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Parties & Openings


November 18 - Norfolk
CultureMAX! Awards

November 15 - Stockbridge
Mort K√ľnstler's NRM Opening

November 14 - Pittsfield
Festival Of Trees 2014

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Everyone Loves Lizzie at Shakespeare & Company

It was an early Valentine’s Day for Elizabeth Aspenlieder on Thursday, February 12,  when the longtime Shakespeare & Company actress was honored with a cocktail reception before she performed in the one-woman play Bad Dates. Everyone was talking about how Lizzie had received a well-deserved rave review from The Wall Street Journal. Shakespeare & Company founder Tina Packer expressed fears that she could lose one of her favorite actresses to Broadway or Hollywood because New York agents have been trekking to Lenox to check out Lizzie’s bravura performance.
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Actress Elizabeth Aspenlieder, playwright Jodi Rothe, and Mary C. Huntington, artistic director of Boston’s Nora Theatre Company.

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Pine Cone Hill’s Annie Selke with Reid White; screenwriter Brenda Nielson with Molly Boxer.

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Carolann Patterson with Shakespeare & Company capital campaign director Bonnie Stevens; Berskhire Mountain Distillers’ Chris Weld with his wife, Tyler.

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Screenwriter Maria Nation and Kelley Vickery, founder of the Berkshire International Film Festival.

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