small upside down groomBRIDAL MARCH

Four Faux Weddings & No Funeral

Silverthorne's 1st Annual Faux Wedding Party Extravaganza!Saturday, March 10

5:00 to 9:00 pm

Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center, 289 Main Street, Greenfield

All proceeds benefit Silverthorne's Fifth Anniversary Season

Don't come as you are - come as you were!

You choose - dress up, as The Bride, The Groom, Mother or Father of the Bride (or Groom), The Minister or Celebrant, Flower Girl, Guest...
Or how about the Jilted Girlfriend; Bridezilla, the Maid of Dis-Honor, The Wedding Singer - use your imagination!
All the high points of a reception with lots of fun thrown in -and surprises throughout the evening!
Delicious hors d'oeuvres donated by the best local restaurants, a gorgeous cake, flowers, music and dancing, and a fully stocked cash bar.
Buy a table and bring your own wedding party! Seating must be reserved ahead of time - no sales at the door.
A smashing fundraiser for Silverthorne's fantastic FIFTH ANNIVERSARY SEASON. Come celebrate!

CLICK HERE to buy Bridal March tickets
Single ticket   $45    Be ready for fun!
Two tickets   $80     Bring along a buddy/partner/spouse!
Table for 4   $160     Pal up with your best friends!
Table for 8   $320     Make up your own wedding party!
Thanks to the following restaurants who are donating hors d'oeuvres for BRIDAL MARCH
Namaste (Greenfield)
Riff's North (Turners)
Mesa Verde (Greenfield)
Rendevous (Turners)
Terrazza (Greenfield)
People's Pint (Greenfield)
Blue Rock (Shelburne)
Hillside Catering (Bernardston)
Great Falls Harvest (Turners)
Different Stuff (cupcakes - Greenfield)
Taylor's (Greenfield)
The BRIDAL MARCH Committee

Katherine St Claire (Northfield)  - co-chair

Penney Hulten (Northfield) - co-chair

Ann Hamilton (Greenfield)

Rosemary Caine (Greenfield)

Mary Kay Mattiace (Turners Falls)

Joan Haley (Conway)

Ann Steinhauser (Amherst)

Reba-Jean Shaw-Pichette (Deerfield)

Piper Pichette (Deerfield)

Janet Kidder (Turners Falls)

Patricia Crosby (Greenfield)


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May 3, 4, 5 @ 7:30 pm

May 6 @ 2 pm

Pushkin Studio

Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center, Greenfield MA

US Premiere

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.

Ellen Kaplan directs Keith Langsdale in this tour-de-force performance.
The audience becomes the interviewer to whom the Old Man talks, retelling and reliving his time in the camp. "I could be whatever they wanted...melt in...become part of the landscape...or better yet, turn into thin air so they could look right through me."
From his closet comes his camp uniform that quickly assumes a life of its own. The stories weave in and out of the Old Man’s memories and paint a picture both fascinating and horrifying.
Why now? Now we need to hear and see again what ‘humanity’ is capable of under duress and at its darkest moments. “You can’t just dispose of the past, cut it out like a malignant tumor! It’s still there, it’s still an intimate part of me...”

"I admired The Tattooed Man Tells All. It seems to me you handle both subject and dialogue with just the right degree of passion and distance. [...] Congratulations. I would imagine it is a part one of the best actors would like to take on."        The late Arnold Wesker

Limited seating. Buy tickets now at TATTOOED MAN TICKETS

STC and ArtWeekMassachusetts (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. This exhibition will be open to the public during that week - hours TBA.

On May 1, seniors from the surrounding towns and Greenfield will 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


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