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Private Eyes 2:00 pm
Private Eyes @ Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre
September 20–November 9 PREVIEWS SEPTEMBER 20–26 OPENS SEPTEMBER 27 Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre by STEVEN DIETZ directed by JONATHAN CROY Theatre and life intertwine when actors Matthew and Lisa, a happily married couple, find the truth nearly too impossible to uncover.  Is Lisa having an affair with a British Director, or is the affair part of the play being rehearsed?  Or perhaps Matthew has imagined all of it?  The audience itself plays the role of ‘private eye’ in this sidesplitting relationship thriller about love, desire, and the power of deception. 
WAM / In Darfur 7:00 pm
WAM / In Darfur @ Berry Family Studio - Elayne P. Bernstein Center for the Performing Arts
IN DARFUR/ WAM THEATRE @ Elayne P. Bernstein Center NEW ENGLAND PREMIERE OCTOBER 30-NOVEMBER 16 PREVIEWS: OCTOBER 30-31 OPENS: NOVEMBER 1 Elayne P. Bernstein Center by WINTER MILLER directed by KRISTEN VAN GINHOVEN A journey of courage and humanity in the face of peril. Inspired by her work at THE NEW YORK TIMES, playwright Winter Miller tells a provocative tale of a journalist, an aid worker and a Darfuri woman whose lives intersect during the genocide. Hailed as “a call to arms,” by Oskar Eustis of The Public, where it premiered to a sold-out run. 25% of box office will be donated to the Mother of Peace orphanage in Illovo, South Africa.
Private Eyes 7:30 pm
Private Eyes @ Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre
September 20–November 9 PREVIEWS SEPTEMBER 20–26 OPENS SEPTEMBER 27 Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre by STEVEN DIETZ directed by JONATHAN CROY Theatre and life intertwine when actors Matthew and Lisa, a happily married couple, find the truth nearly too impossible to uncover.  Is Lisa having an affair with a British Director, or is the affair part of the play being rehearsed?  Or perhaps Matthew has imagined all of it?  The audience itself plays the role of ‘private eye’ in this sidesplitting relationship thriller about love, desire, and the power of deception. 
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Private Eyes 2:00 pm
Private Eyes @ Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre
September 20–November 9 PREVIEWS SEPTEMBER 20–26 OPENS SEPTEMBER 27 Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre by STEVEN DIETZ directed by JONATHAN CROY Theatre and life intertwine when actors Matthew and Lisa, a happily married couple, find the truth nearly too impossible to uncover.  Is Lisa having an affair with a British Director, or is the affair part of the play being rehearsed?  Or perhaps Matthew has imagined all of it?  The audience itself plays the role of ‘private eye’ in this sidesplitting relationship thriller about love, desire, and the power of deception. 
WAM / In Darfur 2:30 pm
WAM / In Darfur @ Berry Family Studio - Elayne P. Bernstein Center for the Performing Arts
IN DARFUR/ WAM THEATRE @ Elayne P. Bernstein Center NEW ENGLAND PREMIERE OCTOBER 30-NOVEMBER 16 PREVIEWS: OCTOBER 30-31 OPENS: NOVEMBER 1 Elayne P. Bernstein Center by WINTER MILLER directed by KRISTEN VAN GINHOVEN A journey of courage and humanity in the face of peril. Inspired by her work at THE NEW YORK TIMES, playwright Winter Miller tells a provocative tale of a journalist, an aid worker and a Darfuri woman whose lives intersect during the genocide. Hailed as “a call to arms,” by Oskar Eustis of The Public, where it premiered to a sold-out run. 25% of box office will be donated to the Mother of Peace orphanage in Illovo, South Africa.
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WAM / In Darfur 7:00 pm
WAM / In Darfur @ Berry Family Studio - Elayne P. Bernstein Center for the Performing Arts
IN DARFUR/ WAM THEATRE @ Elayne P. Bernstein Center NEW ENGLAND PREMIERE OCTOBER 30-NOVEMBER 16 PREVIEWS: OCTOBER 30-31 OPENS: NOVEMBER 1 Elayne P. Bernstein Center by WINTER MILLER directed by KRISTEN VAN GINHOVEN A journey of courage and humanity in the face of peril. Inspired by her work at THE NEW YORK TIMES, playwright Winter Miller tells a provocative tale of a journalist, an aid worker and a Darfuri woman whose lives intersect during the genocide. Hailed as “a call to arms,” by Oskar Eustis of The Public, where it premiered to a sold-out run. 25% of box office will be donated to the Mother of Peace orphanage in Illovo, South Africa.
Private Eyes 7:30 pm
Private Eyes @ Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre
September 20–November 9 PREVIEWS SEPTEMBER 20–26 OPENS SEPTEMBER 27 Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre by STEVEN DIETZ directed by JONATHAN CROY Theatre and life intertwine when actors Matthew and Lisa, a happily married couple, find the truth nearly too impossible to uncover.  Is Lisa having an affair with a British Director, or is the affair part of the play being rehearsed?  Or perhaps Matthew has imagined all of it?  The audience itself plays the role of ‘private eye’ in this sidesplitting relationship thriller about love, desire, and the power of deception. 
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Private Eyes 2:00 pm
Private Eyes @ Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre
September 20–November 9 PREVIEWS SEPTEMBER 20–26 OPENS SEPTEMBER 27 Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre by STEVEN DIETZ directed by JONATHAN CROY Theatre and life intertwine when actors Matthew and Lisa, a happily married couple, find the truth nearly too impossible to uncover.  Is Lisa having an affair with a British Director, or is the affair part of the play being rehearsed?  Or perhaps Matthew has imagined all of it?  The audience itself plays the role of ‘private eye’ in this sidesplitting relationship thriller about love, desire, and the power of deception. 
WAM / In Darfur 2:30 pm
WAM / In Darfur @ Berry Family Studio - Elayne P. Bernstein Center for the Performing Arts
IN DARFUR/ WAM THEATRE @ Elayne P. Bernstein Center NEW ENGLAND PREMIERE OCTOBER 30-NOVEMBER 16 PREVIEWS: OCTOBER 30-31 OPENS: NOVEMBER 1 Elayne P. Bernstein Center by WINTER MILLER directed by KRISTEN VAN GINHOVEN A journey of courage and humanity in the face of peril. Inspired by her work at THE NEW YORK TIMES, playwright Winter Miller tells a provocative tale of a journalist, an aid worker and a Darfuri woman whose lives intersect during the genocide. Hailed as “a call to arms,” by Oskar Eustis of The Public, where it premiered to a sold-out run. 25% of box office will be donated to the Mother of Peace orphanage in Illovo, South Africa.
WAM / In Darfur 7:00 pm
WAM / In Darfur @ Berry Family Studio - Elayne P. Bernstein Center for the Performing Arts
IN DARFUR/ WAM THEATRE @ Elayne P. Bernstein Center NEW ENGLAND PREMIERE OCTOBER 30-NOVEMBER 16 PREVIEWS: OCTOBER 30-31 OPENS: NOVEMBER 1 Elayne P. Bernstein Center by WINTER MILLER directed by KRISTEN VAN GINHOVEN A journey of courage and humanity in the face of peril. Inspired by her work at THE NEW YORK TIMES, playwright Winter Miller tells a provocative tale of a journalist, an aid worker and a Darfuri woman whose lives intersect during the genocide. Hailed as “a call to arms,” by Oskar Eustis of The Public, where it premiered to a sold-out run. 25% of box office will be donated to the Mother of Peace orphanage in Illovo, South Africa.
Private Eyes 7:30 pm
Private Eyes @ Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre
September 20–November 9 PREVIEWS SEPTEMBER 20–26 OPENS SEPTEMBER 27 Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre by STEVEN DIETZ directed by JONATHAN CROY Theatre and life intertwine when actors Matthew and Lisa, a happily married couple, find the truth nearly too impossible to uncover.  Is Lisa having an affair with a British Director, or is the affair part of the play being rehearsed?  Or perhaps Matthew has imagined all of it?  The audience itself plays the role of ‘private eye’ in this sidesplitting relationship thriller about love, desire, and the power of deception. 
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Private Eyes 2:00 pm
Private Eyes @ Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre
September 20–November 9 PREVIEWS SEPTEMBER 20–26 OPENS SEPTEMBER 27 Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre by STEVEN DIETZ directed by JONATHAN CROY Theatre and life intertwine when actors Matthew and Lisa, a happily married couple, find the truth nearly too impossible to uncover.  Is Lisa having an affair with a British Director, or is the affair part of the play being rehearsed?  Or perhaps Matthew has imagined all of it?  The audience itself plays the role of ‘private eye’ in this sidesplitting relationship thriller about love, desire, and the power of deception. 
WAM / In Darfur 2:30 pm
WAM / In Darfur @ Berry Family Studio - Elayne P. Bernstein Center for the Performing Arts
IN DARFUR/ WAM THEATRE @ Elayne P. Bernstein Center NEW ENGLAND PREMIERE OCTOBER 30-NOVEMBER 16 PREVIEWS: OCTOBER 30-31 OPENS: NOVEMBER 1 Elayne P. Bernstein Center by WINTER MILLER directed by KRISTEN VAN GINHOVEN A journey of courage and humanity in the face of peril. Inspired by her work at THE NEW YORK TIMES, playwright Winter Miller tells a provocative tale of a journalist, an aid worker and a Darfuri woman whose lives intersect during the genocide. Hailed as “a call to arms,” by Oskar Eustis of The Public, where it premiered to a sold-out run. 25% of box office will be donated to the Mother of Peace orphanage in Illovo, South Africa.
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WAM / In Darfur 7:00 pm
WAM / In Darfur @ Berry Family Studio - Elayne P. Bernstein Center for the Performing Arts
IN DARFUR/ WAM THEATRE @ Elayne P. Bernstein Center NEW ENGLAND PREMIERE OCTOBER 30-NOVEMBER 16 PREVIEWS: OCTOBER 30-31 OPENS: NOVEMBER 1 Elayne P. Bernstein Center by WINTER MILLER directed by KRISTEN VAN GINHOVEN A journey of courage and humanity in the face of peril. Inspired by her work at THE NEW YORK TIMES, playwright Winter Miller tells a provocative tale of a journalist, an aid worker and a Darfuri woman whose lives intersect during the genocide. Hailed as “a call to arms,” by Oskar Eustis of The Public, where it premiered to a sold-out run. 25% of box office will be donated to the Mother of Peace orphanage in Illovo, South Africa.
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WAM / In Darfur 2:30 pm
WAM / In Darfur @ Berry Family Studio - Elayne P. Bernstein Center for the Performing Arts
IN DARFUR/ WAM THEATRE @ Elayne P. Bernstein Center NEW ENGLAND PREMIERE OCTOBER 30-NOVEMBER 16 PREVIEWS: OCTOBER 30-31 OPENS: NOVEMBER 1 Elayne P. Bernstein Center by WINTER MILLER directed by KRISTEN VAN GINHOVEN A journey of courage and humanity in the face of peril. Inspired by her work at THE NEW YORK TIMES, playwright Winter Miller tells a provocative tale of a journalist, an aid worker and a Darfuri woman whose lives intersect during the genocide. Hailed as “a call to arms,” by Oskar Eustis of The Public, where it premiered to a sold-out run. 25% of box office will be donated to the Mother of Peace orphanage in Illovo, South Africa.
WAM / In Darfur 7:00 pm
WAM / In Darfur @ Berry Family Studio - Elayne P. Bernstein Center for the Performing Arts
IN DARFUR/ WAM THEATRE @ Elayne P. Bernstein Center NEW ENGLAND PREMIERE OCTOBER 30-NOVEMBER 16 PREVIEWS: OCTOBER 30-31 OPENS: NOVEMBER 1 Elayne P. Bernstein Center by WINTER MILLER directed by KRISTEN VAN GINHOVEN A journey of courage and humanity in the face of peril. Inspired by her work at THE NEW YORK TIMES, playwright Winter Miller tells a provocative tale of a journalist, an aid worker and a Darfuri woman whose lives intersect during the genocide. Hailed as “a call to arms,” by Oskar Eustis of The Public, where it premiered to a sold-out run. 25% of box office will be donated to the Mother of Peace orphanage in Illovo, South Africa.
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WAM / In Darfur 2:30 pm
WAM / In Darfur @ Berry Family Studio - Elayne P. Bernstein Center for the Performing Arts
IN DARFUR/ WAM THEATRE @ Elayne P. Bernstein Center NEW ENGLAND PREMIERE OCTOBER 30-NOVEMBER 16 PREVIEWS: OCTOBER 30-31 OPENS: NOVEMBER 1 Elayne P. Bernstein Center by WINTER MILLER directed by KRISTEN VAN GINHOVEN A journey of courage and humanity in the face of peril. Inspired by her work at THE NEW YORK TIMES, playwright Winter Miller tells a provocative tale of a journalist, an aid worker and a Darfuri woman whose lives intersect during the genocide. Hailed as “a call to arms,” by Oskar Eustis of The Public, where it premiered to a sold-out run. 25% of box office will be donated to the Mother of Peace orphanage in Illovo, South Africa.
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Fall Festival of Shakespeare 6:30 pm
Fall Festival of Shakespeare
The annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare is nine-week residency program at high schools throughout western Massachusetts and parts of neighboring New York State. Shakespeare & Company directors at each school lead nearly 500 students through a language-based exploration of a Shakespeare play, culminating in a full-scale production performed on Shakespeare & Company’s Tina Packer Playhouse for the public. The Fall Festival of Shakespeare is a crown jewel of our performance season. When these high-energy teenagers set loose the power of Shakespeare’s language in front of packed houses, the thrill is contagious. Tina Packer Playhouse November 20 – 23 Thu, Nov 20 6:30 Chatham High School Hamlet Thu, Nov 20 8:30 Lee High School Richard III Fri, Nov 21 6:30 Lenox Memorial High School Hamlet Fri, Nov 21 8:30 Mt. Greylock Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 1:30 Monument Mountain Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 3:30 Taconic High School Twelfth Night Sat, Nov 22 6:15 Mt. Everett Regional High School Henry V Sat, Nov 22 8:30 Springfield Central High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 1:30 Taconic Hills High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 3:30 North Andover High School Romeo and Juliet
Fall Festival of Shakespeare 8:30 pm
Fall Festival of Shakespeare
The annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare is nine-week residency program at high schools throughout western Massachusetts and parts of neighboring New York State. Shakespeare & Company directors at each school lead nearly 500 students through a language-based exploration of a Shakespeare play, culminating in a full-scale production performed on Shakespeare & Company’s Tina Packer Playhouse for the public. The Fall Festival of Shakespeare is a crown jewel of our performance season. When these high-energy teenagers set loose the power of Shakespeare’s language in front of packed houses, the thrill is contagious. Tina Packer Playhouse November 20 – 23 Thu, Nov 20 6:30 Chatham High School Hamlet Thu, Nov 20 8:30 Lee High School Richard III Fri, Nov 21 6:30 Lenox Memorial High School Hamlet Fri, Nov 21 8:30 Mt. Greylock Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 1:30 Monument Mountain Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 3:30 Taconic High School Twelfth Night Sat, Nov 22 6:15 Mt. Everett Regional High School Henry V Sat, Nov 22 8:30 Springfield Central High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 1:30 Taconic Hills High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 3:30 North Andover High School Romeo and Juliet
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Fall Festival of Shakespeare 6:30 pm
Fall Festival of Shakespeare
The annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare is nine-week residency program at high schools throughout western Massachusetts and parts of neighboring New York State. Shakespeare & Company directors at each school lead nearly 500 students through a language-based exploration of a Shakespeare play, culminating in a full-scale production performed on Shakespeare & Company’s Tina Packer Playhouse for the public. The Fall Festival of Shakespeare is a crown jewel of our performance season. When these high-energy teenagers set loose the power of Shakespeare’s language in front of packed houses, the thrill is contagious. Tina Packer Playhouse November 20 – 23 Thu, Nov 20 6:30 Chatham High School Hamlet Thu, Nov 20 8:30 Lee High School Richard III Fri, Nov 21 6:30 Lenox Memorial High School Hamlet Fri, Nov 21 8:30 Mt. Greylock Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 1:30 Monument Mountain Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 3:30 Taconic High School Twelfth Night Sat, Nov 22 6:15 Mt. Everett Regional High School Henry V Sat, Nov 22 8:30 Springfield Central High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 1:30 Taconic Hills High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 3:30 North Andover High School Romeo and Juliet
Fall Festival of Shakespeare 8:30 pm
Fall Festival of Shakespeare
The annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare is nine-week residency program at high schools throughout western Massachusetts and parts of neighboring New York State. Shakespeare & Company directors at each school lead nearly 500 students through a language-based exploration of a Shakespeare play, culminating in a full-scale production performed on Shakespeare & Company’s Tina Packer Playhouse for the public. The Fall Festival of Shakespeare is a crown jewel of our performance season. When these high-energy teenagers set loose the power of Shakespeare’s language in front of packed houses, the thrill is contagious. Tina Packer Playhouse November 20 – 23 Thu, Nov 20 6:30 Chatham High School Hamlet Thu, Nov 20 8:30 Lee High School Richard III Fri, Nov 21 6:30 Lenox Memorial High School Hamlet Fri, Nov 21 8:30 Mt. Greylock Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 1:30 Monument Mountain Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 3:30 Taconic High School Twelfth Night Sat, Nov 22 6:15 Mt. Everett Regional High School Henry V Sat, Nov 22 8:30 Springfield Central High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 1:30 Taconic Hills High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 3:30 North Andover High School Romeo and Juliet
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Fall Festival of Shakespeare 1:30 pm
Fall Festival of Shakespeare
The annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare is nine-week residency program at high schools throughout western Massachusetts and parts of neighboring New York State. Shakespeare & Company directors at each school lead nearly 500 students through a language-based exploration of a Shakespeare play, culminating in a full-scale production performed on Shakespeare & Company’s Tina Packer Playhouse for the public. The Fall Festival of Shakespeare is a crown jewel of our performance season. When these high-energy teenagers set loose the power of Shakespeare’s language in front of packed houses, the thrill is contagious. Tina Packer Playhouse November 20 – 23 Thu, Nov 20 6:30 Chatham High School Hamlet Thu, Nov 20 8:30 Lee High School Richard III Fri, Nov 21 6:30 Lenox Memorial High School Hamlet Fri, Nov 21 8:30 Mt. Greylock Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 1:30 Monument Mountain Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 3:30 Taconic High School Twelfth Night Sat, Nov 22 6:15 Mt. Everett Regional High School Henry V Sat, Nov 22 8:30 Springfield Central High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 1:30 Taconic Hills High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 3:30 North Andover High School Romeo and Juliet
Fall Festival of Shakespeare 3:30 pm
Fall Festival of Shakespeare
The annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare is nine-week residency program at high schools throughout western Massachusetts and parts of neighboring New York State. Shakespeare & Company directors at each school lead nearly 500 students through a language-based exploration of a Shakespeare play, culminating in a full-scale production performed on Shakespeare & Company’s Tina Packer Playhouse for the public. The Fall Festival of Shakespeare is a crown jewel of our performance season. When these high-energy teenagers set loose the power of Shakespeare’s language in front of packed houses, the thrill is contagious. Tina Packer Playhouse November 20 – 23 Thu, Nov 20 6:30 Chatham High School Hamlet Thu, Nov 20 8:30 Lee High School Richard III Fri, Nov 21 6:30 Lenox Memorial High School Hamlet Fri, Nov 21 8:30 Mt. Greylock Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 1:30 Monument Mountain Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 3:30 Taconic High School Twelfth Night Sat, Nov 22 6:15 Mt. Everett Regional High School Henry V Sat, Nov 22 8:30 Springfield Central High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 1:30 Taconic Hills High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 3:30 North Andover High School Romeo and Juliet
Fall Festival of Shakespeare 6:15 pm
Fall Festival of Shakespeare
The annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare is nine-week residency program at high schools throughout western Massachusetts and parts of neighboring New York State. Shakespeare & Company directors at each school lead nearly 500 students through a language-based exploration of a Shakespeare play, culminating in a full-scale production performed on Shakespeare & Company’s Tina Packer Playhouse for the public. The Fall Festival of Shakespeare is a crown jewel of our performance season. When these high-energy teenagers set loose the power of Shakespeare’s language in front of packed houses, the thrill is contagious. Tina Packer Playhouse November 20 – 23 Thu, Nov 20 6:30 Chatham High School Hamlet Thu, Nov 20 8:30 Lee High School Richard III Fri, Nov 21 6:30 Lenox Memorial High School Hamlet Fri, Nov 21 8:30 Mt. Greylock Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 1:30 Monument Mountain Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 3:30 Taconic High School Twelfth Night Sat, Nov 22 6:15 Mt. Everett Regional High School Henry V Sat, Nov 22 8:30 Springfield Central High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 1:30 Taconic Hills High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 3:30 North Andover High School Romeo and Juliet
Fall Festival of Shakespeare 8:30 pm
Fall Festival of Shakespeare
The annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare is nine-week residency program at high schools throughout western Massachusetts and parts of neighboring New York State. Shakespeare & Company directors at each school lead nearly 500 students through a language-based exploration of a Shakespeare play, culminating in a full-scale production performed on Shakespeare & Company’s Tina Packer Playhouse for the public. The Fall Festival of Shakespeare is a crown jewel of our performance season. When these high-energy teenagers set loose the power of Shakespeare’s language in front of packed houses, the thrill is contagious. Tina Packer Playhouse November 20 – 23 Thu, Nov 20 6:30 Chatham High School Hamlet Thu, Nov 20 8:30 Lee High School Richard III Fri, Nov 21 6:30 Lenox Memorial High School Hamlet Fri, Nov 21 8:30 Mt. Greylock Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 1:30 Monument Mountain Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 3:30 Taconic High School Twelfth Night Sat, Nov 22 6:15 Mt. Everett Regional High School Henry V Sat, Nov 22 8:30 Springfield Central High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 1:30 Taconic Hills High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 3:30 North Andover High School Romeo and Juliet
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Fall Festival of Shakespeare 1:30 pm
Fall Festival of Shakespeare
The annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare is nine-week residency program at high schools throughout western Massachusetts and parts of neighboring New York State. Shakespeare & Company directors at each school lead nearly 500 students through a language-based exploration of a Shakespeare play, culminating in a full-scale production performed on Shakespeare & Company’s Tina Packer Playhouse for the public. The Fall Festival of Shakespeare is a crown jewel of our performance season. When these high-energy teenagers set loose the power of Shakespeare’s language in front of packed houses, the thrill is contagious. Tina Packer Playhouse November 20 – 23 Thu, Nov 20 6:30 Chatham High School Hamlet Thu, Nov 20 8:30 Lee High School Richard III Fri, Nov 21 6:30 Lenox Memorial High School Hamlet Fri, Nov 21 8:30 Mt. Greylock Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 1:30 Monument Mountain Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 3:30 Taconic High School Twelfth Night Sat, Nov 22 6:15 Mt. Everett Regional High School Henry V Sat, Nov 22 8:30 Springfield Central High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 1:30 Taconic Hills High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 3:30 North Andover High School Romeo and Juliet
Fall Festival of Shakespeare 3:30 pm
Fall Festival of Shakespeare
The annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare is nine-week residency program at high schools throughout western Massachusetts and parts of neighboring New York State. Shakespeare & Company directors at each school lead nearly 500 students through a language-based exploration of a Shakespeare play, culminating in a full-scale production performed on Shakespeare & Company’s Tina Packer Playhouse for the public. The Fall Festival of Shakespeare is a crown jewel of our performance season. When these high-energy teenagers set loose the power of Shakespeare’s language in front of packed houses, the thrill is contagious. Tina Packer Playhouse November 20 – 23 Thu, Nov 20 6:30 Chatham High School Hamlet Thu, Nov 20 8:30 Lee High School Richard III Fri, Nov 21 6:30 Lenox Memorial High School Hamlet Fri, Nov 21 8:30 Mt. Greylock Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 1:30 Monument Mountain Regional High School The Winter’s Tale Sat, Nov 22 3:30 Taconic High School Twelfth Night Sat, Nov 22 6:15 Mt. Everett Regional High School Henry V Sat, Nov 22 8:30 Springfield Central High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 1:30 Taconic Hills High School A Midsummer Night’s Dream Sun, Nov 23 3:30 North Andover High School Romeo and Juliet
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