ScroogeBack by popular demand!

A CHRISTMAS CAROL A Radio Play

Silverthorne's 1930s-style radio adaptation of the Dicken's Holiday Classic with live actors and old-time sound effects. Family-friendly and fun - a blast from the past when radio was part of everybody's iives and sound effects did not come from YouTube!

Directed by John Reese. Featuring Michael Haley as Scrooge, with Anne Steinhauser, John Reese, Sharon Weyers, David Rowland, Joan Haley & Marvin Shedd. Sound effects by John Iverson.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8 at 7 pm    Centennial House, Northfield

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9 at 2 pm    Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center, Greenfield

SUNDAY,  DECEMBER 9 at 7 pm    Deerfield Inn, Deerfield

$15 general admission/$10 student/senior/ $35 per family maximum.

Tickets at EVENTBRITE.COM or call 413-768-7514.


THE TATTOOED MAN TELLS ALL, by Peter Wortsman
May 3, 4, 5 @ 7:30 pm, May 6 @ 2 pm
Pushkin Studio, Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center, Greenfield MA
Peter Wortsman's gripping solo piece, woven from a series of interviews, on a fellowship from the Thomas J. Watson Foundation, conducted in Vienna in 1975 with witnesses to and survivors of the Holocaust, the era of Western Civilization's worst excesses. US Premiere.
Ellen Kaplan directs Keith Langsdale in this tour-de-force performance.
This production is supported in part by a grant from the Harold Grinspoon Foundation. 

STC and ArtWeek MA (April 27-May 6)
May 1 -    ART FOR/IS ART - A special collaboration for ArtWeekMA 1-3 pm in the Pushkin Gallery at Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center
Art For/Is Life is a celebration of the role of art in the lives of seniors, whether as life-long participants or for those exploring their connection to art.
Senior members of the Deerfield Valley Art Association will display in a special exhibition during ArtWeek at the Pushkin Gallery of Hawks & Reed.   On May 1, seniors from the surrounding towns and Greenfield are invited to participate in this special event. Each participant will work with one of the volunteer elder artists to discover a way to represent through art a particular event or memory in his or her life - perhaps a childhood memory, a first job, or a visit to a special friend. The story will be recorded by a volunteer scribe and later re-told alongside the artwork just created.
Later, with permission of the participants, these artworks and the stories they reference will be displayed during Silverthorne's production of The Road to Mecca this June.  We are grateful for our partners for this special event:    Deerfield Valley Art Association, Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center, Greenfield Council on Aging, Gill-Montague Council on Aging, Northfield Council on Aging, Bernardston Council on Aging, and the Greenfield, Montague and Deerfield Cultural Councils
    "This program is supported in part by grants from the Montague & Deerfield Cultural Councils, local agencies which are supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency."

BRIDAL MARCH - Four Faux Weddings & No Funeral
Silverthorne's 1st Annual Faux Wedding Party Extravaganza! on March 10 was a huge success! We want to thank these generous restaurants and businesses who made all the difference for us!
Namaste (Greenfield), Riff's North (Turners Falls), Mesa Verde (Greenfield), Rendevous (Turners Falls)
Terrazza (Greenfield), People's Pint (Greenfield), Blue Rock (Shelburne), Hillside Catering (Bernardston)
Great Falls Harvest (Turners Falls), Different Stuff (cupcakes - Greenfield), Taylor's (Greenfield), Aladco Linens (North Adams) , Sadie Erin, Photographer, Hair Therapy ( Greenfield), Sigda Flowers & Gifts (Greenfield)



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