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Pioneer Valley Theatre News October 19, 2023

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October 19 - November 8, 2023

A couple of fun spooky shows ahead: Whispering Bones in Ashfield, A Happening at the Shea, Skeleton Crew at JaDuke, and Lizzie at Ghost Light Theater, and Dance Nation at Smith... get in the Halloween spirit! 

The next issue will include events from October 26 - November 15. 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
Pauline Productions hosts Whispering Bones
Monday, October 30 at 7:00 PM - Ashfield
Tickets and More Information
$5 per week for your poster and ticket link in top billing!
Email me to reserve your dates.
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from Howlround

On Field and Fire
by Todd London

From the article

I want to write personally about the so-called “crisis” of the theatre, because at a time of loud public pronouncements and opaque institutional spin, I long for us—as colleagues with a shared passion—to speak more vulnerably. I hadn’t intended to speak at all. I read all the op-eds, blog essays, Facebook posts, and journalistic summations through half-closed eyes. I stayed off shrill social media comment threads. Avoided all prophesy. Then I was asked to weigh in at a recent Theatre Communications Group (TCG) town hall called “Crisis & Chrysalis,” so I drafted something quickly and read it to the virtually gathered, hoping that they would, as we often say in community agreements, allow me to speak in draft.

Have you read an interesting article about theatre recently? Send it to me!
JaDuke Theater
Skeleton Crew Theater
October 19-21st with shows at 5, 6, 7, and 8pm
JaDuke Theater, 110 Industrial Boulevard, Turners Falls, MA 01376

Skeleton Crew Theater will be having an outdoor adventure show in the woods of JaDuke in Turners Falls MA!

Join the trolls of Greenwood as they try and gather all the needed ingredients for the annual brew!

email to reserve spots:
Must email to reserve spots, pay for ticket at door.  It is highly recommended to wear hiking boots for this wooded walk.

New work by Pulitzer Prize-winner Donald Margulies features

Karen Allen and Reed Birney

New dates have been announced for Shakespeare & Company’s World Premiere  of Lunar Eclipse by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Donald Margulies, starring Karen Allen and Reed Birney, and directed by James Warwick. Staged September 15 through October 22 at the Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre, five, new Thursday evening performances have been added through the course of the run:

  • Thursday, October 19 at 7:30 p.m.

On a summer night, in the middle of a field on their midwest farm, a long-married couple sits on folding chairs to observe the seven stages of a lunar eclipse. While watching the celestial phenomenon unfold, the two sip bourbon and reflect on land and legacy, on children and dogs, and the accelerating passage of time. Lunar Eclipse is a new work by Margulies (Dinner With Friends, Time Stands Still, Collected Stories).

Generously sponsored by Deb and Bill Ryan, Lunar Eclipse will be staged indoors at the Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre on the Shakespeare & Company grounds. Tickets range from $22 for students to $62, and are available at or by calling the Box Office at (413) 637-3353.

JaDuke Theater
God of Carnage

10/20 and 10/21 at 7pm, 10/22 at 2pm
JaDuke Theater, Industrial Blvd, Turners Falls MA

God of Carnage was a Tony Award winner for best play in 2009. Two eleven-year-olds get into a skirmish on the playground. One hits the other with a stick and knocks out two teeth. Our play begins as the parents of the boys meet for the first time to discuss the incident and come up with some sort of resolution. What could possibly go wrong? Except everything.

(No hamsters were harmed in the production of this play. We think.)

CLOUDGAZE + Eggtooth Productions Present:
m e t a m o r p h o s e s

Friday, October 20, 2023 7pm-10pm (ongoing entry)
$20 advance, $25 day of

A Happening III : An Immersive Festival
m e t a m o r p h o s e s
Everything must bend to change, even the gods.
Help us make it happen:

After two successful years, Cloudgaze and Eggtooth Productions return to present "A Happening III: Metamorphoses," a two-day multi-arts festival immersing participants in an intimate theatrical world of myth, magic and mystery inspired by Ovid's epic poem.

A true interdisciplinary feat, this festival brings over 30 local performance artists, actors, musicians, and dancers together to stage original work. Featured Valley performers include: Lori Holmes Clark, Jack Golden, Lindel Hart, Marina Goldman, Sam V. Perry, Joshua Ruder, K Adler, Rebecca Schrader, Ashley Kramer, and Tim Kukharchuk.

Set within large-scale installations constructed throughout the Shea Theater Arts Center, monsters, heroes, nymphs, dryads, satyrs, mortals, deities, and other fantastical beings wander through the dark maze of the building, passing through stone gardens, enchanted forests, sensual, twisted underworlds, banquets, piles of bones, seas of fabric, light, sound, and more. Traditional lines of performance blur as players and audience members weave in and out of multiple timelines and narratives. Open exploration is encouraged, but not required. You may decide to sit and watch the action unfold around you. We invite you to choose your own adventure.

"A Happening" celebrates community, creativity, and our power to transform, as well as the unique ability of theater to hold a mirror to violence, grief, and suffering, because, as the stories remind us, change is not always a choice.

Please note, this production is intended to hold a variety of responses to Metamorphoses, and is not an adaptation or a play. Not everything is meant to be seen.

*Please note that the audience may be asked to climb stairs and traverse dimly lit spaces. Audience may also experience art and encounters from the main level of the theater.
*Certain interactions involving witness of mature content will require additional consent

This festival was made possible by support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Happier Valley Comedy
Happier Valley Comedy Presents Not In Charge
October 21 at 7:00 PM
The 3rd Saturday of every month at 7pm
Happier Valley Comedy, 1 Mill Valley Rd, Hadley

Improv comedy inspired by true stories!

Don't miss this talented group of friends in an improvised show inspired by true stories from the cast! Not In Charge is Mandy Anderson, Maddy Benjamin, Sally Ekus, Julie Waggoner, Jim Young, and Kate Zak.

Saturday, October 21st at 7pm
Happier Valley Comedy Theater
1 Mill Valley Rd, Hadley

More information
The Performance Project, Inc.
MOTHER TONGUE by The Performance Project's First Generation Ensemble

October 21 at 7:00 PM
Rebecca M Johnson School, 55 Catharine St. Springfield MA 01109

October 28 at 7:00 PM
Unitarian Society of Northampton and Florence

Mother Tongue is an original multilingual physical theater performance created by the Performance Project’s First Generation Ensemble. The piece is inspired by the experiences of First Generation ensemble members, their families and communities who are from Congo/Tanzania, Bhutan/Nepal, South Sudan/Darfur, Holyoke, and Springfield, Massachusetts.

The 90 minute performance weaves together movement, music, dance, and stories in Arabic, Swahili, Nepali, and English. The piece incorporates themes of language, culture, identity, diaspora, hypermasculinity, xenophobia, transphobia, racism, the school to prison pipeline and revolution.

Appropriate for ages 12 and up
Frances Perkins: A Woman’s Work
Wednesday, October 25
12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
Mason Square Branch Library
765 State Street, Springfield, MA 

Original play about FRANCES PERKINS, the first female cabinet member in the US, and the person who created the Social Security System, among other laws for the betterment of citizens during the Great Depression.

The 45-minute play will be followed by Q&A to the actress still in the role of Frances.

The library is wheelchair accessible.
for information: 413-263-6853 or

Dance Nation by Clare Barron directed by Daniel Elihu Kramer

October 26, 27, 28 - 7:30 PM, October 28 - 2 PM

Hallie Flanagan Studio Theatre, Mendenhall Center for the Performing Arts
Smith College

The Smith College Department of Theatre presents Dance Nation by Clare Barron directed by Daniel Elihu Kramer. The play depicts a team of young competitive dancers as they plot to take over the world. If their new routine is good enough, they’ll claw their way to the top at Nationals in Tampa Bay. Dance Nation is a play about ambition, growing up, and trying to survive adolescence with your dreams intact. Grounded in emotional truths, the play pushes past realism to depict the dancer’s inner lives.

Tickets are $5-10 online at This play contains strong language and mature content that may be most appropriate for people ages 14 and up. For more information including a complete content warning contact



Romantic Comedy Set in Lowell, MA is by Playwright Jack Neary

The Majestic Theater will present an original work by Massachusetts playwright Jack Neary, Moonglow, as the second show of its 2022-2023 Season.  The romantic comedy will run October 26 – December 3 at the West Springfield venue, with Neary directing it.

Moonglow is set in Lowell, MA and tells the story of Ray Healy, a middle-aged music teacher and Catholic school band director whose personal life is “a big question mark.”  When his secretary finally admits her romantic aspirations for their relationship, secrets about Ray’s past are revealed. 

“Jack Neary’s plays have been favorites at this theater over the years, stated Danny Eaton, producing director for the Majestic.  “We’ve presented Jerry Finnegan’s Sister, First Night and The Porch to enthusiastic audiences and we’re happy to bring another of his romantic comedies to our stage.  Jack’s plays often portray elements of life in New England while presenting endearingly realistic characters facing relatable circumstances.”

The cast includes Brian Argotsinger (Ray), Stephanie Carlson (Arlene), Rand Foerster (Father Hackett), Nora Streeter (Dorothy), Stephanie Craven (Clancy) and Margaret Reilly Streeter (Linda).  Sue Dziura is associate producing director.  Production stage manager is Stephen Petit, and Aurora Ferraro is associate production manager.  The lighting and scenic designer is Dan Rist, costume designer is Dawn McKay, and scenic artist is Braith Dicker. 

Tickets are now being sold to all remaining plays in the Majestic’s current 2023-2024 Season, and range from $31 - $37.  Tickets to the Majestic’s annual Home for the Holidays show (December 7-22) are also now available and are $28-$26.  Box office hours are Monday - Friday 10am - 5pm, and Saturday 10am-1pm.   The wearing of face masks in the theater is optional.

Doors to the theater will open one hour before the start of a show, which is also when the café opens.  For more information, visit

Happier Valley Comedy
The Happier Valley Championship Show
October 28 at 7:00 PM
The 4th Saturday of every month at 7pm
Happier Valley Comedy, 1 Mill Valley Rd, Hadley

The Happier Valley Championship!
In this competitive comedy show, two teams of improvisers face off through scenes and games to see who can win the ultimate prize: your laughter! Fourth Saturday of every month at 7pm at the Happier Valley Comedy Theater (1 Mill Valley Rd, Hadley, on rte.9). Tickets: $15 online and at the door.

For more info
New Play Reading  "MAISY" by Lundy Bancroft
October 28 at 7:00 PM, October 29th, 2 pm
The LAVA Center, 324 Main St., Greenfield, MA

Middle-aged and newly separated, Kenneth arrives at his elderly aunt Maisy’s house in search of family and possibly solace, only to discover her dementia and memories are not what he expected. A sometimes funny and sometimes wrenching afternoon of tea and revelations ensues.

Featuring Louise Krieger as Maisy and Lundy Bancroft as Kenneth. Directed by Jean Koester. Talk-backs after each performance. A donation at the door would be appreciated.

Performance dates: Saturday, Oct. 28, 7pm and Sunday, Oct. 29, 2pm.

Pauline Productions hosts
Whispering Bones 2023
An evening of ghost stories (for adults and teens)
First Congregational Church of Ashfield, MA
Monday Evening, October 30, 7:00 p.m.

The Lucky Thirteenth Anniversary Tour!

Escape from the trials and tribulations of today’s world and join us for a pleasant interlude of hellish nightmares and feverish laughter. Dr. Betterov-Underhill and a talented cast of performers will present a new mix of creepy, comic, and thought-provoking stories, including works by Poe, M.R. James, and others.  This year’s show features giant grey worms, a telltale heart, and a ghost ship in a turnip patch.

Funded in part by Ashfield, Goshen, Williamsburg, and Conway Local Mass Cultural Arts Grants.

Pauline Productions brings Whispering Bones 2023 Tour to Ashfield for the 4th year.  The show features a tristate group of actors including Pauline Productions' Jeannine Haas and organist Meagan Reilly.  Other stops on the tour include Bennington Performing Arts Center VT, Fort Salem Theater NY, Eighth Step, Schenectady NY, Park Theater, Hudson NY.

Please note: Ghosts and various forms of phantasms are welcome free of charge, provided that they remain invisible, and refrain from cackling insanely, groaning ominously or otherwise detracting from the performance.  Humans are encouraged to dress outside the lines….why not?

 TICKETS: $15-25  for adults; $7 for teens.   Advanced tickets suggested:  Ashfield Hardware or and type "Whispering Bones Ashfield" For more information
Valley Light Opera's Iolanthe
11/3-11/5 , 11/10-11/12
Academy of Music, Northampton

Valley Light Opera Presents Gilbert & Sullivan’s, Iolanthe Nov 3 -12 at the Academy of Music in Northampton. What happens when a Troupe of proud and pugnacious Fairies encounter a party of patronizing Parliamentary Peers? The answer—complete chaos! This is the community of players in place at the beginning of Iolanthe, the 7th and, some would argue, the greatest operetta from the collaboration of William Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan.  The opera premiered in 1882 and immediately became a favorite of Savoyards and Londoners.  Valley Light Opera is bringing new life to this wonderful operetta with an array of beautiful voices, lively dancing, glorious costumes, and a healthy helping of humor.   We invite you to an evening of laughter, merriment, and happy endings. In the world of Topsy-Turveydom that Gilbert embraced, everything was designed to amuse!
Ghost Light Theater
Lizzie, the Musical
Friday November 3rd, 8 PM Saturday November 4th, 2 PM & 8 PM Thursday November 9th, 8 PM Friday November 10th, 8 PM Saturday November 11th, 8 PM
Gateway City Arts, Holyoke, MA

On a sweltering summer morning in 1892, in a small New England city, a prominent businessman and his wife were brutally axed to death in their home. Their daughter Lizzie Borden was the prime suspect. Her story has become an American legend, and now her story sings.
You know the rumors, now discover Lizzie's truth. Experience one of the most notorious murder trials in raucous rock musica
l with a brutal edge.
From writers Steven Cheslik-DeMeyer, Alan Stevens Hewitt, and Tim Maner, this piece of American history meets rock concert has been welcomed by audiences around the world. And now, Lizzie has been slashing her way through Gateway City Arts!!!
LIZZIE is four women fronting a six-piece rock band. LIZZIE is rage, sex, betrayal, and bloody murder. LIZZIE is American mythology set to a blistering rock score.
Please be advised that this production contains adult subject matter - some of a violent and sexual nature. This is a 16+ show unless accompanied by parent or legal guardian.
Content warning: themes of murder, parental sexual abuse & suicide.
LIZZIE is presented by special arrangement with Broadway Licensing, LLC. (
RhinoLeap Productions’
An Iliad
A play by Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare
Performed by Patrick Osteen
Co-Directed by K. Paul M. and Jeremy Skidmore
​Saturday, November 4 at 7pm
A.P.E. Gallery, 126 Main Street, Northampton MA

Performances are FREE, but seating is limited.
Reserve seats HERE

A poet walks into the room. Then waits. Once the silence comes, he begins. Through poetry and humor, physicality and rage, the poet takes the ancient tale of the Trojan War and brings it crashing down into the middle of the modern world. 
Happier Valley Comedy
The Understudies Improvised Musical
November 5 at 7:00 PM
The 1st Saturday of every month
Happier Valley Comedy, 1 Mill Valley Rd, Hadley

The Understudies: An Improvised Musical!
Be part of the fun as these brave improvisers and their trusty musician create an entire musical from scratch. First Saturday of every month at 7pm at the Happier Valley Comedy Theater (1 Mill Valley Rd, Hadley, on rte.9). Tickets: $15 online and at the door.
For more info:
The Valley Players will hold its first organizational meeting on Monday, November 6, 6pm–7pm, in the Ramsdell Room at the Pelham Free Public Library, 2 South Valley Road, Pelham, MA.

The Valley Players intends to be a nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching the quality of life in the greater Amherst area by producing high-quality community theater and related arts education and cultural programming. Productions staged by the Valley Players will be nimble, meaningful, and driven by the performing artists of the Valley community.

The meeting on November 6 will be an initial opportunity to gauge public interest, discuss the group’s mission and programming, decide on board members, and plan for incorporation and next steps.

Any members of the community potentially interested in helping to create a new, nonprofit community theater group in the greater Amherst area are welcome to attend. For more information, call 413-687-0402, email, or visit
The FAC is Hiring: 

Business Manager
Contract and Purchasing Manager
Website Manager
Director of Education and Engagement
Visual Arts Director
Associate Director of the Augusta Savage Gallery 
Production Manager Assistant

See the full listings at:
The Performance Project, based in Springfield MA, is seeking a Lighting Designer/Board OP, Sound Op and Stage Manager for a local and regional tour of First Generation Ensemble’s Mother Tongue, a 90 minute multilingual physical theater piece. We’ve received a grant from the NEA specifically to tour Mother Tongue, and although we have experience performing in our area (Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin Massachusetts counties), this will be our first time touring to other areas in MA and nearby states.  

We currently have two professionals (lights/sound) who know the show and have been running lights and sound, however they will not be available for all  performance dates, so we are looking for people to learn the show and take some of the performances. We do not have a stage manager and are looking to full that position. 
Contact: Julie Lichtenberg and
Fig Lefevre

Mother Tongue is a devised multilingual physical theater piece created by the Performance Project’s First Generation Ensemble. The piece is inspired by the experiences of First Generation ensemble members, their families and communities who are from Congo/Tanzania, Bhutan/Nepal, South Sudan/Darfur, Holyoke, and Springfield, Massachusetts. The 90 minute performance weaves together movement, music, dance, and stories in Arabic, Swahili, Nepali, and English. The piece incorporates themes of language, culture, identity, diaspora, hypermasculinity, xenophobia, transphobia, racism, the school to prison pipeline and revolution.  

The Majestic Theater
Searching for a Tech. Director

The Theater Project, inc., dba Majestic Theater, located in West Springfield, Massachusetts is seeking an immediate hire for a Theater Carpenter / Technical Director.

The Majestic is a year-round 229 seat professional theater operating under and SPT6 contract with Actors Equity Association. We produce a five play subscription season September to June, in July and August a three production Children’s Theater, and musical concerts over the Summer. More at:

This is a full time position which requires a number of years of hands-on experience in live theater and a skill set that includes carpentry, welding, and rigging. The Technical Director should also be versed in both stage lighting and sound design.

They are responsible for maintaining the scene shop in good working order with a focus always on safety. Additionally, from time to time, there may be repair and/or maintenance projects at the theater itself for which the TD is responsible.

Interested candidates should send an email to Business Manager, Regina Diemand with cover letter and current professional resume.
Sulis Studio
Invisibility and Presence
November 4 at 9:00 AM
Sulis Studio, 221 Pine St., Florence, MA

Clown drops us into the here & now, where doors of imagination open & all is possible, guiding us to meet ourselves, each other & the world in fresh, often unexpected ways. The results can be affirming & liberating! The only requirement for workshops is a pinch of willingness to show up, let go, & open to the music of our attention. We do this together, through dynamic improvisation & reflection. Whether you are new to Clown, or already a seasoned performer, this work is sure to enliven your path. Improvisation, presence & listening are at the heart of our approach. Silence, stillness, & the spaces between us light our way. This is an invitation to playfully explore the poetry of being human. All are welcome!

Sarah’s approach to teaching is inspired by her adventures as a psychotherapist, language teacher, actor, musician, & more. In 2008, Sarah encountered Clown, to her surprise & delight. Enlivened by the world of Clown, she has dedicated herself to personal & shared experiences of spontaneous play through the recovery of lost stories, invisible worlds, real dreams, the body’s imagination & other creative origins that empower us. She has discovered that Clown connects us to the poetry of being human. She weaves traditions in the expressive & healing arts, the gifts of present-moment experience & a legacy of Clown that is refreshed when it is shared. In 2021, Sarah founded a center for the playful arts in Columbia County, NY, where she facilitates Clown workshops & community events & gives private sessions to support individuals on their pathways to wholeness. Sarah lives in Ghent, NY.
Happier Valley Comedy
The Joy & Ease of Improv 1
Happier Valley Comedy, 1 Mill Valley Rd, Hadley

Registration opens Friday, October 20th at 7am for the Joy & Ease of Improv 1.

There are two sessions of this class!
Wednesdays from 5:00 - 6:30pm and Wednesdays from 7:00 - 8:30pm

The class meets on 8 Wednesdays from November 29th - January 24th at either 5:00-6:30pm or 7:00-8:30pm.

Would you like to play and laugh in a supportive community every week?
Want to get better at thinking on your feet?
Could you use some practice in mindfulness? Turning off your judgmental mind? Being brave?
Would you like to become more confident speaking in public?

If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, The Joy & Ease of Improv 1 would be an ever so lovely way to spend 90-minutes each week. Happier Valley Comedy's Founder and Head of Happiness Pam Victor offers this welcoming introduction to her original improv curriculum for adults who want to try something fun, rewarding, and mind-expanding. You'll learn a mindful, easeful approach to improv comedy in an incredibly positive, accepting, playful way. Through improv exercises, games, and simple scenework, you'll practice the vital improvisation skills of paying attention, agreement, redefining and disempowering failure, quieting your inner critic and amplifying your authentic voice to invite more joy and ease into your work ... and much more. Plus, you'll join a community of kind-hearted, happier people!

No experience necessary. Being funny is not required!
At Happier Valley Comedy, we believe everyone can improvise.
(No joke.)

More information
Actors WorkOut Audition Workshop
Thursday, November 9.    6:00 - 9:00 PM
Bombyx Center for Arts and Equity, 130 Pine Street, Northampton,MA. 01062

Taught by acclaimed stage, screen and television actor and teacher, Raye Birk, The Actors WorkOut Audition Workshop will focus on audition material and techniques with specific attention to ways in which each participant can explore, prepare and present their best audition work.
participation is limited to 10 students
Workshop fee:  $50.00
K and E Theater Group’s Dance Studio Continues this Fall!
Join Eddie Zitka, Artistic Director of K and E Theater Group, two times a week learning musical dance choreography and feel more confident in your movement at your next audition! Studio lasts through November 16 – every session is different!
Classes available for beginners and intermediate/advanced dancers!
In the BEGINNER session
- Isolation warm-ups
- Acting-based dancing exercises across the floor
- A musical theater combination that will change weekly 
- Warm-up across the floor
- A more complicated and technical musical theater combination that will change weekly
- Combinations will be taught similar to an audition setting
Classes available for beginners on Tuesdays and intermediate/advanced dancers on Thursdays from 7-8 PM in Southampton, MA at the First Congregational Church of Southampton, 212 College Highway.
We’ve introduced new prices this fall with the new Dance Studio Punchcard – session pricing varies on the amount of times you come!
New pricing is below:
Cash or check payment accepted at the door!
Check out for more information and to sign up for your session! Each week's sign up will open the Monday prior.

The Center for Actor Training at Shakespeare & Company will hold its 43rd session of its Month-long Intensive for mid-career actors at its Lenox campus from January 3 through 29.

For six days a week, morning to night, participants immerse themselves in voice, movement, text analysis, exploration of the actor/audience relationship, sonnet work, scene work, clown, stage fight, and in-depth discussions about the function of theater and the role of the actor in today’s world.

Director of the Center for Actor Training Sheila Bandyopadhyay said the Intensive offers training in classical text that can easily be applied to all forms of acting. 

“The Month-long is a unique opportunity for actors to concentrate on their craft in a supportive and courageous community of artists,” she said. “Alumni of the Month-long routinely find that our training is transformative for their work and is applicable to contemporary as well as classical acting.”

Complete applications are accepted on a rolling basis until the Intensive is filled, however an  early payment discount of $500 is offered until Saturday, Sept. 30. 

A limited number of scholarships are available for People of the Global Majority/BIPOC artists through the Dennis Krausnick Fellowship Fund; scholarship applications are due Sunday, Oct. 1.

Tuition costs include double-occupancy housing and all meals. Housing is located on the Shakespeare & Company campus; a limited number of single rooms may be available for an additional fee of $750. The campus is fully, COVID-19 vaccinated, including full-time employees, seasonal staff, artists, volunteers, and program participants. To ensure the health of the Shakespeare & Company community, all Center for Actor Training participants must be vaccinated against COVID-19 including the latest booster shot. Masks may be required for certain classes and events. As conditions of the global pandemic are ever-evolving, these guidelines are subject to change and will be updated accordingly. 

For more information, including regarding the topics covered during the Intensive, contact

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

Amherst Community Theater

Arena Civic Theatre

A.C.T. Youth Theatre

Black Cat Theater

Chester Theatre Company


Cold Spring Community Theatre

Completely Ridiculous Productions

Drama Studio

Double Edge Theatre

Easthampton Theater Company

Eggtooth Productions

Exit 7 Players

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

Mount Holyoke College Rooke Theatre

No Theater

Northampton Community Arts Trust

Northampton Playwrights Lab
PaintBox Theatre


Pauline Productions

Performance Project

Phantom Sheep Players

Play Incubation Collective

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

Theater Between Addresses


Turbulent Times Theater

UMass Department of Theater

UMass Theatre Guild

Unity House Players

Valley Light Opera

Ware Community Theatre

Westfield Theatre Group

Wilbraham United Players

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