The annual performance showcasing new solo work by first year MFA dance candidates: Nikki Carrara, Lucille Jun, Michelle Kassmann, and Anna Maynard. $1 at the door- reservations firstname.lastname@example.org See More
Smith College Jazz Ensemble bridges big band jazz with R&B, Motown, classic rock, and more in a family-friendly concert. Featuring free ice cream sundaes and plenty of space for dancing. Genevieve Rose, director.See More
Emily Dickinson: poet, recluse, a**hole. Loosely based on the Master Letters, Shut UP, Emily Dickinson! is a pseudo-historical, quasi-biographical, hysterically existential psycho-romance about America's most brilliant and annoying poetess. Holed up for all eternity in the bedroom of our minds, the “woman in white” stretches into a projection screen for truths, half-truths, truthiness, and truth-less-ness. She’s whatever you want her to be and nothing you imagined. Emily Dickinson is the…See More
Whether classical or cutting-edge, the arts at Smith never fail to inspire and engage audiences with vibrant and passionate performances that feature a world-class faculty, resident professionals, and showcase a wealth of student talent.
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Smith College Performing Arts venues include the 450-seat Theatre 14, the black box Hallie Flanagan Studio Theatre, Sweeney Concert Hall, Scott Dance Studio, Earle Recital Hall and John M. Greene Auditorium