Thursday, April 22, 2021

Pioneer Valley Theatre News April 22, 2021

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April 22 - May 12, 2021

Are you planning any theatre events this summer - either in-person or virtual? I want to hear about them! (And so does the Valley Advocate!) In the meantime, get your tickets for WAM's production of The Light by Loy A. Webb - details and tickets in the links below. 

The next issue will include events from April 29 through May 19. Submit upcoming events via the link below or by emailing me before Tuesday at midnight. Any questions, comments or feedback? Email me at

Submit Your Theatre Event
WAM Theatre presents a reading of The Light by Loy A. Webb.
Streaming online April 25 - May 2, 2021. Tickets here.
$5 per week for your poster and ticket link in top billing!
Email me to reserve your dates.
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from Howlround

Art at Work
by Chris Myers

From the article: 

“What does freedom mean to you?”

This is the question I ask to digitally gathered cohorts on the first day of an eight-week course called Intro to Anticapitalism for Artists. There’s a somewhat giddy silence followed by what I perceive as a small shock: the realization of an absence of surety. I hold for around thirty seconds before it’s apparent nobody is going to answer.

Have you read an interesting article about theatre recently? Send it to me!
The Smith College Department of Theatre New Play Reading Series is pleased to present Cordova Bend by Marty Bongfeldt on Thursday, April 22 at 7:30pm live on Zoom. Register at

When best friends Maggie and David have their first fight, the road back to peace is as twisted as the bend they live on. David tells it one way, but Maggie remembers something else. Only one of them knows the truth of what happened on Cordova Bend.

Directed by James Barry
Stage managed by Madison VanDeurzen
Featuring James Barry, Clarissa Po, Georgia Fowler, Tara Franklin, José Espinosa, Cole Seitz, Wren Gilbert, and Katherine Heyman.

About the author
Marty Bongfeldt is a New England based playwright, director and performing artist. She is the recipient of the 2019 Denis Johnston Playwriting Prize for her full-length play, “In Session (or My Life is Hell);” and the 2018 Denis Johnston Playwriting Prize for “Four Collected Plays.” Her short play “ALWAYS” was named a winner in the 2019 Radius Festival and received a production with the Berkshire Playwrights Lab. Ms. Bongfeldt has been a member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA for over 30 years. As a teacher, choreographer, and theatre director, Ms. Bongfeldt has helped develop educational theatre programs and produced theatrical productions in Texas, New York City and throughout Connecticut. As an actress, Marty has performed, professionally, throughout the United States in both musicals and straight plays, including originating roles in several astounding musicals that never saw the light of day after their NYC workshops. Currently, Ms. Bongfeldt resides in Northampton, MA where she is pursuing her MFA Theatre/Playwriting at Smith College under the mentorship of Len Berkman.

Facing the Future: Climate Change Theater- an online short play festival
on demand, anytime on Earth Day: Thursday, April 22

Facebook event
Watch the trailer

The LAVA Center is proud to reprise our second online short play festival, “Facing the Future: Climate Change Theater.”

In plays penned by 13 playwrights from 3 continents, characters from cerulean warblers, insects, brown bull catfish, and fire to a wide age range of humans plus a couple of time-traveling aliens confront questions of our collective survival.

The plays are written by Lindsay Adams, Sara Becker, Kay Bullard, Patricia Crosby, Colette Cullen, Stephen Fruchtman, Nina Gross, Jan Maher, Rex McGregor, Michael Nix, Candace Perry, Vanessa Query and Karen Shapiro Miller.

The plays are directed by Colette Cullen, Ezzell Floranina, Jan Maher, Rex McGregor, Michael Nix, Joshua Platt and Vanessa Query.

Twenty-eight actors from as near as Greenfield and as far as Dublin, Ireland and Auckland, New Zealand bring it all to life via Zoom.

The performers are Anna Baskowski, Sara Becker, Amanda Bowman, Leona Burke, Adelaide Carey, Ken Chisolm, Rachel Cronin-Townsend, Chris Devine, Jacob Frank, Stephen Fruchtman, Derek Good, Tracy Grammer, Thom Griffin, Nina Gross, Mary Chris Kenney, Alain Lamoureux, Gloria Matlock, Bob McNeil, Becky Minard, Leah Rantz, Lesleyann Reilly, Kimberly Salditt-Poulin, Sumaiya Sannah, Ovella Snow, Charlotte Swinburne, Laurel Turk, Nancy Winokoor and Trevor Young.

This program is made possible in part by generous support from Greening Greenfield.

UMass Theater creates Monuments of the Future as part of its Festival
Individual Monuments Performances:
Atlas — 
April 22, 7:15pm
Connection — April 23, 12pm
Scribe — April 26, 12pm
Truth — April 27, 8pm
Innovation — April 28, 7pm
Loss — April 29, 12pm
Defiance — April 30, 11:30am
Finale with all Monuments — May 2 at 7:30pm
In-person, outdoors
Free, open to the community 

Visit our Rights of Spring festival website for information or register directly at the Fine Arts Center Box Office
Visitors to campus during our Rights of Spring Festival may come upon enigmatic, expressive figures gliding deliberately through the space, brilliantly displayed in the mid-day sun or merging with the shadows at dusk. These apparations are part of a series of performances known collectively as Monuments of the Future that will be part of both the opening and closing of the festival.

Originally conceived by Professor of Scenic Design Anya Klepikov and now directed by MFA Directing student Rudy Ramirez, this series involves a handful of student and faculty performers, and a cadre of skilled designers and technicians to create an interactive performance collaboration across disciplines. 

Each Monuments performance, which runs about 30 minutes, has a different theme that speaks to what the creators want to memorialize. There's Defiance, which won't give up in the face of tremendous obstacles; Innovation, which expresses hope and curiosity; and the Scribe, which remembers what has been lost; and more, which visitors will see as they visit the campus and our festival.

Theater can happen anywhere, and we hope that as both our invited and surprised audiences encounter our Monuments, they take a moment  to experience, and also to celebrate an artistic offering which has blossomed out of the privations of the pandemic and is available to anyone who has never made it inside of our building.

Details about the Monuments series are shared on our website, which offers direct links to register for the performances.
UMass Theater Rights of Spring Festival opens this Thursday! 
Let's Imagine out loud!
With that rallying cry, the UMass Amherst Department of Theater embarks on its Rights of Spring festival, a mix of virtual and live, outdoor, socially-distanced events scheduled to take place from April 22 to May 2. Both online and in-person events are open to the off-campus community, although capacity is limited for some and registration is required for in-person events.
What better antidote to the isolation and disconnection of this particular winter than to gather to celebrate who we are and what’s important to us — Join UMass Theater for a series of events meant to inspire, amuse, entertain, and spark hope for what’s to come.

The beauty of festivals, says Professor Judyie Al-Bilali, who conceived the idea for the Rights of Spring, is that they serve as a way for a culture to rehearse, renew and if necessary, revise its core myths — to examine its values such as liberation, community, and heroism. All of the events that make up a festival, collectively, tell a story about the people who participate in it. This festival, coming after a hard year of massive social upheaval, serves as a statement from a culture that’s redefining what’s important.

The festival kicks off with an Invocation that includes Earth! an outdoor installation celebrating our planetary home, as well as the first installment of Monuments of the Future, a series of collaborative performances which will also close the festival. In between, you can listen to audio plays that feature contemporary takes on myths, hear from local civil rights leaders, participate in a coven ritual, take in a piece of devised theater that celebrates joy, view graduate student exhibits of gorgeous scenic, lighting, and costume design, and much more. The full listing of event is here.

Collectively, these events and the other pieces on the schedule are focused about creating community by any means available — in Zoom rooms, in conversations, through a unified appreciation of beautiful work. They represent a redefining of what we fit under the definition of theater — those aforementioned Zoom rooms, performances created by teams creating from scratch, scenic installations that spread out across the campus, web-based design presentations that encompass beauty, environmental awareness, and the wonder of old-fashioned story-telling.

Events run April 22 to May 2, and include elements presented live in-person and online, as well as pre-recorded online. All events are open to the community. 
A full listing can be found on our festival website.

In-person events will require advance registration and adherence to UMass COVID protocols for masking and social distancing for attendance.
From the New England New Play Alliance:

Virtual Theatre
and Audio Plays

Hibernian Hall presents
an online reading of
Seeing Violet
by Peter Snoad
April 22-24
directed by Vincent Ernest Siders

A cowrie shell. A silver coin. An antique scroll. Unearthed fragments from a family's hidden past trigger a quest for the truth and force a reckoning in the present. Tickets: free.


Fuse Theatre presents
an online reading of
Affinity Lunch Minutes
by Nick Malakhow
April 24

Watch this live reading of an excerpt from Affinity Lunch Minutes and participate in a discussion of the themes and issues it raises, namely racism in predominantly white institutions, assimilation in white academia, and private school culture. Tickets: pay what you will, donations appreciated. Please note: Times on the web site are Pacific Time.


Alumnae Theatre Company presents
New Ideas Festival 2021
April 21-25

The New Ideas Festival, Alumnae’s annual juried festival, enters its 33rd year with an exciting lineup of dramatic and comedic short plays from both emerging and experienced theatre artists.

Another Day
by Emanuelle Delle Piane
translated by Kristine Greenaway
directed by Kit Simmons

The Equivalent of Sensation
by Arianna Rose
directed by Cassidy Sadler

Lost Season
by David Beardsley
directed by Catherine Hume

written and directed by Jen Frankel

by Lawrence Aronovitch
directed by Leslie Ann Walcott

Tickets: $10-$25.


The Depot for New Play Readings presents
an online reading of
Three Mothers
by Lynn Hoffman
April 25, 2:00 pm
directed by Anne Flamang

Three Mothers explores the lives of three women at pivotal moments in their personal lives through the lens of the disappearance of Michael and Alex Smith and the media sensation their disappearance created. During the nine-day search for the missing brothers, these three mothers’ lives intersect unexpectedly to create a collage of viewpoints about life, death, and the ever-changing role role of motherhood in America. The reading is free. To receive a Zoom link, please email


Boston Playwrights’ Theatre presents
Boston Theater Marathon XXIII
now-May 28

Boston Theater Marathon XXIII: Special Zoom Edition features readings of 10-minute plays by New England playwrights in collaboration with New England theatres. Audiences are encouraged to lend their support to area theatre companies and to the Theatre Community Benevolent Fund, which provides financial support to theatres and theatre artists in need. The readings begin at noon each day, with the exception of Sundays. A question-and-answer session follows each play. This week's plays:

Out Damn Spot
by Nina Mansfield
April 20
sponsored by The Hub Theatre Company of Boston

War Dog
by James McLindon
April 21
sponsored by Centastage

Skin to Skin
by Cassie M. Seinuk
April 22
sponsored by Commonwealth Shakespeare Company

Tadpole to Toad
by Kyla Schultz
April 23
sponsored by Fresh Ink Theatre Company

by Hortense Gerardo
April 24
sponsored by Umbrella Stage Company

1 BDRM Zen Escape
by Bill Lattanzi
April 26
sponsored by Actors’ Shakespeare Project

Albert (a musical)
book by Mark Evan Chimsky
music by Zev Burrows
April 27
sponsored by Boston Conservatory at Berklee

Tickets: free, click “purchase tickets” to join the production.

An Online Fresh Takes Play Reading
by Loy A. Webb
Directed by Colette Robert

Elle Borders as Genesis
Brandon G. Green as Rashad

A surprise proposal gift puts the future of Genesis and Rashad's relationship at risk when they are forced to confront a devastating secret from the past. THE LIGHT is a 70-minute, real-time rollercoaster ride of laughter, romance, and despair that uncovers how the power of radical love can be a healing beacon of light.

Available for streaming Sunday, April 25-Sunday, May 2, 2021
Tickets $15, $25, and $50

For more information about the 2021 Season and WAM Theatre’s programs, events, and artists, please visit

UMass Theater's COVEN-19 witches return in a new ritual for spring

COVEN-19, Or, Magicks for Unprecedented Times
Free, open to the community
Click the date to register for a performance of this live, online event:
April 29
April 30 
May 1
all at 7:30 p.m.
The springtime signifigance of May Day and Beltane is the creative jumping-off point for a new edition of COVEN-19, Or, Magicks for Unprecedented Times, running April 29, 30 and May 1 live online at UMass Theater as part of our Rights of Spring festival.
COVEN-19, pun very much intended, is a community of artistic witches who are called upon to own their individual and collective power, make meaning out of utter chaos, and manifest tangible, seismic change. 
As in October, the community will fuse witchcraft and theater into an online, immersive format that aims to heal some of the collective hurt and grief of the past year. However, this will be a different performance, as this spring's ritual will be performed in honor of Beltane, or May Day.
"For me personally, magic is a source of healing and introspection," dramaturgy grad student and co-creator Maegan Clearwood says, and she originally proposed this project as a way "to be with other like-minded people and figure out how to make the world a better place."

In keeping with that ethos, this is a devised piece, meaning that rather than working from a script with a single leader, the company built the work by exploring questions and themes together. "It's a really nice opportunity just for us to experiment with ways of making theatre that are egalitarian and collaborative," says fellow grad student and co-creator Percival Hornak.
 The time is ripe for magick-making!

COVEN-19 is part of The Rights of Spring, a theater festival presented by the University of Massachusetts Department of Theater to rebuild connections with each other and celebrate what matters in life. As winter thaws out, there is no better time to safely gather and spark joy together. Events run from April 22nd to May 2nd and are free to the general public with performances in person and online. 

This event is free. Visit the Fine Arts Center Box Office to claim your spot in the audience of this and other Rights of Spring Festival events.
The Renaissance Reborn: In Conversation With Carl Cofield and Ty Jones

Join us as we celebrate the 20th Anniversary of The Classical Theatre of Harlem and the 100th Anniversary of The Harlem Renaissance!

April 29th & 30th, 8pm on Zoom
Registration is FREE!

Register Now!

After a year of theatres shuttered due to COVID-19, join us in conversation with the Classical Theatre of Harlem's Carl Cofield (Associate Artistic Director of The Classical Theatre of Harlem, Chair of NYU Grad Acting), and Ty Jones (Producing Artistic Director of The Classical Theatre of Harlem) for a conversation about the rebirth of the Harlem Renaissance and the past, present, and future of The Classical Theatre of Harlem, followed by a Q&A.

This conversation will be moderated by Yale School of Drama's Anthony Holiday and is produced by Completely Ridiculous Productions.

I MET GOD (AND THE DEVIL) IN AN UBER by Daniel Rendón ‘21 
Directed by Ron Bashford
Senior Honors Project in Playwriting & Acting for Daniel Rendón
Release date: May 14, 2021

The Amherst College Theater & Dance Department is proud to present I Met God (and the Devil) in an Uber, an original drama by Daniel Rendón ‘21, directed by Ron Bashford, with scenic design by graduate design assistant Lauren Thompson ‘19, costume design by Lorelei Dietz ‘20, lighting design by resident lighting designer Kathy Couch and sound design by Julian Brown ‘23.

How much pain and suffering can we take as human beings before we reach the end of the line? What is the price of being good? What is the price of being bad? In Daniel Rendon’s new play, Santiago, a down-on-his-luck Uber driver, is pushed to find the answers, but will he?

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rendón’s play was adapted into a teleplay. “Because of COVD, we decided last summer to re-work Dan’s play script into a teleplay. Seven student actors, working both remotely and in-person in a controlled environment, have been introduced to acting for the camera through this process. It’s been a wonderful adventure transforming our theater stage into a TV studio and learning how to shoot with remote participants. Hats off to the resourcefulness of all of the students involved, especially our wonderful in-person student crew,” said faculty director, Ron Bashford.

I Met God (and the Devil) in an Uber will be released for streaming on May 14, 2021. For more information, visit


Assistant Production Manager, Five College Dance (Post-Baccalaureate)

The Five College Consortium seeks an Assistant Production Manager to provide production management support for Five College Dance (FCD) events on the multiple campuses within the consortium.

This is a non-exempt, benefited, 11-month position (August-June), with a two-year appointment beginning early August 2021 and ending late June 2023, with the possibility of a one-year extension. This position is intended to be an in-person onsite role that may begin as a remote position due to pandemic-related restrictions.

Job Summary

The Post-Baccalaureate Assistant Production Manager provides production management support for Five College Dance (FCD) events on multiple campuses.

More details here.

Hiring: Stage Manager, Choreographer, Set Designer, and Costume Designer 

Apply: Designers, please send us your resume and portfolio. Choreographers, please send your resume and choreography reel. Applications must be sent to

Compensation: $200-$300. Email to before applying for more details on budget. 

Show Dates: July 30th- August 1st

Rehearsals Start: June 7th

Description: Scantic River Productions, a brand new theatre company based out of NYC, is looking for designers in Western, MA. We are looking for local designers for a brand new musical, Brothers Wright, opening at an outdoor venue in the Springfield area at the end of July. 

Brothers Wright tells the story of the infamous Wright Brothers, and their journey to flight. Written by the company’s artistic director, Colby Herchel, the story takes us into the lives of not only the geniuses who achieved the impossible, but the humble community of Kitty Hawk, NC who helped the physicists on the way. Through old american folk music, our story is filled with determination, community, and joy. 

This brand new musical is still in development stages. This run will be our second production of Brothers Wright, our first being in 2019 in NYC. The show has undergone more rewrites, and we are looking to develop this production further by including puppetry and more. 

There are some concepts that Colby has decided he would like to keep from our first run, but we are very open to new ideas. We would love to hire designers who bring a new eye and perspective to this production, but can also work with concepts that were already discovered in the first run. 

Covid Regulations: Most rehearsals and meetings will be held via zoom. As of now, the outdoor venue is booked, and we are scheduled to begin working in person July 17th-August 1st. All actors, designers, and personnel apart of the show must be covid tested before going into in person rehearsals, as of now. 

For more information about Brothers Wright and Scantic River productions, you can visit the following below. 

Instagram: @brotherswrightmuscial and @scanticriverproductions

Link to the 2019 Performance

Happier Valley Comedy
Lunch & Laugh: Wellness Through Gratitude
April 23 at 12:00 PM

If you're looking for maximum bang for your wellness buck, gratitude is the way to go. Happiness coach Pam Victor invites you to try out several different gratitude practices, so you can find the one that best fits your schedule and style to bring you lots of healthy benefits.

In this entertaining and enlightening series of short free lunchtime online interactive presentations, Head of Happiness Pam Victor guides you in an exploration of key evidence-based positivity practices to support your happiness, resilience, and self-care.

Individual workshops give you a bite-sized taste of one specific Happiness Habit from "The 30-Day Happiness Experiment Program" using playful learning exercises and engaging group connection.

All workshops are improv-enriched, interactive, and super fun!

Grab your lunch and join us for a delightful time that just might change your life for the better.
More info.
Happier Valley Comedy
Lunch & Laugh: Intentional Connection Through Laughter
April 30 at 12:00 PM

Interpersonal connection is deeply essential for health and happiness. So let's take some time to play a game or two that will have you connecting together through laughter!

In this entertaining and enlightening series of short free lunchtime online interactive presentations, Head of Happiness Pam Victor guides you in an exploration of key evidence-based positivity practices to support your happiness, resilience, and self-care.

Individual workshops give you a bite-sized taste of one specific Happiness Habit from "The 30-Day Happiness Experiment Program" using playful learning exercises and engaging group connection.

All workshops are improv-enriched, interactive, and super fun!

Grab your lunch and join us for a delightful time that just might change your life for the better.

More info.
Happier Valley Comedy
Lunch & Laugh: Mindsets For Intentional Living
May 7 at 12:00 PM

Happiness Mindsets are intentions that promote mindfulness. Like the sailors use the North Star to steer their ship, Mindsets create intentional guidance for our personal wellness and growth. Come try a few!

In this entertaining and enlightening series of short free lunchtime online interactive presentations, Head of Happiness Pam Victor guides you in an exploration of key evidence-based positivity practices to support your happiness, resilience, and self-care.

Individual workshops give you a bite-sized taste of one specific Happiness Habit from "The 30-Day Happiness Experiment Program" using playful learning exercises and engaging group connection.

All workshops are improv-enriched, interactive, and super fun!

Grab your lunch and join us for a delightful time that just might change your life for the better.

More info
Happier Valley Comedy
Resilience Through Joy: The 30-Day Happiness Experiment
May 8 at 11:00 AM

How's your happiness and resilience going? If you just groaned or sad-chuckled incredulously, Happiness Coach Pam Victor has your back.

This online 30-day program provides simple, game-changing self-care and happiness practices and the support to make them a lifelong habit. First, you attend a fun, engaging interactive presentation where you experience all eleven of the evidence-based Resilience & Happiness Habits. Then you pick 1-2 Resilience & Happiness Habits to do every day for 30 days. We're talking a commitment of about 1-10 minutes each day. Just for 30 days.

True happiness is more than an escape. It is a practice to bolster (not bury) resilience and grit. But this flavor of mindful happiness doesn’t just magically happen, friends. Together, we can strengthen these well-being muscles to establish a lasting  practice of joy and resilience.

The 30-Day Happiness Experiment is remote and completely customizable, so you choose the Resilience & Happiness Habits, time commitment, schedule, accountability aids, and connection style that works best for you. Safe, easy, self-directed, introvert- and extrovert-friendly. And FUN!

More info
Getting Un-Lost

Just because the theater industry is at a standstill doesn’t mean you have to be. This is the perfect time to reassess your life and career, identify new goals, and design an exciting plan that will help you move forward with confidence and joy. Beginning with a one on one call we will dive into identifying your immediate goal, then over the course of 4 weekly individual coaching sessions you will be guided to take consistent massive action toward your goal, and we will conclude with a final one on one call to be bring closure to our journey together. You will be empowered to take control and go after what you really want, while also being provided with accountability along the way. And, if you have no idea what you want, then we will dig into that! This class is open to all ages and all levels of experience. You just need to be ready to put in the work that is specific to you and your goals. Being lost doesn’t have to be scary. It can be a wonderful opportunity to discover a new place that you’ve never been before, and who knows, that big personal breakthrough may be closer than you think! By the end of the class, you and Kareem will have created a map and built a compass, so that if you ever get lost again you’ll have a strong set of resources and tools to get yourself un-lost.

Sunday nights from 6-9pm, starting May 9th on Zoom.

4 weeks. $290.

Open to 6 Students.

In this class, each student will receive a 30 minute one on one Zoom session each week. They will also receive two 30 minute phone sessions, one before the class starts and one after. All in all, each student will receive a total of 3 hours of one on one coaching over the course of the class.

Sign up!
Register for Summer Classes

If you are considering enrolling in Arts Extension Service's Online Summer classes, this your reminder that registration is open

Courses are available either for credit or non-credit, with the option of being taken individually or as a part of of one of AES' online Degree or Certificate programs

This summer's online offerings include:
Session One (May 17 - June 25)

  • Introduction to Arts Management
  • Arts Fundraising​

Session Two (July 6 - August 13)

  • Grantwriting for the Arts

Start planning for Arts Management Core or Professional certificate and register for AES courses for this summer, today! 

Learn More

Drama Studio Summer Programs
July 5 2021 - August 13 2021
41 Oakland Street, Springfield, MA

The Drama Studio is a unique community where young people come to grow as artists, leaders, and individuals. Now offering a variety of on-site and online acting and theater programs in a safe environment, including Fantastical Scenes, where students will stage scripted and originally written fantasy scenes, build fairy houses, and prepare for a final performance /sharing. In TeenScene: Thinking Outside the Blackbox teens will study Immersive Theater and work together to create ideas and content for a socially distanced, outdoor performance. Other classes include Acting Up: Summer Sun Stories, SummerSlam: Improv Week, and an Online Class: Improv for Actors. No prior acting experience required. Summer enrollment now open! Space is limited.
a meditation and writing workshop with JUANITA ROCKWELL
MAY 15 - 16, 10am - 1pm EST and/or
JULY 10 - 11, 1pm - 4pm EST
Whether we write for our own pleasure or for others, to be read on the page or to be spoken aloud, we want our writing to reflect our experience of the world. But our habitual thinking and the ways we tell these stories become a kind of spell of doing, of busy-ness; a spell that binds us, separates us from others, and limits our authentic expression. If we release this imprint of Doing, what might happen if we can rest in the stillness, silence and spaciousness of our Being?

In this two-day, small group workshop, you will learn practices that will ...

a meditation and writing workshop with JUANITA ROCKWELL
JULY 17 - 18, 1pm - 4pm EST
This workshop provides opportunities to deepen the work begun in Transforming Your Writing by Resting your Mind,

Submit your workshop, class, audition, performance, or any other theatre opportunity here!
Pioneer Valley Theatre Companies
Academy of Music Theatre

Arena Civic Theatre

Black Cat Theater

Chester Theatre Company


Cold Spring Community Theatre

Completely Ridiculous Productions

Drama Studio

Double Edge Theatre

Eggtooth Productions

Exit 7 Players

Franklin County Youth Theater

Ghost Light Theater

Greenfield Community College's Theater Department

Hampshire Shakespeare Company

Happier Valley Comedy

Hawks and Reed Performing Arts Center

Ja'Duke Center for the Performing Arts

K and E Theater Group

Ko Theater Works/Ko Festival of Performance

Majestic Theater

New Century Theatre

No Theater
Northampton Community Arts Trust

Northampton Playwrights Lab

PaintBox Theatre


Pauline Productions

Real Live Theatre

Red Thread Theater

Royal Frog Ballet

Serious Play Theatre Ensemble

Shakespeare Stage

Shea Theater Arts Center

Silverthorne Theater

Smith College Department of Theatre

St. Michael's Players

Starlight's Youth Theatre, Inc.

Strident Theatre


Turbulent Times Theater

UMass Department of Theater

UMass Theatre Guild

Valley Light Opera

Westfield Theatre Group

Wilbraham United Players
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