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Mr. drag and Karl return!

On Saturday, October 5 at 7:30 pm and Sunday, October 6 at 7:30 Pm at 10 forward (formerly the root cellar) on fisk ave. in Greenfield!

We're back! After a summer away @mrdragandkarl are back and ready to perform for you! Join us for our show #morningvodka, It will be an evening of story, song, and copious amounts of martini drinking. Plus a surprise musical guest! Tickets are $15 at the door and ! See you there!




is a two day celebration of difference and unity in downtown Greenfield. Following the destruction of the portraits on the First National Bank on Bank Row of Joe Dulude II taken by photographer, Wheaton Mahoney, the greater Greenfield creative community came together to look for the positive in the event. THIS IS US is their response. Eggtooth Productions invites everyone who would like to have their portrait taken to come to 156 Main Street, have their photo snapped from 2 pm til 4 pm on Saturday, October 5, 2019. When the photo session is complete they will create slide shows of the portraits to be projected upon buildings including the First National Bank and the Salvation Army building after dark on October 5, from about 8 pm til about 10 pm.

In addition to the new portraits, they will project Sara K. Lyons’ (with Rhonda Anderson) project previously commissioned by Eggtooth and supported by MCC, and the Markham Nathan Fund for Social Justice. It’s called Vital. Vibrant. Visible. and it is a series of photographic portraits of local indigenous people who live here in the Pioneer Valley.

In the spirit of coming together, Joe Dulude came up with the idea of taking photographic portraits of the diverse community that truly represents Franklin County and Greenfield. With that in mind, they have invited four local photographers: Wheaton Mahoney, Kate Hunter, Anja Schutz, and Sara K. Lyons to participate in a pop-up, drop in photo booth. Dulude had this to say, “I wanted to respond to hate with positivity and inclusion for all of the community. Greenfield is such a diverse town and I wanted to show that diversity on a grander scale. The only way to move on from hate is with love and compassion.”

Wheaton Mahoney’s portraits of Joe Dulude II in drag will also be projected, the second time they will light up the night. The first time being at a showing last month in response to the destruction.

ANnouncing our partnership with Punchdrunk

Thanks to a grant from the Barr Foundation through the community foundation of western mass, eggtooth will share the US debut of:

A SMALL TALE, an education program from punchdrunk enrichment

So who is punchdrunk? Punchdrunk is an award-winning international theatre company with a reputation for ground-breaking productions that blend classic texts, physical performance and design installation in unexpected sites. You may know their long running immersive theater experience called sleep no more that has been running in NYC since 2011.

Since 2008, Punchdrunk Enrichment has delivered magical projects with over 100 UK primary schools, taking Punchdrunk’s immersive ethos and high production values into school settings, creating experiences to inspire and ignite pupils’ imaginations and accelerate learning.

A Small Tale: A Teacher-led Adventure is a Punchdrunk Enrichment project, led by the teacher in the classroom. The project aims to inspire and develop imaginative teaching practices for literacy; placing the teacher at the centre of the creativity.

Eggtooth will be engaging first and second grade classes from Hampden, Hampshire, and Franklin counties to participate in this award winning project. We are in the planning stages right now and will have More information soon.


an image of a uk class engaging in “a small tale”