Eggtooth Productions Presents: A HAPPENING
Friday, October 21, 7:00 pm until 10:00 pm
Featuring Direction and Design by Cloudgaze Productions. Entry as early as 6:00/ Experience begins at 7
This time of year the veil grows thin. On October 21st experience what's on the other side.
After a successful inaugural year in October 2021, this multifaceted festival will be returning to the Shea Theater as an evolving community tradition. The collision of evocative art forms, including, but not limited to music, dance, theater, sculpture, painting, and film with a “choose your own adventure” structure creates a uniquely powerful immersive experience for performers and audience alike, where the lines between witness and participant are disrupted and dissolved.
A mainstay of this festival is the “Marketplace," which occupies the theater space and features vendors working across varied mediums. The theme of this year’s Festival is STORYTELLING. Participants are invited into a strange and mysterious tale-- a whimsical myth in which the magic of music brings stories to life. Underscored by the sonic musings of SVIP, regional Valley artists including thespians, dancers, sculptors and more, collectively create multi-sensory installations for guests to explore.
“A HAPPENING” is derived from the creative vision of Cloudgaze Productions as a culmination of Creative Laboratory sessions held throughout the past year.
Co-Directed by : Sam V. Perry, K Adler, Joshua Ruder, and Rebecca Schrader Performances : Friday, October 21st and Saturday (ticketed event with performances) & October 22nd (free admission, installations only)
*Please note that audience may be asked to climb stairs and traverse dimly lit spaces. Audience may also experience art and encounters from the main level of the theater.*
Join us for an evening of revelry through auditory and visual delights.
made possible by support from
The Community Foundation of Western MA
The Massachusetts Cultural Council
Cohn and Company Real Estate
With Special thanks to MASS MoCA’s Assets for Artists Program
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