Nov 29 Wednesday
The acclaimed Argentinean duo, Lerner and Moguilevsky, will be performing and leading workshops across the region November 29-December 2. Performances at Bombyx Center for Arts and Equity, Williams College, and Next Stage Arts. Workshops at The Parlor Room, Northampton High School, Springfield Conservatory of the Arts, Springfield JCC, and Williams College.
Nov 30 Thursday
Written by Mark Basquill & Jay Sefton, directed by James Barry, and performed by solo theatre artist, Jay Sefton, Unreconciled is the true story of an adolescent actor cast as Jesus in a play directed by a pedophile priest. The workshop production of the solo play chronicles a survivor’s journey as he confronts his past and discovers the courage to use his voice and redefine what reconciliation means.
Tickets: $15.00 - General Admission
Performances: 11/30, 12/1, 12/2 @ 7PM & 12/2 @ 2PM
Jay is an actor and licensed mental health counselor, originally from Philadelphia, and currently based in Easthampton, MA. He is in collaboration with a local SNAP (Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests) chapter and Silenced by Stigma.
This event is a CitySpace Pay It Forward Project.
Photo Credit: Andrew Greto
Dec 01 Friday
Dec 02 Saturday
Dec 08 Friday
In October 1998, Matthew Shepard, a 21-year-old college student, was brutally attacked and tied to a fence in a field outside of Laramie, Wyoming. Matthew succumbed to his wounds a few days later, and his murder became one of the most notorious anti-gay hate crimes in American history. Following his death, members of the Tectonic Theater Project in New York City traveled to Laramie to interview residents about how the attack on Matthew had affected the town, eventually using those interviews to construct a deeply moving theatrical experience. The Laramie Project is a breathtaking collage that explores the depths to which humanity can sink and the heights of compassion of which we are capable. EHS Drama students present The Laramie Project this year to mark the 25th anniversary of Matthew Shepard's death.
Dec 09 Saturday
Dec 10 Sunday
Dec 27 Wednesday
Acclaimed Russian pianist Katya Grineva returns to Carnegie Hall for her highly anticipated “A Classical Holiday” concert for one night only, Wednesday, December 27, at 8:00 p.m. Celebrating her 21st Stern Auditorium appearance, Katya has performed at the venue more than any other female artist. In what has become a seasonal tradition for local New York City families and tourists alike, Katya’s festive concert is a highlight of the holiday season. Katya’s playing is hailed for its fluidity and abundance of poetic expression. A “noted exponent of Romantic repertoire (WNYC Radio),” she captures audiences with her breathless, ethereal concerts.
Jan 11 Thursday
The “nouvelle vague” of French Baroque music heralded a wealth of chamber music from the likes of Couperin, Jacquet de la Guerre, Mondonville, and others. Telemann caught the wave with great panache, resulting in his gorgeous set of “Nouveaux Quatuors Parisiens” for flute, violin, viola da gamba, cello & harpsichord.
With Ashley Solomon, flute; Susanna Ogata, violin; Jennifer Morsches, piccolo cello; Timothy Merton, cello; John McKean, harpsichord.
Info at https://www.sarasamusic.org/new-wave
Jan 13 Saturday