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THE CENTER

elCELEBRATING 10 SEASONS

AT E A G L E H I L L

YOUR TICKET TO THE WORLD


Director’s Note Another great season! Our tenth season welcomes you with a fantastic event schedule. The season kicks off with an outdoor concert: 7 Bridges Road, the legendary Eagles cover band, will provide the entertainment in the outdoor amphitheater, and a variety of food trucks will offer refreshment. Our annual dinner and dancing event in April, featuring live music by swing sensation Danny Bacher, will warm up with a swing dance lesson by a veteran ballroom instructor. Then we’ll saunter upstairs for a scrumptious buffet dinner, and when the dance door opens, Danny and his band will keep you hopping all night! We’re mixing it up in all kinds of ways during this season’s lineup. Familiar favorites such as Little Mermaid, wonderfully retold, and a Cabaret by The Gilbert Players, share the spotlight with sophisticated harmonies from soul to funk by M-Pact. Returning acts such as The Second City—that famous improv comedy club from Chicago—and Svetlana and the Delancy Five—known for a hot jazz sound tempered with tenderness, warmth, soulfulness, and vulnerability—will share the season with several newcomers to The Center. The Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass will present a stunning range of musical offerings from solo trumpet, to brass quintet, to the full ten-piece ensemble with percussion. Jazz, Blues & Two Tattoos will take us to the streets of New Orleans, and Lightwire Theater will be back to celebrate the holiday season with A Very Electric Christmas in LED light on the dark stage. Bubble Trouble will bring us an opportunity to laugh and learn through children’s play. Our own Eagle Hill productions will present Our Town and the musical Les Misérables. The season ends with another outdoor concert. Starting in October, Art Tea return. The popular artist series is joined by three additional weekly Wednesday events to form Arts in the Box each month from October to May. This community arts series meets in our black-box Kresge Theater and will feature Baristas with Brushes, a “sip and paint” style workshop for teens; Cinema @ the Center, which will take you back with a lineup of 1980s movies; and a rousing discussion of great literature at In the Round will finish each month. Arts in the Box also welcomes you with Sip ’n’ Draw for adults in January, February, and March of 2018. We hope you’ll return for the classics you’ve come to love or try something new this year. Season ten invites you to find old friends, meet new ones, and discover vibrant connections to the arts. See you at The Center!

— JongHun Kim, Artistic Director — Carl R. Mercier, Technical Director

Sign up for our e-mail list, buy tickets, and learn more at www.thecenterateaglehill.org The Cultural Center at Eagle Hill is located at 242 Old Petersham Road in Hardwick, the heart of beautiful rural central Massachusetts. Purchasing Tickets Season subscriptions go on sale July 15, 2017: choose your favorite seat for the entire season at 20% off single-ticket prices! Not ready to commit to twelve shows? Try a regular subscription of any nine shows and take 10% off. Pick any six shows and get 5% off the ticket price with a mini subscription. Single tickets go on sale August 1st.

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D E TA I L S

Ticket sales will not be refunded unless a show is cancelled. Tickets can be exchanged in most cases by calling the box office at least one business day before a show. Ten percent discount available for groups of ten or more. Accessibility All events at The Cultural Center are fully handicapped accessible. Assistive listening devices are available upon request. Please let us know beforehand of any special needs so that we can fully accommodate them.

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ARTS IN THE BOX Art Tea: Conversations with local artists; enjoy fresh-brewed tea + snacks. Free Sip “n” Draw: A sip and paint for adults; cash wine bar available. $15 Baristas with Brushes: A sip and paint for teens. $10 “80s Cinema @ the Center: Classic movies on the big screen. $5 In the Round: A Book Club: A variety of genres to enjoy. Free

THE CENTER’S GOT TALENT

AUDITIONS FEB. 3RD 10AM

MARCH 24TH 7:30PM

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SPACES

THE GALLERIES AT EAGLE HILL

OPEN MON-FRI, 3:30-5:00 PM AND BY APPOINTMENT

STRIKE A MATCH

9/11/17 — 1/6/18

Linda Spelko and Juliet Bacchas Linda Spelko And Juliet Bacchas met at another pottery studio 15years ago. When we met we both had the same dream of having our own studio, today, together we own the Juliet Rose Gallery & Studio in Monson, Ma. For 13 years we have taught classes and workshops from our Monson studio as well as other studios. Part of our joy is to share our knowledge and love of clay with others in our classes and workshops. We have enjoyed traveling and doing art shows through out the New England states as well as, at least 3 shows per year at our studio. We thoroughly enjoy working in clay, the feel of the clay, the smell, it is a most beautiful medium to work with. Everyday it is a blessing to create wonderfully unique, original, handmade, and one of a kind pottery and sculptures that bring joy to others. Linda studied pottery at Palmer High School, home schooled her four daughters and then 13 years ago she returned to her love of clay. Her work is greatly inspired by nature and the Asian sense of lines and form. She has also drawn inspiration from the beautiful Jamaican landscape. Linda works predominantly on the potters wheel. Juliet studied at the Edna Manley College of Visual and Performing Arts. Her work is strongly influenced by nature and the culture and people of her birth Island (Jamaica). Juliet works with a hand building technique call African Coiling. African Coiling is originated in West Africa, which is thousands of years in tradition. We thoroughly enjoy working together and sometimes we have the pleasure of collaborating on a project such as the Carved Globes. Some of our Globes are wheel thrown and some are African coiled. All of them are hand carved and hand cut negative spaces.

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SPACES

THE GALLERIES AT EAGLE HILL

OPEN MON-FRI, 3:30-5:00 PM AND BY APPOINTMENT

1/15/18 — 4/7/18

Marina Allen In Marina’s work she recognizes themes regarding systems, rules, and notation. She’s interested in forms motivated by choice to arrive at chance 'moments'. Marina finds herself beginning a composition striving for simplicity and order only to end with what behaves like the opposite. In these selected works, she is attempting, without using irony, to subvert the idea that art has value if it reads as 'serious'. She sees her process reflecting a stronger need to articulate and organize thought, a movement toward clarity and articulation. Marina is inspired by Yoko Ono's instructional paintings, John Cage's relationship to music and visual art, Kandinsky, Judy Ledgerwood, Allison Miller, Jenny Holzer, Mary Heilmann, Agnes Martin, Claude Viallat, and Serge Jensen. OPENING RECEPTION 1/20/18 5:30 PM TICKETS:413-477-6746 413-477-6746 TICKETS:

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SHOWS

7 BRIDGES ROAD

9/16 @ 2:00 PM $20 (kids 12 and under free) • OUTDOOR CONCERT

M-PACT

9/30 @ 7:30 PM

Our first fabulous tribute show will be performing in the Outdoor Amphitheater and will make for a delightful Saturday afternoon treat. 7 Bridges Road, a spot-on re-creation of the original EAGLES, made up of six singers and instrumentalists, is a unique tribute act. Unlike some groups, they don’t play the individual members of the Eagles; instead, they perform the music as it was meant to be performed; with passion, expertise, and a lot of attention to detail. The result is an astoundingly great sounding show, re-creating the vocal harmonies and instrumental arrangements that comprise the Eagles’ body of work. They been have haled “Truly a Masterpiece”. There will be cash bar and food truck vendors placed on the premise to supply you with a variety of food and refreshments for your enjoyment.

The smooth soul of Sam Smith, the percussive power of Stomp, the funk and groove of Bruno Mars, the sophisticated harmonies of Take 6, and the brass bite of the Michael Bublé Big Band. Hailed as “one of the best pop-jazz vocal groups in the world” by the San Francisco Chronicle, M-Pact is respected worldwide as a cutting-edge trailblazer in the realm of vocal music. Emerging from an age of auto-tune and overproduction, this Los Angeles-based ensemble has cultivated a new generation of ears hungry for the fresh, raw power of nature’s first instrument—the human voice.

$36/32 • SPECIAL EVENTS

ARTS IN THE BOX

STARTING IN OCTOBER

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SHOWS SVETLANA & THE DELANCY FIVE

10/14 @ 7:30 PM $28/24 • JAZZ/SWING CONCERT

Making hot jazz sound cool, Svetlana is a vocalist, songwriter, and arranger from New York with a sound that has at once tenderness, warmth, soulfulness, and vulnerability, as well as an unexpected edge and power of a seasoned vocalist. From premier NYC jazz clubs to the underground world of secret speakeasies, Svetlana & The Delancey Five is “very sweet & naughty” (Jazzlives), “energetic” (Wall Street Journal), and “delightful” (WRHU Jazz Radio). A Golden Age-inspired swing band playing hard swinging 1920s-40s jazz standards as well as charismatic originals. Featuring Svetlana’s warm and devine vocals backed by the band members’ harmonizing and virtuoso instrumentals— their tunes are so infectious, they’ll steal your heart and sweep you off your feet!

ARTS IN THE BOX 10/4 @ 4 PM

Art Tea (free)—Conversation + tea + snacks Suzanne Alward, Visual Artist

10/11 @ 6 PM

Baristas with Brushes ($10)—Sip + paint for teens Caramel Apple Cider

10/18 @ 7 PM

Cinema @ the Center ($5)—Ghostbusters Dir. Ivan Rietman (1984)

10/25 @ 6 PM

In the Round (free)—Elizabeth Strout Anything Is Possible

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JAZZ, BLUES AND TWO TATTOOS

Gary Negbaur’s ankles bear the symbols of New Orleans and New York. He keeps a foot in each musical world while also touring worldwide performing the music of the “20s to today. This pianist/singer has grooved at the Superdome in New Orleans, knocked them out at Birdland in NYC, and raised the roof at South by Southwest in Austin. In Paris, he brought the audience to their feet at the legendary Le Bilboquet.

11/4 @ 7:30 PM

$26/$22 JAZZ/BLUES CONCERT

Little Mermaid

GILBERT PLAYERS PRESENTS

11/17, 24, 25/17 @ 7:30PM 11/18, 19, 26/17 @ 2:30PM

$16/14/12 • FAMILY TIME / THEATER

Ariel, a young mermaid princess, desires to become human. She is the daughter of King Triton, ruler of Atlantis, who forbids her to ever go above waters. One night, the handsome Prince Eric falls from his ship, and Ariel saves him from drowning. She falls in love with him. He falls in love with her voice. Desperate to be with him, she makes a deal with Ursula the Sea Witch to become human in exchange for giving up her voice but must be kissed by Prince Eric within three days. The kiss ALMOST happens, but Ursula works her magic and destroys the moment, which in the end also destroys her... leaving behind a happy ending.

ARTS IN THE BOX 11/1 @ 4 PM

Art Tea (free)—Conversation + tea + snacks Tom Gaskill, Recreational Artist

11/8 @ 6 PM

Baristas with Brushes ($10)—Sip + paint for teens Caramel Cappuccino

11/15 @ 7 PM

Cinema @ the Center ($5)—Sixteen Candles Dir. John Hughes (1984)

11/29 @ 6 PM

In the Round (free)—Yaa Gyasi Homegoing

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A VERY ELECTRIC CHRISTMAS

Follow the story of a young bird named Max and his family as they begin their journey south for the winter. When Max gets blown off course and ends up at the North Pole, his adventure begins! Dancing toy soldiers, caroling worms, and a performing poinsettia light up the stage in Lightwire Theater’s A Very Electric Christmas. Audiences of all ages will treasure this magical and captivating tale of family, friendship, and hope set to timeless holiday hits by superstars including Nat King Cole, Mariah Carey, and Tchaikovsky. Lightwire Theater is internationally recognized for it’s electroluminescent artistry, and poignant storytelling. The show is performed in complete darkness. Brighten your holidays this season with Lightwire Theater’s A Very Electric Christmas.

12/1 @ 6:30 PM

$25 ADULT / SENIOR / $15 / 12 AND UNDER

ARTS IN THE BOX 12/6 @ 4 PM

Art Tea (free)—Conversation + tea + snacks Jeremy Geragotelis, Script Writer

12/13 @ 6 PM

Baristas with Brushes ($10)—Sip + paint for teens Peppermint Mocha

12/20 @ 7 PM

Cinema @ the Center ($5)—Back to the Future Dir. Robert Zemeckis (1985)

12/27 @ 6 PM

In the Round (free)—No Book Club Happy Holidays!

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THE SECOND CITY

SHOWS Performing social and political satire in two 45-minute acts of scripted scenes, music, and improvisation, The Second City Touring Company is always original, daring, and hilarious. Look Both Ways Before Talking provides an irreverent look at America’s insanity. This topical new show features political satire made famous by Second City stars such as Tina Fey and Stephen Colbert, as well as brand-new scenes, songs, and improv straight from their sold-out shows in Chicago and Toronto. It’s a must-see evening of comedy that features some of Chicago’s best and brightest and a majority of laughs!

1/20 @ 7:30 PM $36/32 • COMEDY

OUR TOWN

EAGLE HILL SCHOOL PRESENTS

1/26, 27 @ 7:30 PM & 1/28 @ 2:30 PM

Eagle Hill Productions presents Our Town by American playwright Thornton Wilder. This story has been the subject of stage play, motion picture, Broadway musical, and classical opera. It tells the story of small town Grover's Corners between 1901 and 1913 through the everyday lives of its citizens. Throughout, Wilder uses metatheatrical devices, such as setting the play in the actual theater where it is being performed. Our Town won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1938.

$10 • DRAMA / STUDENT THEATER

ARTS IN THE BOX 1/10 @ 6 PM

Sip ‘n’ Draw ($15)—Sip + paint for adults Wine Cash Bar Available

1/17 @ 6 PM

Baristas with Brushes ($10)—Sip + paint for teens White Chocolate Mocha

1/24 @ 7 PM

Cinema @ the Center ($5)—The Breakfast Club Dir. John Hughes (1985)

1/31 @ 6 PM

In the Round—Kate Kitamura A Separation

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SHOWS

RODNEY MARSALIS PHILADELPHIA BIG BRASS

2/10 @ 7:30 PM

The Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass is a family act and had its beginnings on the streets of New Orleans. On the advice of Ellis Marsalis, the group created a concert format that breaks the usual barriers between genres and strives to create a connection between the audience and performers. Ranging from solo trumpet, to brass quintet, to the full ten-piece ensemble with percussion, this group reflects the diverse makeup of men and women in American culture. They’ve appeared on the world's most prominent stages and performed with such groups as the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Baltimore Symphony, and many more, as well as debuting on National Public Radio’s "All Things Considered”d."

$36/32/25 • BIG BRASS BAND

ARTS IN THE BOX 2/7 @ 4 PM

Art Tea (free)—Conversation + tea + snacks Natasha Sharpe, Animator, Illustrator & Sharpie Enthusiast

2/7 @ 6 PM

Sip “n” Draw ($15)—Sip + paint for adults Wine Cash Bar Available

2/14 @ 6 PM

Baristas with Brushes ($10)—Sip + paint for teens Caramel Macchiato

2/21 @ 7 PM

Cinema @ the Center ($5)—The Princess Bride Dir. Rob Reiner (1987)

2/28 @ 6 PM

In the Round (free)—Susan Rivers The Second Mrs. Hockaday

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SALOON — A MUSICAL ADVENTURE

You will see a spectacular version of the Wild West story at Saloon. America is expanding. The railroad is snaking westward. A town comes to life, and the saloon doors swing open revealing a motley cast of characters, each with a tale to tell. In Saloon, dynamic folk music and strains of fiddle set the tone for an acrobatic comedy that sweeps up the audience in a flurry of energy. True to its origins, Cirque Éloize has created a show that is a heady mix of theatricality, humor, acrobatics, and a return to live music.

3/9 @ 7:30 PM

$38/34 • MUSICAL CIRQUE SHOW

THE CENTER’S GOT TALENT

Join us for our sixth annual community talent show. This event is open to all residents of Central Massachusetts (watch our website for audition information) and has seen contestants ranging from age 4 to 64! Past acts have included singers, dancers, jugglers, stand-up comedians, and more. Vote for your favorite act to win the “Audience Choice” award. A fun night out for the whole family, and all profits go to a local fundraiser!

3/24@ 7:30 PM

$10 • SPECIAL EVENTS

ARTS IN THE BOX 3/7 @ 4 PM

Art Tea (free)—Conversation + tea + snacks Ingrid Escobar, Water Colors

3/7 @ 6 PM

Sip “n” Draw Sip + paint for adults Wine Cash Bar available

3/14 @ 6 PM

Baristas with Brushes ($10)—Sip + paint for teens Cinnamon Hazelnut Latte

3/21 @ 7 PM

Cinema @ the Center ($5)—Pretty In Pink Dir. Howard Deutch (1986)

3/28 @ 6 PM

In the Round (free)—Robert Glancy Please Do Not Disturb

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SWING DANCE W/ DANNY BACHER

This is our annual dinner and dancing event, featuring live music by Danny Bacher. Warm up with a swing dance lesson by a veteran swing instructor and then saunter upstairs for a scrumptious buffet dinner. Then the dance floor opens. All are welcome! Danny is a dynamic entertainer—and does he swing! Danny Bacher is a fresh new face on the jazz landscape, and his prowess on the saxophone makes him one of the hottest musicians on the scene today. His multifaceted life experience includes work as an actor, writer, and comedian (he is a proud member of the New York Friars Club).

4/7 @ 5:OO PM

$45/40 • JAZZ/DINNER DANCE

GILBERT PLAYERS PRESENTS STAY TUNED... STAY TUNED...Our upcoming cabaret brings you the best of the best. Comedy, improv, and songs from the era of black and white TV to the big screens of today. Join the Gilbert Players in our most charming and chaotic cabaret yet!

4/14, 21 @ 7:30 PM 4/15, 22 @ 2:30 PM

Stay tuned...

$12 • CABARET THEATER

ARTS IN THE BOX 4/4 @ 4 PM

Art Tea (free)—Conversation + tea + snacks Rose Martin, Percussionist

4/11 @ 6 PM

Baristas with Brushes ($10)—Sip + paint for teens Raspberry White Chocolate Mocha

4/18 @ 7 PM

Cinema @ the Center ($5)—Ferris Bueller’s Day Off Dir. John Hughes (1986)

4/25 @ 6 PM

In the Round—Elizabeth Alexander The Light of the World

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EAGLE HILL SCHOOL PRESENTS

Les Misérables, presented by Eagle Hill Productions, is an epic and uplifting story about the survival of the human spirit. Jean Valjean is released from years of unjust imprisonment, but he finds nothing in store for him but mistrust and mistreatment. He breaks his parole in hopes of starting a new life, initiating a lifelong struggle for redemption as he is relentlessly pursued by police inspector Javert, who refuses to believe Valjean can change his ways. During the Paris student uprising of 1832, Javert must confront his ideals after Valjean spares his life and saves that of the student revolutionary who has captured the heart of Valjean's adopted daughter.

5/11, 12 @ 7:30 PM 5/13 @ 2:30PM $10 • MUSICAL / STUDENT THEATER

BUBBLE TROUBLE

A bubble volcano. A bubble roller coaster. A kid in a bubble? Jeff Boyer takes bubbles to the max in this one-man bubble extravaganza. It’s the craziest, most creative bubble show around. Mixing comedy, music, and interactive bubble-magic, he engages and delights audiences of all ages. Jeff Boyer is an internationally acclaimed pioneer of highly interactive community-based bubble performance. A variety artist with over 25 years of entertainment experience, specializing in inclusion and diversity performances, he seamlessly engages audiences beyond language, cultural, age, and ability barriers.

5/26 @ 2:30 PM $26/22 • FAMILY IMAGINATION

ART IN THE BOX 5/2 @ 4 PM

Art Tea (free)—Conversation + tea + snacks Carl Mercier & Jason Preston, Scenic Artists

5/9 @ 6 PM

Baristas with Brushes ($10)—Sip + paint for teens Chai Tea Latte

5/16 @ 7 PM

Cinema @ the Center ($5)—The Goonies Dir. Richard Donner (1985)

5/23 @ 6 PM

In the Round—No Book Club

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OUTDOOR MOVIE 6/28/18 Throwback Family Movie @ 8:30 PM $10 (age 12 and under free) & free popcorn E.T. (1982), directed by Steven Spielberg

ART IN THE BOX

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SHOWS CORVETTES DOO WOP REVUE AND CAR SHOW

7/7 @ 5:00 PM $22 • OUTDOOR CONCERT (12 AND UNDER FREE)

"A rollicking ride through the good old days of Rock & Roll": Corvettes Doo Wop Revue is dedicated to preserving and performing some of the greatest music ever made—the music of the 1950’s doo-wop era. From New Hampshire to New Orleans and Virginia to Vegas, the Corvettes perform the great music of the Doo Wop era with a fresh new energy. Their incredibly entertaining show and comical stage antics have left many a happy audience screaming for more! In the tradition of legendary doowop revivalists Sha Na Na, every Corvettes show is more than a concert--it’s an all-out Doo Wop celebration! In addition to performing their own outstanding concerts, the Corvettes tour with many legendary doo-wop groups including The Drifters, The Tokens, Danny & The Juniors, The Platters, The Marvelettes, The Shangri Las, The Shirelles, The Belmonts, Gary U.S. Bonds, The Del-Vikings, The Teenagers and many more. Some of the great hits you might expect to hear at a Corvettes Doo Wop Revue show: “Come Go With Me - Little Darlin’ - Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On - At The Hop - The Twist - Earth Angel - Sea Cruise Rock Around The Clock - In The Still Of The Night - Runaround Sue - Runaway - Palisades Park - Twistin’ The Night Away Splish Splash - Shake Rattle & Roll” and many more! There will be a cash bar and food truck vendors on the quad to supply a variety of food and refreshment for your pleasure.

OUTDOOR MOVIE 7/26/18 Throwback Family Movie @ 8:30 PM $10 (age 12 and under free) & free popcorn Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), directed by Steven Spielberg TICKETS: 413-477-6746 TICKETS: 413-477-6746

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