Home Body’s sound is “new-wavy-electronic-a’pop’calyptic-shimmer-core that’s down to earth, vivid, and visceral. Synthesist Eric Hnatow uses old-school Korg synthesizers, drum machines, and note sequencers to build dark glitzy pop songs full of drive and surprise.”
The Son of the Sheik starring Rudolph Valentino gets live accompaniment by the world famous Alloy Orchestra on Sunday, February 14th at the Academy of Music Theatre in Northampton.
Among this year’s innovations is a PB&J Cafe for kids as ATF’s DInner Theatre presents “Stuart Little” complete with crafts, and a healthy and delicious meal to go with the show, in collaboration with Skidmore College.
Sam Rockwell has never given a bad performance. In this monologue, he recreates the Journal scene from Eric Bogosian’s “Drinking in America.”
Now well into their fifth decade, The Wailers truly are living legends who embody the nobility, conviction and progressiveness of Bob Marley and his music. Performing Feb. 14 as part of 10×10 Festival.
SPAC’s 50th Anniversary Celebration of this World Class Jazz Festival takes place June 25-26 and is again sponsored by Freihofer’s.
Kirsten Childs’ Bella: An American Tall Tale is a musical exploring the African-American experience in the Old West and has won the Tenth Annual New Musical Award from the Weston VT Playhouse with a FREE performance/concert on Feb. 27 and reception to follow.