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PAST EXPERIENCES

Sam’s Place

The Shea and Eggtooth Productions presented an immersive club experience called Sam's Place on three consecutive nights at the Shea Theater in Turners Falls, MA. Sam's place offers a cash bar featuring local beer, wine, and custom champagne cocktails with live music in an immersive theater experiences with new performers every night. Photos by Dan Little.

RADFEST!

THE RADICAL INTERCONNECTEDNESS FESTIVAL OFFERed ART OF ALL KINDS CREATED BY ARTISTS ADDRESSING THE CONCERNS OF MARGINALIZED COMMUNITIES.THEATER, MUSIC, INSTALLATION, DANCE, POETRY, VIDEO, ETC. ALL PRESENTED IN DOWNTOWN TURNERS FALLS IN A VARIETY OF ALTERNATIVE VENUES LIKE STOREFRONTS, REPURPOSED CHURCHES, THE DISCOVERY CENTER, THE SHEA THEATRE - ALL IN WALKING DISTANCE.


Photos by Matt cavanaugh

VALENTINE SHOW, February 2019 Shea Theatre, photos by Matt Cavanaugh

activist art generator, april 2018

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Writer Jan Maher presents the culmination of her group's brainstorming session with Eggtooth Productions director Linda McInerney.

[Trish Crapo photo.]

First Activist Art Generator “unconference” held at the Shea Theater, Turners Falls, MA

On a rainy day at the end of April, more than two dozen artists of varying persuasions — actors, poets, costume designers, visual artists, installation artists, puppeteers and musicians, to name a few — met for an “unconference” at the Shea Theater in Turners Falls, MA.

 

Full Disclosure Festival, Turners Falls, MA 2018

 

2018, JINGLEFEST

An offering of performance art in open storefronts in downtown Greenfield, featuring Fine House, Christmas Carol, The Belmonte Brothers, Wheaton Mahoney, and Theatre Truck. photos by Matt Cavanaugh.

2017, Full Disclosure Festival: RADICAL INTERCONNECTEDNESS

was a weekend long festival that took place on October 20 and 21, 2017 on the Town Common and in a variety of spaces all within walking distance in Downtown Amherst. Regional artists were commissioned to create work upon the theme of our inter-connection with one another and to the earth. Art included original dance, theater, sculpture, immersive theater, folk opera, music, spoken word, and a primordial web of connection built on the Common. Also, conversations with thought leaders who study the ways we are connected (ie physicists, social activists, etc.) were offered in nooks and crannies of local businesses. photos by sophie Carreras.

 

2017, Deus Ex machina

Deus Ex Machina puts the historic Shea theater at the center. Be a witness to the magic created in the front and the back of the stage. Become part of the show - a vaudeville rehearsal, the ghosts of the past, the costuming, the makeup - through dozens of disorienting and thrilling encounters, and reunite when it the world resolves at the end of the evening. Photos by Sloan Tomlinson.

2017, Perception and Fine House

We invite you to enter Fine House, a gallery of moving installations, where fine art and fun house collide. Experience new concert dance from the region’s finest choreographers. The Dance Co-operative explores its theme, Perception, through varied lenses; to challenge and delight you. Come, enjoy this multifaceted adventure!