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THE CALENDAR • CALENDAR DIRECTORYEXHIBITIONS

Feb 12-18 Feb 19-25Febr 26-March 4  • March 5-March 11 • March 12-March 18 March 19-March 25  March 26- April 1

SUNDAY

MONDAY
TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

5

 

THEATER

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Dorset Players • “Bus Stop” by William Inge (Show runs March 3-5 & 10-12) • 2 pm

 

Hubbard Hall • “The Book Club Play” (runs March 4-19 on Fri-Sun) • 2 pm

 


6

 

 



 

Tuesday
7

 

 

 


8

 

MUSIC


Williams • MIDWEEK MUSIC • 12:15 pm (bring lunch) • Chapin Hall • free • music.williams.edu

 

MISC.

 

SBK Social Justice Center • Community Justice Advocacy Program (CJAP) Training Schedule: today, “Social Emotional Learning” (Beautiful Men and Women NYC) • 6-8 pm • at Columbia County Chamber of Commerce (1 N Front Street) • info at 518-267-9673 or sbksocialjusticecenter1@gmail.com

 



 

Thursday
9

 

MUSIC

 


Crandall Library • Live! Folklife Concert: Ameranouche • 7:00-8:30 pm (doors, 6:30 pm) • Community Room • more info at 518-792-6508 x237

 

MISC.

 

• Zachary Wadsworth holds a Faculty Talk
“Breaking Eurydice.” Wadsworth discusses how old stories can be reframed and reimagined in contemporary music • 4:15 pm • Bernhard Music Center Room 30 • free • music.williams.edu


10

 

MUSIC

 


Berkshire Theatre Group • The TEN Tenors: The Power of TEN • 8 pm • the Colonial • info and link to tickets ($75/$40/$25) at www.berkshiretheatregroup.org

 

Williams • Williams Chamber Players with “Romanic Piano quartets – music of Turina and Faure” • 8 pm • Brooks-Rogers • free • music.williams.edu

 

THEATER

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Dorset Players • “Bus Stop” by William Inge (Show • “The Book Club Play” (runs March 4-19 on Fri-Sun) • 7:30 pm

 


11

 

MUSIC


Clark • Verdi’s “La Traviata” from the Met live in HD (also at the Mahaiwe and Paramount, see below) • 12:55 am • in the Clark’s newly renovated, state-of-the-art auditorium • tickets ($25, $18 for students) at 413-458-0524 or www.clarkart.edu

 

Helsinki Hudson • Bindlestiff Cirkus Cabin Fever Cabaret (adult oriented show) • 9 pm (doors 6 pm) • info and tickets ($25) at helsinkihudson.com

 

Mahaiwe • Met Opera Live in HD: Verdi’s “La Traviata” starring Sonya Yoncheva • 1 pm • info and tickets ($25/$18 students) at www.mahaiwe.org

 

MASS MoCA • Janka Nabay and The Bubu Gang “updating a form with 500-year-old roots in magic-infused folk ceremony into frenetic, hypnotic dance music with flourishes of electronica” • 8 pm • Club B10 • info and tickets ($10-$28) at massmoca.org

 

Paramount • Verdi’s “La Traviata” from the Met live in HD (also at the Clark and Mahaiwe — see above) • 12:55 pm • info and tickets at www.paramountvt.org or 802-

Paramount • UU Coffeehouse Concert Series: the Starline Rhythm Boys • 7:30 pm • at the Unitarian Universalist Church in downtown Rutland• $20 adv; $25 day of • info and tickets at www.paramountvt.org or 802-775-0903

 

Williams • Master Class – visiting artists Takács String Quartet • 5 pm • Brooks-Rogers • free • music.williams.edu


Troy Savings Bank Music Hall • stand-up comic Marc Maron • 8 pm • 30 2nd St, Troy, NY • 518-273-8945 • info and tickets ($34/$29) at www.troymusichall.org


THEATER

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Dorset Players • “Bus Stop” by William Inge (Show runs March 3-5 & 10-12) • 7:30 pm


Hubbard Hall • “The Book Club Play” (runs March 4-19 on Fri-Sun) • 2 & 7:30 pm

 

MISC.


High and Mighty Therapeutic Riding and Driving Center • 2017 Winter Lecture Series: today, Lisa Sandagata, MA, MT-BC, Music Therapy. The instructor demonstrates how music provides concrete, multi-sensory stimulation (audio, visual and tactile) that helps organize sensory systems including fine and gross motor coordination and auditory processing • 1-3 pm • 71 County Route C, Ghent, NY • $10 • map, sign up, and more info at high-n-mighty.org • 518-672-4202

 

Berkshire Festival of Women Writers •
“Child’s Play: A Writing Workshop with Lara Tupper”: In this informal writing workshop, you’ll mine childhood details and draft sketches of past foibles. You’ll look at examples of writing about childhood (both from a child’s perspective and an adult’s perspective) and share your work in a supportive, friendly space • 1:30-3:30 pm • Bard College at Simon’s Rock, 84 Alford Road, Great Barrington, MA• $35 • info at berkshirewomenwriters.org