Reading of "Mr. Fullerton, Between the Sheets" at Ventfort Hall

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LENOX, Mass. — Anne Undeland's newest play, "Mr. Fullerton, Between the Sheets" was produced in 2021 by Great Barrington Public Theater and was nominated for four Berkshire Theater Critics Association Awards, including Outstanding New Play, and the Berkshire cast, along with director, Judy Braha, will do a reading at Ventfort Hall on Sunday, May 15 at 7 pm. 
After a sold-out run at Great Barrington Public Theater in 2021, "Mr. Fullerton" has been picked up by Gloucester Stage for a whole new production this summer. 
According to a press release, "Mr. Fullerton" takes place in Paris in 1908 and brings together Edith Wharton, her dear friend Henry James, her lover Morton Fullerton and her Irish lady's maid Posy in an eyebrow-raising retelling of Wharton's actual mid-life romance. 
Anne Undeland is a member of the Dramatists Guild, Howl Playwrights, The Writers' Rock, and Berkshire Voices. Her work has been presented around the country with her short, "The Kiss" winning best play at the Ten Minute Play Festival at the West Side Y and her audio piece, "Adeline's Gambol," a finalist for the Miller Audio Award at the Missouri Review. Her full-length play, "Lady Randy," was produced by WAM Theatre and performed at Shakespeare & Co in Lenox, MA in 2019,
Tickets are $25. Reservations are required. For reservations call us at (413) 637-3206. All tickets are nonrefundable and non-exchangeable. Proof of vaccination and ID required. The historical mansion is located at 104 Walker Street in Lenox.

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'Gatsby in Connecticut' at Ventfort Hall

LENOX, Mass. Filmmaker and director Robert Steven Williams will show his documentary film "Gatsby in Connecticut," at Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum on Saturday, May 21 at 3:30 pm. 
The seventy-minute film will be followed by a discussion about the making of the documentary by Mr. Williams. Attendees are encouraged to wear 1920's inspired attire. 
A special tea will be served following the program.
According to Williams, the writer's inspiration came not from his time spent on Long Island's Gold Coast, but rather from the wild summer of 1920 in Connecticut where the Fitzgeralds lived next door to a mystery millionaire who threw wild parties.
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