to find her parents not aging well
Eric (her son or daughter), 15-ish – male or female; furious to be torn away from his/her life in the Big City
Jim McKissick (her father) - male, 50s-ish; confused, showing signs of early Alzheimer’s disease
Evelyn McKissick (her mother) - female, 50s-ish  tries to deny the changes she sees in her husband’s behavior
Judy - female, 30s-ish; Cathy’s best friend, deep in her own marital troubles
Jerry - male, 30s-ish; quirky but with kind intentions
Actor #7 - male OR female, (same as with Eric); 40s-ish, plays various roles
All actors will play Aliens from time to time
More information.
Silverthorne Theater presents Auditions for AUDITIONS for THE FANTASTICKS

Friday, February 22, 7-9 pm
Saturday, February 23, 1-4 pm
Callbacks, Sunday, February 24, 1-4 pm 

The Pushkin Gallery of Hawks & Reed PAC, 
corner of Main & Federal St, Greenfield

By Harvey Schmidt and Tom Jones
Directed by Carmela Lanza-Weil

Performance dates: June 20-29. 
Rehearsals – staging begins May 13; individual coaching before that

To schedule an audition slot, call 413-768-7514, or write
• Auditioners should prepare a 1-2 minute excerpt from a song, and a 1-2 minute memorized monologue 
• When you sign up, please indicate whether you will bring sheet music, a CD, or an MP3 file to accompany you
• Please bring a current resume and headshot, or send electronically to when making your appointment
• Equity & non-Equity; all roles paid 
• All types & ethnicities welcome

The Mute M or F, non-speaking mime
El Gallo M Swashbuckling rake-for-hire
Luisa F A young girl just becoming aware of herself
Matt M A young boy who is very aware of Luisa
Hucklebee M or F, Father (or mother) of Matt
Bellomy M or F, Father (or mother) of Luisa
Henry M or F An ancient actor
Mortimer M or F A down-at-heels actor

Whimsical, poignant, and romantic, The Fantasticks is an allegorical story that focuses on two young lovers, their meddling fathers, and the journey we all must take through adolescent thrills, the growing pains of hurt and betrayal, the highs of passion, the challenges of distance, and the agonies of heartbreak to discover how to truly love. In a theatrical and inventive fashion, our gallant and enigmatic narrator--El Gallo--introduces us to a pair of young lovers, Matt and Luisa, who experience the magical, moonlit phase of falling in love. For a time, romance seems perpetually exciting, and heroics seem always to save the day. However, El Gallo leads our young protagonists from the romantic moonlight into the harsh sunshine, where the weaknesses in their relationship are exposed and the reality of the struggles and heartache love brings is revealed. With the understanding that “without a hurt the heart is hollow,” Matt and Luisa manage to find their own identities, and in turn, to discover their strengths as a couple in times of both darkness and light. With the record for the longest American theatrical run, The Fantasticks is a gem of the American musical theatre. Featuring timeless classics like “Try to Remember” and “Soon It’s Gonna Rain,” this simple and beautiful ensemble piece is as beloved and as timely as it was when it opened over 50 years ago.
More information here and here.
Sex and Power Looking for Lighting Designer and Stage Manager!

Performances will be in early spring at the Northampton Arts Trust. Small stipend available. 

Actor, dancer, interfaith minister Joanna Rush girlsplains the complexities of Sex and Power in our culture. Enduring date rape and gang rape in real life she went on to a career in movies and on stage playing various species of seductress, which, by the way, exposed her to misogyny as practiced internationally throughout history. Covering ground that ranges from evolutionary biology to Greek mythology, the invention of masculinity, our socio-economic systems, and anecdotes from her own acting career, she provides insights that can help us heal today’s sorry state of sexual affairs. Rush’s creative, nontraditional outlook offers hope and a road map for how we can progress and ride the #MeToo movement into a healthier sexual landscape for all.

More information here. Contact Joanna with questions.
Happier Valley Comedy presents Setting Sail Into Improv with Misch Whitaker
February 9 at 11:00 AM
Happier Valley Comedy Theater, 1 Mill Rd, Hadley, MA

You've heard of improv, maybe seen some shows, or maybe you've even taken a workshop or two already- and you want more. Improv is calling your name like the sea has called so many sailors before you - so climb aboard! Learn the ropes from the cast of Boston's Unscripted Musical Project as you play, seek, and discover more about what makes this art form so accessible and entertaining. We'll be using games, exercises, and scene work to learn new skills and have a lot of fun. Focus will be on improv as a team sport and how to give and receive support in a group. Make new friends, step outside your comfort zone and get ready to find out how much further we can go when everyone works together to get there!

Prerequisites: None! This workshop is great for beginners.

About Your Teacher:  
Misch Whitaker has studied, performed and taught improv for over ten years; past credits include Improv Asylum Mainstage (2008-2012) and ImprovBoston Mainstage (2013-2014). She currently performs with and directs Boston's Unscripted Musical Project (B.U.M.P), KERPLUNK! and Dirty Disney at Catalyst Comedy.

More information.
Facilitator Training
Saturday, February 9
Northampton Center for the Arts
33 Hawley St, Northampton, MA

Do you want to:
- challenge toxic manifestations of masculinity?
- support young people to develop healthy masculinities?
- learn the skills to facilitate dialogue?
- be part of an innovative and award winning organization?

Together we will explore approaches to educational programming for middle and high school students focused on developing and supporting healthy masculinities. Topics will include:
- Dialogical approaches for social justice education
- Supporting healthy masculinities
- Masculinity and intersecting identities
- Creating healthy relationships
- Bystander intervention
- Violence prevention
- Workshop planning and facilitation skills

More information.

Upcoming Training Programs at Double Edge Theatre 

Double Edge Theatre was founded by Stacy Klein to research the role of actors’ training in the development of performance creation. Training is the heart and vitality of Double Edge’s creative process. Since 1982, when it was first developed by Klein based on her work with Rena Mirecka, Grotowski’s founding actor, it has grown to include work with large objects, developed by Klein and David Flaxman from 1985, and then outdoor work and spectacle developed with Carlos Uriona since 1996. Since 2011 Matthew Glassman has been leading the development of training at Double Edge. The unique, holistic methodology engages the actor’s full potential – physical, vocal, emotional, and imaginative – to drive individual exploration, ensemble collaboration, and performance creation.

Summer Intensive: May 31 - June 14, 2019
Spectacle Immersion: May 31 - Aug 24, 2019
Fall Immersion: Fall 2019

Winter Intensive: January 1 - 7, 2019
Spring Intensive: March 15 - 17, 2019
Creation Lab: March 15 - April 14, 2019

Pioneer Valley Theatre Companies
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Academy of Music Theatre

Arena Civic Theatre

Black Cat Theater

Chester Theatre Company

The Country Players

Drama Studio

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

UMass Theatre Guild

Valley Light Opera

Westfield Theatre Group

Wilbraham United Players
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