Four Sundays in February Event #5
Brought to you in part by: Cooley Dickinson Medical Group
When: Sunday February 28 – 2:00PM, Doors Open at 1:30PM
Where: Academy of Music Theatre, 274 Main Street Northampton, MA 01060
DAY AT DOOR - $12 Adults, $10 Senior 65+/Veterans, $7 Children 12&Under
Ticket Outlets: Academy of Music Theatre Box Office, State Street Fruit Store in Northampton, Cooper’s Corner in Florence, A.J. Hastings in Amherst
A showcase of the BEST local talent at the Valley’s FAVORITE variety show in the Pioneer Valley’s MOST BELOVED theatre!
Part I: Dr. K’s Roadside Storytime sets the stage for the Really Big Gong Show this year, stitching the written word of late legend Kurt Vonnegut and others into a show-and-tell medley of local performers, featuring also original compositions by Phish drummer, Jon Fishman.
Part II: Steve Westfield of the Pajama Slave Dancers hosts the Gong Show with music from the Really Big Show orchestra led by Jim Armenti. Appearances from the School for Contemporary Dance and Thought, Peter Blanchette of the Happy Valley Guitar Orchestra, fiddler Zoë Darrow and a variety of surprise performers. Enjoy witty quips by our celebrity judge panel featuring comedian Pam Victor, Northampton Police Chief Jody Kasper, WRSI - 93.9 The River radio personality Monte Belmonte. Win prizes! See your friends and loved ones display their talents! What celebrities will be featured this year? Will they get gonged off stage?
|The Really Big Gong Show is possible due to support from our sponsors|
- Four Sundays in February/KidsBestFest-YouthFilm are produced by the Northampton Arts Council
- KidsBestBest-YouthFilm is co-presented by the Academy of Music Theatre
- Proceeds from shows benefit ArtsEZ Grant Round administered by the Northampton Arts Council
- Brought to you in part by: Lathrop Communities & Gage Wiley
- Media Support: The Daily Hampshire Gazette, The River-WRSI 93.9 FM, WFCR-NEPR, WGBY, NCTV, Valley Free Radio, The Valley Advocate/Preview Massachusetts, The Republican
- Organizational Support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the City of Northampton