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Arts / Theater / Dance

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Corinne Morgan of West Springfield tap dances Tuesday afternoon on Main Street in Northampton. Morgan was practicing some of the styles of dance she will perform and teach at the Southern Vermont Dance Festival, July 16 through 19 in Brattleboro.

Light on her feet

Friday, June 26, 2015

Historic Deerfield acquires tall case clock which had been on loan to museum for decade

Friday, June 26, 2015

DEERFIELD — History is often represented by points in time and Historic Deerfield will now have a slightly easier time keeping track of its relentless march with the acquisition of an 1803 tall case clock built by 19th-century Springfield cabinetmaker William Lloyd. The 9½-foot tall clock had been on loan to the museum …

Partners, new and old: VLO, Amherst Ballet to team up for Gilbert & Sullivan treat

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Even 144 years after W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan collaborated on their first opera, their Victorian comedies continue to bring people together. But the members of this iconic partnership produced work, separately, even before they became a permanent pair. Case in point: “Pineapple Poll,” Charles Mackerras’ 1951 ballet adaptation of W.S. Gilbert’s poem, …

Weekend Planner — Arts: ‘Art at Thistlebloom Farm’

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

The barn studio of Amherst’s Thistlebloom Farm (formerly known as Mad Woman Farm) will be put to use as a showcase for 10 local artists Saturday and Sunday. Called “Art at Thistlebloom Farm,” the event will also include …

Art Maker: Rob Kimmel |painter, curator

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Florence artist Rob Kimmel, 44, is busy these days, curating art shows: There’s a group show, “Horns to Tale,” on view through the end of June at the A.P.E. Gallery in Northampton in which a dozen artists have …

Kevin Gutting’s photo gallery: Castles made of sand

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Yes, those would be my feet ... and my “jammies.” And my sidewalk. And so, by turns, my ant hills — or at least they were. Such is the ephemeral nature of nature. While waiting to send my …

Your Photos

Saturday, June 20, 2015

Full Disclosure: New theater festival aims to engage audiences

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Linda McInerny thinks a lot about the brain. “I love neurology and I love the study of the brain and consciousness, and who we are as human beings,” McInerny said recently. The Old Deerfield Productions artistic director had …

Photo gallery: Last light

Thursday, June 18, 2015

I lucked into living in a beautiful spot in the woods between Goshen and Williamsburg along the West Branch of the Mill River. Usually by the time I make it home, though, after a day of photographing for …

Headliners: ‘Seminar’ at New Century Theatre; the Mutton and Mead Medieval Festival

Thursday, June 18, 2015

The write stuff? A tart Broadway comedy from 2011 by Teresa Rebeck, “Seminar” opens in an Upper West Side Manhattan apartment where four young writers are awaiting the arrival of Leonard, a once-celebrated novelist turned creative-writing guru who …

Pet photo series aims to counter ‘black dog’ theory

Sunday, June 14, 2015

MAYNARD — It was a summer day at the dog park when Fred Levy, a professional pet photographer, overheard a conversation that he couldn’t shake off. A woman was talking about “Black Dog Syndrome” — a theory that …

Wet paint: Northampton benches get public-art makeover

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Two years ago, benches in downtown Northampton were at the center of a brief controversy when Mayor David Narkewicz had several of the structures removed in response to complaints from business owners that aggressive panhandlers were occupying some …

Leapin’ Lizards: LSSE presents ‘Annie’ — a benefit concert

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Little Orphan Annie is about to find a home. On Saturday, the Amherst Leisure Services (LSSE) Youth Performing Arts Program will present a concert version of the Tony-Award winning play “Annie,” starring local youths. The production, a benefit …