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The Pinkerton Players Present: Children of Eden

Friday and Saturday, March 20th & 21st at 7pm and Sunday, March 22nd at 2pm

From musical theatre greats, Stephen Schwartz and John Caird, comes a joyous and inspirational musical about parents, and children… not to mention centuries of unresolved family business! Children of Eden is a moving musical that delivers a bittersweet. but inspiring message, “the hardest part of love… is letting go.”

Tickets range from $12-$14

Layer the Walls

Tuesday, March 31st, 2020 at 10am

What if you discovered an old apartment covered with forty layers of wallpaper? What if these layers could be peeled back to reveal the stories of past tenants? Layer the Walls explores stories of a tenement apartment in New York City that was once home to hundreds of new immigrants. Shadow and Bunraku puppetry, along with masks bring to life the stories of Irish, Italian and Jewish families. These compelling stories have shaped the America we know today. 

 

Approximate Running Time: 60 Minutes

Recommended Ages: Grades 2 through 7

 

Adults $8, Students $7

Miwa Matreyek

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020 at 7pm

Miwa Matreyek is an animator, director, designer and performer whose work blurs the line between real and unreal. Coming from a background in animation, Miwa Matreyek is a performance artist who creates live, staged performances where she interacts with her animations as a shadow silhouette, creating work at the cross section of cinematic and theatrical, fantastical and tangible, illusionistic and physical. Her work exists in a dreamlike visual space, emotionally guiding the audience through narratives that weave together surreal and poetic moments, highlighting the conflict between man and nature. Come and experience this visual feast that will captivate and amaze.

“Magical…the sheer breadth of the imagery…is unlike anything you’ve seen before.”  – Los Angeles Times

 

Tickets range from $15-$25

Rosie Revere, Engineer & Friends

Tuesday, April 14th, 2020 at 10am

Ms. Greer’s classroom includes three inquisitive out-of-the-box thinkers. Rosie Revere has big dreams. Iggy Peck has a relentless passion for architecture. And Ada Twist’s curiosity can drive her teacher crazy.

A fun new musical based on the books  by Andrea Beaty, Rosie Revere, Engineer and Friends is an inspiring story that spotlights the STEM curriculum (focusing on science, technology, engineering and math).

Approximate Running Time: 60 Minutes

Recommended Ages: Grades K through 4

 

Adults $8, Students $7

Trace Lysette

Thursday, April 16th, 2020 at 7pm

Known for her role as ‘Shea” on Amazon’s Golden Globe Award-Winning Series “Transparent,” actress and advocate Trace Lysette is breaking down barriers that limit the transgender community and inspiring others to embrace their unique identities. Her journey from a small town in Ohio to landing a role in a critically acclaimed television series was met with many obstacles and adversities, including severe depression. Trace speaks about how she picked herself back up to live authentically as the woman she is today. As an actress, Trace uses her platform to stand up against violence and speak out to those suffering from depression and suicidal thoughts. After years of hiding her true self, she is now living out loud and living visibly to help get the respect and rights that her and the transgender community deserve. 

* This special evening is presented in support of GLSEN’s Day of Silence, on April 24th, 2020, a student-led national event where folks take a vow of silence to highlight the silencing and erasure of LGBTQ people at school. Nearly 4 in 5 LGBTQ students don’t see positive LGBTQ representation in their curriculum, nearly 8 in 10 experience verbal harassment, and almost a third miss school for feeling unsafe or uncomfortable. But together we can break the silence of LGBTQ students!

 

Tickets range from $15-$25

Lorraine Chapman The Company

Thursday, April 23rd, 2020 at 7pm

One of Boston’s leading contemporary dance companies, Lorriane Chapman The Company (LCTC)  is entering its 17th season of making curious work that is committed to connecting New England-based artists and audiences to the global evolution of contemporary dance. LCTC brings to the Stockbridge Theatre an original, evening-length reflection on “the thoughts a composer chooses to share about their compositions and what happens when this is deliberately fragmented by movement, text, stage, and set.”

 

“Lorraine Chapman’s work combines dynamic, sharp-edged movement and compelling theatricality. (Her) dancers don’t just move, they somehow provoke- by their relationships to one another, by the way they relate to the audience. It’s not only satisfying on a visceral level but on a cerebral level as well.”  –The Boston Herald 

 

Tickets range from $15-$25

Click, Clack, Moo

Wednesday, May 6th, 2020 at 10am

“Cows that type?  Hens on strike! Whoever heard of such a thing!” Farmer Brown cries.

When his granddaughter Jenny comes for a visit, Farmer Brown declares the farm a tech-free zone. He takes her laptop in the cold barn with the shivering cows who use her computer to type messages requesting blankets.

“No way,” replies Farmer Brown. “No blankets!”

So the cows go on strike and the chickens join them in solidarity. No blankets? No milk! No eggs!

Will Farmer Brown give in to the animals’ demands? Will Jenny get her computer back? Find out in a hilariously moving musical about negotiation and compromise, based on the Caldecott Honor Book Click, Clack, Moo by Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin.

Approximate Running Time: 60 Minutes

Recommended Ages: Grades K through 4

 

Adults $8, Students $7

Duo Duo

Thursday, May 14th, 2020 at 7pm

DuoDuo is comprised of two virtuosic duos-

Duo #1: Percussive dancer, Nic Gareiss and harpist, Maeve Gilchrist. The percussion and drive of Nic’s footwork, combined with Maeve’s melodic and improvisational sensibilities, make for an explosive duet. 

Duo #2: Cellist Natalie Haas and guitarist Yann Falquet, husband and wife team, perform a mix of Québécois traditional songs and new takes on folk music from throughout Western Europe. 

Together, the DuoDuo quartet presents an unforgettable night of music, song, and dance, spanning from the intimacy of each duo to a collaboration featuring all four of these innovators and masters of their respective traditions and instruments.

Tickets range from $15-$25