Arts and Entertainment
The novel is based on the true story of Mary Rowlandson, who was captured by Indians in 1676 from her Massachusetts home.
Carraroe will be performing some JRH—jigs, reels, hornpipes—a few polkas and sets of tunes sung in the traditional Celtic tradition.
One dollar of every Citizen Cope ticket purchased will go to purchasing musical instruments for middle schoolers in Lame Deer, Montana, a community on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation.
Mr. Geering uses earthenware clays and glazes to make 17th and 18th century-style slipware pottery.
Think you've got issues? At least you've still got your job and your house wasn't robbed in broad daylight. "The Prisoner of Second Avenue," on stage in Woods Hole is bound to make your marriage look happy and your problems look small.
Luke talks to Peter Doom of Eight Feet Tall. The band formed in 2012 and recently released its second album, The Mask.
"The Celestials" is the fictional account of a little-known event that took place in North Adams in June of 1870.
The show will run Tuesday, August 12, through Saturday, August 16, at 8 PM, with a Thursday matinee at 2 PM.