03/03/2016 - 03/03/2016
03/05/2016 - 03/05/2016
Concert 7:30 pm Workshop 3-5 pm
Master singers at the oldest church in Tbilisi, members of the Anchiskhati Church Choir will present a program of secular and sacred music from the Republic of Georgia. In their first appearance in Ashfield, the members of Anchiskhati will sing folk songs from all regions of Georgia, accompanying themselves on chiboni (goatskin bagpipe) or chonguri (four-string lute), as well as haunting selections from their vast repertoire of church chants.
The Anchiskhati Ensemble will also offer a workshop, teaching folk and sacred songs in the harmonically unique style of Georgian polyphony.
03/13/2016 - 03/13/2016
11am at the Farm
A one-day workshop which introduces our 30-year-old training methodology. The day consists of a two-hour training session led by the ensemble, plus dinner with the ensemble, and a tour of our center. The Open Training is an ideal opportunity to get a sense of what we do and how we work. All levels – even the simply curious– welcome to attend.
03/18/2016 - 03/20/2016
March 18 - 20
This 3-day intensive layers individual and group work, rigorous physical training with improvisation, design, dramaturgy, the voice, and work with objects and flying.
Limited spots available. Early enrollment strongly suggested. For more information click here.
03/25/2016 - 03/25/2016
The ArtSalon is a dynamic social evening of engaging presentations by established and emerging artists in the Pioneer Valley. Come meet and join the artists, creators, critics, and collectors in a friendly, social gathering of conversations about the arts in our community.
For more information about The ArtSalon series click here.
04/01/2016 - 04/02/2016
Geddy Aniksdal's My Life as a Man
April 1 & 2 at 7:30 pm
Lars Vik's Mr. Fumblebody
April 2 at 2 pm matinee
About My Life as a Man:
An autobiographical excursion into the story of Geddy Aniksdal’s Norwegian working class origin, which then becomes her working class characters. Her stories in theatre, the reasons why she makes theatre, the meeting with others made possible through the work. A story of finding a room of one’s own.
About Mr. Fumblebody:
The character Mr. Fumblebody is inspired by (and is an homage to) the great silent movie comedians Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin – and early Jaques Tati. In this hilarious show, suitable for ages 5 and up, Mr Vik combines physical slapstick with vivid audience participation and hilarious improvisations. Performed in English.
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06/03/2016 - 06/17/2016
June 3 - 17
Participants join the company for two weeks of rigorous physical training, vocal, objects, improvisation, site-specific work, ensemble collaboration, dramaturgy, design, music.
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06/03/2016 - 08/27/2016
June 3 - August 27
This unique program is an opportunity to be fully immersed in all aspects of Double Edge's annual Summer Spectacle performance project. The program begins with a training foundation, as spectacle students participate in the 10-day Summer Training Intensive. The intensive is followed by 4 weeks of immersive production work on the building of the performance, both through extensive tech work as well as becoming integrated in the performance chorus. There are then 5 weeks of performance.
07/15/2016 - 08/22/2016
Previews: July 15 - 17
Performances: July 20 - August 21 Weds - Sun,
Monday August 22
Performances are held at 8pm, rain or shine
Once a Blue Moon (Cada Luna Azul) is based on magic realism and Latin American music and dance. Sources of research include paintings from Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, music and dance from murga to salsa to tango to candombe, and stories including Isabel Allende’s Eva Luna, Bioy Casares' Invention of Morel, and many other familiar poets and writers.
Advance ticket sales available to Double Edge Members. Our general box office will open in the spring.
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