Monument Mountain High School To Perform 'The Addams Family'

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GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — The Monument Mountain Regional High School theatre department announced the return of its annual musical after a hiatus of three years. 
 
The show is directed by Jolyn Unruh and assistant directed by Rachel Siegel. 
 
Actors include Zach Annand, Carlin Beacco, Kate Goble, Lucy Ernst, Gavin Santos, Teal Pratt, Nic Kierstead, Anika Thiemann, Sofia Adams, Aria Grossman, Niko Friedmutter, Sarah Cull, Tytiauna Wheeler, Coco Hartcorn, Madeleine Rocheleau Holmes, Isabella DeFelice, Hyatt Tucci, Owen McDougall, Rosie Dohoney, Noah Kramer, and Maddie Rundle, is designed by John Hartcorn and Annika Wainwright, and is stage managed by Paige Lussier and Eve McDougall. 
 
Performances take place on May 19, 20, 21 at 7:30pm and May 22 at 6pm at the Monument Mountain auditorium. Tickets are $12. Children are welcome. 

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Bidwell House Museum's Second Summer History Talk

MONTEREY, Mass. — Bidwell House Museum will be having its second history talk of the summer "Murder and Mercy on the Susquehanna: Captain Civility of Conestoga Teaches Pennsylvania Colonists New Principles of Justice" at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 9 at Tyringham Union Church with a Zoom option.
 
Pulitzer Prize winner and New York University Professor Nicole Eustacea will discuss a forgotten murder of a Seneca hunter near Conestoga, Pennsylvania by two white fur traders on the eve of a major treaty between Iroquois leaders and European colonists.
 
According to the press release, this attack set into motion a series of criminal investigations and cross-cultural negotiations that challenged the definition of justice in early America with lessons that remain relevant to debates about criminal justice reform today.
 
Tickets for members who wish to attend in-person cost $10 or $15 for non-members. The zoom option is free for members free or $10 for non-members $10.
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