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Wednesday, December 31 1969


Educational Opportunities from Piti Theatre

Adapted from a Piti Theatre Company press release:

This spring, Jonathan Mirin, Artistic Director of Piti Theatre Company, and his wife, Godeliève Richard, will be leading classes in both writing and carving to help people connect with their creative side.

Nobody Can Deny

Some of you may have noticed videos not playing on our website yesterday evening, or saw one of our announcements or social media posts about technical difficulties. Thankfully, everything is working just fine now but we thought you might want to know what happened. It turns out that our Video on Demand provider was experiencing a Denial of Service (DOS) attack.

Syrup Arts Fest 2015 is Almost Here

Adapted from a Piti Theatre Company press release:

Spring has sprung!  Piti Theatre's 6th annual celebration of performance and sap, SYRUP: One Sweet Performing Arts Festival, is coming up this Saturday, March 21st, at Memorial Hall in Shelburne Falls. This year's headliner is Nimble Arts, whose award winning troupe of circus artists have performed with Cirque du Soleil, Cirque Eloize, and the Big Apple Circus. Come enjoy their cirque spectacular RUCKUS! at 5PM.

Suds & Soliloquies Starts Friday

What do Dirty Dan Dinglethorpe and Hamlet have in common?  Find out when two comedies take the stage at Frontier Regional, courtesy of The Country Players Youth Theater.

Syrup Arts Fest 2014 is Almost Here

Adapted from a Piti Theatre Company press release:

The sap is running . . . finally, and that means it's time for Piti Theatre's 5th annual celebration of performance and spring.  "SYRUP:  One Sweet Performing Arts Festival" will take place on Saturday, March 22nd, at Memorial Hall in Shelburne Falls.  This year's headliner is Avner the Eccentric, whose one man show, "Exceptions to Gravity", has been on Broadway and toured around the world.  Come enjoy it at 5pm.

Greenfield Resident SerahRose Roth brings “Two-Headed” home

From a GAN-e-meed Theatre Project press release:

SerahRose Roth is proud to bring GAN-e-meed Theatre Project’s production of Julie Jensen’s Two-Headed home as part of its New England tour.  This intimate exploration of the friendship of two women on the early Mormon frontier features Roth (GAN-e-meed’s Executive Artistic Director) and Brattleboro, VT native Kara Manson. Becky Webber, who played Horatio in GAN-e-meed’s 2011 all-female Hamlet starring Roth, directs.

“I am thrilled to bring a piece of art with which I am integrally involved into my own community, for the first time.  That doesn’t happen a lot with professional theatre” says Roth.  She moved here with her young daughter in 2011 after acting, directing and producing theatre in Boston and Chicago, and continues to lead GAN-e-meed, whose work is most often performed in Boston.  “In Greenfield, I found a vibrant community that supports the arts as integral to life. From the start, GAN-e-meed has valued the opportunity to bring high quality theatre to smaller communities.  Greenfield has a thriving culture that is simply aching for more theatre arts.”

Syrup Arts Fest 2012

From a Piti Theatre Company newsletter:

Is it already March?  Then the sap's running and it's time for Piti Theatre's celebration of art and sap - SYRUP: One Sweet Performing Arts Festival this Saturday at Memorial Hall in Shelburne Falls. The festival is growing this year! Internationally renowned dance-mime artist Karen Montanaro is with us for 3 days

Locals Provide A Chance to Bee Helpful

From a Piti Theatre Company Press release:

It's winter and honeybees and other pollinators are busy trying to survive. As you may have heard, winged workers are having a tough time these days. Ecologically, the plight of the bee is profoundly connected with a multitude of important environmental issues - how we grow our food, pesticide use, development, monoculture and GMO crops, etc., etc.

Backwards Week in Review

Because it's a short week, and we're involved in things happening this weekend, we want to take a few moments to talk about the end of the week first. 

Tomorrow is Veterans Day and Greenfield will be recognizing our servicemen and women with a parade through downtown and ceremonies at Veterans Mall.  Even though we're closed, one of our staff members will be on location tomorrow morning to film the parade and recognitions so that you can watch them on Cable Channel 15 next week or online as part of our Video on Demand Player.

GCTV's office will be CLOSED on Friday, November 11th, for Veterans' Day.

Our office will be closed on Friday, November 11th for Veterans Day but our studio will be open Friday November 11th & Saturday November 12th for Double Take Fringe Festival Performances beginning a ½ hour before each showtime.  For more information please see  Our office will re-open at 10AM on Monday, November 14th.